Town Hall for Students: Learning and Living in the COVID-19 Age

Administration to Address Student Questions and Answers in a Zoom Session

Students have voiced many questions and concerns about this new chapter of the pandemic. Federal, state and local guidance on isolation and quarantine has changed. Due to the Omicron variant, case numbers are higher than they have been in previous semesters. And there are differences in how area schools are starting their semesters. The effects reach all levels of student life, from academics to housing. We understand this can lead to confusion and anxiety. We have assembled subject matter experts from across the university to help address your concerns and answer questions.

The Zoom Town Hall will take place from 7 – 8:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 20. The session will be recorded for replay. 

Please submit your questions in advance for the Town Hall via the RIT Instagram story, or you may submit your questions online. We will also reserve time to take additional questions during the session.

Join the Town Hall via Zoom at 7 p.m. Thursday. Only RIT accounts will be able to access the session. The administration will hold another town hall for employees in the coming days.

RIT interpreters will provide ASL throughout the town hall, and real-time captioning will be made available.

Pandemic Planning Group