The prevalence of the virus on campus is a moderate risk. Wear a mask when you are not in your immediate bubble of close contacts.
Changes for spring
RIT is now requiring face masks with a minimum of two-ply cloth, discontinued the use of location code check-ins on campus, and reset the COVID-19 dashboard to reflect the start of spring semester.
Week in photos
Take a look at the first week of the spring semester through the lens of our photographers.
Need a place to study?
See the availability of nine different study spaces on campus.
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What about a workout?
The fitness center and aquatics center are open for student, faculty, and staff use on a first-come, first-served basis. Now you can check availability of these facilities ahead of time with the live facility occupancy counter.
Big change at Gracie’s
RIT Dining has opened more locations, expanded online ordering, gone cashless at select locations, and changed Gracie’s—for the first time in its 51-year history—from all-you-care-to-eat to retail.
Health and Safety
About 25,000, three-ply cloth face coverings emblazoned with the RIT logo and a roaring tiger image will be delivered to all members of the RIT community starting this week.
Outdoor ice skating, hot chocolate, Dr. Munson’s Performing Arts Challenge, giveaways, and a virtual escape room are some of the activities planned for this year’s FreezeFest, which starts on Thursday.
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