McKeon Hall, the new residence hall at Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) with amenities such as a game lounge, movie theater, a dance studio, and a full kitchen, is finally open and to the dismay of the upperclassmen who are only allowed access after being signed in by someone who lives in the building, is exclusively for first year students.
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Fordham’s Department of University Transportation has raised the price from $3.00 to $3.50 for a one-way ticket to travel between the Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) and Fordham College at Rose Hill (FRCH) campuses.
Fordham Law (FLS) Associate Professor of Law Zephyr Teachout is in the middle of a campaign to unseat incumbent Governor Andrew Cuomo, FCRH ’79, in the Democratic primary for Governor of the State of New York on Tuesday, Sept. 9.
More than seventy percent of the incoming class of 2018 (including Gabelli Lincoln Center students) will be a resident at Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC), according to statistics provided by the Office of Admissions.
On Tuesday, July 22, Fordham officially purchased the old College Entrance Examination Board building at 45 Columbus Avenue, across the street from Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC), for a total of $49.6 million.
On Monday, Aug. 11, Fordham lost longtime community member, Eva Maria Stadler, associate professor emerita of English and comparative literature.
On Saturday, May 17, the 169th Commencement Ceremony of Fordham University took place at Fordham College at Rose Hill (FCRH).
When students return to school in the fall, they will have one more Global Outreach (GO!) project to choose from: GO! Chicago – set for winter 2014.
On Tuesday, April 22, the US Supreme Court delivered a 6 to 2 ruling that upheld a Michigan State law banning the use of affirmative action in the admissions process for public state universities.
According to a recent study done by the American Educational Research Association, students transferring from a community college to a four year university are more likely to lose credits, including Fordham, according to Joseph Desciak, assistant dean for juniors and dean for transfer students.