Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Is there reserved seating for ticketed events?

    All seating for the Horton Speaker is general admission. Venues open one hour before each event. Seating for the Men's hockey game at Blue Cross Arena is RESERVED.

  2. Do you provide handicapped accessible seating at the major entertainment venues?

    Accessibility is available in the Gordon Field House through the lower level. We recommend coming early since the seating is general admission.

    The Blue Cross Arena has accessibility and designated areas for wheelchairs and strollers.

  3. Are there accommodations for guests to stay on campus?

    No. There is a list of area hotels on the Homecoming website under the Important Info tab.

  4. Is there transportation available?

    RIT does not provide off-campus transportation from the airport, train station, or hotels. Attendees staying at RIT Inn & Conference Center will be able to use the complimentary shuttle service to and from campus. Schedules will be available at the hotel check-in.

    RTS will provide complimentary on-campus bus service. The RTS schedule does not include stops at the RIT Inn & Conference Center.

    RIT will provide complimentary shuttle service from campus to the hockey game at the Blue Cross Arena in downtown Rochester, on Sat. October 17th. Shuttles will run from 5:00pm - 7:00 pm, departing from Lot S on campus, to the Blue Cross Arena. Shuttles wills return to campus immediately following the end of the game.

  5. Where can I eat?

    A printed program will be available at check-in, listing the various campus dining locations. A dining guide for Rochester locations is listed on the website under the check in info tab.

    If you plan eating off campus, reservations are highly recommended, if the restaurant allows.

  6. Does RIT provide wheelchairs or strollers?

    RIT does not provide these items. You may contact Monroe Wheelchair @ 585-385-3920 and arrange a rental.

    RIT will also have "People Movers" roaming around campus to help shuttle guests who having difficulty walking.

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