Main Gate Access Forms
Requests can only be made by BNL Employees
Access to BNL is controlled by permitting entrance only to those persons
who have official business at the Lab and only to those visitors who are
properly sponsored by a BNL employee.
Requests for individual visits and requests for properly
approved events with multiple visitors are handled on separate
Individual forms cannot be bookmarked, only this homepage can
be bookmarked -
Non-U.S. citizens must complete the
BNL Guest Registration Form to obtain a Lab guest number. Without a
guest number, Non-U.S. citizens will not be able to be processed at the
Laboratory's Main Gate.
All visitors to the Laboratory age 16 and over must bring a photo ID.
Login & FAQ Information How to Login -
Authorized users will be prompted with a login window when trying to
access the forms listed below. After the window
appears, users will then have to
Domain username and password into the correct form fields.
For Windows users, your BNL domain password is the same password used to login to your computer
in most cases. Users working on a UNIX platformwill not have
off their existing computer to access these forms, but will have to use their correct BNL
Accepted logins will then be directed to the selected form.
If you are experiencing problems, please contact the Main Gate Visitors Center (631.344.4720
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