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Summer Internship Tuition and Housing

Tuition for the 2020 10-week program is $3,780.00; housing is charged separately. This charge includes the 4-credit Internship Seminar course, which grants the credit sites that offer unpaid internships require, and assistance by our Career Services team. A non-refundable $300 deposit must be paid at the time of registration. The balance of the tuition is due May 15, 2020.

Female student in Lincoln Center Dorm Room

Housing at Lincoln Center is in 2- and 3-bedroom apartments with kitchens and air-conditioning in the heart of Manhattan. A one-block walk in one direction brings you to Columbus Circle, the South West corner of Central Park, and the Time Warner Shopping Center. Two blocks in another direction brings you to Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, which offers free cultural events on the plaza all summer long.

Students must be registered for and attending the 4-credit Internship Seminar course to remain eligible for housing.

The charge for housing is estimated to be $2,595.00. Housing rates are finalized in the Spring.

Total Charges for 2020

  • Tuition: $3,780 (includes assistance from Career Services and 4-credit class)
  • Housing: $2,595 (double-occupancy room for ten weeks, meals separate)
  • Total: $6,375

Disclaimer: This is not a placement service. Instead, it is a program designed to teach students: how to optimize their resumes; how to apply for and secure positions in competitive markets; how to network; and how to make the most of their time at their internships.

Cancellation

Cancellations of housing must be made in writing to summerschool@fordham.edu by May 15. Students who cancel housing after this date will be subject to full housing charges. Withdrawals from the Internship Seminar can be made in writing to summerschool@fordham.edu. The deadline to withdraw with a full refund, minus the non-refundable $300 application deposit, is May 28. Thereafter, the refund schedule articulated on the Tuition and Fees page will be followed.

My summer internship was the best experience I could have asked for at this point in my life.

Samantha, University of Michigan. Internship: Jacoby and Myers