Schedules (time plans)
Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
Imagine RIT Innovation and Creativity Festival planning and promotional materials
Imagine RIT Innovation and Creativity Festival promotional and planning materials include t-shirts, brochures, and other items regarding the festival. Each year memorabilia is added to this collection.
Office of the Registrar records
Collection of documents related to registrar and registration including schedules, policies updates, orientation week committee meetings, and various papers from 1957 to 1990. It also includes two different student identification cards from 1965 and 1966.
RIT Academic Support Center records
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.
RIT Activities Hour Program collection
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.
RIT After 4:30 fliers
Fliers from the Rochester Institute of Technology's (RIT) After 4:30 program. The fliers include schedules of upcoming events for the program.
RIT College of Fine and Applied Arts records
RIT Energy Policy records
These are the records of the Institute Energy Policy enacted by the Rochester Institute of Technology in the early 1980's. The policy was planned to reduce campus energy consumption by 20% by 1985. These records consist of the policy guidelines, as well as related correspondence.
RIT Henrietta Campus Dedication records and plaque
RIT Instructional Television Center records
Records of the Rochester Institute of Technology's (RIT) Instructional Television Center. Created during the 1960s, the Television Center created, produced, and broadcasted educational television programs for the students and faculty at RIT's campus. The collection contains correspondence, meeting minutes, program schedules, promotional materials, and clippings.