Integrated Learning Communities

Fordham University has a proud history of approaching learning in a distinctly Jesuit way, one that assures that learning occurs inside and outside the classroom, unites heart and mind and develops in our students authentic conscience, character and intellect. Fordham students at the Rose Hill campus can choose from a variety of residence halls intentionally designed to pursue these goals, which integrate our renowned intellectual tradition with experience-based learning.  We call these special places Integrated Learning Communities (ILCs).

Our First Year Opportunities:

Loyola Residential College and the Manresa Program

Queen’s Court Residential College

Science Integrated Learning Community
Our Sophomore Year opportunities:

Integrated Learning Community for Global Business (ILC-GB)*

The West Wing: Integrated Learning Community for Ignatian Leadership and Civic Service *

Wellness Housing *+

Science Integrated Learning Community II *+

Tierney Sophomore Year Experience

Our Junior and Senior Year opportunities:

Campbell and Salice-Conley Residential Colleges
* These ILCs are also open to rising juniors.
+ Residents of these ILCs are able to retain their spots in the community for multiple academic years.

You will notice that each of these communities has its own focus, specific goals, architecture, amenities and style. Each, however, is looking for members of the incoming class who are committed to something more—what we at Fordham call "the magis.” Throughout their college experience, students can take advantage of these unique housing experiences. We invite you to take a look at what these communities offer.  You are sure to find one where your gifts and ambitions can be realized and where your training as a leader-in-service can begin.

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