Virus prevalence has increased above baseline and indicators show rates of infection increasing. Several changes regarding masks, dining, visitors, and events are now in place.
Worried about taking virtual finals? Here are some things you can do now to be successful when finals begin on Dec. 1.
Keeping Tigers fed
RIT Dining served more than 9,000 meals each day this semester, including 1,800 that were ordered online. Here’s how they did it and kept people safe.
When COVID-19 travel restrictions meant students couldn’t go to Sweden to observe a different approach to health care, a professor developed a virtual intercultural experience for her class.
The university will close for the Thanksgiving holiday at 2 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 25, and will reopen on Monday, Nov. 30. Here’s a guide to what services are available this week, during finals, and over the winter break.
What’s on the Menu?
Those on campus for the Thanksgiving holiday can find a Thanksgiving feast of roasted turkey, scalloped potatoes, and more at The Commons on Thursday.
In the next RIT Ready newsletter, learn how RIT’s Multidisciplinary Senior Design program has flourished this fall.
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