All visitors to the Manhattan College campus are required to show proof of vaccination (vaccination card - hard copy or digital photo or NYS Excelsior Pass), photo ID (drivers license, passport or school ID) and a green pass via the Visitors Daily Symptom Tracker.
The department host is responsible for checking each visitor's proof of vaccination, photo ID and green pass. Visitors must adhere to the latest mask and social distancing guidelines which can be found by visiting this page. 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.
The event host is responsible for checking each internal and external community member's proof of vaccination.
Internal community members attending on-campus events must show proof of vaccination by showing your green pass (with a Key to NYC designation required in certain campus venues).
External community members attending an on-campus event must show proof of vaccination (vaccination card - hard copy or digital photo or NYS Excelsior Pass), photo ID (drivers license, passport or school ID) and a green pass via the Visitors Daily Symptom Tracker.
For more information on how Manhattan College is complying with the New York City Executive Order 225, please visit this page.
All event attendees must adhere to the latest mask and social distancing guidelines which can be found by visiting this page.
Athletic Events on Campus
All fans at indoor and outdoor athletic events on campus need to show proof of vaccination and adhere to updated policies from the Manhattan College Department of Intercollegiate Athletics. Visit this page for the College’s updated spectator policy:
Resident students may now have visitors as per housing guidelines; however, they are only permitted to have Manhattan College enrolled students as visitors in the residence halls during the fall semester.Students must have a green pass to visit the residence halls.
Reflecting Manhattan’s Lasallian values, it is expected that all members of the College community are respectful of others’ health concerns and exhibit proper PPE use and care 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.