Fordham University            The Jesuit University of New York

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Visiting Fordham is an excellent idea -- usually the best thing you can do to learn more about the University. 

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Decide which of our two undergraduate campuses you want to see (or both), explore available dates and visit options, and then schedule a visit online.

Most liberal arts majors are available at either of Fordham's campuses, and, starting in the fall of 2014, the Gabelli School of Business will have a presence at Lincoln Center.  The primary differences between Fordham's dynamic campusus lie in their environment, size, and location.

Fordham's Lincoln Center campus is located in midtown Manhattan, in one of the nation's premier cultural destinations. Situated on eight landscaped, self-contained 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. This is a bustling city campus, surrounded by taxis, street vendors and skyscrapers.  There is energy on the sidewalks. Professionals are arriving at the Time Warner Center in the morning and crowds descend upon Lincoln Center for performances at night.  The Lincoln Center campus is home to Fordham College at Lincoln Center.

Opening in the fall of 2014, the Gabelli School of Business at Lincoln Center is the new home of our Global Business majors, which include Digital Media & Technology, Global Finance & Business Economics, Management (with a focus on Healthcare), and Marketing (with a focus on Consumer Insight).

Fordham's Rose Hill campus is located in the Bronx, one of New York City's most diverse, multifaceted boroughs. The campus is spread across 85 green, leafy acres, adjacent to the Bronx Zoo and the New York Botanical Garden. Rose Hill feels like the quintessential college campus, with athletic fields, Gothic buildings and plenty of room to roam. Just outside the campus gates is Arthur Avenue, the heart of the city's original Little Italy; Fordham Plaza; and the Fordham Road station of the Metro-North commuter rail service, a comfortable 20-minute ride to another New York City icon: Grand Central Terminal.  The Rose Hill Campus is home to both Fordham College at Rose Hill and the Gabelli School of Business

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