When John Hughes, coadjutor bishop (later archbishop) of New York, established Fordham as St. John’s College on June 24, 1841, he considered it a “daring and dangerous undertaking”—not least because he initially lacked the funds to purchase the land where he saw a great university taking root.
Fordham's Undergraduate Research Journal
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The library offer more than 3.3 million volumes, 57,000 journals, 439,000 full-text books, 109,000 online government documents.
University Health Services provides accessible and high quality health care services to Fordham University Students. It is our goal that students will develop an understanding of dealing with their own health, both physical and mental.
New York is your campus. Fordham is your school. Our residence halls are your home. The sense of community that shapes so much of your college experience starts from the moment you move in, meet your roommates for the first time, and figure out where to put your family photos.
Rose Hill Student Organizations
There are over 130 student organizations at Fordham Rose Hill. We provide students with meaningful interactions outside of the classroom that connect them with their peers and with other members of the University community.
Lincoln Center Student Organizations
There are over 50 student organizations at Fordham Lincoln Center. We provide students with meaningful interactions outside of the classroom that connects them with their peers and with other members of the University community.