Services

Covering the Basics

Services throughout campus have been modified with health and safety in mind.

Where to Eat

RIT has added increased flexibility in meals plans, outdoor seating, mobile ordering, mobile dining account management, and more carry-out options.

Learn more about dining

Transportation

Ridership of campus shuttles and buses is limited to 50 percent of maximum capacity. No standing will be allowed. Once a bus is full, it will not stop for additional passengers. The frequency of service has been increased to make up for the reduced capacity allowed on the shuttles. All riders are required to wear an acceptable face covering while on RIT shuttles and buses.

Learn more about bus services

Parking

RIT Parking has started a Daily Decision rate for those who do not want to purchase a parking permit. The Daily Decision rate will be available in Lots A, G, H, and L via the ParkMobile app. Parking permits are available for purchase online.

Learn more on the RIT Parking Website

Mail Services

All mail delivery has resumed, and mail is now being delivered to your assigned mailbox. Students no longer need an appointment to pick up packages. You will be contacted directly about mail requiring a signature. Mail will be collected from the outgoing mailbox units at the time of delivery. For large bulk mailings, contact Mail Services at 585-475-2300.

Learn more about mail services

Shipping and Receiving

Shipping and Receiving Services, which processes hundreds of packages from companies such as FedEx, UPS, and Amazon, have resumed. Staff will implement an alternating schedule of deliveries for buildings of either two to three times per week and provide the schedule to building managers. Four new locker banks have been placed in the Student Alumni Union on the A-level near the RITz; James Gleason Hall, A-level; Booth Hall, A-Level; and Slaughter Hall near room 1399. 

Updated processes include:

  • Packages received before 1 p.m. will be processed the same day and delivered within 48 hours after processing.
  • Large orders that cannot be put into campus locker banks will be delivered directly to department main offices. Notice will be given to departments via email about packages in the lockers.
  • If packages in the lockers are not retrieved, they will be returned to the main Shipping and Receiving offices located in FMS, and can be picked up during regular business hours (Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.)