First of all, let me wish you a peaceful, healthy and
fulfilling 2021. I hope you and your families are well, and safe.
We continue to monitor the overall situation in Croatia on a
daily basis, as well as review all recommendations from the Croatian Ministry
of Education and Science, the Croatian Public Health Institute, and other
relevant authorities, and following assessment, I wanted to inform you that our
spring semester classes will begin on Monday, January 18th, 2021, as planned
and communicated in December.
Courses will be delivered in the scheduled combination of
in-person, blended and online modes, as per your weekly class schedule showing
in SIS. You can find the academic calendar previously sent to you in December,
which reflects our Monday, January 18th, spring semester start at this LINK.
Also, I would like to share with you an updated copy of the RIT
Croatia Safety Plan that can be accessed via this LINK. We are remaining at Yellow Alert Level, like we were at the end of the fall semester.
As well, please stay in touch with our staff for COVID
related matters. If you test positive, or feel any COVID-related symptoms, or
are not able to attend classes on campus due to quarantine, please advise Ms.
Draženka Franić in the Dubrovnik campus (email@example.com) or Ms. Ana Maria Šimundić in the Zagreb campus (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Our campuses are open this week, Monday-Friday, 8:00-16:00,
and our staff members are available for your questions, regardless of them being
on campus, or working from home. For any questions relating to your spring
classes, please do not hesitate to contact your academic advisors.
If there are any changes in the recommendations and/or measures from the Croatian authorities, which could impact our plans for the spring semester, we will advise you immediately, so please be sure to regularly check your emails this week, and going forward.
I wish you a successful spring semester, and if you have any questions, please let me know.
Sincerely, Dean Hudspeth
President & Dean
RIT Croatia has received a license from the Croatian Ministry of Science and Education for scientific activity in the following scientific areas
It was a very challenging semester, but we made it!
Before we break for the holidays I want to take this moment to sincerely thank you for all of your efforts in keeping our campuses safe, and for your positive attitude and resilience during the past 16 weeks. It was a true team effort, and all of you were fantastic!
In line with the current epidemiological measures and recommendations, we have decided to postpone the start of the spring semester classes for one week. The spring semester classes will now start on Monday, January 18th, 2021.
RIT Croatia students raised HRK 22,007 this year at a traditional charity auction. The auction was held in an online environment, and the funds raised will be donated to the SVE za NJU (All for Her) association of women suffering from and treated for cancer