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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.
Minutes, publications, and annual reports of RIT Student Government.
Materials related to the Rochester Institute of Technology Support Staff Advisory Board. This was an organization formed in the late 1980's with the intent to offer professional development opportunities to RIT staff members. The collection includes correspondence, promotional materials, financial records, newsletter and meeting minutes, as well as other paper records.
Various records, correspondence, meeting minutes, announcements and newsletters related to the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) Women’s Caucus.
Records related to the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) Women's Network. The Women's Network was a group started in 1989 by Rhona Genzel. The collection contains correspondence, newletters, meeting minutes, membership directories, promotional flyers.
Records and documentation of diversity and pluralism at RIT.
Materials related to major Deaf organizations (1891-1994) and their accomplishments collected by NTID faculty member Stephen Aldersley.
Documents from the Rochester Institute of Technology's (RIT) Task Force on the 80s. The group was created in 1977 as part of RIT's reaccreditation process. The collection consists of correspondence, memoranda, meeting minutes, agendas, committee reports, and miscellaneous planning documents.
Papers from W. W. Charter's consulting project at the Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics Institute (renamed the Rochester Institute of Technology in 1944). Charters was invited by the Institute in 1928 to help the college reshape itself for the future, with particular emphasis on educational objectives and curriculum development. The collection contains correspondence, meeting minutes, research materials, reports, and clippings.
The Women’s Concerns Group was formed in September 1976 by a group of women faculty and staff at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). The collection contains correspondence, newsletters, meeting minutes and promotional flyers.