The Observer

Fordham Admissions event at St. Ignatius College Prep in Chicago, Ill. The change in the NACAC's code of ethics means that colleges can now offer more admissions incentives to students, even after they've rejected their official offer of admission.

Regulations Made to Protect Students Removed by NACAC

October 30, 2019

On Sept. 28, the National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) changed its code of ethics, affecting colleges and universities around the country.

These increases in diversity and academic achievement coincide with increased acceptance of female students.

Class of ’23 Set to Become Most Diverse and Highest Achieving

February 6, 2019

Fordham continues to accept higher-achieving and more diverse students every year, indicating Fordham is becoming a more competitive institution in terms of admissions.

Renovations on the second floor aim to deliver improved space for the student lounge and Office of Admissions

Second Floor Renovations Create Lack Of Open Space On Campus

February 6, 2019

Workers are on schedule with plans to re-open in mid-April, but concerns over the lost free space have created problems for some commuting students.