Lincoln Center Commuter Student Services
The Lincoln Center campus of Fordham University provides students with a unique experience, and one of the contributing factors of this is the large commuter population.
Approximately half of the 1,800 full-time, undergraduate students at Lincoln Center are commuters. A variety of on-campus programs exist to enhance the commuter experience at the University.
Commuter Student Services (CSS) are offered through the Office for Student Involvement within the Division of Student Affairs. We offer a variety of services and resources for both traditional live-at-home commuters and off-campus commuters. These include:
Special Grants for Commuters
Metro Grants and other funding for $7,000 a year or more.
Commuter Freshmen Mentors
First year students are assigned a Commuter Freshmen Mentor that serves as a resource for anything related to Fordham.
Commuting Students Association Membership
Lincoln Center's Commuting Students Association organizes events and activities that are open to the entire Fordham community but is held at commuter-friendly times.
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