Virus prevalence has increased above baseline and indicators show rates of infection increasing. Several changes regarding masks, dining, visitors, and events are now in place.
RIT President David Munson expresses his gratitude for the RIT community’s perseverance and resilience.
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Plus, a video captures how RIT successfully completed all 13 weeks of in-person instruction without having to suspend or cancel classes due to coronavirus outbreaks.
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Faculty from RIT China, RIT Croatia, RIT Dubai, and Rochester collaborated this fall to teach a global business class.
Health and Safety
Daily Health Screen
RIT has adjusted the requirements for completing the Daily Health Screen for students and employees over Winter Break.
Information for employees
Employees working on campus in spring 2021 are required to obtain both a negative COVID-19 test and a 2020/2021 seasonal flu vaccine.
Many buildings on campus, such as the Student Alumni Union, have adjusted hours over winter break.
Gracie’s is open for brunch and dinner through Dec. 23 and is offering all-you-care-to-eat meals for $6.
Coming up in the next RIT Ready newsletter, a look at the many things to look forward to in the spring semester.
Have a Question?
The RIT Service Center is available to address questions about RIT and the COVID‑19 pandemic.
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