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Changes to Spring Academic Calendar Fordham is modifying its academic calendar in anticipation of a national resurgence of the COVID-19 pandemic this winter. Full Details

Fordham Services

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Fordham University Association

The Fordham University Association (FUA) was established in 1964 to organize social events for all employees to gather together as a community. As a University employee, you are automatically a FUA member. Fordham’s President, Father Joseph McShane, sponsors the FUA, as well as provides the resources needed to plan the events.

Learn more about the FUA and to view the upcoming calendar of events.

Parking

The University provides parking for Faculty, Administrators, Staff and Visitors on all three campuses. Parking is based on a user fee schedule. Parking is charged each time a vehicle enters campus, unless you obtain an annual permit for daytime or overnight parking from the Department of Public Safety.

For more information regarding a parking permit and fees, please visit the Parking Facilities website that provides information regarding parking for each campus.

To apply for a Fordham parking permit, please follow these steps:

  • Login to your my.fordham.edu account
  • Click on the My Apps tab
  • Select “Login to Employee Parking”
  • Complete the Parking Application

Any further questions about parking, please contact:

Department of Public Safety
Rose Hill - 718-817-2222
Lincoln Center - 212-636-6075
Westchester - 914-367-3333

Ram Van

The Ram Van is the Department of University Transportation Intercampus Shuttle service. It is an easy way for students, faculty and staff to travel between the Rose Hill and Lincoln Center campuses. However, please note that due to the current COVID-19 protocols to reduce capacity for the shuttle service, only students and faculty can utilize the Ram Van at this time.

View the current Ram Van schedule.

The University strongly recommends that students and faculty purchase tickets online to maintain the well-being of the passengers.

View more information on purchasing tickets.

Self-Care

Your well-being is our top priority as the University recognizes and appreciates that its employees are its most valuable asset. We also understand that, at times, life can be challenging, complicated and overwhelming for you, the people who care about you, your colleagues, and the Fordham community.

The University is here to support you, so you can take good care of yourself offering a host of resources to manage stress, cope with your emotions, and improve your well-being.

We encourage you to contact the Office of Human Resources Management at 718-817-4930 for assistance or visit fordham.edu/selfcare.

When you take good care of yourself, you can take good care of others.