Tiger Testing Appointments

Schedule An Appointment

All students who are approved to be on campus are required to participate in frequent COVID-19 testing.

If you have completed your spring circulation requirements and are approved to be on campus, you are expected to make an appointment when invited for a COVID-19 test. You will schedule your test for a day and time that is convenient for you. Students who have received a COVID-19 vaccine are still required to participate in weekly Tiger Testing. If you have signed the attestation, indicating you do not plan to circulate on campus for the spring semester, you will not be expected to participate in Tiger Testing.

The email from Tiger Testing will provide a link for you to make a testing appointment. Testing is mandatory. Students who do not participate in mandatory Tiger Testing will be referred to Student Conduct.

For more information about testing and to view frequently asked questions, visit rit.edu/ready/testing.

Alternate Test Options

If you are unable to make it to campus for testing, you may choose to schedule an appointment at an off-campus testing site. You are required to notify RIT of your intended plans and you must upload your COVID-19 test results. 
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Test Exemptions

If you are currently in isolation or quarantine, or if you have tested positive within the last 90 days and notified the Student Health Center, you are required to complete the COVID-19 Alternate Testing and Exemption Form.
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Testing for Students Experiencing Symptoms

This testing is not intended for those who are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms. Students experiencing symptoms should contact the Student Health Center at 585-475-2255 or log into the RIT Wellness Portal to access the patient chat.

There are a number of reasons why a student may not have been selected to participate in Tiger Testing. A student will not be selected for Tiger Testing if they

  • were not enrolled in a course at the time the student list was generated,
  • were in quarantine or isolation at the time the student list was generated,
  • are enrolled in an online only program,
  • have tested positive for COVID-19 in the last 90 days and that information is on record with the Student Health Center, or
  • attested to not being on campus.

If you fall into one of these categories, no further action is needed. You do not need to participate in Tiger Testing this week.

If you do not fall into one of these categories and have not received an invitation for Tiger Testing, please email tigertesting@rit.edu.

If you have any questions, please contact tigertesting@rit.edu