Undergraduate Campus Visit


There's no place like RIT, so nothing beats a campus visit. 

There is nothing more important to RIT than the safety and well-being of the special community that makes our campus such a remarkable place to live and learn. This concern extends to the many who visit our campus for events, tours, conferences, etc. 

Visitors are asked to self-monitor for any symptoms related to COVID-19 before coming to campus. If you have known exposure to COVID-19 or have any of these symptoms, we ask that you do not visit. Masking is optional in all locations except public transportation and at health care facilities. Individuals should take proper precautions, such as masking, based on their personal risk. For detailed information, please review the RIT Ready website for COVID-19 safety procedures.

You must sign up at least 24 hours in advance. Self-guided tour maps are available on the outside entrance of RIT's Bausch and Lomb Center. 

If you are deaf or hard-of-hearing prospective student or are interested in the ASL Interpreting or Community Development and Inclusive Leadership programs, please click here

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