• October 23, 2020

    field house with several mats spaced out on the floor.

    Student Life Center opens for RIT community

    RIT’s Student Life Center opens Monday for students, faculty, and staff hoping to keep fit now that colder weather is settling in. It will be open from 6 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. weekdays, and noon to 4 p.m. on weekends.

  • October 19, 2020

    graphic of calendar of the month of January with the 25th circled.

    RIT spring semester will begin Jan. 25

    RIT classes for spring semester will begin Jan. 25. The semester will also include three “recharge” days and one reading day prior to final exams. The last day of classes for spring semester will be Wednesday, May 5, with final exams running May 7-13. Commencement is scheduled for May 14-15.

  • October 16, 2020

    jack-o-lanterns lined up along an outdoor track.

    Tiger Alumni Week offers dozens of virtual activities

    Virtual reunions, interactive programs, talks, a 5K, e-Sports, and even Tiger Trivia are just some of the dozens of events slated for Tiger Alumni Week, beginning Monday for RIT alumni, students, families, faculty, and staff.

  • October 9, 2020

    graphic that reads: Current RIT COVID-19 Alert Level: Yellow (Low to Moderate Risk).

    RIT COVID-19 Alert Level Moves to Yellow

    Over the past several days, RIT has been tracking some connected cases of COVID-19 stemming from a student who traveled out of the Finger Lakes region. This has resulted in a slight uptick in positive cases on campus, and the campus alert level has moved to Yellow.

  • October 5, 2020

    RIT President Munson wearing a mask and speaking into a microphone in a radio station.

    President Munson live on WITR on Wednesday

    WITR-FM (89.7) will host RIT President David Munson at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, continuing the “Ask Munson” series that will occur quarterly through the academic year.

  • October 5, 2020

    classroom with computers on a table and a poster with a Qr

    Contact tracing key piece of combatting COVID-19 at RIT

    While wearing masks, washing hands, and keeping a six-foot physical distance from each other create a personal line of defense against COVID-19, contact tracing is an overarching public health strategy to quash outbreaks.