Higher Education Incentive

You can support any of the scholarships listed below via the Online Gift form. If you are interested in establishing a named scholarship fund in honor or memory of someone, please contact Bryan Hensel.

Established by the parents of Paul Urich to perpetuate his memory and his love of the field of architecture by providing financial assistance to deaf and/or hard-of-hearing students enrolled in the CAD Technology program with a concentration in architecture, who intend to transfer into baccalaureate degree program in Science, Technology, Engineering, or Mathematics (STEM) program at RIT. First preference will be given to hard-of-hearing students in good academic standing who demonstrate financial need to be able to complete their education.

Established in 1995 through a commitment from Donald and Jane Pulver and family to NTID's Fulfilling the Promise campaign. Jane Pulver is deaf, and because of her special appreciation for the integration of deaf and hearing students at RIT, this scholarship benefits deaf students enrolled in one of the other colleges of RIT in pursuit of a bachelor's or master's degree.

Established in 1987 by RIT from proceeds raised at a testimonial dinner celebrating Congressman Horton's 25 years of service in the U.S. House of Representatives to extend scholarship support to RIT students through these funds: 1) graduate students; 2) hearing RIT undergraduate students; and 3) undergraduate deaf students at RIT.

Established in February 2008, The Warren R. Goldmann Endowed Scholarship Fund will provide scholarship aid to an eligible deaf or hard-of-hearing NTID- sponsored student who is admitted to and matriculating in an undergraduate Sciences, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics (STEM) program at Rochester Institute of Technology.

Established in 1977 by Maxine and RIT Trustee Maurice Forman, to provide an incentive to NTID students to pursue baccalaureate degrees in RIT professional programs.