RIT Archive Collections  and the RIT Museum provide the university community with the means to comprehend the institution’s rich and complex history, showcase our art programs through the university art collection, and highlight RIT’s central role in educating the deaf and hard of hearing in the United States.
The RIT Museum, established in 2006, is a permanent space for major exhibits related to the university. The RIT Gallery for History and Art, located on the first floor of the library, features smaller exhibits of interest to the RIT community.
Brief descriptions of all the collections are available on this site. Any individual with an interest in the collections is encouraged to contact the archives staff who will assist you in any inquiry.