|Rose Hill Society E-Board|
Rose Hill Society ambassadors and admissions counselors, as well are various academic departments and clubs at Fordham were out in full force, showing the multi-dimensional experience that one gets at Fordham. The day truly kicked off with an address from Father McShane, that was filled with comedic remarks as well as a deeper message about what is means to be a Fordham student. To come to Fordham is to make a commitment to being "bothered," as unusual as that may sound. Fordham wants students to be bothered every day that they are here; bothered to learn more, bothered to make a change, bothered to explore and understand the world around them.
|Keating and our Ram|
After lunch time and exploring the fair in the fieldhouse, prospective students and their parents left to tour the campus and see the beauty of Fordham at Rose Hill. Later, students had the time to engage in Classroom discussions with current Fordham students to learn more about the daily life of a student who lives at Fordham. Moreover, fantastic presentations were put on by various faculty, describing personal branding, academic classes, and various other aspects of Fordham University. All in all, the event was a huge success. Moreover, we could not have been blessed with a more beautiful day to hold an event; the weather was delightful and families were able to see Eddie's filled with students; a true testament to the community at Fordham. We are happy to see all admitted students and we hope that, by attending Spring Preview, you may have found your home for the next four years!
|Father McShane in the Rose Hill Gym|