Covering the Basics

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

Where to Eat

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

Learn more about dining


Ridership of campus shuttles and buses will be 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 will be increased to make up for the reduced capacity allowed on the shuttles. All riders will be required to wear an acceptable face covering while on RIT shuttles and buses.

Learn more about bus services


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.

All parking permits will be available for purchase online starting at 9 a.m. on August 5.

Learn more on the RIT Parking Website

Mail Services

The student post offices at Nathanial Rochester Hall and Global Village remain closed. Staff are expected to return closer to the fall semester to manage incoming student mail. Until that time, all faculty, staff (department/college), and student mail and packages have been moved to the HUB in Building 99 for pick up. All mail delivery services (e.g., U.S. Postal Service, UPS, FedEx) will make deliveries only to Facilities Management Services at Building 99. No mail delivery service will be allowed to make deliveries on campus.

Outgoing shipping will be available by appointment between 10 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. by contacting Payments can be made by credit card (VISA/MasterCard only). No cash or Tigerbucks transactions at this time. Outgoing shipping will be suspended from August 7-12 to prepare to open the campus post offices on August 12.

Learn more

Shipping and Receiving

Shipping & Receiving Services will process packages from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. The campus delivery process to departments and colleges has been adjusted:

  • Packages will be accepted by Shipping & Receiving and held for 24 hours as a safety precaution.
  • After temporary hold, packages will be distributed to “smart lockers” located at various campus sites for pick-up. Smart lockers are located at:
    • 004 SAU, A-Level outside The Ritz
    • 009 James Gleason Hall, A-level just outside the elevator (near the boiler room)
    • 007A Booth Hall, outside the Fab Lab
    • 078 Louise Slaughter Hall, outside room 1399
  • Oversized boxes will be held at Shipping & Receiving where personnel will contact departments for pick up at the Shipping & Receiving loading dock located at Building 99. Or, individuals can make arrangements with Shipping & Receiving to have oversize boxes delivered to a specific department’s building dock.