Fordham University

Fordham University was founded in 1841 as a private, non-profit research university in New York City. Fordham was established by the Catholic Diocese of New York and functions independently as a Jesuit institution under a lay board of trustees. Fordham University is structured into ten colleges for undergraduate and graduates, and has more than 15,000 American and international students enrolled in full time programs. Furthermore, business, law, social services, and education are amongst the most popular areas of study at the university.  Campus Explorer

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