Success Stories

Meet a few of the students, alumni, faculty and staff who have found success at RIT/NTID.


This interpreting major's interest in sign language began at home in Louisville, Kentucky. more
This MIS major combines his love of technology with the social and people skills he developed in leadership experiences in NTID student government. more
This fourth-year Graphic Design student has a love for writing and graphic design and an obsession with typography. more
This outgoing young man says a vibrant student life on campus was an important factor in his decision to choose RIT. more
A love of math and numbers is the reason why Ashleen Evans is pursuing a degree in Accounting. more


Trumble might well be defined as "The Renaissance Man." more
“I learned how to be approachable and to be fearless, and I learned how to keep my deaf identity in a hearing world.” more
Allen, who now lives in Hatboro, Pa., graduated from RIT’s College of Liberal Arts in 2004 with a bachelor’s degree in Psychology—Human Growth and Development. more
Ask 10 different people what their dream job is and you’ll get 10 different answers. For Michael Anthony, it’s summed up in one word: Microsoft. more
RIT/NTID alumnus Anthony Napoli shares his philosophy on choices, karma and working at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. more


Erin Kane understands the importance of getting prospective deaf and hard-of-hearing students to visit campus. more
Read how Gil Beverly went from being a duplicate press operator to teaching RIT/NTID students for 21 years. more
This St. Croix, Virgin Islands, native, who was born deaf, has worked at RIT/NTID since 2004 and enjoys the fast-paced nature of his position. more
It only took one quarter as an adjunct professor at RIT to convince Smith to pursue teaching full-time. more
Aaron led a diversified career before settling in as program director for NTID's Performing Arts program. more