Discover the notable alumni of Fordham University. The list includes people like Donald Trump, Denzel Washington, Alan Alda, Adam Smith & Annie Parisse. This list of notable alumni is loosely sorted by popularity and has people from different domains of life, such as media personalities, film & theater personalities, miscellaneous, writers and business people etc.
Donald TrumpDonald Trump
14 June 1946, American
45th U.S. President
Denzel WashingtonDenzel Washington
28 December 1954, American
American actor

Alan AldaAlan Alda
28 January 1936, American
Actor

Adam SmithAdam Smith
16 June 1723, Scottish
Economist and Philosopher

Faith EvansFaith Evans
10 June 1973, American
American singer

David CopperfieldDavid Copperfield
16 September 1956, American
American illusionist
Vince LombardiVince Lombardi
11 June 1913, American
American football player

John N. MitchellJohn N. Mitchell
15 September 1913, American
67th Attorney General of the United States

Annie ParisseAnnie Parisse
31 July 1975, American
Actress

Michaela McManusMichaela McManus
20 May 1983, American
Actress
Vin ScullyVin Scully
29 November 1927, American
Sportscaster

Jazmin Grace GrimaldiJazmin Grace Grimaldi
04 March 1992, American
Albert II, Prince of Monaco's Daughter
Betty GilpinBetty Gilpin
21 July 1986, American
Actress

Patricia ClarksonPatricia Clarkson
29 December 1959, American
Actress

John O. BrennanJohn O. Brennan
22 September 1955, American
Intelligence official
Michael AligMichael Alig
29 April 1966, American
Club promoter

G. Gordon LiddyG. Gordon Liddy
30 November 1930, American
Lawyer
Karina SmirnoffKarina Smirnoff
02 January 1978, Ukrainian
Dancer

Julia CameronJulia Cameron
04 March 1948, American
Screenwriter, Film director, Novelist, Poet

Paddy ChayefskyPaddy Chayefsky
29 January 1923, American
Playwright
Joel SteinbergJoel Steinberg
25 May 1941, American
Officer

Amanda HearstAmanda Hearst
05 January 1984, American
Socialite, Model
Don DeLilloDon DeLillo
20 November 1936, American
Writer, Playwright, Screenwriter, Novelist,

Julie WhiteJulie White
04 June 1961, American
Film actress

Ilyasah ShabazzIlyasah Shabazz
22 July 1962, American
Author

Jerrold NadlerJerrold Nadler
13 June 1947, American
Politician
Wellington MaraWellington Mara
14 August 1916, American
Officer
Rosa DeLauroRosa DeLauro
02 March 1943, American
Politician

Tony RealiTony Reali
04 July 1978, American
 

Robert MunschRobert Munsch
11 June 1945, Canadian, American
Author

Tom LeykisTom Leykis
01 August 1956, American
Radio personality
William J. CaseyWilliam J. Casey
13 March 1913, American
Director of Central Intelligence Agency

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Virginia WilliamsVirginia Williams
18 March 1978, American
Actress

Kether DonohueKether Donohue
31 October 1985, American
Actress

Robert MulliganRobert Mulligan
23 August 1925, American
Director

Lorenzo BorgheseLorenzo Borghese
09 June 1972, Italian
 
Bud CollyerBud Collyer
18 June 1908, American
Voice actor, Actor

Michael Craig-MartinMichael Craig-Martin
28 August 1941, Irish
Sculptor, Painter, University teacher
Mike BreenMike Breen
22 May 1961, American
Sports commentator

Michael KayMichael Kay
02 February 1961, American
sports commentator, announcer

Thomas Vincent LombardiThomas Vincent Lombardi
11 June 1913, American
Coach, American football player
Founded by the Catholic Diocese of New York in 1841, Fordham University is a private non-profit research university based out of New York. Being deemed 60th in the classification of ‘more selective’ universities by U.S. News & World Report, Fordham University has a combined enrollment of approximately 15,000 students. The university offers graduate, post graduate, doctoral and professional degrees wherein the academic ideals are drawn from its Jesuit influences. Fordham University offers various programs in the fields of Business, Law, Social Service, Arts & Science, Education, and Religion and so on. It has been deemed as a doctoral university with high research activity by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. Fordham University has also bagged the 60th place in the category of America’s Best Colleges: National Universities, as per the 2017 edition of U.S. News & World Reports. Additionally, Fordham University is renowned for its curriculum which incorporates wisdom, critical and innovative thinking, creative problem-solving and integrity. All these core values are reflected in its principles, ideals and teachings. The campus is so diverse in ethnicity and culture that it is the perfect amalgamation of openhearted cultures from across the globe. Not only does it give foreign students the opportunity to study in the exquisite campus, but provides all its students with over 130 study abroad opportunities to hone their skills. Some of its esteemed alumni’s include Denzel Washington, Mary Higgins Clark, Vince Lombardi and Geraldine Ferraro. Keep reading to know more remarkable personalities who studied at Fordham University.