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  Studying at Lincoln Center
 
 

Here, students engage in a traditionally strong Fordham education that is founded on a challenging core curriculum and enriched by the resources of Manhattan.
A freshman seminar and a senior seminar in values frame the core curriculum, reinforcing the habits of mind that distinguish Fordham students and that enable them to make connections among the various liberal arts disciplines that can be pursued as majors for a Bachelor of Arts or Science degree.

Dedicated faculty encourage students to confront the most pressing critical and ethical questions in the study of English, Philosophy, Theology, History and the entire array of liberal arts disciplines such as Political Science, Natural Science, Economics and Psychology. State-of-the-art facilities allow students to pursue majors in Visual Arts, Theatre and Communications.

Fordham College at Lincoln Center's extensive community service programs afford students the opportunity to learn outside the traditional classroom and to act with compassion in the tradition of Christian humanism. Devoted not only to serving the disenfranchised of New York, programs like Urban Plunge and Global Outreach serve the students as well, helping them to sort through the compelling issues of modern life: those of justice, equality, diversity, faith and human dignity.

We invite you now to explore how Fordham College at Lincoln Center's history, faculty, academic programs, facilities and support systems all work to define the best qualities in our students and the best values in their thoughts.

 

 
 

Distinctive to Fordham College at Lincoln Center is our affiliation with the renowned Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater through which dancers may earn a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree.

 
 
Fast Fordham Fact
The Lincoln Center Campus was established in 1961 on eight landscaped acres adjacent to Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. About 8,000 professional and undergraduate students attend, with approximately 853 in residence in apartment-style housing.

 

 

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