Fordham University, an independent institution offering an education based in the Jesuit tradition, has two major campuses in New York City. The Rose Hill campus is an 85-acre campus located next to the New York Botanical Garden and the Bronx Zoo. The Lincoln Center campus, with a 20-story residence hall, is located in the middle of Manhattan, across from one of the world's greatest cultural centers, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts.
Fordham has four full-time undergraduate colleges, and six graduate/professional schools, offering a broad range of studies in liberal arts and sciences, business administration, social service, education and law. Pre-professional studies in law and medicine are popular programs, as well as the opportunity to study abroad. Fordham also works with more than 2,000 organizations in the New York metropolitan area to arrange internships for students in fields such as business, communications, medicine, law and education.
Office of Undergraduate Admission, Duane Library, 441 East Fordham Rd., Bronx, NY, 10458
Fordham University, Lincoln Center Campus- 113 West 60th St., New York, NY 10023; phone: 212.636.6710
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Varsity Sports: Women's: basketball, cheerleading, cross-country, indoor/outdoor track, rowing, soccer, softball, swimming/diving, tennis, volleyball. Men's: baseball, basketball, cross-country, football, golf, indoor/outdoor track, soccer, squash, swimming/diving, tennis, water polo.
Club Sports: baseball, basketball, crew, ice hockey, lacrosse, rugby, sailing, soccer, ultimate frisbee.
Clubs and Activities
Fordham offers over 185 clubs including: nearly two dozen multicultural organizations; over one dozen in the performing arts; one of the nation's best debate teams; active student governing bodies; several groups with a sociopolitical or service orientation; and many pre-professional societies. Check out Fordham's student life at http://www.fordham.edu/info/21466/student_organizations
Enrollment for Fall 2015
46% enrolled in top 10% of high school class
SAT verbal range: 580 – 670
SAT math range: 590 – 680
ACT range: 27 – 31
96% have a high school GPA of 3.0 or higher
4% have a high school GPA of 2.0 to less than 3.0
|Undergraduate Students||Graduate Students|
|% Black / African American||5.3%||not available|
|% Asian||9.5%||not available|
|% Hispanic / Latino||13.6%||not available|
|% White, Non-Hispanic||58.9%||not available|
|% American Indian / Alaskan Native||0.1%||not available|
|% Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander||0.1%||not available|
|% International / Nonresident Alien||7.1%||not available|
|% Two or more races||3.8%||not available|
|% Unknown Race / Ethnicity||1.5%||not available|
Tuition Information for 2015-2016
Financial Aid Deadlines
Transfers: Common Application; final HS transcript; college transcripts; essay; letter of recommendation or letter of good standing from Dean of University Registrar; faculty letter of recommendation not required but encouraged; SAT or ACT waived for applicants with more than 30 credit hours.
International: Results from an English language proficiency exam required.