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What is CampusGroups?

RIT CampusGroups, a student engagement tool utilized by the Division of Student Affairs at RIT, is supported by Assessment, Technology, and Communications. CampusGroups can be used to help Student Affairs recognized student groups and departments promote on campus events and programs, communicate with members of their group, track attendance, collect information through forms, and much more. In addition, CampusGroups provides a platform for students to:

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  • Search for clubs and events

  • Promote events

  • Keep track of events and sync them to their calendar

  • Easily check-in at events

  • Share updates and photos

  • Check the latest news from their group or organization

  • Connect with classmates

  • Register for events

  • Purchase tickets for events

  • And much more!


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CampusGroups Status

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CampusGroups Training Schedule

During every fall and spring semester we host a series of training sessions covering the various functionalities of CampusGroups. Trainings are open to all RIT faculty, staff and student employees who use CampusGroups as a part of their job, even if you do not work directly within Student Affairs. Every session is open to all skill levels, but if you have never used CampusGroups or are just getting started we highly recommend you attend one of the "CampusGroups Basics" sessions first. These beginner trainings are held at the beginning and midpoint of each semester.

For our current training schedule, please visit our CampusGroups page.

Who can use CampusGroups?

CampusGroups is currently used by the Division of Student Affairs, the Division of Diversity of Inclusion, and student organizations with the Division of Academic Affairs. We are actively gauging interest in CampusGroups from all over the Institute, so if your department or organization does not fall under any of those areas, please contact the RIT CampusGroups team to let us know of your interest!

CampusGroups Support 

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Visit the Student Affairs

Website with Information about

ATC: Information Systems to find Applicable Forms: https://campusgroups.rit.edu/ATCInfoSystems/

CampusGroups Help Center: https://help.campusgroups.com/

*Please contact us at ritcampusgroups@rit.edu with any questions.