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Terms & Conditions


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COVID-19 Information and Updates
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The RIT Fall Planning Committee is meeting regularly to review the best and safest ways to organize move-in and orientation for new first-year, transfers, returning, and graduate students. The University will be communicating directly with you and your family to your RIT email account in the coming weeks regarding when and how you will be moving in, including a time slot that will ensure we are maintaining physical distancing procedures, and proper safety precautions.

First and foremost, our thinking and protocols will be guided by safety considerations, and are subject to change. A decision has been made that all multiple-person rooms in the residence halls will be assigned as double rooms. This means that roommate groups set up by incoming freshmen can be no larger than two students
Welcome to the Rochester Institute of Technology housing community. The Terms & Conditions document 
is part of the resident’s housing contract; it provides the terms and conditions for our community and defines
the resident’s responsibility as a member of the community. By signing the housing contract and
residing in RIT housing, the resident agrees to abide by the housing contract, this document, and
all federal, state, and local laws, (available in RIT’s library, and University
Policies (available at:
Any resident found in violation of the Terms and Conditions of Housing or whose negligence causes
damages to the facilities or harm to other members of the community may be subject to a student
conduct hearing, Housing Selection privileges revoked, and/or additional fees. In addition, RIT
Housing may terminate the resident’s housing contract with or without appropriate notice.
These terms supersede any and all prior Terms and Conditions of Housing. Upon reasonable notice,
RIT Housing can modify the Terms and Conditions of Housing during the term of this
The housing contract and the Terms and Conditions of Housing do not constitute a lease. They confer
a limited and revocable license to occupy RIT housing. This license can be revoked by RIT Housing
as provided in these Terms and Conditions of Housing.
Please refer to the document that applies to your academic year.
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