Nothing beats visiting Fordham.
Here’s your chance to get beyond a web page and feel what we’re all about: to see the neighborhoods, to talk to the faculty, to ride the subways.
There are tours, but you can also sit in on an information session led by an admissions counselor, learn more about the application and financial aid processes and ask any other admission questions specific to you.
Get an even closer look.
We hold a variety of special events throughout the year, too.
Open houses in October, November and April give you the chance to meet an incredible number of Fordham students, faculty and staff all at once. Hear presentations about majors, clubs, internships, and other aspects of life here.
Admitted student days give you a chance to get an up-close look at us while you’re deciding where to attend. Talk with deans, meet students, and even get a special tour of campus (if you’ve already been on a tour before.)
Half-day visits in July and August give high school students a chance to test the college waters—tour campus with a current student, ask questions about the search process (we swear it’s not too early to start), and get a feel if Fordham is where you want to be.