New COVID-19 Event Safety Guidelines
will take effect on January 3, 2022.
To better protect the
large-scale indoor public events will have additional safety requirements.
public events are defined as any events
that have the potential
to host 400 people
or more in one venue
at one time
and when non-RIT community members, i.e., local community, parents, alumni, athletics fans, etc.
are expected to be in attendance-
event is marketed to the public.
Events planned for
150 or more attendees where food will be served indoors
and non-RIT community members
are expected to be in attendance also fall into this category.
12 years of age and older
including RIT faculty, staff, students, and their families
must provide proof of vaccination.
Current RIT students, faculty, and staff
who comply with the vaccination policy
and do not have access to a vaccination card
can request a compliance pass to present along with their RIT ID for entry
into all campus events.
Event organizers will need to fill out a form acknowledging acceptance of the
and identify a
safety liaison to ensure all safety protocols are adhered to during the event.
Campus venues that hold 400 or more people include the
Gordon Field House, Gene Polisseni Center, Clark Gym,
Al Davis Room, and Panara Theater.
The full guidelines are included in the RIT Safety Plan.
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