RIT campus wastewater has shown a slow decrease since late February. Over the past week, wastewater has reached a low-moderate level, signaling that COVID-19 is circulating in our community, but the transmission is currently under control. We must remain vigilant in our behavior as we approach spring. The RIT COVID Alert Level remains at Yellow.
One year later
A year ago today, RIT President David Munson sent a note to the RIT community announcing that there will be no in-person classes for the remainder of the semester and encouraging students to not return to campus after spring break. Here is a look back in photos to the start of the pandemic and what quickly became an empty campus.
Registration is now open for online summer sessions. Undergraduate and graduate students can take advantage of a 10-week session and two five-week sessions. Graduate students can enroll in a targeted seven-week session.
The second Recharge Day of the semester is March 24. Sign up now for a variety of in-person and virtual activities, including field trips, workshops, wellness classes, and grab n’ go items to recharge at home.
Play it again, Tigers
Athletes breathed a sigh of relief when RIT announced its spring intercollegiate athletic teams were cleared to return to competition.
Students who live in RIT housing can now host one guest in their living space provided that the guest is also an RIT student who is currently approved to circulate on campus. All other visitors are still prohibited from entering RIT Housing.