In order to provide the safest possible learning and living environment, RIT will require full COVID-19 vaccination for undergraduate and graduate students prior to coming to the Henrietta campus for fall 2021.
How do you teach students to use scientific instrumentation when a pandemic forces classes online and the students have no access to the usual lab or analytic equipment? An adjunct professor found a creative solution this spring while teaching an experimental techniques class.
After a year off due to the pandemic, the popular Goodbye, Goodbuy! sustainability program has returned. Students moving out of their housing on campus are urged to donate their unwanted items rather than throw them away.
The RIT community is looking forward to celebrating the Class of 2021 on May 14 and May 15 and the Class of 2020 on May 16. Find the schedule, how graduates can register for a ticket to enter the commencement facility, and answers to frequently asked questions on the commencement website.
Solidarity and assistance
While COVID-19 infection rates begin to fall in the United States, the crisis in India is dire. RIT’s International Student Services has reached out to all current Indian students to offer support and guidance and the university is providing a number of resources and support systems.