Updates as of May 29, 2020:
- No change in status. Fordham continues to plan for safely restarting its on-campus operations in preparation for the first day of class on Aug. 26. More details regarding those plans can be found by clicking on the link below: Learn More About Planning for Fall 2020. Individuals who are not able to be physically present on campus will have the opportunity to participate fully in classes remotely. Gov. Cuomo has not yet indicated whether colleges and universities in New York are authorized to resume face-to-face instruction for the fall semester.
- A phased move-out process will take place starting May 18 and continue through the end of June for those students who left belongings in the residence halls upon their departure in March.
"In the world that God has placed in our hands as we begin to emerge from the hunkered down existence through which we have been living, that is where God has placed us, and where we can find, celebrate, and serve Him. " -- Joseph M. McShane, S. J., A Pastoral Message to the Fordham Family, May 17.
Governor Cuomo announced an executive order on Friday, March 20, mandating that all New York state businesses and non-profit organizations move 100% of their workforce off site, with a narrow handful of exceptions. All face-to-face instruction on all Fordham’s New York area campuses has been suspended through the end of the spring semester.
Fordham will not be holding face-to-face courses on campus during the any of the Summer Sessions but will be offering a broad selection of online courses instead.
We remember the members of the Fordham community and close relatives of Fordham family members who died in the coronavirus pandemic.