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Records of the Rochester Institute of Technology's Freshman Council. The organization was started in 1963 and disbanded in 1970. The collection includes correspondence, governance documents, meeting minutes, and annual reports.
Records of the Free University, formed at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) in 1970. The school was started as a way for individuals to learn in an "unstructured and unrestricted" environment. The collection includes an annual report, goals and objectives, correspondence, course descriptions, and promotional materials.
Materials related to the Rochester Institute of Technology's Academic Support Center and its activities. The office provides academic and remedial support services to students at the university. The collection includes correspondence, schedules, newsletters, promotional materials, annual reports, clippings, and other related material.
The collection includes materials related to the College of Engineering (COE) at RIT, including correspondence, clippings as well as materials from Engineers’ Council for Professional Development and other related materials. Also included is a 1987 COE alumni directory, and records about the Center for Quality and Applied Statistics.
Correspondence, annual reports, and promotional materials from the Rochester Institute of Technology's Ombud's office.
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.
The RIT Phi Sigma Kappa Fraternity records contain by-laws, promotional materials, correspondence, reports, event pamphlets and alumni directories, as well as newsletters of the Phi Sigma Kappa Fraternity chapter at RIT. This collection includes information about the fraternity, ranging from the chartering of the Upsilon Tetarton chapter of Phi Sigma Kappa in 1960 to the early 1990s. A majority of the contents in this collection document RIT's Phi Sigma Kappa Fraternity from 1958-1970.
The Student Affairs Division at the Rochester Institute of Technology is an administrative unit that serves to coordinate the programs, activities, and facilities that support the personal, social, and academic needs of RIT students. The RIT Student Affairs records include a variety of documentation such as program review reports, meeting minutes, publications, correspondence, and promotional materials. There is also a collection of t-shirts from Student Affairs events.
This collection contains materials related to Harold Kentner’s career with the College of Continuing Education (CCE) and RIT's Evening School; the introduction and development of the National Technical Institute for the Deaf; and the community outreach of Assistant Dean of the Extended Services Division of CCE at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). Included are annual reports, correspondence, photographs, RIT publications and clippings relating to these subjects.