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Due to the expected rise in Omicron COVID-19 cases in mid-January, Rhode Island College will begin its spring semester as scheduled on Tuesday, January 18; however, classroom instruction will be predominately remote for the first three weeks of school. After the three weeks, when the Omicron spike is expected to have subsided, RIC will return to in-person instruction in consultation with the Rhode Island Department of Health.

Campus Testing and Vaccination Information

Students, faculty and staff who have a religious or medical exemption MUST test weekly.  If tested on campus there is no need to upload into the portal. If testing off campus you must load your test results into the Medicat Patient portal.

Testing is available:
Monday through Friday
9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Sweet Hall Main Entrance
No Appointment Necessary. RIC ID required for entry and testing
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If you are symptomatic or have been in contact with someone who is diagnosed as COVID-19 positive, students should contact Health Services at 401-456-8055 or if a commuter student do not come to campus-- test off campus.  

If you are an employee, you should not come to campus if you have symptoms.  You may call Human Resources for more direction at 401-456-8216.

There are no vaccination clinics scheduled at this time. Contact Health Services at 401-456-8055 for vaccination information.

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Rhode Island College Daily Report on COVID-19 Cases

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COVID-19 Response Team

Office of Health Services

We are here to provide confidential and holistic primary health care to enhance the academic potential of our students.