Stop by the registration table to pick up your event tickets and enjoy light refreshments while mingling with other families. University staff and students will be on hand to welcome you, answer your questions and provide information about the University, surrounding neighborhood and local restaurants.
9am: Continental Breakfast
Join us for a light breakfast to start your day while socializing with other proud Fordham families.
9am-11am: Sibling Sleepover Program: Rams & Games
Come eat breakfast and show your ram spirit with field games out on the lawn!
10am-11:30am: Parents’ University: A Classroom Experience
After enjoying a light breakfast and a brief welcome address from Rev. Joseph M. McShane, S.J., president of Fordham University, parents can experience a class presented by some of Fordham’s finest faculty.
11am-1:30pm: Game Day Lunch
Join us before the football game and enjoy hot dogs, sub sandwiches, chili, cornbread and many of your other pregame favorites.
*$18 per person / lunch included in Sibling Sleepover registration
1pm: Fordham University Football Game
Join your student to watch the hard-hitting action and cheer on our Rams as they take on Colgate University. Go Rams!
*$10 per person / Fordham students and Sibling Sleepover participants may attend free of charge
4:30pm: Family Weekend Mass
Come together to worship at the University’s family liturgy. Rev. Joseph M. McShane, S.J., president of Fordham University will be the celebrant.
6pm: Maroon Mainstage
Come for a showcase of Fordham’s finest talent and witness our various performing groups in action. Light refreshments will be provided.
Evening: Dine on Arthur
Haven’t been to the famous Arthur Ave yet? Now is the perfect time. Join your family for a delicious dinner at any of Arthur’s fabulous restaurants before another night with your Ram.
8pm: Sibling Sleepover Program: Snacks and a Movie
Join us for a Halloween themed movie and box office snacks!
9:30pm: Sibling Sleepover Program: Haunted Tours of Rose Hill
After the movie, get ready to be spooked on a stroll through campus, guided by some of our Fordham students.