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Visiting Campus

Access to Campus 

Photograph of entrance to Manhattan College campus Quad with signage about social distancing (six feet) while on campus.

Visitors to Manhattan College are required to be fully vaccinated in order to enter campus. Upon arrival, visitors may be asked to show proof of vaccination (a hard copy or digital photo of vaccination card or NYS Excelsior Pass) and a photo ID (drivers license, passport or school ID). Visitors will be asked to show a green pass via the Visitors Daily Symptom Tracker

The department hosting an event is responsible for conducting check-in and providing the staff necessary for checking these COVID-19 protocols. Departments may request assistance or staffing from the One Manhattan office.

Vendors who are on campus for a specific, limited purpose (less than 15 minutes) do not need to show proof of vaccination or fill out the Visitors Daily Symptom Tracker.

On-Campus Events

Internal community members attending on-campus events must show a green pass. 

External community members attending on-campus events may be asked to show proof of full vaccination (vaccination card - hard copy or digital photo or NYS Excelsior Pass), photo ID (drivers license, passport or school ID). They will be asked to show a green pass via the Visitors Daily Symptom Tracker

The department hosting an event is responsible for conducting check-in and providing the staff necessary for checking these COVID-19 protocols. Departments may request assistance or staffing from the One Manhattan office.

Athletic Events on Campus

Visit this page for the College’s updated spectator policy: 

COVID-19 Spectator Policy

Community Citizenship

Reflecting Manhattan’s Lasallian values, it is expected that all members of the College community are respectful of others’ health concerns and exhibit proper behavior when interacting in the community surrounding campus.

The local neighborhood is home to vulnerable populations that may be disproportionately impacted by the virus and/or may have limited access to healthcare. 

Buildings and Facilities

In order to preserve health and safety on the Manhattan campus, the College has implemented enhanced signage, cleaning and disinfecting protocols per CDC guidelines, and facilities will be well-stocked with hand-washing and cleaning supplies.