|College of Applied Science and Technology|
|Dean||H. Fred Walker|
|Senior Associate Dean||Linda Tolan|
|Associate Dean||Maureen Valentine|
|Associate Dean of Undergraduate Academic Affairs||Sean Bennett|
|Percent of RIT Population||11.5%|
|Buildings||Engineering Technology Hall, George Eastman Hall, Lewis P. Ross Hall, Louise Slaughter Hall|
The College of Applied Science and Technology (CAST) is a RIT college.
Founded in 1973, CAST houses the School of Engineering Technology and the School of International Hospitality and Service Innovation. It is known throughout the RIT, national, and international communities as THE place of choice for an education that embraces the integration of “hands-on learning” and application with a firm grounding in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) subjects. They have an outstanding faculty and staff, world class facilities and equipment, innovative curricula, and an infrastructure and campus that support unparalleled academic experiences. Academic experiences occur inside and outside the classroom, academically and socially, and personally and professionally.
It was a merger from the already existing School of Applied Science, Department of Computer Science and Technology, Department of Packaging Science, and the Center for Community/Junior College Relations.
The College of Applied Science and Technology offers the following programs:
The College of Continuing Education (abbreviation: CCE) was a previous college at RIT that was absorbed into the Center for Multidisciplinary Studies and the College of Applied Science and Technology in 1996.
|1973-1980||Roy I. Satre, Jr.||Dean|
|1980-1983||Dennis C. Nystrom||Dean|
|1983-1988||Donald D. Baker||Dean|
|2006-2008||Carol Richardson||Interim Dean|
|2008-Present||H. Fred Walker||Dean|