Living on Campus at Lincoln Center
New York, New York
Living on campus at Lincoln Center is living in the heart of it all. Our neighborhood is culturally rich and mere blocks away from Central Park, Times Square, and the Hudson River.
In Fall 2014, we opened the doors to McKeon Hall which is home to over 400 first-year Lincoln Center students. This new, 12-story residence hall atop the new Fordham Law School building includes a small movie theater, new dining hall and killer views of the Upper West Side.
At 20 stories, McMahon Hall is home to over 850 undergraduate, law and graduate business students featuring fully-furnished two and three-bedroom apartments with one or two bathrooms, a living/dining room area and a kitchen.
Living in McKeon Hall or McMahon Hall requires a balance between independent and shared living. Compromise, tolerance, and responsibility are essential to maintaining this balance.
The residential life community is one in which independence is celebrated and participation in the residential, University, and New York City communities is encouraged.
Important Upcoming Information
May 2016 Move-out Dates
(more detailed information about checking out of the residence hall will be emailed to your Fordham email and provided at your end of the semester floor meeting with your Resident Assistant)
Wednesday, May 18th at Noon
All McKeon/undergraduate/graduate students not staying for the summer
Thursday, May 19th at Noon
Law students not staying for the summer
Sunday, May 22nd at Noon
All graduating undergraduate and graduate students
Friday, May 27th at Noon
First Year Law students participating in the Writing Competition
All approved (from the Office of Residential Life and Alvin Ailey) Ailey students participating in the Spring performance