The freshman Class of 2019, by the numbers

Fordham_University_Keating_Hall_BronxThe undergraduate Gabelli School of Business Class of 2019 is a diverse group.

The more than 500 incoming freshmen at both the Rose Hill and Lincoln Center campuses hail from 22 different countries, including the United States. They have compelling stories as well.

Here is a look at the classes at both campuses, by the numbers, plus some interesting facts.


Undergraduate Class of 2019, Rose Hill

Total number of incoming freshmen – 446
Percent male – 60 percent
Percent female – 40 percent
Mean test score – 1,287
Countries represented:
Canada, China, Germany, Hong Kong S.A.R., Hungary, India, Kazakhstan, Madagascar, Pakistan, Philippines, Saudi Arabia, Spain, Taiwan

Undergraduate class of 2019, Lincoln Center

Total number of incoming freshmen – 80
Percent male – 55 percent
Percent female – 45 percent
Mean test score – 1322
Countries represented:
Canada, China, Ecuador, India, Italy, Kazahstan, Monaco, Pakistan, Russia, Singapore, Republic of Korea, United Arab Emirates, Vietnam

Interesting facts

  • There are identical twins now in both the freshman and sophomore classes at Lincoln Center (all four are women).
  • There are two students from Almaty, Kazakhstan. They knew each other in grade school but did not know the other was applying to Fordham or specifically to the Gabelli School of Business in Lincoln Center.
  • One student discovered the value of service while visiting his grandfather in Turkey. He felt drawn to help children who were selling items in the streets to make some money for their families.
  • One student from Staten Island has begun volunteering to help Albanian immigrants in her neighborhood. This became a passion because she knows her own family’s story. They came from Bulgaria where they were a minority (among the people in Thrace who spoke Pomak, a Rup language). They became exiles first in Greece and then in Turkey.

Want to learn more about the curriculum these students will take? Check out our Bachelor of Science majors, concentrations, and minors.

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