Lincoln Center Room Selection Information for Current Residents
Fall 2023 – Spring 2024
Please Note All Deadlines
- $200 housing deposits for Fall 2023 - Spring 2024 are currently being accepted at My.Fordham.edu, in person at Financial Services on the 2nd floor of Lowenstein.
- Law students must visit the enrollment services offices on the second floor of Lowenstein to make a deposit or bring a $200 check payable to Fordham University to the office of Residential Life McMahon Hall Room 108.
- Deposits are due by Wednesday, February 15th at 4pm.
- Failure to meet deadlines will affect your housing selection process.
Important Things to Know
- The deposit will NOT be charged to your student account. You must make the deposit by logging onto My.Fordham.edu.
- If you have difficulty on My.Fordham.edu, please pay in person at Financial Services on the 2nd floor of Lowenstein. Please do not wait until the last minute to deposit.
- First-year and Transfer students who did not participate in CORE programming are eligible to deposit but are not eligible to pick their rooms through the process. They will be assigned to housing over the summer.
- Students on Residential Life Probation are eligible to deposit but are not eligible to pick their rooms through the process. They will be assigned to housing over the summer.
- If you plan to transfer to the Rose Hill campus for Fall 2023, you MUST participate in the McMahon Hall Room Selection Process in order to be considered for housing at Rose Hill for the Fall.
There are 4 Phases of Room Selection
- Phase #1: Pay $200 Housing Deposit
- Starting Wednesday, 2/15
- Phase #2: Complete Housing Application and sign 2023–24 Housing Agreement Form
- Wednesday, 3/2 through Monday, 3/7
- Phase #3: Group Formation
- Thursday, 3/2 through Monday, 3/20
- Room Retention: Thursday, 3/2- Wednesday, 3/8
- Phase #4: Room Selection for current residents Tuesday, 3/21- Thursday, 3/23
- Post Room Selection Process
An Inclusive Community
The Office of Residential Life respects the identities of all our students and will work with residents on housing options with respect to their self-identity. We will work with any students on a case-by-case basis to find an appropriate assignment.
If you would like to discuss the process further, and learn more about how to ensure that you will be able to live in a space appropriate to your identity, please contact Vickki Massy, Associate Director for Housing Operations at Lincoln Center at [email protected] or by calling the Office of Residential Life at 212-636-7100.
You may also simply indicate in the housing application that you would like to discuss your specific housing needs and preferences further. A member of our staff will reach out to you.
It is important to note that students should inquire about your options as early in the process as possible and while the widest range of options are available. This is a private process and information related to student identity is considered confidential and shared only with staff who need to assist with your request.
We wish you the best of luck in this year’s room selection process! Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or concerns.