Tiger Walk 2014!

First-year students make their way to the Gordon Field House for Convocation. more

Welcome SVP 2014

Nearly 220 students arrived on campus on August 12 to attend SVP, an orientation program for RIT/NTID students. more

New Signers Program

Newly accepted deaf and hard-of-hearing students with little or no skills in ASL participated in NSP. more

Following His Passion

Daniel Latimer has collected as many skills and lab techniques as possible in his “tool belt.” more

The Right Fit

Read about Duncan and meet other students who found that RIT is the right fit for them. more

A Unique College.

A Superior Education.

Deaf and hard-of-hearing students at RIT/NTID receive a world-class private university education at a public college price, unparalleled educational support services, dynamic academic programs that reflect the needs of the marketplace, and unmatched support in starting a career.

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In the Spotlight

Franly Ulerio Nunez, a student in the Laboratory Science Technology program, presented at the 2014 National Meeting of the American Chemical Society in San Francisco. More

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