You Can Make It Here. We Can Help. Fordham at Lincoln Center.
It’s the center of New York City. A subway ride to Wall Street. A stone’s throw from media giants. Across town from the United Nations. Steps to Central Park. Blocks from Broadway.
At Fordham's Lincoln Center campus, you’ll live and learn in a global capital of culture, finance, technology, fashion, and so much more. Nearly 90% of our students complete at least one internship. And professionals at the top of their fields come to classes as visiting faculty and guest speakers.
In fall 2014, we opened the doors to McKeon Hall — a soaring new residence tower on campus for 400 undergraduate students. This eco-friendly high-rise features modern bedroom suites, common living spaces, study lounges, a movie theater, a dining hall, and great views.
Two Colleges. One Campus.
Fordham College at Lincoln Center
A comprehensive arts and sciences college in the performing arts capital of the world
- Environmental Science, with prestigious research opportunities
- Fashion Studies (a minor), where Fashion Week happens right downtown
- Humanitarian Studies, with NYC-based internships at international agencies
- Integrative Neuroscience, offering a competitive edge in this fast-growing field
- Music, enhanced with new partnerships and performance opportunities
- New Media and Digital Design, drawing on visual arts, business, computer science, and communications
Gabelli School of Business at Lincoln Center
A cutting-edge Bachelor of Science in Global Business
- Digital Media and Technology, capitalizing on NYC’s tech boom
- Global Finance and Business Economics, with access to multinational executives and firms
- Management with a focus on healthcare, from policy to information technology
- Marketing with a focus on consumer insights, using perspectives from psychology and anthropology
All Gabelli School students complete core courses in liberal arts and business, and choose from many electives and study-abroad options.
Who We’re Looking For
We’re looking for people who look at a school like Fordham and a city like New York and feel their heart swell because they’re already imagining what they can do. We’re looking for people who see college as a chance to engage with the world—its people, its cultures, its urgent problems, and its enduring questions.