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Student Activities at Saunders

Student Organizations play an important role in student life and in what Saunders College of Business has to offer. Student organizations can help you develop leadership skills, provide networking opportunities, enhance your education outside of the classroom, and strengthen your communication between faculty, staff, and other students.

Saunders Clubs & Activities

Listed below are the various Saunders College of Business organizations in which students may participate. For a full listing of all 200+ RIT clubs please visit RIT Organizations at The Link

Entrepreneurship Activities 

Get involved in one of the countless entrepreneurial experiences available for all RIT students. Opportunities range from clubs, research, housing, projects and more. Check out some of the options available through the RIT Centers.

Simone Center for Student Innovation and Entrepreneurship


Viewed as a national leader in multi-disciplinary and experiential education in the areas of innovation and entrepreneurship, the Simone Center provides countless Entrepreneurial opportunities for you to get involved. From conceptualizing a new business based on an idea, to finding advise and funding to grow an existing project, the Simone Center can help you achieve your goals. The list of programs and events available through the Simone Center are endless. 

RIT MAGIC Center


Designed to bridge the gap between research and prototyping, the RIT MAGIC Center provides the ability to bring industry polish and commercial scale and support to myriad projects. It is a university wide, multi- and cross-disciplinary center in which faculty, staff, and student researchers, artists, and practitioners come together to create, contextualize, and apply new knowledge in a multitude of related fields and disciplines.

Campus Activities

The opportunities to engage on campus are endless. If you want to get a job on campus, the Student Employment Office can help you find a job that fits your interests. If you’re looking to break a sweat in-between studying for exams, the Student Life Center or intramural sports teams and wellness courses may be what you’re looking for. RIT’s Center for Campus Life has something for everyone.