The RIT Ready Newsletter will not run the next two weeks during the holiday break. The newsletter will resume on Jan. 11. Don’t forget that RIT has adjusted requirements for completing the Daily Health Screen over Winter Break. Stay safe and have a happy New Year.
All students must complete the Spring Circulation Plan. In addition, there are several steps students need to take before arriving on campus for spring semester. Students interested in the university coordinated travel quarantine option must apply by Jan. 3. Learn more >
Employees working on campus in spring 2021 are required to obtain both a negative COVID-19 test and a 2020/2021 seasonal flu vaccine. Learn more >
We know life on campus is different with COVID-19. But there are still plenty of things to look forward to in the spring semester. Here are some of them.
Victorians’ Secrets, Zoological and Botanical Illustration, and Making Comics are just a few of the uniquely RIT courses being offered this spring. Read more >
Two new course options give flexibility for students to manage their class participation from a distance. Read more >
The large outdoor tents at Global Village and Frisina Quad are expected to return in the spring, and they will be large enough to handle snow. More food trucks will be on campus, dining opportunities will be expanded—including in Ritter Arena—and online ordering will be expanded.
Alert Level: Still Orange
RIT COVID-19 alert level remains Orange. While the fall semester may have ended, it remains imperative that we exercise the utmost precautions as the prevalence of virus throughout Upstate New York is at high levels.
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