Fordham College at Lincoln Center

A Jesuit Education in Manhattan

New York is your launching pad, but Fordham is the vehicle that will get you on your way.

View Our Majors and Minors Take in the City Student Resources

Why Fordham College at Lincoln Center?

FCLC Students Viewing Smartphone at Lowenstein Plaza.

Located on our Lincoln Center campus in Manhattan, Fordham College at Lincoln Center allows you to take full advantage of both the city that surrounds us and our welcoming campus. It's a place that hums with the energy of a metropolis while providing a nurturing home base for your college journey where...

  • small class sizes allow for personal access to professors who are seriously accomplished and highly engaged—with their disciplines and their students;
  • exciting research and internship opportunities across the arts, the natural sciences, the social sciences, and the humanities will take you out of the classroom and into the city;
  • you'll be one of about 2,000 unabashedly articulate, active learners in a creative and tight-knit community.
81% completed at least one internship of recent graduates
1 of 52 Changemaker Campuses According to Ashoka, a global social innovation organization
60+ student organizations at FCLC
100% FCLC Class of ‘21 law school admission rate vs. 69.5% nationwide
Ailey Dancers

Study Art, Theatre, and Dance

We’ve partnered with The Ailey School, the official school of the world-famous Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, to create a highly innovative Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in dance that nurtures the vanguard of creative expression.

The Fordham Theatre Program trains artists to develop their practice through mentored exploration in performancedesign and productiondirecting, and playwriting.

Study art in the capital of the world. Work closely with Fordham faculty as you develop your technical skills and define your artistic voice.

Learn more about our majors in theatre, dance, and visual arts.

Sammi Chung headsot

"My parents always told me I should be a doctor, and I accepted it as a fact—until the summer after my first year at Fordham, when I stayed on campus to work as a research assistant. For the first time, I realized that as a science major I can pursue something other than being a doctor. It was mind-blowing. I fell in love with research and the challenges of experiments. Now I plan on pursuing a Ph.D. in the biomedical sciences and working on novel therapeutic treatments for infectious diseases."

- Sammi Chung, FCLC '18