IIT News
  • Updated City Quarantine and Travel Policy

    Updated City Quarantine and Travel Policy

    In general, this new set of guidelines doesn’t require fully vaccinated individuals to follow the same guidelines as those who have yet to receive the vaccine. 

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  • SPEAK: Conversation Group

    SPEAK: Conversation Group

    SPEAK is a free weekly conversation group where you can chat with international and domestic students, staff, and faculty.

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  • Creating Spaces for Minorities in Tech Circles

    Creating Spaces for Minorities in Tech Circles

    As we continue to celebrate Black History Month, Illinois Tech is proud to host Creating Spaces, an event featuring insights and experiences on what is needed to create inclusive environments in tech circles at Illinois Tech and beyond for minorities. The next event will be on February 25.

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  • Campus Vaccination Update: February 15

    Campus Vaccination Update: February 15

    As you know, we are continuing to actively monitor the COVID-19 trends and positivity rates across our campus, city, and state, and to advocate to city and state officials that they include faculty and staff at institutes of higher education in earlier phases if possible.

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  • Joseph Orgel Named Vice Provost for Academic Affairs

    Joseph Orgel Named Vice Provost for Academic Affairs

    I am pleased to announce that I have appointed Joseph Orgel, professor of biology and biomedical engineering and former chair of the University Faculty Council, as the new vice provost for academic affairs at Illinois Institute of Technology.

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  • Limited Campus Visits

    Limited Campus Visits

    Given that our two most recent campus surveillance tests (held on February 2 and February 9) both resulted in zero positive cases, and considering the overall trends in the city and state’s positivity rates, which are falling rapidly, we will begin to allow limited campus visits for prospective students beginning this month.

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  • Virtual Farewell for Jackie Sokolowski on Monday, February 15

    Virtual Farewell for Jackie Sokolowski on Monday, February 15

    Join the Office of Technology Services in saying farewell to Jacqueline Sokolowski as she embarks on a new career.

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  • College of Computing Virtual Ribbon-Cutting and Featured Post-Event Lecture

    College of Computing Virtual Ribbon-Cutting and Featured Post-Event Lecture

    ​Enjoy fun virtual activities, win prizes, and join our special guests at 1 p.m. on Friday, February 12 for the virtual ribbon-cutting of the newly formed College of Computing at Illinois Institute of Technology.

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  • College of Computing Virtual Ribbon Cutting Event

    College of Computing Virtual Ribbon Cutting Event

    Lance Fortnow and Chris Gladwin invite you to the virtual ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate Illinois Institute of Technology’s College of Computing.

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  • Virtual Ash Wednesday Services, February 17

    Virtual Ash Wednesday Services, February 17

    For those who celebrate Ash Wednesday, Catholic Campus Ministry services will be held virtually this year on February 17. St. James and Catholic Campus Ministry invite all who would like to receive ashes to pick up a packet at the IIT Welcome Desk at the MTCC on February 16 or February 17.

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  • Fitness Classes Moving to MTCC

    Fitness Classes Moving to MTCC

    Fitness Classes will be moved to the MTCC Ballroom starting Monday, February 8. Not only will we have more room there for more in person participation, but we will also be able to make the classes available for students, staff, and faculty to join virtually via a Google Hangouts link on our website.

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  • Black History Month Programming Presented by the Office of Campus Life

    Black History Month Programming Presented by the Office of Campus Life

    Sit in on lectures, visit Black-owned Chicago businesses, take in media celebrating Black History, and taste the food from our featured Black-chefs in The Commons this month.

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