Underlying threat of outbreak remains, but virus prevalence is low, and people should continue to practice basic precautions by wearing masks and maintaining distance.
Plan for a late start to the spring semester and no Spring Break week.
One guest welcome
Students who live in RIT housing may now host one guest in their living space provided that the guest is also a resident of the same residence hall or apartment community.
Teaching the arts
Art educators have faced new challenges this semester but they also have discovered some unexpected positive outcomes.
Performing arts interest crescendos
More than 1,000 students are participating in RIT-recognized performance groups and activities.
Health and Safety
Without a COVID-19 vaccine, contact tracing is one of the best public health weapons for preventing the spread of infection at RIT and in the wider community.
Brick City Weekend
Brick City Homecoming and Family Weekend may not be the same this year, but fun events for students are still planned. Check out Carve with Your College and DIY Tie Dye Face Masks on Saturday and the Pumpkin Smash on Sunday.
Week two of the virtual career fair begins today.
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Coming up in the next RIT Ready newsletter, read about how students are finding ways to hang out and still stay physically distant.
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