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Share! Announce! Get Noticed!

Are you looking to raise awareness for your club's or your personal Saunders activities? Get noticed! Utilize the options listed below to stand out and build your brand. Please submit your materials, specifying which options you are interested in utilizing, or inquire for more details by emailing us at

Saunders Event Calendar

Submit your events to appear on the Saunders College Events Calendar. Please include any event specifics including title, date, times, contact and description, along with any additional details to be included.

Saunders Atrium Monitors

Get your announcement on Saunders Atrium Monitors in Lowenthal Hall. Announcements may be modified as needed. Please note the following specifications when submitting artwork:

  • When submitting artwork, please indicate preferred dates to be published.
  • Screen dimensions are 1920 x 1080. Artwork using other dimensions can be submitted but may not appear optimally.
  • Graphic formats that can be accepted: JPEG, GIF, PNG, PDF.
  • You may submit any questions by email prior to submitting your artwork.

Computer Lab Desktop Wallpaper

Get your promotion on Saunders computer lab screens. Please refer to the specifications outlined for Saunders Atrium Monitors above for optimal viewing.

Saunders College Bulletin Boards

Signs may be posted at one of the three bulletin boards within Saunders College main building, Lowenthal Hall (building 12). These are located in the Zutes Atrium, Vending Area, and on the First Floor by the elevator. Please review Posting Policy for Public Areas for Saunders.

Additional promotional options are available to RIT Clubs at The Link.

Social Media Directory

Check out the Saunders Social Media Directory. Many social media channels are available to help you promote your Saunders activities.

News and Media Coverage

Pitch us your story or story ideas for inclusion on the Saunders News page, or share your press coverage on our Media Coverage page.

Email Saunders College of Business Students

  1. No attachments are allowed. All graphics must be embedded in the body of the email. Emails should be <600 KB.
  2. Unless the event has arranged for an interpreter, the initial announcement should be at least 2 weeks prior to the event.  This will allow our deaf and HOH students to arrange to have an interpreter present.
  3. The name and email of a contact person needs to be included in the email.  This will allow students to reach out for questions, and ensure accountability
  4. We do not email information regarding class projects, or surveys. 
  5. Please specify if you wish to send to:
    • All, graduate, or undergraduate students
    • A specific Saunders program(s)
  6. Please send student email requests directly to
  • 08/10/2020
    COVID-19 has challenged the university to consider an even more creative academic portfolio with blended, online, split A/B, and flex class options. To prepare for in-person instruction, RIT has upgraded academic buildings and classrooms. And physical distancing and face coverings, required of faculty and students in classrooms, together provide some of the greatest protection against the spread of COVID-19.
  • 08/07/2020
    RIT is developing an alert system that systematically defines levels of COVID-19 prevalence and transmission risk within our community. Each level will be associated with predetermined actions aimed at reducing risk during the coronavirus pandemic.
  • 08/03/2020
    The unexpected transition to remote learning during the spring semester challenged faculty across RIT to experiment, create, and deploy new methods of instruction to ensure student success. As the university gears up for in-person and online classes—or a combination of both—faculty members are applying a wide range of lessons learned from the spring to keep academic momentum moving forward in the fall.
  • 07/24/2020
    RIT is requiring all students, faculty, and staff to monitor their health for COVID-19 symptoms. The new policy will help protect the health and safety of the community at RIT and in the Greater Rochester area during the ongoing pandemic. Starting July 27, the university will launch the RIT Daily Health Screen website and call-in option.
  • 07/27/2020
    Saunders professor, Dr. Steven Carnovale, talked to 13WHAM's Andrew Banas regarding the supply chain shortage.
  • 07/09/2020
    Dr. Steven Carnovale, Assistant Professor of Supply Chain Management (SCM) at Rochester Institute of Technology's Saunders College of Business, and his colleagues were highlighted for their research with the Logistics Manager's Index (LMI) for the supply chain.
  • 07/07/2020
    Assistant Professor of Supply Chain Management (SCM) at Rochester Institute of Technology’s Saunders College of Business, Dr. Steven Carnovale, is bringing expert insights on the supply chain with colleagues through the Logistics Manager's Index (LMI).
  • 06/15/2020

    RIT undergrad, Wendy Mertz, steps into vice president position following the retirement of Page Petry, chief IT officer, Americas, for Marriott International.

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