While welcoming the Class of 2026 onto Fordham’s campuses, the Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) and Fordham College at Rose Hill (FCRH) deans’ offices introduced a new mode of advising. The modifications, which were inspired by other universities’ models and student feedback, is being implemented for current first-year students.
Maura Mast, dean of FCRH, explained that the new advising system stems from the university’s strategic plan to redesign policies and practices for academic advising and student support from the perspective of student access.
A substantial goal of Mast and Auricchio’s was the formation of an advising center, based on ensuring that students were sufficiently served by their academic advisers.
“Fordham Deans Roll Out New Advising System for Class of 2026”
Written by Insiya Gandhi