After careful consideration, RIT has made the decision to move the alert level on campus from Orange to Yellow, meaning that the prevalence of the virus on campus remains a moderate risk. Here’s why and what it means.
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.
Frank Ritter Ice Arena has been reconfigured for dining, studying, and socializing. The space includes video games, pinball machines, and cornhole boards.
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A message from the SG president
Last semester was a massive adjustment, but students, staff, and faculty rose to the challenge, writes Student Government President Shine DeHarder. We can do it again this semester, she says.
Health and Safety
Quarantine and isolation
RIT is prepared for students who need to be quarantined or isolated because of COVID-19 this semester.
RIT will continue to provide heightened cleaning services in academic buildings and residence halls to help combat the spread of coronavirus.
Safe eating tips
There are extra steps you can take to protect yourself and others from COVID-19 while eating.
In case you missed it
The university will begin testing a large number of students for COVID-19 this week. Next week, all students circulating on campus will be tested. Testing is mandatory.
Classes for spring semester begin today. The last day of classes will be May 5, with final exams running May 7-13.
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