Recent Updates Fordham offices remain staffed and operating remotely. The University has released its plan, Fordham Forward, to resume in-person teaching and learning for the Fall semester. Full Details
When you think “NYC,” our Lincoln Center campus is surrounded by what you have in mind: Skyscrapers. Big business. City lights.
Our location at the intersection of media, communications, and culture means nearly 90% of our students complete an internship. Professionals at the top of their fields come to classes as visiting faculty and guest speakers.
And yet, the Jesuit education you’ll earn here at Fordham never loses sight of the humanity we strive to serve, and you’ll gain a connection to this place and its people.
In many ways, despite being in the center of Manhattan, this campus offers a more intimate experience. There are about 2,000 undergraduates studying at Lincoln Center, with about half of those students living right on campus.
The 8-acre campus spans two city blocks, with a sunny, welcoming plaza where you can find a respite from the City without actually leaving it.
And our Lincoln Center campus is growing. Check out what's new!