Alcohol & Other Drug Education Program
The Alcohol and Other Drug Education Program strongly believes that you can talk about your personal concerns, as well as your care for family and friends, in a confidential manner through our open door policy. We are here as an advocate on your behalf.
RISE (Raising Interest in the Social Community)
Peer Educators focus on educating the Lincoln Center community in the areas of alcohol, drugs, and other drug alternatives. They promote social responsibility within Fordham, and help to advance the social, moral and intellectual development of the members of FCLC. Peer Educators have promoted several alcohol and other awareness campaigns on campus including but not limited to; Red Ribbon Week a national alcohol awareness week, Safe Spring Break Week, and Educational forums for all students on various topics related to alcohol and other drugs.
RISE, a student organization, aims to create programming that educates the Fordham community on important subjects such as health and wellness, alcohol and other drug use and abuse, diversity issues and healthy relationships.
Passport~NYC, an alcohol and drug-free off-campus guide to the neighborhood and the city. It lists and rates restaurants and attractions in each neighborhood of Manhattan and the Bronx. Passport Programming contains monthly programs offering free activities out of Passport~NYC to students. First year and transfer students get Passport~NYC in their orientation bags. Copies are also available in the Office of Student Leadership and Community Development in Lowenstein, Room 408.
Campus Ministry seeks to foster the integral growth of all the University community members, but especially focuses on the personal, spiritual, and moral development of its students, thereby complementing the work of other departments and divisions in pursuit of Fordham’s overall mission. Find their Lincoln Center office in Lowenstein, Room 217, or contact (212) 636-6267.
Counseling & Psychological Services
The mission of Counseling & Psychological Services is to assist students in maintaining their optimum level of mental health and wellness so that they are best able to achieve their goals. Find their Lincoln Center office in McMahon Hall, Room 211, or contact (212) 636-6225