Where intellect, culture, and career opportunities converge.
• 16,037 students attend nine undergraduate, graduate, and pre-professional schools.
Two Residential Campuses
• Rose Hill, 85 acres in the Bronx
• Lincoln Center, eight acres in Manhattan
Undergraduate Colleges and Enrollment
• Fordham College at Rose Hill: 4,081
• Gabelli School of Business (at Rose Hill and Lincoln Center): 2,575
• Fordham College at Lincoln Center: 2,104
• 735 full-time faculty
• 93% with a PhD or other terminal degree
• Student-faculty ratio: 15:1
• Average class size: 22
• Tuition and fees 2018–2019: $52,687
• Room and board: $17,969
• 90% of enrolled first-year students receive some type of financial aid.
• 22 NCAA Division I sports
• Full range of club and intramural sports
• Atlantic 10 Conference; Patriot League for football
• Middle Atlantic Conference for Water Polo
(All undergraduates, fall 2017)
• Women: 57.5%; men: 42.5%
• Underrepresented populations, 28.2%: Hispanic, 14.3%; Asian, 9.8%; Black, 3.9%; two or more racial or ethnic groups, 3.4%; Native American, 0.1%
• Geographical origins: 46 US states; Washington, DC; Puerto Rico; Federated States of Micronesia; Guam; Virgin Islands; and 74 countries
Accountancy (150 credits) RH
Accounting (120 credits) RH
• Accounting Information Systems RH
• African & African American Studies
• American Studies
• Applied Accounting and Finance RH
• Art History
• Biological Sciences RH
• Business Administration RH
• Chemistry RH
• Classical Civilization
• Classical Languages
• Communication and Culture
• Comparative Literature
• Computer Science
• Dance (by audition only) LC
• Digital Technologies and Emerging Media
• Engineering Physics RH
• Environmental Science
• Environmental Studies
• Film and Television
• Finance RH
• French Language and Literature
• French Studies
• General Science RH
• German Language and Literature
• German Studies
• Global Business LC
• Humanitarian Studies LC
• Individualized Interdisciplinary Major
• Information Sciences
• Information Systems RH
• Integrative Neuroscience
• Interdisciplinary Math and Economics
• International Political Economy RH
• International Studies LC
• Italian Language and Literature
• Italian Studies
• Latin American and Latino Studies
• Marketing RH
• Math and Computer & Information Sciences
• Medieval Studies
• Middle East Studies
• Natural Science LC
• New Media and Digital Design LC
• Physics RH
• Political Science
• Religious Studies
• Social Work (BASW)
• Spanish Language and Literature
• Spanish Studies
• Theatre (by audition only) LC
• Theology Religious Studies
• Urban Studies
• Visual Arts
• Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
Students are required to pursue the majority of course work at specific campuses where indicated:
RH Rose Hill campus
LC Lincoln Center campus
Applicants interested in pursuing one of these majors but who wish to apply to a different campus than that listed can seek approval from the Dean of the College after enrollment as part of first-year academic advising.
Fordham also offers a broad range of minors and areas of concentration; for more information, call 718-817-4000, write to firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit fordham.edu.
A Fordham education blends arigorous curriculum with the resources, culture, and energy of New York City—a unique combination by any measure. Fordham students serve as interns at the United Nations and are mentored by CEOs of Fortune 500 companies. They win Google Lime Scholarships and capture prestigious Fulbright Fellowships, continuing their studies and service around the world. As the Jesuit University of New York, Fordham is a place where talent and intellect are nurtured and dreams are achieved.
Students choose from more than 60 majors in the liberal arts, sciences, and business and complete a rich core curriculum that spans literature, history, science, theology, philosophy, and the arts. Special offerings include honors programs, involvement in original research, study abroad, dual-degree programs with Fordham’s six graduate schools, and pre-professional programs in architecture, law, medicine, and other health professions. The innovative International Political Economy program explores the complexities of the world’s increasingly interdependent and politicized economies from an interdisciplinary perspective. Taking advantage of its location in a world center for the arts, Fordham offers a BFA in Dance through a unique partnership with The Ailey School. Additionally, the program in Theatre provides the finest training with a faculty of leading New York City professionals.
Fordham students regularly win prestigious scholarships and fellowships—Fulbright, Gates-Cambridge, Goldwater, Truman, and National Science Foundation, to name a few. In 2017, 118 students received prestigious awards and fellowships. The Campion Institute for the Advancement of Intellectual Excellence, also known as the Office for Prestigious Fellowships, is designed to shepherd students through the process.
New York is our campus
Fordham draws students from aroundthe globe who want to live and learn while immersed in the diversity and opportunity of a world capital. Students benefit from an extensive internship program, which includes 2,600 New York–based partner organizations in business, communications, education, government, health care, biomedical research, law, the arts, and other fields.
New York City not only provides unparalleled internship and career advantages but also a never-ending list of things to see and do, from Broadway theatre, museums, and music to major league sports or a bike ride through Central Park.
Two distinct locations
Fordham has two residential campuses. Rose Hill, adjacent to the New York Botanical Garden and the Bronx Zoo, is a quintessential green, leafy college campus featuring beautiful Gothic architecture. The Lincoln Center campus is located in the cultural heart of New York City, a landscaped urban oasis near Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Central Park, Columbus Circle, and the headquarters of major international organizations. Both campuses are easily accessible by public and private transportation. Enjoying the academic and student life of both is convenient with the University’s Ram Van service, which operates between the two campuses.
More than 180 student organizations offer a remarkable range of activities. Student life programming also capitalizes on the resources of New York City and a mosaic of cultural experiences. An extensive athletics program includes 22 varsity sports and a range of club and intramural sports. Reflecting the values-centered education that is a Fordham hallmark, students engage in one million total hours of service each year, locally and in distant corners of the world.
With its two distinctive residential campuses, Jesuit traditions of academic excellence and care for each student, and the great city of New York as its partner, Fordham offers students virtually unlimited opportunities for learning and personal growth. Find out why Fordham students say, “New York is my campus. Fordham is my school.”