College students -- New York (State) -- Rochester
Found in 95 Collections and/or Records:
Press releases and fliers announcing events for African American, Hispanic American, and Native American students on the Rochester Institute of Technology's campus. Most of the events were sponsored by the Office of Minority Student Affairs.
Annette Shapiro Blanchard photographs of RIT are fifteen photographs documenting student life at RIT in the late 1950's.
Complete contents of student Barbi Brill's photographic printing lab book for 1953-54 created by RIT photography professors Leslie D. Stroebel and Donald L. Smith. The lab book includes sample work, lab reports, comments and grades by the instructors.
Records of the Rochester Institute of Technology's Black Awareness Coordinating Committee. The organization was formed in 1969 to provide a community for minority students on campus. The collection includes historical information, program announcements, newsletters, financial records, governance documents, clippings, and other related material.
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.
Materials related to student activities during the 1950's at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). The collection includes a copy of a sorority constitution, a fraternity pledge card, memorabilia from RIT sponsored dances, and sweater letter from the cheerleading squad.
David Farnsworth collection on Eisenhower College contains student and staff directories, newsletters, student publications, course catalogues, alumni documents, planning documents, various programs and pamphlets, and a few objects. Mr. Farnsworth was a professor at Eisenhower College before coming to RIT.
T-shirts from FVASA, the Film Video Animation Student Association at RIT.
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.
Records of the Henry Lomb Society, an organization started in 1916 as an early honor society at the Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics Institute. The collection includes various organizational documents such as the group's constitution and by-laws, memoranda, and speech transcripts, as well as newspaper clippings related to the organization's activities.