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Coronavirus Update:

Spring 2020 Programs
We have worked with RIT students on spring 2020 programs abroad to return home and continue their programs online. 

Summer 2020 Programs
Due to the disruption caused by the pandemic, RIT has made the difficult decision to cancel all summer faculty-led, exchange, global campus and affilate programs. This decision has been made to ensure the health and safety of students and faculty, as well as to provide a level of near-term certainty for all involved.

Fall 2020 Programs
Fall programs are currently continuing as planned. Many programs are modifying their cancellation policies and extending fall deadlines in order to be more accommodating. Students who are planning on studying abroad in the fall should:

  • Have a back up plan in place in case fall programs are impacted 
  • Not book flights until they are sure the program is running
  • Understand what cancellation/refund policies are for the program

We will be reaching out directly to impacted students as the situation evolves. Please check your email often to learn details specific to your study abroad program or destination if necessary. If you have any questions, please contact Jenny Sullivan, director of Education Abroad & International Fellowships at jenny.sullivan@rit.edu or (585) 475-3224.

Additional information about how COVID-19 is affecting RIT study abroad

RIT has created a website about the coronavirus that is dedicated to sharing resources and providing up-to-date information about RIT policies and protocols regarding the virus. Learn more at rit.edu/coronavirus

Study Abroad for Parents & Students

Welcome! We are very excited to be working with your RIT student as they prepare to study abroad. We recognize that this is an important decision, not only for your student, but also for you.

At RIT, our top priorities are student safety and successful academic integration. We work closely with students, faculty, academic advisors, financial aid advisors and our partners abroad to be sure our students have the most positive experience possible.

Please peruse these pages to understand more about the types of programs available to students, the application process, funding, and health and safety abroad. For more resources specifically about the practical preparations prior to travel, visit the Preparing to Go section of our website.

 

 

The Education Abroad and International Fellowships office is always available to answer questions from students and parents. Please do not hesitate to contact us via email (global@rit.edu), by phone (585-475-4466) or in-person (RIT Global Office in Global Village).

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