Resources for Remote Instruction & Engagement

Faculty and staff are here to support our students through this unprecedented transition to remote instruction. Please see the resources below.

Technology questions or issues? Contact the IT department at 212-517-0580 or usersupport@mmm.eduStudents using Macs should contact Mac IT at

Student Remote Instruction Prep Sheet

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If you are having academic-related issues with your remote courses, please complete the form below, and someone from the Division of Academic Affairs will reach out to provide assistance:

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Important Information

  • Schedule for Remote Instruction


    Transition Period:
    Class Suspension and Faculty Training

    • Thursday, March 12
    • Friday, March 13
    • Monday, March 16
    • Tuesday, March 17

    In order to allow faculty to prepare for remote education delivery, there will be no classes.

    Please note: This class suspension is not meant to be a College closure or an indication of an immediate threat to our community. 


    Advisement Day

    Wednesday, March 18

    As always, there are no classes on Advisement Day.

    Advisement will take place remotely (by telephone or other electronic means), not on campus.


    Remote Instruction

    Thursday, March 19 through Friday, April 3

    The College will transition fully to remote education.

    All classes will take place online


    Spring Break

    Saturday, April 4 – Sunday, April 12

    There will be no classes, per the usual spring break schedule


    Remote Instruction

    Monday, April 13 – Thursday, May 21


    All classes will continue to take place online after spring break and through the end of the spring semester.
  • Remote Instruction & Large Gatherings

    On Thursday, March 19, the College will transition fully to remote instruction. This means that all course work must be done remotely. Our faculty is working incredibly hard to find solutions for providing the educational experience MMC is known for in a safe, healthy environment while adapting to the current global circumstances. Faculty are developing plans for remote teaching and will be communicating with students about how this will happen in their specific classes.

    In alignment with our shift to remote instruction, the College will also begin implementing a policy prohibiting large gatherings of 25 or more people in any campus buildings as of Thursday, March 19 and continuing until the end of the spring semester. More details regarding specific plans for rescheduling events or performances at a future date will be communicated as details are confirmed.

  • Building Access

    In his NYS on Pause executive order, Governor Cuomo announced that “all workers in non-essential businesses across New York state are required to stay home in an effort to combat the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.” In accordance with this guidance, only essential employees will be allowed into main campus buildings starting Sunday, March 22 at 8:00pm. Faculty and staff who have not been designated essential staff should not access their offices beyond March 22.

    To further limit the number of people on campus, the library will be completely closed starting tomorrow, Saturday, March 21, 2020. Any students who rely on the library for technology or Internet access necessary for remote instruction should email with information about your needs.

  • Off-Campus Teaching Locations

    Ballet Hispanico, MMAC, and Pearl Studios are closed to student access as of Thursday, March 12.

    Martha Graham Studios and York Theatre are closed to student access as of Thursday, March 19.

    Students who are enrolled in courses of study at our formalized consortiums at other institutions (including ICP, Pace, Hunter, etc.) are subject to the policies of those individual institutions. 

  • Dining Facilities

    Our food service operation is closed for the remainder of the semester; all of our off site vendors are open for pickup and delivery only.

    4th Floor Cafe Hours

    • Closed for the remainder of the spring semester (until Thursday, May 21)


    • Closed for the remainder of the spring semester (until Thursday, May 21)


    • Closed for the remainder of the spring semester (until Thursday, May 21)

    Questions? Please contact Ernie Watkins III, Director of Operations, at 212-517-0492.

  • Dow Zanghi Student Health Center

    The Dow Zanghi Student Health Center will remain fully operational during this period of remote instruction.

    Normal hours of operation are:

    Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays: 10:00am to 6:00pm


    If you develop cold or flu-like symptoms, call the Health Center at 212-759-5870 to report your symptoms and get guidance on any treatment or symptom monitoring that may be necessary. Avoid contact with others if you are ill.

  • Counseling and Wellness Center

    The Counseling & Wellness Center (CWC), Carson Hall Suite 806, plans to maintain regular hours during the transition period and the period of remote instruction.

