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Materials related to the development and construction of the Rochester Institute of Technology's (RIT) campus in Henrietta, NY. RIT relocated its campus from downtown Rochester to the suburbs of Henrietta in 1968. The collection includes documents related to the college's move such as correspondence, meeting minutes, preliminary reports, and clippings.
Compilation of administration, faculty, staff and student critiques of RIT in 1959.
This collection includes records such as correspondence, promotions, clippings and reports related to the history of student housing at RIT, both on the downtown campus and at the Henrietta campus.
Papers of Charles G. Edwards who graduated from the Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics Institute (RAMI) in 1937. The collection includes test reports, course books, and miscellaneous printed material during the years Edwards was at RAMI.
Documents from Reno Antonietti's time working at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). Antonietti served in various capacities at RIT including as Vice President for Academic and Computing Services. The collection contains administrative reports for the university, as well as materials related to RIT's acquisition of Eisenhower College such as correspondence, meeting minutes, petitions to the state, and clippings.
Diplomas and certificates that were issued by the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) or its predecessors. The collection includes course completion certificates, college diplomas, merit and service awards, and membership certificates. Many of these items are blank copies. There are also several diplomas from other institutions that were awarded to prominent members of the RIT community.
This collection consists of RIT’s VATEA records. The Carl D. Perkins Vocational and Technical Education Act (also known as VATEA or the Perkins Act) is an allocation of federal funds awarded to the Department of Education. This collection includes correspondence, reports, forms, amendment proposals, and agreements.
A scrapbook documenting the activities of the RIT Physics Department during the 1976/77 academic year. The book contains photographs, articles, invitations, event announcements and department annual report.
The Collection of RIT Land Use Studies contain two studies of the land that comprises RIT’s Henrietta campus. One study, “RIT Master Plan Land Use Study” assesses the usage of land at the Henrietta campus in 1975. The other study, “RIT Land Use Study Update”, reassesses the “RIT Master Plan Land Use Study” and focuses on long range planning in 1987.
RIT Greatness Through Difference: 2015-2025 Strategic Plan outlines RIT's strategic goals and programmatic emphasis for the ten years.