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RIT American College of Management and Technology collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: RITArc-0580

Scope and Contents

There is one folder containing 3 pieces; two are marketing brochures for ACMT, and the other is an invitation to the dedication ceremony of a new building for ACMT on September 23, 2005.

American College of Management and Technology collection media:

Tape #1 -
Tape #2 -
"Awards - Nino; Red Carpet - Theatre DBV, Awards - Theatre DBV"
Tape #3 -
"Grupa; Academic Apeal(?) - Profesdri(?), Interview - Profesors, Leaving - Profesors"
Tape #4 -
"Promociia M-1, 6th annual commencement - original"
Tape #5 -
"ACMT - PAL; Dubrovnik, 26' 20" - ACMT, 68 ACMT - Tambo Band - Old Town"
Unnumbered tape -
"ACMT. CA-03; CA-Hotel Excelsior, 03 - Priprema, Pocetak(?), Prezentacya(?)"
Unnumbered tape -
"2002-2003; Grad.....[illegible]"
VHS tape -
"ACMT Destination Marketing, 'The Blaise Awards,' Dubrovnik May 15, 2003"
VHS tape -
"ACMT 5th Annual Commencement, June 1, 2003"
Sony Betacam -
"ACMT 2001, Nino Agresta"
"9th ACMT Annual Commencement, June 3, 2007"


  • Creation: circa 2000-2003


Conditions Governing Access

This collection is open to researchers.

Biographical / Historical

Established in Dubrovnik 1997, RIT Croatia (formerly called the American College of Management and Technology (ACMT) initially offered a four year undergraduate program in international hospitality and service management. Faculty from RIT’s School of Hospitality and Service Management regularly spent full quarters teaching in Croatia.

The Croatian government, looking to rebuild following the devastating 1991-1995 civil war resulting from the disintegration of the former Yugoslavia, approached RIT about opening a school with an American model of education. “When two members of the Croatian Ministry of Science, Education and Technology visited RIT in the mid ’90s, we assumed they would be most interested in our programs in information technology, telecommunications or engineering technology,” says Stanley McKenzie, former RIT provost. “At the end of their visit, to our surprise, we were informed the quickest jump start to the Croatian economy would be in tourism management, since the Dalmatian Coast had been the prime vacation spot for south-central Europe before the war in the Balkans.” Retrieved July 24, 2015

In 2011, a campus was opened in the capital city of Zagreb, offering undergraduate degrees in information technology and international business and a graduate degree in service leadership and innovation targeting working professionals. In fall 2013, the Zagreb campus moved to 13,000 square feet of new space as part of a new commercial and residential development in Novi (New) Zagreb, an expanding area in the capital city.

“With the opening of the Zagreb campus, a decision was made to change ACMT to RIT Croatia to reflect the more substantial presence of the university. In 2015 RIT Croatia offers three undergraduate programs: International Hospitality and Service Management (Dubrovnik), International Business (Zagreb) and Information Technology (Dubrovnik and Zagreb); and one Master of Science program in Service Leadership and Innovation (Zagreb).


.75 Linear Feet (1 document box; 1 bag)




Eleven videos in multiple formats contain recordings of RIT Croatia (formerly known as American College of Management and Technology) commencement ceremonies between 2000-2007. The collection also includes an official ACMT post-it note holder and some paper records.


Tapes are arranged by their format.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Some, if not all of the mini digital video cassettes and the VHS tape are in PAL or Phase Alternating Line format used in many countries. May need to be converted to NTSC in order to be viewed.

Physical Location

C.S. South, East Wall, Shelf 76 (ephemera)

C.S. North 230 (media and records)

Related Materials

Processing Information

Finding aid created by Jody Sidlauskas in March 2015.

RITs American College of Management and Technology collection
RIT Archives
Jody Sidlauskas
23 March 2015
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Repository Details

Part of the RIT Archives Repository

Rochester NY 14623 USA