    • Students who are already connected with CWC are welcome to meet with their counselors on site or may consider a tele-counseling option in consultation with their counselor. If you are interested in a remote option, please email your counselor directly or to discuss.
    • Students who are new to CWC should call 212-774-0700 or email and a CWC staff member will discuss scheduling an appointment with a counselor.



    Thursday, March 12 through Friday, April 3

    Hours of Operation:
    • Monday – Thursday: 9:00am – 7:00pm
    • Friday: 9:00am – 5:00pm
    Drop-In Hours:
    • Monday – Friday: 2:00pm –4:00 pm


    Spring Break
    Saturday, April 4 through Sunday, April 12

    Hours of Operation:
    • Monday – Friday: 9:00am – 5:00pm
    Drop-In Hours:
    • Monday – Friday: 2:00pm –4:00 pm


    Please note that these hours are subject to change should the campus need to close.

    Monitor the CWC website for the most up-to-date schedule.



    • Campus Safety: 212-517-0411
    • NYC Well: 1(800) 692-9355 or text WELL to 65173
    • Crisis Text Line: Text HOME to 741741
    • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1(800) 273-8255
    • Call 911
    • Go to the nearest hospital Emergency Room
  • Residence Halls

    The College requests that all residential students who can do so leave the residence halls and return home by Thursday, March 19 at 10pm.

    • If you have already left or will be leaving, please complete this form to notify the College of your plans.
    • The College will make limited housing available to students who demonstrate a need to stay. Any student who is concerned about their ability to travel home should complete this form immediately


    • All residential students who leave the residence halls will receive a prorated housing reimbursement from March 19, 2020 through the end of the semester. This includes all students who left prior to this week, and applies even if you have been unable to completely empty your room of all belongings. As long as you are no longer living in the residence halls after March 19, you will receive this reimbursement.
    • Reimbursements will not be applied to students who receive permission to remain in the residence halls for the remainder of the semester.


    • Students should take with them as many of their belongings as possible, especially any items essential to carrying on their education from home, such as laptops, textbooks, notebooks, essential papers, etc, and any valuables and indispensable items. We will provide instruction on how to retrieve items left behind as soon as plans are finalized.
    • The no guest policy remains in effect to protect the health and safety of our students, as well as their families. Families will be able to meet their students at the entrance of the building to help move any items, but only residential students will be allowed access to the rooms

Resources for Remote Instruction

  • Blackboard Resources

    Many of your instructors will be using Blackboard to hold remote classes. Please use the links below for instructions on logging into Blackboard Learn and the Blackboard App.

  • Zoom Resources

    Many professors will begin to use Zoom, a live web conferencing tool, to conduct online classes. Zoom allows instructors to hold classes virtually with many people at the same time from any physical location. 

    Your professors may also use Zoom for things like hosting a remote guest speaker, having class discussions, and enabling student presentations.

  • Free Internet Options

    In light of the COVID-19 outbreak, nearly 80 broadband and telephone services providers and commissions have signed on to what it’s calling the “Keep Americans Connected Pledge.” The agreement is aimed at ensuring residents and small businesses don’t lose broadband and phone service during the current pandemic, which has led to many service and employment disruptions.

    Check out this article for a list of companies (major providers, as well as local and regional companies) who have committed to fulfilling the pledge. These providers service a variety of regions and may not all be relevant.

    Please note that you are responsible for contacting individual providers yourself. The College is permitted to call on behalf of any student, faculty, or staff member.

  • Mac Resources for CMA, Art, and Theatre Students

  • Contact the IT Department (PC and General Support)

    Hours of Operation
    Monday–Friday, 7:30am–7:30pm

    Phone: 212-517-0580


  • Contact Mac IT

    Hours of Operation:
    Monday - Friday, 8:00am–8:00pm

    Phone: 212-517-0595


    Please note that during the period of remote instruction, there will be no student access to the Center for Producing labs and no access to the Media Center for equipment check-outs.

    Mac IT Resource Sheet

Upcoming Events

January 12th, 2021

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