Living and Learning Communities at FCRH

Learning Inside and Outside of the Classroom

Whatever your residence hall, you'll have a scenic academic home at Fordham. And your education doesn't have to end after class each day. FCRH students can apply to live in Integrated Learning Communities, or ILCS—residence halls designed to help develop conscience, character, and intellect in the Jesuit tradition through special programming. Students who receive housing are guaranteed accommodations for four years.

First-Year ILC

The Manresa Program in Loyola Hall
The Manresa Program features specially designed seminar courses, writing workshops, weekend excursions, and family dinners, creating a close-knit, supportive community that explores intellectual interests together in the Ignatian spirit.

Queen’s Court ILC
Queen’s Court takes advantage of its elegant common lounge to provide in-hall classes, community-building events, evening discussion and debate, and other programming that develops new ideas and strong friendships.

The Science ILC (SILC) in Jogues Hall
Specifically designed for science majors and pre-health students, SILC offers customized academic tutoring, advising, and peer mentoring as well as science-related programming, fostering a support network among peers with a passion for the sciences.