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     Financial Aid-Fellowships

    All GRE degree students taking at least 6 credits in a given term are eligible to apply for financial assistance from the Graduate School of Religion through the General Scholarship fund and, for those who qualify, the International Student's Scholarship or the Full-Time Church Worker Scholarship.

    The Novak Scholars Program for In-Coming Latino Students. This is a new Scholarship program aimed at assisting two incoming students of the GRE, each Fall semester, who have and wish to continue to serve the Latino/a community. More Information>

    New York Tution Assistance Program
    Residents of New York State who will be enrolled at Fordham in a full-time program leading to a degree may be eligible for a Tuition Assistance Award. The exact amount of the grant is determined by the financial need of the individual student, as indicated by the yearly net taxable income of the family. Please contact the office of Financial Aid at Rose Hill for more information.

    Federal Student Loan Programs
    Graduate students may apply for loans under the Federal Direct and Graduate PLUS Loan Programs. Students enrolled for 6 or more credits are considered full time. To be eligible for federal loans students must be a U.S. citizen or eligible non-citizen, be matriculated and be enrolled at least half time or its equivalency. To apply, file a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at http://fafsa.ed.gov and request your loan at www.fordham.edu/finaid/staffordloanrequest. Please contact the office of Financial Aid at Rose Hilll for more information.

    Graduate Assistant Positions
    A limited number of positions are available each semester for those students who can commit to working in the Office or Dean or in the capacity of assistant to an individual faculty members. All GRE students are eligible to apply. The application form is found on the left hand navigation bar on this page. Tuition compensation will vary from 50 to 100% of tuition costs depending on time commitment and assignment. 

    Hispanic/Latino Faculty

    Dr. Michael E. Lee
    Associate Professor, Theology

    Hispanic Centers and Programs

    No information listed at this time

    Library Resources-Special Collections

    The antiquities in the Fordham Museum of Greek, Etruscan, and Roman Art were donated to the university by William D. Walsh, an alumnus of FCRH, and his wife Jane. The museum occupies 4,000 square feet of space on the main floor of the Walsh Family Library. The collection comprises more than 260 objects dating from the 4th millennium B.C. through the 3rd century A.D. and offers visitors to the museum a compendium view of the material culture of the ancient Mediterranean world.

    Other Resources

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    HTI/HTIC Scholars

    Loida I. Martell-Otero
    Professor of Constructive Theology
    Palmer Theological Seminary

    Contact Information

    The HTIC person to contact for information on Ph.D. studies at Fordham University is:

    Name: Dr. C. Colt Anderson
    Title: Dean, Graduate School of Religion and Religious Education
    Telephone: 718-817-4802
    Email: [email protected]