AccommodationsDORMITORY HOUSING IS NOW FULL. PARTICIPANTS MAY STILL APPLY TO THE PROGRAM, BUT WILL NEED TO SECURE THEIR OWN HOUSING.
Participants have the option of residing in student-style dormitory housing on Fordham Law School's campus at Lincoln Center in Manhattan, or securing accommodations independently.*
Campus Housing is available only from Sunday, July 5 until Saturday, July 25. We regret that we cannot accomodate early arrivals or late departures.
Fordham housing provides each occupant with the following:
Two double rooms will share the following:
†Some units may contain three double rooms. These units will share two bathrooms.
Residents will share a room and a suite with a person of the same gender, but male suites and female suites will share floors of the residence hall.
There are a limited number of single rooms available. Four single rooms share a kitchen, living room, and bathroom.
Additional amenities provided with Fordham housing include:
*Students who intend to secure acommodations independently are reminded to exercise caution when making arrangments. International students trying to secure housing while abroad are particularly prone to fraud. Avoid any arrangement that require a wire transfer before arrival.
Students who will attend the Summer Institute prior to attending the LL.M. at Fordham will be able to apply for early student housing in McMahon Hall. Therefore, these students will not need to arrange off-campus housing between the end of the Summer Institute and start of the LL.M. program. Instructions for applying for early housing will be available at the beginning of the summer.
Notice of Immunization Requirement
Pursuant to New York State Public Health Law Section 2165, all participants living in Fordham accommodations born on or after January 1, 1957, must have on file proof of immunity from measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR). Participants may be required to submit official proof of immunization signed by a physician upon arrival at campus housing. Please allow sufficient time for this series of shots which must be administered at least one month apart.