Upperclassmen 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).

For Upperclass students, there are six unique opportunities to live in an Integrated Learning Community:

Campbell and Salice-Conley Residential College
Integrated Learning Community for Global Business (ILCGB)
The West Wing: Integrated Learning Community for Ignatian Leadership and Civic Service
The Wellness Integrated Learning Community
Upperclass Science Integrated Learning Community (SILC2)
Tierney Sophomore Year Experience

Please read through information on each of these six unique opportunities before selecting your top choice! Each ILC page contains important information about program requirements, participation expectations, and application information.

To Apply: 
To apply for an Upperclassmen Integrated Learning Community, please visit  http://tinyurl.com/ILC1415
(Please make sure you have prepared the essays for your ILC application. Essay questions can be found in the individual ILC webpages linked above.)

*Campbell and Salice-Conley Residential College do not have an application process. Students select this community through the Housing Selection Process.

Please contact Joshua Conway (Area Coordinator for Integrated Learning Communities) with any questions regarding the Integrated Learning Communities (jconway28@fordham.edu).

Site   | Directories
Submit Search Request