New York City is made up of five boroughs: Manhattan, the Bronx, Queens, Brooklyn, and Staten Island. Fordham College Rose Hill and Gabelli School of Business are located on the same campus in the Bronx, and Fordham College Lincoln Center is located in Manhattan.
The Rose Hill campus is the original campus of Fordham University. It is a traditional college campus, with green lawns, trees, large residence halls, sports facilities, and outdoor American football and baseball stadiums. The campus has the benefits of being located next to the NY Botanical Garden, the Bronx Zoo, and famed Arthur Avenue. It's a short train ride into Grand Central Terminal, in midtown Manhattan, or students can take the Fordham Ram Van shuttle between campuses.
The Lincoln Center campus is located in Midtown Manhattan, just a couple of blocks from Central Park. It is an urban campus, with a public park space in the middle of tall campus buildings.