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| The university is good overall. I find quality help hard to come by sometimes. The schools positives are the co-op program, facilities, and reputation. Cons would be lack of real world application through first two years, student services is often non existent, and no real school spirit. |
|Nov 06 2013|| 1st Year Male --
Class 2017 |
| Besides the reputation, I can't think of any reason to recommend RIT. They have a great co-op program, but it's 100% you. Many students don't get co-ops when they need them, and the inflexible class schedules really throw off your plan of study. Of course there's SOME great teachers, but this is true of anywhere. |
|Aug 19 2013|| 5th Year Male --
Class 2015 |
-The campus is very very very nice. Everything (or everything that is used) is almost brand new. The facilities and labs are kept up very well especially for science students.
-The food on campus is also fairly good. I always hear about other people complain and say they hate their schools food but that is not the case here. Everybody eats on campus regularly regardless of what year you are in. There is a lot of variety.
-The gym and fitness center is amazing and they offer a ton of great recreational activities.
-I do feel like I am learning a lot of useful information here. Not just busy-work. I am definitely confident I will be able to find a job after graduation easily.
-The social life is not the best. Don't get me wrong, you can always find a party to go to if you know the right people but the parties aren't always the best. They are very rarely like what you expect college parties to be like or what you see in movies. There are a ton of awkward/weird kid at RIT, but you don't really notice it once you're out of class because they mostly stay in their rooms
-The parking on campus is terrible. You might not think this is a big deal until you go to do it. You have to park so far away to get anywhere on campus which is miserable in the cold windy winters.-Not all, but some of the teachers are terrible. They are clearly all very smart, but some are too smart to be able to even teach students on our level.
|Aug 14 2013|| 2nd Year Female --
Class 2016 |