Coronavirus: Your Good Questions Answered by RIT President David Munson

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Created: May 14, 2020 06:15 PM

ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WHEC) — News10NBC is committed to making sure everyone in the Rochester area gets accurate information about the coronavirus pandemic.

On Thursday's Coronavirus: Your Good Questions Answered special report, RIT President David Munson discussed the future of higher education.

Watch the special report in its entirety in the videos below.

Part One: How does he think he handled the start of the coronavirus outbreak? Will students get any money back? How is he tackling the "what ifs" regarding academics? 

Part Two: How is RIT doing financially? How much money will RIT receive under the CARES Act? Is the institution seeking additional federal funding? 

Part Three: What are the challenges for high school seniors on their way to RIT? What advice does Munson have for high school juniors? Is he looking at splitting online and on-campus opportunities? 

The Finger Lakes region can begin phase one of the state's reopening plan on Friday, May 15. Bob Duffy, the president and CEO of the Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce and the man tasked with overseeing the reopening discussions for the region, will join us on News10NBC at 5:30 p.m. 

If you have a question for him about reopening, send it to

Click here to watch previous editions of Coronavirus: Your Good Questions Answered.

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