About Fordham University
Fordham University is a private research university in New York City. We are the oldest Catholic and Jesuit university in the northeastern United States, and the third oldest university in New York State. We have three main campuses, which are in and around New York City: Rose Hill in the Bronx, Lincoln Center in Manhattan, and Westchester in West Harrison, NY. We currently have over 15,000 students enrolled in our programs.
Fordham University’s home court, the Rose Hill Gymnasium, is the oldest gym still being used by an NCAA Division I team. It serves as the home court for the basketball and volleyball teams. The 3,200 seat gym opened on January 16, 1925 for a game between Fordham and Boston College. The Rose Hill Gym has been the site of many legendary college and high school basketball games including Kareem Abdul Jabbar’s final high school game and the 1988 Tolentine-Archbishop Molloy Catholic High School Athletic Association (CHSAA) Championship game, billed by the New York Newsday as the “Best High School Game of the 80’s”. The Rose Hill Gym continues to host the CHSAA Championships annually.
We are proud to be hosting the 2020-2022 New York State Federation Tournament. Fordham offers the very best that New York has to offer, as does the Federation tournament. We hope you enjoy your time here and the games.