Fordham University School of Law offers housing in McMahon Hall (our on-campus Lincoln Center residence), and off campus Graduate Housing (studio and one bedroom apartments). All incoming students are eligible to apply for law school housing in McMahon Hall, however it is important to note that priority is given to those students who live the furthest away according to their permanent address.
Housing assignments for incoming students will begin in June after the second deposit deadline. If you are interested in being considered for housing in McMahon Hall, you will receive an email asking if you are interested in being considered for an on campus room in a law suite. For more information on the details of the McMahon Hall residence and Graduate Housing, please visit Living on Campus at Lincoln Center. If you receive a housing assignment and have specific questions, please email the Residential Life Office at email@example.com.
For students unable to secure housing through the Law School, we offer other alternatives to assist with your search. We have an online housing group that will connect admitted students from across the country or right here in Manhattan to facilitate the 1L housing search. Through this resource, members can communicate with one another to locate housing resources, post housing opportunities, find roommates, or just ask general questions about living in NYC.