Office of Residential Life
Kimberly A. Russell, Assistant Dean of Students and Director of Residential Life
Rose Hill Campus, Loschert Hall Basement
The University provides housing for approximately 3300 students in 15 residential facilities on and off campus. The Office of Residential Life is committed to a vision of creating a community in the residence halls in order to enhance Fordham students’ educational experience, personal growth, and sense of responsibility. Residence halls are staffed with professional staff members (Resident Directors and Resident Assistants) and Faculty/Jesuit(s) in Residence. The staff works with students to create an environment that fosters respect and promotes a sense of community through a variety of social, cultural, educational, service, and spiritual programs. As such, the staff challenges students to reach their academic potential and become men and women for and with others.
A handbook for residential students is available at the Office of Residential Life, at each Residence Hall Office (RHO), and online. Students with suggestions, ideas and/or questions are invited to speak with any member of the Residential Life staff or stop by the Central Office located in Loschert Hall Basement.
Updated August 2014