As a Jesuit institution, Fordham aims to educate students as a whole people – mind, body, and spirit. In the Office for Student Involvement, we share that goal and work toward it each day. Our dedicated administrative staff works to develop students into leaders in their community, providing guidance and support to student leaders looking to build, maintain, and develop their clubs.
Developing a Sense of Community
We provide students with meaningful interactions both in the classroom and out in the University community, connecting students with their peers and helping them to emerge as leaders, not only in their classrooms, but also in the wider student community.
Developing Fordham Leaders
Take advantage of the support that Student Involvement can provide and become a student leader at Fordham today. We strive to provide a beneficial and enjoyable experience to every member of every club on campus. Students must reserve rooms and obtain funds for their respective clubs through our office. New students searching for information regarding student activities or looking to create a new club can look to us for encouragement and assistance. Please do not hesitate to come to our offices and talk to our staff about who we are and what we do.
The Office for Student Involvement provides many opportunities to students seeking extracurricular involvement on campus. In addition to being a resource to all registered Fordham Lincoln Center undergraduate student clubs, Student Involvement sponsors several programs and events geared toward developing student leaders, recognizing the success of these leaders, and providing support to all Fordham Lincoln Center undergraduate students.