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The Rochester Institute of Technology Business School

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I transferred to Rochester Institute of Technology fromQuite BrightBusiness - Management and Administration
I transferred to Rochester Institute of Technology from a small school in Ohio with 1,300 students. There is a huge difference between the two schools, but I can safely say that RIT is better than the smaller school for the majority of the aspects of college.

RIT is a big school: you can walk down campus and see a few people you know, but overall you won't recognize everyone you see.

Depending on your major, the academic buildings really vary from phenominal to crap. As a business major, it's concerning to see the three story shit building that I take courses in, compared to some other colleges. I do not believe my academics have suffered because of it, but when you see other buildings with cafe's and deli's inside, and the Saunders College of Business has one vending machine, it's quite frustrating.

I myself am in a sorority, and I find myself friends with a majority of Greek Life. Greeks are the most active members of campus, many of them participate in vast amounts of clubs and organizations outside of Greek Life. I love the Greek Life at RIT, and I believe that it improves RIT campus life.

Compared to my old school, RIT's food is fantastic. They have a huge variety, and have so many different kinds of cafe's, food, markets, and stores all over campus. I absolutely love the options, as I can find candy, food, snacks, meals, frozen food, groceries, and more just on campus. Many schools do not offer such variety.

Yes, RIT is expensive, but when it's a matter of $5,000 more a year compared to other schools, how can you sufficiently compare the costs when you're paying similiar loan payments post-college? This school is very vigorous, yet rewarding. I trust that I will find a career outside of RIT that suits my needs. For the Rochester area, it is comparable to U of R, and sized better than all schools in Rochester.

If you want to go to RIT for liberal arts, engineering, technology, arts, and designs, I would definitely recommend it. Frankly, as business major, I do not see a reason for a student to go to RIT. You might as well go to a school that specializes in your major and interests. The school may be 60% boys and 40% girls but you don't notice it as drastically as you might think. Some classes are majority boys, but it doesn't really change the school experience. Girls and guys still have standards with each other, and I do not believe guys will settle for 'worse' girls because there are less options.

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RIT is a cold place and I'm notSuper BrilliantBusiness - Management and Administration
RIT is a cold place and I'm not talking just about the weather. There is noting to do in rochester if you are not into hanging outside in the snow and freeze to death.

If you like to stay indoors for months at a time and hardly see the sun, go there. The summers were nice, but who honestly goes to school during the summer?

Oh yeah, since there is noting to do outside students stay inside and drink and do drugs.Good luck.

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