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This collection accrues materials from RIT's student-run theater and drama clubs. It includes administrative and financial documents, correspondence, playbills, promotional materials, rehearsal schedules, advertising, scrapbook, and clippings.
Materials related to the Reading Laboratory at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) and its activities. The Lab was established in 1953 to provide reading instruction to the students of the school, as well as the surrounding community. The collection consists mostly of correspondence and promotional materials such as brochures, but also includes a program proposal.
The collection includes various documents, clippings, publications, committee reports, program proposals, correspondence, financial records and grant proposals all related to the School of Applied Industrial Studies at RIT. This collection spans from 1971-1988.
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.
Various clippings, correspondence, promotions and dining guides related to the history of RIT’s Department of Food Service.
Materials related to the College of Graphic Arts and Photography (CGAP), which was a precursor to the College of Imaging Arts and Sciences. The collection includes information about the college, correspondence, clippings, a strategic plan, published materials by the college, and other related papers.
Records from and about RIT’s College of Science includes correspondence, course offerings, policies and procedures, newspaper clippings, course manuals and VHS videotape.
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.
A collection of eight audiocassette tapes documenting the speeches of Robert McFarlane who visited RIT in 1986 and twice in 1987 as the William A. Kern Professor in Communications. Also included in the collection is correspondence, clippings, and articles about his lectures.
The collection contains a history of NJ-NY (New Jersey New York) Phone - TTY (Teletypewriter) Inc., its by-laws, various letters requesting donations, and meeting minutes for the organization.