Fordham University            The Jesuit University of New York

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New York City

As an international center for both culture and commerce,
New York City has no equal.

It is here that many of the nation's most ambitious young men and women come to make their mark in the arts, communications, business, finance, education, publishing, science, social science, the law, and international politics. For more than 150 years, Fordham University has been a vital part of this exciting city, offering its students an education that is equally as stimulating - as well as personally and professionally fulfilling.

New York City offers Fordham students a campus without peer. Across the street from the Rose Hill campus are two of the world's most distinguished biological research facilities: The New York Botanical Garden and the Wildlife Conservation Society, more commonly known as The Bronx Zoo. The Lincoln Center campus has as its next-door neighbor the world's premier performing arts complex, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, and the most famous park in the world, Central Park. Even suburban Tarrytown students are a short, scenic train ride away from the vast resources of New York City.

You can explore New York City online through the Official New York City Web Site or through the New York Convention and Visitors Bureau . All offer information on sightseeing, shopping, restaurants, hotel accommodations, entertainment, and the like. For Bronx specific information, The Bronx Tourism Council has established a web site too.

You might also visit these additional areas of interest in New York City:

 South Street Seaport

 NYC Ballet

 NYC Opera

 United Nations


 City of New York

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