Members of the University community should respond to the daily VitalCheck prompt at least 30 minutes prior to entering campus.
113 acres of forested, preserve just 25 miles north of NYC supports scientific and interdisciplinary research in ecology, evolution, and conservation
A partnership with the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Montefiore Health System, Wildlife Conservation Society, and New York Botanical Garden has created a new model for scientific research, education, and community engagement.
Come allergy season, you’ll want to check Fordham’s Pollen Index. We monitor and collect pollen at our Lincoln Center campus and make that data available to the public and to our students and faculty for research.
The Fordham Undergraduate Research Journal, or FURJ, is a student-run journal that features high quality, peer-reviewed, original research conducted by undergraduate students.
The Bronx Zoo is located across Fordham Road from Fordham’s Rose Hill campus and is the flagship zoological park of the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS).
LC: Lincoln Center Campus
RH: Rose Hill Campus