Meet Anna L.
Virtual Tours by Students
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Okay, Hydrate or died right on my right. Hi, guys. I'm Anna. Welcome. Glad you're here. So I decided to start making some videos just to share my experience as a student here at Rochester Institute of Technology. So I'll just be sharing parts of my daily life, answering questions, all that fun stuff so you can have a little bit of a better understanding of what it is like to be a student here. So who am I? A little bit about me. I am from Chester County, Pennsylvania, which is about 45 minutes outside of Philadelphia. So it's about a 5 to 6-ish hour drive up here to Henrietta for me, depending on how many times I stop for food. So I've been studying photography, specifically photojournalism, and also minoring in political science. So I've taken a lot of different classes through the College of Liberal Arts, and the College of Art and Design. I'm a 4th year student, which means I've been here since the fall of 2017, which feels like ages ago. And I'm graduating in May of this year, so I'll be graduating in about 15 weeks, which is super exciting and also frightening. And also sad because I'll be leaving this place. But we're not gonna talk about that right now. We are living in the moment, not thinking about that yet. So I've gotten to be involved in so many different things.Here at RIT from performing arts, to new student orientation, to professional organizations, to Greek Life, so many different things. I'm also a student ambassador, which means that if you ever come up to campus for a tour, I could be the one giving it. So here's some quick things if you don't know too much about RIT allready. So we have 11 different colleges. So we have the College of Engineering, and the College of Engineering Technology, the College of Computing and Information Sciences, the College of Art and Design, the College of Health Sciences of Technology, the College of Science, the School of Individualized Study, the Institute for Sustainability, the National Technical Institute for the Deaf and the College of Business. Am I missing anything else? And liberal arts. There it is. It's a lot. So, currently our population is about 18.6k students, so we're a little bit of bigger school. We're the third largest STEM program in the country, which is really awesome. And we have over 300 different clubs and organizations on campus. So there's always, always stuff to do, so yeah, Hopefully, as we spend a little bit more time together, you'll get a feel for why I love being here so much. So yeah. That's all I have to say for now. I hope you are happy and healthy, wherever you are and whatever you are doing right now.