Meet the Staff
Veterans matter here at Fordham. Each point of contact below is fully equipped and committed to answering your questions and hearing out your individual circumstances as a prospective student. We know selecting a university can be difficult, and that the military community is often underserved in higher education. The Veterans Center and our staff can answer transition questions, elaborate on Fordham schools, programs, and majors, or simply talk about the university culture and what Fordham has to offer. If you are a prospective student, then you don't need a pretext to reach out, because supporting our Fordham veteran community doesn't wait until after you get accepted.
Points of Contact for the Military Community at Fordham
Fordham Veteran Center
The Veteran Center is staffed by current student vets from a variety of Fordham majors and programs. Every student veteran here has been through the Fordham application process and is happy to find any information or resource you may need. If you ask, our student vets can also share their own experiences at Fordham. Contact the vet center for the fastest response.
Nicholas Figueroa, Veteran's Center Operations Coordinator
Nick grew up in Manhattan and joined the U.S. Navy in 2012, following in the footsteps of his grandfather and uncle. He graduated from PCS with a degree in Sociology, magna cum laude. He enjoys taking his black lab for walks in Central Park, playing basketball, and trying new restaurants.
Anne Treantafeles, Fordham Veterans Entry Academic Adviser
Transplanted in '97 from San Diego to New York, Anne has been at Fordham for 14 years, and is an avid talker and knitter.
Matt Butler, Director of Military and Veterans' Services
Matt retired from the Marine Corps as a Master Sergeant working in Public Affairs. He majored in Organizational Leadership at Fordham University.