As a Jesuit institution, Fordham is committed to fostering the moral and spiritual development of all of its students, regardless of their faith, background, or beliefs. To us, spiritual wellness involves having a sense of meaning and purpose in your life, and using values and principles to help guide your behaviors and decisions.
Fordham Law offers:
- Access to the Campus Ministry, which offers a variety of programs, retreats, and opportunities for religious observance, spiritual growth, and the promotion of social justice.
- Co-curricular programs developed by the Law School Office of Professionalism to help students develop their professional identities by contemplating their strengths and values, and forging career paths that will bring them meaning and purpose.
- Access to the Center on Religion and Culture, which organizes programs to engage and elevate the public dialogue about religion and culture, the mind and soul, inclusion and identity, politics, and the arts.