Fordham's Rose Hill campus is located in the Bronx, one of New York's most diverse, multifaceted boroughs; only a 20-minute ride from Grand Central Terminal. The quintessential college campus is spread across 85 green, leafy acres, with several athletic fields and distinguished Gothic buildings. Rose Hill is home to the undergraduate schools of Fordham College at Rose Hill and the Gabelli School of Business.
Fordham's Lincoln Center campus is located in midtown Manhattan, in one of the nation's premier cultural destinations. Situated on eight landscaped acres, the campus is adjacent to the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts and a few blocks from Central Park, Columbus Circle, and the headquarters of major media corporations. In fall 2014, a new 22-story building opened to house undergraduate residents and the Fordham Law School. The campus is also home to the undergraduate school of Fordham College at Lincoln Center and the global business program of the Gabelli School of Business.
Campus Facilities & Equipment
Our athletic facilities include fitness centers and sports fields; the Vince T. Lombardi Memorial Center for intramurals, swimming, water polo, and track; and the Walsh Athletic Training Center, a 3,200-square-foot varsity weight training and conditioning facility.
Our award-winning public radio station, WFUV 90.7 FM, pulls in about 350,000 listeners each week. Students are active in all operations of the station, now in its 69th year.
Fordham's libraries house more than 2.2 million volumes and offer access to extensive library archives and special collections. The William D. Walsh Family Library at Rose Hill is also home to the Fordham Museum of Greek, Etruscan, and Roman Art.
Fordham's biological field station, the Louis Calder Center, is set on 113-forested acres in Armonk, N.Y.
Fordham's 12,000-square-foot Visual Arts Complex at the Lincoln Center campus includes drawing studios; a computer imaging lab; film and video editing screening facilities; an architectural workspace; and two galleries.
Fordham is home to the oldest Catholic university press in America, Fordham University Press, with 500 titles in print and $1 million in sales every year.
Fordham offers essential labs and equipment for students studying in a range of fields, including chemistry, biology, and the languages. Students in communications and media studies take advantage of the Edward Walsh Digital Media lab, a fully equipped multimedia lab, and AVID editing equipment. And our undergraduates benefit from a University-wide network of more than 200 technology-enabled classrooms.
New York is the nation's biggest college town, with more than 500,000 students enrolled in dozens of college and universities. The Manhattan location of Fordham's Lincoln Center campus is near the biggest, the best, and the most of everything in the city: the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the United Nations, Wall Street and SoHo, Broadway and Chinatown, Harlem, and Times Square. Students can take advantage of the city's clean, fast, efficient public transportation system, and find ways of volunteering, performing, interning-to join an exceptionally inclusive local community. The Rose Hill campus is in the heart of the Borough of Parks, the home of the Yankees, the origin of a million immigrant success stories: The Bronx. It's home to the country's largest metropolitan zoo-the Bronx Zoo; and one of the country's premier urban gardens and plant research facilities-the New York Botanical Garden.