Due to anticipated snowfall in the New York Metropolitan area, all campuses of Fordham University will be closed on Wednesday, March 7. We anticipate all campuses open and operating at 10 a.m. on Thursday, March 8.

There will be no Ram Van service on Wednesday: service will resume Thursday at 8 a.m. from Rose Hill and 9 a.m. from Lincoln Center. Personnel with reserved parking spots at Rose Hill are asked to move their vehicles to the indoor parking facility prior to midnight tonight (Tuesday) so that snowplows can operate freely on campus. Please do not resume parking in campus spots until Friday, March 9, to allow snow removal from the campus.

Dining Facilities
Rose Hill: The Marketplace will open at 7 a.m. Campus retail operations will open as staff is available, with Urban Kitchen and Starbucks taking priority.
Lincoln Center: The Ram Cafe will open at 7 a.m., but dining options may be limited until sufficient staff are available to provide the full menu. Community Dining will likewise open on its regular schedule, and provide menu options as staffing allows. The other campus retail operations will open as staff is available

University Health Services and Counseling and Psychological Services will open on their normal schedules at Rose Hill and Lincoln Center.

The Lombardi Center and fitness centers at the Rose Hill and Lincoln Center campuses will be open on their normal schedules.

The Quinn and Walsh Libraries will be open on their normal schedules, as study zones only; the Law Library will be closed.

As always, members of the University community should take local conditions into account when traveling to or from campus. Faculty, students, and staff should call any of the following numbers for the latest campus weather-related information:

(718) 817-5555
(212) 636-7777
(800) 280-7669 [(800) 280-SNOW]
(877) 375-4357 [(877) 375-HELP]

In an emergency, please call Fordham Public Safety at (718) 817-2222.

This message will be updated as necessary during the storm.

Thank you for your cooperation and understanding,

John Carroll, Associate Vice President
Fordham University Public Safety