Fordham University is New York City’s Jesuit University, with about 15,000 students in 10 schools. The University is known for combining intellectual challenge and individual attention with the dynamic resources of one of the world’s greatest cities. There are three campuses- the beautiful Gothic style Rose Hill campus, Lincoln Center in the cultural heart of Manhattan, and the park-like setting of the Westchester Campus near White Plains, N.Y. Fordham students benefit from close contact with distinguished faculty who teach at the undergraduate, graduate and professional levels. The Jesuit tradition is characterized by excellence in teaching, care and development of each student, and commitment to the promotion of an ethical society . These tenets inform every aspect of a Fordham education. Social innovation and a commitment to social causes is woven throughout all 10 schools through curricular, co-curricular and extra curricular activities.