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Materials related to the Rochester Area Colleges, a consortium of educational institutions in the Genesee Valley Area that was founded in 1970. The collection includes program brochures, correspondence, reports, fliers, and clippings.
Materials related to the Rochester Institute of Technology's (RIT) Activities Hour program during the 1960s. The program involved scheduled events such as orientation workshops, lectures, discussion groups, and guest speakers. The collection includes correspondence, schedules, and brochures.
Materials related to the Rochester Institute of Technology's North Star Center, renamed the Multicultural Center for Academic Success in 2010. The collection includes brochures, fliers, and an email announcement regarding the office and its activities.
Materials related to the Rochester Institute of Technology's Instructional Media Services department and its activities. The collection includes invitations to various events, informational brochures, and clippings.
Materials related to the Rochester Institute of Technology's (RIT) Media Production Center. The department provided media consultation, design, and production services to the RIT community. The collection includes promotional materials and reports.
The Graphic Arts Research Center (GARC) records contains brochures, publications, clippings related to, and produced by GARC, as well as the handwritten outline of the Graphic Arts Research Division from 1947. GARC was a division of the College of Graphic Arts and Photography at RIT.
Records related to research conducted at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). RIT is a large private institution focusing on research in a variety of technological fields. The collection includes annual reports, brochures and an event program.
The collection includes studies, reports, correspondence, and informative materials for international students at RIT. Also included are various documents from departments and organizations that serve RIT international students.