The One Manhattan: Office of Campus Health and Safety was established to ensure a safe return to campus, oversee logistics, and coordinate the implementation of policies, procedures, health and safety guidelines, and the Campus Ambassador program.
New and/or updated temporary employee policies regarding remote work, leave, and training, as well as additional community policies will be put in place by Human Resources.
Reporting health & safety non-compliance
Members of the College community can report non-compliance with the One Manhattan Health and Safety Guidance using this form.
The guidance is available here. These reports will be received by the Dean of Students Office and assigned to a hearing officer for review and action.
One Manhattan: Campus Ambassador Program
The One Manhattan Campus Ambassador program consists of volunteers (students, faculty, staff, and administrators) who educate and encourage the practice of safe and healthy measures for our campus community.
The College's ongoing enrollment for Campus Ambassadors is vital for keeping our community safe and needed to help educate and encourage safe practices. To sign up to be part of the One Manhattan Campus Ambassador program, please complete the online application form.
If you have any questions, please contact Thelma Collado at email@example.com.
The One Manhattan Pledge
Jaspers care about each other — that is what makes Manhattan College such a special place to live and learn. Protecting ourselves and one another is more important now than ever before. The One Manhattan Pledge is our way of taking responsibility for the health and safety of our community and taking the necessary steps to prevent the spread of COVID-19. We are encouraging every member of our campus community to review the pledge; if possible, read it out loud; remember why it is important; and sign it. Together we are One Manhattan. Please take the pledge, which you can find here.
One Manhattan - Office of Campus Health & Safety
The One Manhattan – Office of Campus Health and Safety, serves as a central point of contact for the various College offices, departments and constituencies to address safety concerns, facilitate scheduling and accommodations, coordinate screening, contact tracing and testing protocols, ensure compliance with regulatory and other mandates, recommend additional guidelines and protocols, assist with communications, gather and maintain relevant health data, and perform any additional duties as needed.
The following members of the Manhattan community are serving the College in this important office.
The Campus Health and Safety office is coordinating with the Task Force co-chairs, campus departments, students, and employees of the College to maintain compliance with the guidelines and policies proposed by the Return to Campus Task Force and subsequent operational committees, as well as evolving governmental mandates