Winter Break Guide
The university will be closed beginning at 2 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 23, 2021 and will re-open on Monday, Jan. 3, 2022. View the Winter Break Guide for information about campus programs, service schedules, dining location hours, travel information, and things to do in the area.
Disability Leadership and Scholarship Program
This program aims to recruit 10 incoming RIT students who self-identify as members of the Disability and/or Deaf community, and who demonstrate strong leadership skills and commitment to equity and justice for the Disability community.
To protect the safety of our staff, students, and faculty, all meetings with the Disability Services Office are virtual, unless noted otherwise. We are available both in the office and virtually each weekday between 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Please contact the office at [email protected].
For more information regarding critical accessibility considerations for students and faculty in the transition to alternative modes of course delivery, visit our COVID-19 Accessibility FAQs.
Masks can make it hard for everyone to communicate.
Now you can use TigerChat to converse with another person or group using automatic speech recognition (ASR) technology and typing. RIT Wellness service providers are equipped and ready to use the TigerChat App to help eliminate communication barriers with the RIT Community.
The MyDSO portal allows for easy, centralized access to accessibility and accommodation information for students registered with the Disability Services Office and the faculty who support them.
Student Portal Faculty Portal Apply for Accommodations
Prospective students considering RIT who have not yet been admitted, or admitted students who do not have an RIT email account yet, can request information about Disability Services.
The Disability Services Office recognizes students’ right to confidentiality regarding disability-related information. Maintaining confidentiality is crucial to fulfill our legal obligations and to create an environment where students feel respected, protected, and able to practice self-determination.