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  • Spring 2021 Housing and Course Info, Latest Test Results | October 22, 2020

    To the Manhattan College community,

    In the last 14 days, 758 tests were completed on campus with 0 positive results, with 236 results pending. 

    During that same time period, Health Services processed an additional 137 results from off-campus testing sites with 1 positive test result recorded. 

    During the past 14 days, the positive test rate for the College is 0.15%. As a point of comparison, the positive test rate for New York City was 1.1% on Wednesday, October 21.

    The College is publishing weekly updates of testing and quarantine data on this public dashboard.

    Upcoming Student Town Hall: Preparing for Spring 2021

    The Return to Campus co-chairs will be holding a town hall meeting for all students on Tuesday, October 27 at 3:30 p.m. Student Government president Shannon Gleba will moderate the session.

    You may join the livestream of the Google Meet here. Please send any questions in advance of the meeting to 

    Apply for Spring 2021 Housing

    We are encouraging off-campus remote students, who are able and willing, to return to campus for in-person learning, including both commuters and resident students.

    Resident students can click here to apply for housing for the Spring 2021 semester. Fall residents do not have to re-apply for spring housing.

    Spring 2021 Courses

    For spring 2021, there will be no need to for students to declare themselves as a remote or in-person learner.

    Students will simply register for their classes based on their preference and class availability. This is a different situation than the fall 2020 term when we were dealing with class schedules that were already set, but no knowledge of which courses would be offered exclusively remotely. 

    Students now have the opportunity to select in-person, on-campus course sections knowing that their choices will be more predictable and stable. We already know the vast majority of courses that must be remote-only.

    Any changes in course status either from in-person to remote-only or remote-only to in-person will be communicated as soon as we know of a change.

    Have a great rest of your week.


    Steven Schreiner, Richard Satterlee and Tamara Britt

    Steering Committee Co-Chairs