Summer Session Student Resources
Support Services for Students with Disabilities
Fordham University treats students with disabilities in a nondiscriminatory manner and will make reasonable accommodations and provide appropriate auxiliary aids and services to assist otherwise qualified individuals with disabilities in achieving access to its programs, services and facilities in accordance with Section 504 of the Federal Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.
Students who are seeking accommodation for a disability should contact the director of Disability Services at the following locations:
Rose Hill: O’Hare Hall or Westchester Campus (718) 817-4362
Lincoln Center Campus: Lowenstein, Room 402 (212) 636-6282
Students are encouraged to take advantage of the support services available to promote their success at Fordham. These services are offered at no charge to students.
The Economics tutoring center is open to students enrolled in Basic Microeconomics, Basic Macroeconomics, Statistics I and Statistical Decision Making. This link will be available in June.
The Language Learning Center is a state-of-the-art multi-use, interactive digital facility where students can complete their assignments and practice their language.
Please call 718-817-0799 if you have any questions. For general information, visit the Language Learning Center.
Providing more than a proofreading service, tutors will work with you on a variety of logical, rhetorical, and grammatical concerns in your writing. They can assist you with any type of writing from conception, to composition, to completion. The aim is not only to help you perfect an individual essay but to help you develop the skills you need to become a better writer.
Please call 718-817-4032 at Rose Hill or 212-636-6417 at Lincoln Center if you have any questions. For general information, visit the Writing Center.
Fordham has a partnership with Knack, a platform which allows students in need of tutoring services to book free sessions on-demand from verified Fordham peer tutors.
University Health Services provides accessible and high-quality health care services to Fordham University Students. It is our goal that students will develop an understanding of dealing with their own health, both physical and mental. We provide education to students with the expectation that this knowledge will enable them to live healthy lifestyles, promote wellness, and enable them to achieve academically, spiritually, and socially. Our medical team recognizes and welcomes the uniqueness of our students and we respect human diversity in all its forms. We are members of the Ally Network of Support and we are committed to providing an inclusive environment for all. We assist our students in developing moral and ethical values and characteristics that reflect the Jesuit tradition in regard to health promotion and illness prevention.