I knew quite a few Muslim students at Fordham, there’s a pretty tight knit community with a lot of commuter students, especially at LC. I won’t say Fordham’s perfect in terms of anti-racism, but they’ve been trying really hard to make sure that student voices are heard.
In terms of theology classes, the main FCR freshman course is more of a broad overview of religion rather than Christianity specifically (my class spent a week on the church of the flying spaghetti monster) and then the second course can be satisfied with courses from many different religious traditions, including courses on Islam.
There’s absolutely no forced Christian prayer. I was heavily involved with Campus Ministry and while the interfaith programming isn’t great (mostly just not very engaging), there were non-Christian students who were also very involved on retreats and community projects.
Let me know if you have other questions!