RIT Student Death; Bexzod Abduvaliev Brooklyn, NY died by suicide

He was a fifth-year Computing and Information Sciences major. Learn more about Bexzod Abduvaliev Obituary and funeral plans...

Bexzod Abduvaliev Death – Bexzod Abduvaliev, a Rochester Institute of Technology student has passed away, he was a fifth-year Computing and Information Sciences major from Brooklyn, New York. Abduvaliev was said to have died by suicide. He was a member of several campus groups and enjoyed rock climbing at the Red Barn and jogging around campus. Bexzod worked as a co-op and onboarded him as a fellow RIT student working on the same team. He was helpful, kind, and friendly – which made coming into the job a lot less daunting.

You can reach Counselling and Psychological Services either by sending a message using the RIT Wellness Portal’s secure messaging system or by calling 585-475-2261. Dial the toll-free number 1-855-436-1245 to reach the mental health line that is staffed around the clock in the event that you have a mental health emergency outside of normal office hours. There are available counsellors who are proficient in ASL.

You can reach the staff and chaplains of Spirituality and Religious Life by sending an email to 585-475-5932 or calling them on the phone. All deaf and hard-of-hearing students enrolled at RIT have access to the counselling services offered by NTID counsellors and academic advisers. If you are looking for assistance, you should get in touch with the NTID Counselling & Academic Advising Services.

Bexzod Abduvaliev Obituary and funeral plans will be released by the family…

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