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Fordham University's facilities are very nice.
I've never had a problem with SC in the evenings, and I go pretty much daily. I think you probably just had one bad experience.
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Written by Madyson Spano
The facilities at Fordham University are somewhat mixed in terms of their upkeep. Most buildings at Rose Hill are very old, with many more than 100 years of age, but they are still in beautiful condition. However, inside some of the buildings, the facilities are not as impressive. Students tend to complain about the cafeteria and the gym the most. The cafeteria, in addition to serving food that most students find inedible, is far too small for the amount of people that use it. It is almost impossible to find a table during popular lunch and dinner hours, and once you manage to secure a seat, you have to deal with the madhouse that exists inside the actual serving area. The gym is also pretty inadequate and in need of updated machinery, and just more space overall.
The landscaping at Rose Hill is so beautifully done that, as you stroll around campus, it's easy to forget that you are actually in the middle of the Bronx. Another high point in Fordham's facilities is the Walsh Library. It boasts tons of different places for studying, so whether you're looking to sit alone at a desk, or sit in a private room so you can talk to your friends, you'll be able to find your study niche in Walsh. Certain sections remain open until 2 a.m. during the week, so it's the perfect place for late-night cramming or paper writing. The only issue students tend to have with the library is the lack of a 24-hour section.
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