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We are closing in on the final weeks of Tiger Testing. For those of you who have been circulating on campus this semester, we applaud you for your ongoing commitment to the weekly Tiger Testing requirement – an average compliance rate of 95% this semester is something worth celebrating!
May 2-8, 2021 will be the final week of required Tiger Testing for the semester. If you plan to circulate on campus during this time, you are expected to participate in Tiger Testing. Please schedule your appointment upon receipt of the Tiger Testing invitation sent on Sunday, May 2.
RIT will be offering optional testing, available May 11-13, 2021 in Frank Ritter Ice Arena for students who are in need of or wish to obtain a COVID-19 PCR test result prior to traveling. Please note that you may need to wait 24-56 hours for PCR test results. These test results take longer to process than the antigen tests that were administered through weekly Tiger Testing. Students wishing to participate in optional Tiger Testing May 11-13, 2021 must schedule an appointment.
Students who have applied for graduation will receive a separate email communication outlining health and safety requirements for participating in commencement ceremonies.
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