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Campus Access

Fordham University provides accessible buildings on all its campuses for students with disabilities. If you have any questions or suggestions regarding accessible buildings please contact the Office of Disability Services at 718-817-0655.

Rose Hill

The following Rose Hill buildings are wheelchair accessible:

  • Loschert Hall is wheelchair accessible from both the front and the back of the building. The front entrance has a ramp both outside and inside the building.
  • Alumni South has the same accessibility as Loschert Hall.
  • Dealy Hall has an automatic door on the side entrance to the first floor. There is an elevator available to any one of the six floors.
  • Duane Library is fully accessible.
  • Salice-Conley Hall and Campbell Hall are fully accessible.  
  • John Mulcahy Hall (JMH) is accessible through the main entrance.  
  • Faber Hall's front ground entrance leads to an elevator.
  • Faculty Memorial Hall is accessible through the main entrance. A security guard is there to check ID cards and assist students. 
  • Freeman Hall is accessible from both ground level doors on either side of the front of the building. There is an elevator.
  • Keating Hall has a ramp on the side facing the football field that leads to an automatic door and then to the elevator.
  • Larkin Hall has a ramp on the right side of the front of the building. It leads to the basement from which the elevator is accessible.
  • McGinley Center is accessible through the front of the building using the side entrance under the Vincent Lombardi Center sign. This entrance enables wheelchair access to the first-floor elevator which goes to the second floor and gymnasium.
  • O’Hare Hall is fully accessible.  There is an automatic door to the entrance that leads to the Office of Disability Services, the Health Center, and Counseling Services.
  • The Security Office is wheelchair accessible. No ramp or elevator is needed.
  • Thebaud Hall is fully accessible.
  • Tierney Hall is wheelchair accessible to the first floor.  There is no elevator.
  • University Church has a ramp on the right side entrance to access the building.
  • Walsh Hall has a wooden ramp that leads to the first floor where an elevator is accessible.
  • The Walsh Library entrance is on the ground level. There is access to all four floors using the elevator. 

Lincoln Center

The following is a description of accessibility of Lincoln Center Buildings:

  • The Lowenstein Building is accessible: An outdoor elevator at the front entrance will bring one to the Plaza level. If one enters at street level there is an elevator (#6), opposite the entrance to Quinn Library, that allows one to bypass the escalators. Once at the Plaza level, there are elevators that provide access to the other floors of the building, which Security at the front desk can direct you to.
  • Pope auditorium is equipped with a lift to gain access.
  • The Law School has an elevator, a lift, and ramp.
  • McMahon Residence Hall at Lincoln Center is equipped with elevators to access all floors of the building and the apartments on the second floor are designed to be fully accessible to those with disabilities.
  • McKeon Residence Hall at Lincoln Center is equipped with elevators to access all floors of the building and specific bedrooms are designed to be fully accessible to those with disabilities
  • McMahon and McKeon Residence Halls can also be accessed through the Lowenstein Building hallways at street level and plaza level.
  • Martino Hall (45 Columbus Ave.) has accessible restrooms on the second floor.
  • Accessible restrooms can be found in Lowenstein on the first floor, second floor, third floor, eighth floor, and twelfth floor.

Westchester

Accessibility of the building at the Westchester campus:

  • There is a ramp on the left side of the building, and an elevator to all of the floors.