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Current Student Graduate Resources


Welcome to the Gabelli School of Business Graduate Resource page. Here you will find helpful links and information to guide you during your time at school. This site is regularly updated by the Office of Graduate Advising and Student Engagement, located in suite 126 (140 West 62nd Street). For questions or additional information, please contact any of our Assistant Deans (listed below) or our help desk at gsbgraduate@fordham.edu or 212-636-6104.

Student Resources
  • Academic Advising: Our team fosters developmental, collaborative, and supportive partnerships between students and academic advisors. Together we will explore your academic, career, and life goals, and identify the courses, enrichment activities, engagement opportunities, and resources you may leverage to make informed decisions and achieve results.
  • Career Services (CDC): This center, known to students as the CDC, provides end-to-end career services for Gabelli School of Business graduate students. Our goal is to help you translate your Fordham academic experience into meaningful, productive academic-year internships and post-graduation jobs.
  • Counseling and Psychological Services (CPS): A comprehensive mental health center that is dedicated to promoting the emotional and psychological health and wellness of our students. CPS provides a range of services, including individual counseling, discussion groups, and workshops, to help students address and cope more effectively with their stress and psychological concerns.
  • Enrollment Services/Academic Records: The Enrollment Group at Fordham includes undergraduate admission, management of financial aid, registration, student employment, tuition billing, diplomas, and enrollment research. acadrecords@fordham.edu
  • Office of Disability Services (ODS): ODS helps to ensure equal educational access and opportunity for all members of our community. In the Jesuit tradition of cura personalis, members of the ODS staff work individually with each student to understand his or her strengths and limitations in order to develop their most effective and comprehensive accommodation plan.
  • Office of International Services (OIS): For our international non-immigrant students, OIS facilitates your adjustment to life in the United States by assisting in matters concerning immigration, such as Visas and Status, SEVIS I-20 or DS-2019 forms, Employment (CPT, OPT, internships), Travel authorizations
  • Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA): Upholds the University’s mission to honor and revere the dignity and uniqueness of each person, in keeping with the Jesuit and Catholic fundamentals of faith, hope, and love. OMA includes Cultural Clubs, Diversity Peer Leaders, LGBTQ resources, and Programs and Events.
  • Title IX Office: The Title IX Coordinator’s Office provides University leadership in enhancing a respectful, diverse, and inclusive work and learning environment for the Fordham Community.
  • Student Handbook: The Fordham University Student Handbook is provided as a resource and reference guide to University operations, policies and regulations. Additional information is available on University policies, Residential Life policies, and academic policies in the Undergraduate Bulletin.
  • Library: The Gerald M. Quinn Library at Lincoln Center contains some 500,000 volumes and is named in memory of the late Dean of Fordham College at Lincoln Center. In addition to a general collection serving Fordham College at Lincoln Center, the Quinn Library also has strong collections in business, education, and social service serving the three graduate schools on that campus.
  • Writing Center: A service free to all Fordham students that seeks to encourage and improve student writing of all levels and disciplines. Our aim is to provide personalized instruction that will develop your skills and help you become a more confident writer.
Student Forms

All Students:
To withdraw from a course during the withdrawal period, or late register after add/drop with professor permission – Navigate from My.Fordham Student tab in the “Student Services” box, under “Electronic Forms”

Update your Graduation Date

Tutorials/Independent Study

Internship Project- NOT for Internship Project Course offered for MSQF and MSGF students, NOT for CPT authorization (see CPT form under “International Students”)

Maintaining Matriculation – For students intending to take a semester off, vacation term, or leave of absence

Exemptions from Immunization Requirements- email form to health@fordham.edu. Link to Covid-19 Requirements here

International Students:

Curricular Practical Training- For internships and full-time work during academic program

Optional Practical Training- For work authorization upon graduation

Other Helpful Departments and Links
Student Advisory Council

SAC’s Mission

What is SAC? SAC simply stands for Student Advisory Council. It is comprised of 6 elected members of the student body. Typically, these elected students are 2nd year MBAs, as well as a student representative from our Professional MBA and Executive MBA cohort. For the Fall 2020 semester, we will be welcoming representatives from the MS programs.

What exactly does SAC do? The primary purpose of SAC is to ensure a smooth working relationship between the students, faculty, and the administration with respect to both academic and non-academic activities. Basically, we advocate on behalf of the student body! SAC is also responsible for the allocation of designated funds to GSB Student Clubs.

Important Links:

Student Advisory Council 2023-24 Board

Email: gsbsac@fordham.edu

President: Meet Patel
Vice President, Full-Time Students: Samuel Owusu-Ansah
Vice President, PMBA/EMBA: Clayton Ross
Vice President, International Students: Animesh Jain
Treasurer: Derek De Los Reyes
Vice President, Events: Aparna Ravi Kadasne
Vice President Masters Students: Hasrat Sohi

Annual Gabelli Grad Events
  • ACG Cup
  • BLXMBAA Halloween Bash
  • Chinese Business Society Lunar New Year Party
  • Disorientation Week
  • Fordham Accounting and Tax Society Career Day
  • Fordham Women in Business Conference
  • Friendsgiving
  • Gabelli’s Got Talent Show
  • Graduate Marketing Society Conference
  • Graduate Finance Society Conference
  • Last Lecture Series
  • March Data Crunch Competition
  • SABA Diwali Celebration
  • SABA Holi Celebration
  • SAC Homecoming BBQ and Football Game
  • SAC Welcome Back Bash
  • Spring Gala
  • Ugly Sweater Holiday Party

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