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A group of men assembled on the front steps of a building, posed in formal wear.
Fordham College (then St. John's College) class of 1865 assembled on the steps of the Cunniffe House.
Students and faculty in commencement garb walking down pathway among greenery.
Students and faculty during Fordham University's 2017 commencement ceremony.

Fordham University is a private, Roman Catholic research university located in New York City, New York, United States. Founded in 1841, it is the oldest Catholic institution of higher education in the northeastern United States,[1] the third-oldest university in the state of New York, and the only Jesuit university in New York City.[2] Since its establishment 177 years ago as St. John's College, the university has been home to multiple colleges and schools, some of which are defunct or have gone through changes in name. As of 2017, Fordham is composed of a total of four undergraduate and six constitutive graduate schools,[3] situated across three campuses in southern New York State, with its two main campuses in New York City: Rose Hill in the Bronx, and Lincoln Center in Manhattan.

As of 2017, Fordham claims over 183,500 alumni throughout the world.[4] Numerous U.S. and international politicians are counted among Fordham's alumni body, including Central Intelligence Directors William J. Casey and John O. Brennan, U.S. Attorney General John N. Mitchell, various governors, and two heads of state: Hage Geingob, President of Namibia, and Donald Trump, President of the United States. Anne M. Mulcahy, Chairperson and CEO of Xerox, Wellington Mara (owner of the New York Giants), and billionaire entrepreneurs Eugene Shvidler and Lorenzo Mendoza are alumni. As a Jesuit institution, the university claims numerous Roman Catholic clergy, including Álvaro Corrada del Río, Bishop of the Puerto Rican Diocese; Francis Spellman, cardinal and archbishop of New York; and James Massa, the first African American archbishop in North America.

Fordham has numerous alumni in the entertainment industry. In television, Emmy Award-winning actor Alan Alda; in film, Academy Award-winner Denzel Washington and nominee Patricia Clarkson; and in theater, Tony winners John Benjamin Hickey, Robert Sean Leonard, and Julie White; are alumni. Brit Award-winning singer-songwriter Lana Del Rey is an alumnae, as well as writers Mary Higgins Clark and Don DeLillo. Football players and coaches Vince Lombardi and Peter Carlesimo are alumni, as well as two-time Olympic gold medal-winning track runner Tom Courtney. Stage, film, and television actor Dylan McDermott, graduated from Fordham College at Lincoln Center in 1983 and is best known for his roles on stage in Biloxi Blues, in the television shows The Practice, American Horror Story and films Steel Magnolias, In the Line of Fire, and in 2018 the The Clovehitch Killer.

Legend[edit]

Notes and abbreviations used

  • Individuals who may belong in multiple sections appear only in one.
  • An empty class year or school/degree box indicates that the information is unknown.
  • "DNG" indicates the alumnus or alumna attended but did not graduate; year(s) of attendance are included if available.

Academia[edit]

College and university presidents[edit]

Sister Barbara Doherty, S.P.
Name Class year School(s) Degree(s) Notability Ref.
Seamus Carey 1993, 1996 GSAS M.A., PhD President of Transylvania University [11]
Francesco Cesareo GSAS M.A., PhD President of Assumption College, historian [12]
Vincent Cooke, S.J. 1960, 1962, 1965 FCRH, GRE, GSAS B.A., M.A. President of Canisius College (1993–2010), acting President of John Carroll University (1992)
[13]
Dennis Di Lorenzo FC B.S. Dean, NYU School of Professional Studies.
[14]
Steven DiSalvo 1984, 1990, 2002 FC, GE B.S., M.S., PhD President of Saint Anselm College [15]
Barbara Doherty, S.P. GRE PhD Former President of Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College [16]
John B. Duff FC B.S. 8th President of Columbia College Chicago [17]
Timothy S. Healy 1953 GSAS M.A. Former President of Georgetown University [18]
Michael Holman, S.J. DNG GE Principal of Heythrop College, University of London [19]
Candace Introcaso, CDP 1986 GSAS PhD President of La Roche College; former vice-President of Heritage University [20]
Rosemary Jeffries, R.S.M. GSAS M.A., PhD Former President of Georgian Court University [21]
Eamon Kelly 1958 FC B.S. President Emeritus of Tulane University
[22]
Robert B. Lawton 1970 FC B.S. President of Loyola Marymount University
[23]
Gerald W. Lynch 1958 FC B.S. President of John Jay College of Criminal Justice
[23]
William J. McGill 1943,
1947
FC, GSAS B.S., M.S. President of Columbia University
[23]
Robert J. Morris Law President of University of Dallas [24]
Edward J. Mortola 1938, 1941, 1946 FC, GSAS B.A., M.A., PhD President of Pace University [25]
Leo J. O'Donovan 1961 GSAS PhD President Emeritus of Georgetown University
[26]
Scott Pilarz, S.J. GSAS M.A. President of the University of Scranton (2003–13) [27]
Kevin Quinn, S.J. 1979 FC B.S. President of the University of Scranton (2013–2017)
[28]
Gerard Reedy, S.J. 1965 GSAS President of College of the Holy Cross
[23]
Paul Reiss 1954 GSAS M.A. President of College of the Holy Cross, and former dean of Marymount College
[23]
Harold Ridley, S.J. 1969 FC B.A. 23rd President of Loyola College, Maryland [29]
John Sexton 1963, 1978 FC, GSAS B.A., M.A., PhD President, New York University
[23]
Lawrence G. Smith 1971 FC B.S. Founding dean of Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine
[30]

