Rochester Institute of Technology Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (14)
RIT is a wonderful school to attend if you know what you want to do for a career. Each program prepares you with an opportunity to co-op or have work experience in your field. The specificity of the programs/ majors make finding a job after graduation much easier. RIT is a well respected university.
Excellent science college, engineering and computer systems colleges. Nerdy culture and made for those who know what they want for a major and are willing to work for it.
The co-op program is awesome. Half the professors are awful, the other half are somewhere between ok and awesome
Great school with more financial aid than SUNY schools. Focus on science and research, so if you want to go into direct practice and not graduate school, more clinical programs at other schools would be better. Overall, good faculty, staff, program.
RIT is a great school for the technology sector. Many of my friends are highly successful in their engineering or computer related fields. Career suppirt for my major left something to be desired. Great hockey atmosphere too!
It's a great place for professional studies.The College of Engineering is also a good place to start working in the area of research.
RIT is a great school with excellent professors. RIT offers programs which include co-op (work) blocks so that students can graduate with work experience to overcome the most common hurdle a graduate has, lack of experience.
Rit seemed to care less about students the longer I was there. Class sizes kept increasing
If you are interested in psychology and research or psych and going to grad school, this is the school for you. If you're looking for psychology and going into some sort of human services field, there are a lot cheaper schools that will give you a better experience.
Was fast paced which worked well for me to not get bored with classes. The depth was maybe not perfect due to the pace but the skills I learned in order to keep up/do well have been more valuable to me in my job than the exact nature of what I learned. The mandatory co-op/intern system helped me choose what field of engineering I wanted to pursue.