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March 16, 2020

Updates about Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

MSM is deeply committed to ensuring the health, safety, and well-being of all our community members.

Due to the evolving nature of the situation related to the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), the School’s senior leadership is closely monitoring the official communications from government and health organizations.

We also continue to monitor US, state, and local health agencies and are in close contact with New York State’s Commission on Independent Colleges and Universities (CICU).

  • This page includes details of comprehensive changes in operating procedures as of March 11th through the end of this month.

The page also includes health recommendations and travel advisories relating to the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). The School’s senior leadership continues to monitor the situation and will provide further updates as necessary.

Current Actions and Recommendations

MSM Spring Break extended through Sunday, March 22

We are extending spring break through Sunday, March 22, and no regular classes, rehearsals, lessons, or performances will take place.

股票会不会爆仓Students living in Andersen Hall may continue to live on campus during this extension, and the cafeteria remains open (Mon-Fri 9am-5pm, Sat-Sun 8am-4pm).


MSM will move to online learning beginning March 23 through May 1.

Students will be sent information during the week of March 16 via email by Provost Griggs, our chief academic officer, concerning logistics of how classes will be delivered for the rest of the semester.

Should the situation allow, we are planning that the semester be extended at least two weeks through the end of May (and possibly into June) to allow for a week or two of performances, as well as lessons that remain to be taught.


All MSM performances between now and May 1 have been cancelled or delayed.

股票会不会爆仓We plan to present our major performances (for example, orchestra; large jazz ensembles; opera; musical theatre) and perhaps others during May, if possible.


There are no in-person Precollege activities March 14 and March 21, and this suspension of Precollege activities will now include March 28 and April 4

Although in-person activities are suspended and the campus is closed through these dates, Dean Sawatsky, with Provost Griggs, is working with the Precollege faculty to determine remote learning activities for March 21 and beyond. A communication regarding these next steps will be sent out early next week. Please direct any questions or concerns you may have regarding Precollege activities to Dean Sawatsky at ksawatsky@jackito.com

Campus Visitor restrictions

Our main building remains open, but only to the MSM Community with current IDs and vendors necessary for our operations.  No one else will be allowed in this building.

Our residence building, Andersen Hall will remain open only to those currently living there.

The cafeteria remains open.


Travel Advisory

股票会不会爆仓As a general rule, MSM recommends that, wherever possible, students, faculty, and staff avoid all non-essential travel at this time.

股票会不会爆仓We are asking MSM students, faculty, and staff to use this form to register all future travel beyond the Tri-State Region (NY, NJ, and CT). We also request that any past travel since February 1, 2020 be registered on the form, if  that travel went beyond the Tri-State Region (NY, NJ, CT).

Strict attention to hygiene

MSM has adopted enhanced measures with regard to campus cleaning and disinfecting, including spraying with disinfectant all high-touch areas such as elevator call buttons, door knobs, and piano keys.


Looking Ahead

The School’s senior leadership continues to monitor the situation and will provide further updates as necessary.

Members of MSM’s senior leadership, including our President, Provost, CFO, Dean of Students, Campus Health Nurse, and others, are tracking, soliciting, and receiving up-to-date information about how college campuses best address this emerging event, and we will continue to communicate email updates to keep our community informed.

股票会不会爆仓Manhattan School of Music is following the guidance of the CDC, World Health Organization (WHO), U.S. State Department, and New York State County Health Department (New York City) regarding current medical thinking and travel restrictions/advisories related to this outbreak.

The buttons below navigate to their websites, and we encourage all community members to stay current on the latest recommendations.