Scholars and professors[edit]

Name Class year School(s) Degree(s) Notability Ref.
Regis J. Armstrong, O.F.M. GRE PhD Professor of theology at The Catholic University of America, Capuchin friar [33]
Ivo Banac 1969 FC B.A. Professor of history at Yale University
[34]
Francis J. Beckwith 1989 GSAS M.A., PhD Professor of philosophy at Baylor University [35]
James A. Brundage 1955 GSAS PhD Professor Emeritus of history at the University of Kansas [36]
Danielle Citron 1994 Law J.D. Professor of law at University of Maryland [37]
Francis Xavier Clooney, S.J. 1973 FC B.A. Professor of theology at Harvard University [38]
Selwyn Cudjoe 1969 FC B.A. Professor and scholar of Caribbean literature [39]
Kenneth C. Davis Historian [40]
Kathleen Deignan 1980, 1986 GRE M.A., PhD Professor of theology at Iona College [41]
Nancy Denton 1973 GSAS M.A. Professor of sociology at University at Albany, SUNY [42]
Owen Flanagan 1970 FC B.A. James B. Duke Professor of philosophy at Duke University [43]
Mary Cleophas Garvin 1927 FC B.S. Mathematician [44]
John Allan Grim 1968, 1975 FC, GSAS B.A., M.A. Professor at Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies [45]
Beverly Hall 1990 GSAS Ed.D Education administrator [46]
David Hartman GSAS M.A. Jewish scholar, founder of Shalom Hartman Institute [47]
Fr. Thomas Hopko 1982 GSAS PhD Orthodox Christian theologian
[48]
William Irwin 1992 FC B.A. Professor of philosophy at King's College [49]
Stanley Jaki, OSB 1958 GSAS PhD Physicist and theologian, Distinguished Professor at Seton Hall University [50]
David Kolb 1963 FC, GSAS B.A., M.A. Professor of philosophy at Bates College
[51]
Catherine LaCugna 1974, 1979 GRE M.A., PhD Professor of theology at University of Notre Dame [52]
Brian P. Levack 1965 FC B.A. Professor of history at University of Texas at Austin [53]
John J. McDermott 1959 GSAS PhD Professor of philosophy at Texas A&M University [54]
Guillermo Owen 1958 FC B.S. Mathematician
[55]
Fernando Picó, S.J. 1966 M.A. Historian and Jesuit, expert on the history of Puerto Rico, professor of history at the University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras Campus from 1972–2017
[56]
Anthony Picciano 1986 GSAS PhD Professor of education at City University of New York
[57]
Donald Spoto 1966, 1970 GSAS M.A., PhD Biographer and celebrity historian [58]
Ezra Suruma 1969 FC, GSAS B.S., M.S. Economist [59]
Vince Tinto 1963 FC B.S. Theorist in the field of higher education, particularly concerning university student retention
[60]
Mary Evelyn Tucker 1977 GSAS M.A. Co-founder and co-director of the Forum on Religion and Ecology at Yale University [61]
Susana Urbina 1972 GSAS PhD Psychologist, scholar [62]
Alice von Hildebrand Catholic theologian [63]
Lee Ward GSAS PhD Canadian political scientist and historian
[64]
Phyllis Zagano 1969 MC B.A. Professor of theology at Hofstra University
[65]

Art and literature[edit]

