Hiring Undergraduate Students

Thank you for your interest in recruiting undergraduate students from the Gabelli School of Business at Fordham University. Our undergraduates are driven, socially conscious, globally aware individuals who are prepared to contribute in a broad range of ways.

The Personal and Professional Development Center team can provide an inside look at how Gabelli School students and recent alumni can serve your organization.

No matter what level of involvement seems appropriate at this time—whether listing an internship or job, getting to know our students in an informal setting, or something in between—we are committed to meeting your needs and look forward to working with you.

Email us at [email protected] to get started, or explore the menus below and at left to learn more about your options.

  • The Personal and Professional Development Center—also known as PPD—provides an additional layer of career preparation services for Gabelli School of Business students.

    At Fordham, general career preparation is provided by the University-wide Office of Career Services, which also organizes on-campus recruiting, career fairs, and other large-scale events.

    PPD builds on top of that strong foundation.

    Our services include industry-specific workshops for business majors; individualized student career counseling; and opportunities for companies to engage with undergraduates in unique ways, such as case-oriented sessions where students can show you, rather than tell you, what they can do.

    If your company is new to recruiting at Fordham—or you’d like to expand your hiring of Gabelli School students—we encourage you to connect with us. Email Cynthia Bush, director of career advising for undergraduate programs.

  • Fordham provides a wide range of services for employers. Companies and organizations are invited to pursue connections that encompass and go beyond direct hiring. Options include:

    • on-campus recruiting
    • corporate information sessions and presentations
    • job and internship postings
    • networking events
    • corporate site visits
    • classroom presentations
    • mock interview week
    • partnerships with student and campus organizations
    • academic and case-study competitions
    • diversity recruiting

    Some of these employer services are coordinated by the Office of Career Services, which operates Fordham-wide, while other services are directly provided by the Gabelli School of Business Personal and Professional Development team. We are happy to hear your specific request or area of interest, and we will put you in touch with the right people. Email us at [email protected].

  • Campus locations:

    • Rose Hill (Bronx)
    • Lincoln Center (Manhattan)

    Total enrollment:

    • Seniors: 580
    • Juniors: 613
    • Sophomores: 557
    • Freshmen: 571

    International %:

    • 14% at Rose Hill, 29% at Lincoln Center

    Male/female %:

    • 65% / 35%

    Undergraduate degree programs


    • Accounting (120-credit and 150-credit)
    • Accounting Information Systems
    • Applied Accounting and Finance
    • Business Administration (paired with a primary concentration)
    • Finance
    • Global Business
    • Information Systems
    • Marketing

    Concentrations and Minors

    • Accounting
    • Alternative Investments
    • Business Economics
    • Business Law and Ethics
    • Communications and Media Management
    • Consumer Insights
    • Digital Media and Technology
    • Entrepreneurship
    • Finance
    • Global Business
    • Global Finance and Business Economics
    • Healthcare Management
    • Information Systems
    • International Business
    • Management Marketing
    • Social Innovation
    • Sustainable Business
    • Value Investing
  • Why hire a Gabelli School of Business undergraduate student?

    As the Jesuit university of New York, Fordham produces business graduates who are different from their peers. They feel strongly that business leadership should be—and can be—ethical and noble. They know how to win without pushing others down. And, through their Fordham education, they come to value “business with purpose,” prioritizing the needs of their employers, their society, and their world.

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