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The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, 1916 - 2016

This year Fordham University’s Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (GSAS) is proud to celebrate our 100th anniversary!

Established in 1916, GSAS is commemorating our centennial by opening the archives and showcasing our distinguished history and the notable achievements of our faculty, alumni, and current students.

Visitors, alumni, prospective students, and friends are invited to explore our website and timeline to learn more about GSAS’s unique history, its relationship to New York City, and the impact its faculty and graduates—past and present—are making on the world.

Centennial and Dodransbicentennial Anniversaries —
Fordham’s Two 2016 Celebrations

In addition to the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences’ 100th anniversary, 2016 also marks the 175th anniversary—or dodransbicentennial—of Fordham University, established as St. John’s College in 1841. Fordham looks forward to an array of celebrations commemorating these two momentous anniversaries, to be held on both the Rose Hill and Lincoln Center campuses throughout the 2016-17 academic year.