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A Message From Your Student Government President, Amid COVID-19 Crisis

Student Government is still committed and continuing to work on and advocate for issues related to students at RIT. We will all be working remotely in accordance with published university guidelines related to COVID-19. We understand this is a difficult time for all students; please continue to use services such as Pawprints and feel free to reach out to us using our Leadership page, which has our contact information. 

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We represent the student body as a whole by advocating for students and student groups.

Connect

We help students connect with each other and the people they need to know at RIT to ensure they have the best experience possible.

Lead

We lead by guiding others along with us to further the impact of our advocacy. 

Inform

We inform students about the resources offered through RIT and Student Government

Serve

We serve as a liaison between the students and administration and always have the student's best interests in mind.

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Student News

  • August 10, 2020

    person wearing a face mask taking a pre-packaged meal from a display.

    Changes in RIT dining options promote convenience, safety

    Changes are in place at 21 locations on the RIT campus that will serve thousands of breakfasts, lunches, snacks, and dinners to students, faculty, and staff members returning to campus. Online ordering, cashless checkouts, reduced occupancies, outdoor and spaced-out seating, and increased cleaning protocols are all new features offered by RIT Dining in response to COVID-19 precautions.

  • August 10, 2020

    family of three standing in an airport wearing face masks.

    #RITBound: Students welcomed back this week

    Students from the states on New York’s travel advisory list can self-quarantine through independent housing, hotel arrangements, or through a friend or relative. Another option is participating in RIT’s university-sponsored quarantine at area hotels, which begins Aug. 12. First-year student Iain Roach traveled from Alaska to Canandaigua, N.Y., before he can move onto campus on Aug. 15.

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