Frequently Asked Questions

What types of residential accommodations are available for summer conferences?

During the summer, Conference Services offers suite-style and communal style residential accommodations.

  • Horan Hall and Lee Hall offer spacious, suite-style accommodations, each with their own private bathroom. Most suites consist of two double-occupancy rooms, but there are a few three-person rooms and five-person suites in each building.
  • Jasper Hall is coed by floor, with same-sex, double-occupancy rooms sharing communal bathrooms.

What amenities are included in each of the residence halls?

Horan Hall and Lee Hall amenities include:

  • Bed and bath linen can be provided
  • A lounge on each floor with flat-screen TVs and a kitchen/dining area
  • A laundry room on each floor – guests must provide their own supplies
  • Recreation rooms with pool tables, Ping-Pong and other games
  • Study rooms for quiet work or small group projects
  • Vending machines for snacks and beverages
  • Unlimited wireless internet throughout the building

Jasper Hall amenities include:

  • Bed and bath linen can be provided
  • A lounge with flat-screen TVs
  • A kitchen/dining area
  • A laundry room – guests must provide their own supplies
  • Study rooms for quiet work or small group projects
  • A recreation room with pool tables, Ping-Pong and other games
  • Vending machines for snacks and beverages
  • Unlimited wireless internet throughout the building

Is there access to wireless internet connections throughout campus?

Yes, all conference guests have access to our campus wide wireless internet connections.

What dining services and meal plans are available for conference guests?

Our main resident dining hall, Locke’s Loft, offers an all-you-can-eat, buffet-style dining offering a variety of hot & cold options. Other retail dining locations, Dante’s Den, Café 1853 and Leo Hall Café, may be used for small gatherings or elegant banquets. Meal plans for the day or by meal may be booked for your entire stay.

What types of classroom and meeting facilities available for large and small gatherings?

Our campus has several meeting facilities that can accommodate groups that range from a hand full to hundreds. Meeting facilities include classrooms, conference rooms, computer labs, lecture halls, residential lounges, chapels, and auditoriums.  

Are classrooms and meeting facilities equipped with AV?

All classrooms are equipped with AV computer and projector. AV set-up is available upon request at an additional cost for various meeting spaces.

Is the campus a smoke-free campus?

Smoking is prohibited in all Manhattan College facilities and enclosed workplace areas. This includes all offices, work spaces, common work areas, auditoriums, classrooms, conference and meeting rooms, elevators, hallways, medical facilities, cafeterias, employee lounges, staircases, parking garages, restrooms and all other enclosed areas in the workplace. See additional information about the Manhattan College smoking policy

Is it possible to receive mail while staying on campus?

Yes, it is possible to receive mail at the college during the stay if it is brought to the attention to the Conference Services office advising what conference you are affiliated with.  Additional charges may apply for large package deliveries or extended services.

What is the nearest form of public transportation?

The nearest public transportation is the NYC MTA “#1” subway line which extends to lower Manhattan. MTA Metro Cards may be purchased in advance through our Conference Services office. MTA buses also run along Broadway just down the hill from campus and near the 242 St Subway station.

Is there parking available for conference guests?

Yes, parking is available through the Conference Services office which will require a short-term or long-term parking pass for the duration of your conference.  Check with Conference Services for overnight and extended stay parking rates.

Answers not found herein should be directed the Conference Services office at conferences@manhattan.edu