Named for John Larkin, S.J., Fordham University President (1851-1854)
Named after Laurence J. McGinley, S.J., Fordham University president (1949-1963)
While the structure is technically called Alumni House, the coffee shop it contains is named for the builder and former resident, William Rodrigue, brother in law of Archbishop John Hughes
Named for Joseph T. Keating, S.J., University treasurer (1910-1948)
Named for William J. Duane, S.J. University President (1924-1930)
Named for Fr. Arthur V. Shea SJ, Dean of Students and Athletic Director.
Named after Fancis Cardinal Spellman, a member of the Class of 1911 and Arch bishop of NY
Named for the Science Professor Thomas A.J. Freeman, S.J.
Named after William D. Walsh, Class of 1951, and his wife, Jane
Named for John J. Collins, S.J., Fordham University President (1904 - 1906)
Named in memory of Bill Tierney, a football player who died prior to the Rams' 1996 Homecoming game against Lafayette
Named after of John Francis Coffey, Class of 1910
Named for Cornelius Murphy, a football player who died from injuries suffered during the 1931 Fordham-Bucknell game
Named for Fr. John Leonard SJ Patriarch of Fordham theater and former trustee.
Named for Archbishop John Hughes, Archbishop of New York and founder of Fordham University (1841)
Named after Michael P. Walsh, S.J., University President (1969-1972)
Named after Leon Lowenstein
Name for Blessed Rupert Mayer S.J., a German Jesuit who opposed the Nazis
Each hall in this large dormitory is named after a Jesuit martyr, Isaac Jogues, John LaLande and Rene Goupil