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What are my chances?

memondamemonda Registered User Posts: 2 New Member
edited July 2013 in Fordham University
I have a 29 (super score) on my ACT, 3.3 unweighted GPA, and a trillion extracurriculars. What are my chances of being accepted?

Also, is the school of business only at Rose Hill? I'm really interested in the Lincoln Center campus.
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Replies to: What are my chances?

  • spirit77spirit77 Registered User Posts: 297 Junior Member
    The Gabelli school of business is only at Rose Hill. You can take classes at LC but RH would have to be your primary campus if you are in the b-school.
  • memondamemonda Registered User Posts: 2 New Member
    okay! Thanks! and my chances?

    Would I live at RH or LC?
  • RamRayRamRay Registered User Posts: 368 Member
    You have a fair shot, but are not a shoe-in so you may want to consider early admission to strengthen you position. If you are going to attend Gabelli, you would be going to classes and living on Rose Hill. You can take some classes at Lincoln Center, but as stated here, Gabelli is on Rose Hill so that is where the majority of your classes would be. It would not make sense to dorm at Lincoln Center if you are in the Gabelli School of Business [even though McMahon Hall is a really nice,fancy dorm at LC].

    Now, if you were to get into the 5 year MBA program, the last 2 of your 5 years would be at the Martino Graduate School of Business at Lincoln Center, so it would make sense to dorm those 2 years at Lincoln Center. What's cool is they just finished building a fantastic new dorm along with a new law school at Lincoln Center that will open next fall.
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