Being in such a close proximity to New York City definitely has its cultural benefits, mainly exposure to diversity and opportunities one might not get in a small college town. One also learns a lot even in the Bronx Campus, where one is exposed to a culture and lifestyle one might not normally have the opportunity to experience...just remember street smarts when interacting in the neighborhood!!
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A small, private Catholic school in the Bronx that connects students to many opportunities for growth in NYC and on campus. Does not have the most diverse student population but those who travel into the Bronx or NYC will find anything they're looking for. A school very set in tradition, which has both positives and negatives.» Read More
I have come to believe that choosing Fordham University at Lincoln Center as my college is the best decision I had made in a long time. The college's environment is very welcoming and adaptable. Furthermore, its location in the heart of NYC allows me to experience the diverse character of the city, which makes it the greatest city in the world.» Read More
I really love attending Fordham University. I am part of the continued studies program and therefore take classes at night. All professors I have had are well connected in their field and most really care about helping personal students.» Read More
Fordham Graduate School of Social Service at LC is an amazing school! Classes are really informative, professors are understanding, and the students are helpful. This is a great school if you are serious about social work and want to learn how to make a difference.» Read More