Rochester Institute of Technology1 Lomb Memorial Dr, Rochester, United States
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About Rochester Institute of Technology
Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) is a private doctoral co-ed school located in Henrietta in the Rochester, New York metropolitan area. The institution is reputed for its fine arts programs which are consistently ranked among the national "Top 10" by the U.S. News & World Report.
Rochester Institute of Technology is a full-fledged research university whose campus spans 1,300 acres. The campus has picturesque natural surroundings made up of woodland and freshwater swamp. The diverse wetland is home to some of the rarest plant species. The campus (nicknamed by students as "Brick City"), spells a distinct architectural style having been constructed with over 15 million bricks.
RIT is outstanding in its own simple ways. For instance, in 2009, the Sustainable Endowments Institute named the institute's campus as a "Campus Sustainability Leader". The private university sets the pace in offering an expansive education program. The prominent institution also places more than 4,000 graduates with over 2,200 employers across the globe and country.
Outside of class, students of Rochester Institute of Technology can join any of the institute's 24 athletic teams, explore the over 300 clubs or join the 29 Greek chapters. RIT also boasts international campuses in Croatia, China, Dubai and Kosovo. The institute is ranked #36 America's Best Mid-size Employers category.
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