Information & Services for Graduate Students: Start

This guide provides one place for graduate students to locate information on research, training opportunities, thesis & dissertation support, and much more.
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Graduate Study Center

The Office of Graduate Education and the Wallace Center have partnered to provide a dedicated space for graduate students to study and write.  The Graduate Study Center is located in 1470 Wallace and is available during the following hours on days when classes are in session:

Sundays 11:00am - Mondays 3:00am

Mondays 5:00pm - Tuesdays 3:00am

Tuesdays 5:00pm - Wednesdays 3:00am

Wednesdays 5:00pm - Thursdays 3:00am

Thursdays 5:00pm - Fridays 3:00am

Fridays 5:00pm - Midnight (Saturdays 12:00am)

Saturdays 10:00am - Midnight (Sundays 12:00am)

Note: The room will not be available during RIT scheduled breaks, and for special events as posted

Study Room Reservations

Graduate students without an office may want to use the library's study rooms.  You may reserve library study rooms using RIT's Events Management System.

Start With Your Librarian

Each college at RIT has a representative librarian - begin your library research experience by getting to know your librarian.  The librarians are available to offer you detailed assistance with your literature review and research in support of your thesis, capstone, project, dissertation, or portfolio.

Click the logo image below to meet YOUR librarian!

Library Services

If you are a new graduate student, please familiarize yourself with some of our services via our Graduate Student welcome brochure

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Use of RIT resources is reserved for current RIT students, faculty and staff for academic and teaching purposes only.
Please contact your librarian with any questions.

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