In Monroe County and on campus, we are experiencing an uptick in COVID-19 cases. Additionally, we are seeing a higher plateau in RIT wastewater levels, reflecting pockets of COVID still circulating on campus. We must remain vigilant in our behavior as we approach the end of the semester. The RIT COVID Alert Level remains at Yellow.
It has been over a year since RIT’s fall and winter intercollegiate teams have been able to practice or compete. For those student-athletes, March and April isn’t just the beginning of spring, but the return to competition.
The Brick City Café lunch special, a toasted ciabatta with prosciutto, goat cheese, roasted red peppers, baby spinach, and pesto, will be served all week for $6.75.
Check out the activities planned for the last Recharge Day. Not going to be on campus on Thursday? Recharge Day take-home kits will be available on Wednesday from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. in Golisano Institute for Sustainability. Kits include supplies and instructions to make beeswax food wraps and lip balms, milk alternatives, how to grow your own sprouts in a jar, and more.
Have a Question?
The RIT Service Center is available to address questions about RIT and the COVID‑19 pandemic.
Monday through Friday: 7:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. EDT
585-475-5000 or 1-833-323-0002