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Resources

Here is a list of some of the many services that you can take advantage of as a student of the University. 

GSAS Futures - The professional development arm of the GSAS, GSAS Futures holds seminars, workshops, and discussion panels throughout the year that provide resources, exposure, and training for students who are considering their post-graduation career options.

Disability Services - The Office of Disability Services arranges and ensures accommodations for students with disabilities within the classroom and Fordham’s campuses. The office also provides limited scholarships and funding for those who qualify.

Counseling Services - Counseling and Psychological Services (CPS) provides a variety of services including psychiatric consultations and individual counseling that are free to all Fordham students.

Health Center - Health Centers are located at both Rose Hill and Lincoln Center campuses and provide primary care, exams, immunizations, x-rays, and other services.

Health Insurance - GSAS offers all Graduate Students the ability to enroll in an annual health plan through Aetna Student Health.

Interlibrary Loan - Interlibrary Loan (ILL) is a free service available to graduate students that allows you to request books, articles, and manuscripts not held in Fordham's collections.

ID Services - Your Fordham ID card provides you with access to University buildings as well as library privileges, and ID Services will replace the card if lost or stolen for a small fee.

Ram Van - The Ram Van is Fordham's inter-campus transportation system between Rose Hill, Lincoln Center, and Westchester. A one-way trip costs $3.50.