Choose the visit event that fits what you need.
If you can only visit once, try to come for Spring Preview.
- If you’ve been to Open House (in October), Spring Preview has a similar program. But, if you attend Spring Preview, we’re certain you’ll get new and useful information.
- If you’ve been to Fall Preview (in November), Spring Preview has a lot more content. You should attend Spring Preview.
If you can’t come to Spring Preview, then try to come for an Admitted Student Day.
If you can’t come to Spring Preview or an Admitted Student Day, then come for an Admitted Student Roundtable.
If you want to talk with a professor, you should attend Spring Preview, where faculty members from each department gather at a large fair.
If you want specific information about a major, departmental highlights or faculty contact information, you'll find the most detail right now on our Majors and Minors page.
If you want to attend a smaller event, come for an Admitted Student Roundtable. Depending on the day, between 2 and 60 visitors attend these events. Most of the time, about 15 attend.
If you want to interact with many Fordham students, come for Spring Preview or an Admitted Student Day.
If attending a Fordham class is your priority, sign up for an Admitted Student Roundtable. Class visits aren’t available during a Spring Preview or an Admitted Student Day.
If you want to see both campuses or attend multiple events, you can. Register for each event separately.
If an event is full and you can't register, we’ll gladly welcome you another time. All our events require pre-registration and some events will become full. For safety and space reasons, we cannot raise the capacity of an event.
Finally, if you really want to take a selfie with Fordham's mascot, come to Spring Preview.
Still not sure?
Then we need to talk. Call 1-800-FORDHAM and ask to speak with an admission counselor. Or, send your questions to email@example.com.