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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.All visitors to the Manhattan College campus must check in with Public Safety and provide their destination. 

Guests to campus are required to fill out the Visitors Daily Symptom Tracker and obtain a green pass. The event organizer is responsible for checking each event participant's green pass upon room entry. 

Anyone may wear a mask on campus if they choose to, while certain guests may be required to. Fully vaccinated guests are not required to wear a mask on campus (indoors or outdoors) and guests who are not fully vaccinated are required to wear a mask on campus when indoors, except when seated and eating.

Residence Halls

We are excited to welcome students back to the residence halls for the fall semester. See this page for information on move-in, which is scheduled to take place from August 23-28.


Resident students are permitted two guests to assist with fall move-in. Anyone may wear a mask on campus; however all unvaccinated guests are required to wear a mask on campus while indoors.


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.

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 social distancing, 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.