Why Fordham College at Rose Hill?
Fordham College at Rose Hill provides the best of both worlds: personal attention and small class sizes combined with extensive resources and research opportunities. The college is committed to the Jesuit principle of cura personalis
, or the care of the whole person, and thus seeks to provide its students with both a nurturing environment and a challenging academic program
As a Jesuit
college, Fordham College at Rose Hill is a community in which students and faculty pursue learning and wisdom, explore the intersection of faith and reason, and work for the promotion of justice. The college is committed to educating men and women for and with others by offering students many opportunities
to work for social justice.
Located in New York City, Fordham College at Rose Hill encourages its students to be citizens of the world. The Rose Hill campus is situated across the street from the Bronx Zoo
, Arthur Avenue
, and the Botanical Gardens
. To this end, the college considers the city in which it is located both as an extension of its classrooms and a call to service, providing students with outstanding opportunities for cultural enrichment, internships, and community service.