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Art & Design Department
Feb 09 2015
Do not go to RIT if you plan to become an art major. There are better art schools out there.
Attend RIT if you plan to be a biology or engineer. That's what the school is known for anyway.
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Electrical Engineering
Jan 26 2015
If you are looking for film/animation and engineering, you came to the right school. Hardworking for sure, and if you stay afloat you will do well
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Chemical Engineering
Aug 08 2014
I did well in school and I scored well on my ACT.
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Biology
Jul 19 2014
If you want to make a lot of money after graduating and are into the STEM fields you should definitely go to RIT. There are parties and drugs if you are into that sort of thing. There is gaming and anime if you are into that sort of thing. Basically you can find a lot of friends whether you're a party animal or a nerd.
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