Resources for Parents & Families

Welcome Parents & Families

This page helps connect you to the resources on campus that you may need. We welcome and encourage you to become part of the RIT/NTID community. Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions.

Undergraduate Admissions

Learn more about the admissions process, request information or schedule a campus visit.

Campus Services

  • RIT Parent and Family Programs Office: Partners with parents and families to ensure that their students receive the information, support, and resources they need to be successful at RIT and beyond.
  • Barnes and Noble Bookstore: At the campus bookstore, we strive to offer students, faculty and staff a friendly and convenient atmosphere in a hassle-free manner.
  • Dining Services: Find out about meal plans and dining options.
  • Health Center: The Health Center provides medical and mental health services to all RIT/NTID students.
  • Housing Operations: Learn more about living on campus.
  • Registrar's Office: See the complete academic calendar and information about student records.
  • Public Safety: Important information on the safety and security of our campus and emergency phone numbers.

Support Services

Career Services

The NTID Center on Employment provides individualized services to assist students in developing and fulfilling their career objectives. 

Financial Services

Student Organizations

Student interest and involvement is an essential element of campus life at RIT/NTID. We have more than 200 clubs and organizations, as well as individual opportunities for students to get involved.


Find the date, time, and other details about Commencement, including area accommodations, commencement speaker and more.


Buy tickets or check out the latest athletic news for the Tigers.

Brick City Homecoming

Each fall, students and families come together for Brick City Homecoming, a weekend of campus activities.

Raising and Educating a Deaf Child

Find advice from international experts about choices and decisions faced by parents of deaf and hard-of-hearing children.