Daily Health Screen

The format of the Daily Health Screen has changed as of January 7. Read the scenarios in detail to be sure that you are responding accurately.

Students, faculty, and staff can access the Daily Health Screen online at dailyhealth.rit.edu or by calling 585-438-5257. You will need your University ID# if you call to report your symptoms. Visitors should call 585-438-5254.

Winter Break Instructions

  1. If circulating on campus for any reason December 10, 2020 through January 10, 2021, continue to complete Daily Health Screen every day; RED pass supports will be in place. If not accessing campus during this period, students do not need to complete the Daily Health Screen.
  2. Resume completing the Daily Health Screen every day starting on January 11, 2021.
  1. If circulating on campus for any reason December 25, 2020, through January 3, 2021, (including student employees), continue to complete Daily Health Screen every day; RED pass supports will be in place. If not accessing campus during this period, employees do not need to complete the Daily Health Screen.
  2. Resume completing the Daily Health Screen every day starting on January 4, 2021.
  1. Continue to complete the Daily Health Screen supervisor sign off every day through December 24, 2020;
  2. If you supervise employees who are circulating on campus December 25, 2020, through January 3, 2021, continue the supervisor sign off every day. If not, supervisors do not need to complete sign off.
  3. Resume completing the Daily Health Screen supervisor sign off starting on January 4, 2021.

Experiencing Symptoms?

If someone experiences symptoms after completing the Daily Health Screen, they must complete it again that same day. The goal is to protect the health and safety of the RIT community.

The screen will provide users with instructions on how to proceed if they are experiencing symptoms or have been in contact with someone who has COVID-19. They will also receive reminder emails every day to complete the RIT Daily Health Screen.

July 24, 2020
RIT launches Daily Health Screen for monitoring COVID-19 symptoms
RIT is requiring all students, faculty, and staff to monitor their health for COVID-19 symptoms. The new policy will help protect the health and safety of the community at RIT and in the Greater Rochester area during the ongoing pandemic.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Visitors should call 585-438-5254.

The Daily Health Screen does not track your location, and it does not collect data about you, your health, or your physical location. It records whether or not you’ve performed the Daily Health Check and your status (green or red). You will have the option to complete the Daily Health Screen by calling a designated number using your phone and answering the questions via an automated phone system. You must know your University ID to use this method.

The application is designed to be used on iPhone and Android mobile phones. It will also work in Chrome, Firefox, Edge, and laptop computer browsers.

If you completed the self-assessment and clicked submit but nothing happened, then you could have lost connection or had a very weak internet connection. If that happens, the application will save your answers. Check connection and refresh. Click on My Health screen to download the screen result.

For more help with tech support, contact the RIT Service Center at help.rit.edu or 585-475-3500.

Contact means touching, being with, or being near another individual. For purposes of responding to the Daily Health Screen question, please report any contact with any individual that has a confirmed case of COVID-19 in the last week.

 

More information specifically related to employees is available on the Information for Employees page.