Daily Health Screen

To assist with symptom monitoring, faculty, staff, and students must complete the RIT Daily Health Screen every day, seven days a week, whether or not they are coming to campus.

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.

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.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Visitors should call 585-438-5254.

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.

This could happen if you 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.

Please contact the RIT Service Center at help.rit.edu or 585-475-3500.

The Daily Health Screen, which is a website that can be accessed from your phone, doesn’t 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.

Since the Daily Health Screen is a website and doesn’t require anything to be installed on your phone, it does not track your location on or off campus. Location is logged only when you check into a location by scanning a QR code or manually entering your location into the website.

Yes, all RIT employees and students are expected to complete the Daily Health Screen seven days a week, regardless of whether or not they plan on being on campus.

Students, faculty, and staff can call 585-438-5257 to complete the screen.

When an employee does not complete the Daily Health Screen, their supervisor is notified. Employees should notify their supervisor in advance if they will not be able to complete the Daily Health Screen.