Library Building Access for Guests of Current Manhattan College Personnel
Guests of Manhattan College personnel are welcome, but only if accompanied by a current Manhattan College student, faculty member, staff member, or administrator. Certain family members of alumni may also use the Library, but only if accompanied by the alumnus.
Accompanied guests do not need to register before visiting the Library. However, you will need to bring two things with you:
1. photo ID
2. a Visitor’s Green Pass (see below).
You must also sign in at the Circulation Desk.
To get your Green Pass, you’ll need to complete the Visitor version of the COVID-19 Symptom Tracker each time you visit (i.e., on the day of each visit, before you arrive). The form takes just a few seconds to complete. Each time, the system will issue a Visitor’s Green Pass. You may be asked for your Green Pass when you park on campus or when you enter the library building.
Masks are recommended for high-risk individuals and for those who have tested positive for COVID-19. If you would like a mask, please ask for one at the Circulation Desk.
You are welcome to use the Library’s computers or to use your own laptop. To use the Library’s computers, please ask at the Circulation Desk for the guest password. Printing, scanning, and copying are free, but please print double-sided, if possible.
As a visitor, you’ll have access to all our online resources—databases, journals, etc.—only when you’re physically on campus. Guests of current Manhattan College personnel are not eligible to borrow books or DVDs for use outside the Library.
During the last week of classes and the week of final exams, the library building is open only to current Manhattan College students, faculty, staff, and administrators.
If you need to park on campus—in the parking garage near 4570 Manhattan College Parkway—please contact Valerie Jimenez with the date of your visit, your approximate arrival and departure times, and a very brief description of your vehicle.
If you have any questions, please contact Valerie Jimenez.