Name Class year School(s) Degree(s) Notability Ref.
Michael Alig 1984–85; DNG FC N/A Writer, club promoter
[66]
Candida Alvarez 1977 FC B.F.A. Painter [67]
Lester Atwell Author [68]
Edward Bloor 1973 FC B.A. Author [69]
Thomas Cahill 1964 FC B.A. Author
[70]
Paddy Chayefsky 1943 (DNG) N/A Playwright [71]
Kevin Clancy 2007 GSB MBA Blogger
[72]
Mary Higgins Clark 1979 FC B.A. Novelist
[70]
Maureen Corrigan FC B.A. Writer, critic
[73]
Michael Craig-Martin 1959–61 (DNG) FC N/A Irish-British conceptual artist [74]
Don DeLillo 1958 FC B.S. National Book Award and PEN/Faulkner Award-winning author
[70]
Richard Foerster 1971 FC B.A. Poet
[70]
Warren King 1938 FC B.S. Cartoonist [75]
John LaFarge 1852 SJC B.A. Visual artist, stained glass window-maker
[76]
Thomas Maier FC 1978 Author [77]
Robert Marasco 1958 FC B.A. Horror novelist and playwright [78]
Charles Martin FC B.A. Poet [79]
Harry Mattison 1974 FC B.A. Photographer [80]
Bernice McFadden 1983 FC B.A. Novelist [81]
Robert Munsch 1969 FC B.A. Children's author [82]
Virginia O'Hanlon 1930 GSAS PhD As a child, wrote a letter to the New York Sun asking about Santa Claus which prompted the famous response "Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus"
[83]
Isaac Oliver FC B.A. Playwright, author, comic [84]
Lev Raphael 1975 FC B.A. Author [85]
John Sanford 1927 Law J.D. Author [86]
Valerie Sayers FC Author
[87]
John Dawson Gilmary Shea 1854 SJC LL.D. Author and historian
[88]
Courtney Sheinmel Law J.D. Children's literature author [89]
B.A. Van Sise Visual Arts B.A. Photographer [90]
Jeanette Pasin Sloan 1967 MC B.F.A. Visual artist [91]

Business[edit]

Name Class year School(s) Degree(s) Notability Ref.
Robert A. Agresta 2005 FC B.S. Investor, politician [92]
Ellen Alemany 1980 GSB MBA Former chairman and CEO of RBS Citizens Financial Group and RBS Americas
[93]
Raul Alarcon 1978 FC B.S. CEO of Spanish Broadcasting System
[94]
Raul Perez 1992 GSB B.S. Winner, Structured Note Salesman of the Year, 2000-present
Darcy Antonellis GSB MBA CEO of Vubiquity [95]
Louis Boccardi 1958 FC B.S. CEO (1985–2003) of Associated Press; member of the Pulitzer Prize Board 1994–2003
[94]
Rose Marie Bravo 1971 FC B.S. Vice Executive and former CEO of Burberry
[96]
Kathleen Brown 1985 Law Senior advisor, Head of Public Finance (Western Region) of Goldman Sachs
[97]
Kevin Burke 1977 Law J.D. Chairman, President, and CEO of Con Edison
[98]
Harry Crosby GSB MBA Investment banker, former actor; son of Bing Crosby [99]
Katherine DePaul FC B.A. Record executive [100]
Mario Gabelli 1965 GSB CBA Billionaire founder, Chairman, CEO, and Chief Investment Officer of GAMCO Investors; donated $25 million to Fordham University in September 2010 for the undergraduate business school, renamed the Gabelli School of Business.
[94]
Stephen J. Hemsley 1974 GSB CBA CEO of UnitedHealth Group
[101]
Matt Higgins 2002 Law J.D. Executive of Miami Dolphins and New York Jets; co-founder of RSE Ventures [102]
Maria Elena Lagomasino 1977 GSB MBA CEO (2001–2005) of JP Morgan; Board of Directors, Coca-Cola
[103]
John Leahy 1972 FC B.A. COO of Customers, Airbus
[94]
John Mara 1979 Law M.L. President, COO, and co-owner of the New York Giants
[94]
Wellington Mara 1937 FC Former owner of the NFL's New York Giants from 1959 until his death
[94]
John J. McGrath 1989 GSAS PhD CEO, President of American Collegiate Acquisitions, Inc. [104]
Robert B. McKeon FC B.S. Chairman of Veritas Capital [105]
Lorenzo Mendoza 1991 FC Venezuelan billionaire, CEO of Empresas Polar
[106]
Joe Moglia 1971 FC Chairman and former CEO of TD Ameritrade Holding Corporation
[94]
Angelo Mozilo 1960 CBA Co-founder, Chairman, and CEO of Countrywide Financial Corporation
[107]
Anne M. Mulcahy 1974 MC Chairman and CEO of Xerox
[94]
Donna Redel 1995 Law J.D. Businesswoman and philanthropist [108]
Eugene Shvidler 1992 GSB MBA Russian-American billionaire, international oil tycoon
[109]
Don Valentine 1954 FC B.A. Venture capitalist at Sequoia Capital; an original investors of Apple Computer, Atari, LSI Logic, Oracle Corporation, Cisco, Electronic Arts, Google, and YouTube
[110]
Rosemary Vrablic FC Managing director and senior private banker of Deutsche Bank's US private wealth management business
[111]

Civil society[edit]

Religious clergy[edit]

Name Class year School(s) Degree(s) Notability Ref.
Emilio S. Allué 1981 GSAS PhD Auxiliary bishop, Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Boston [112]
Gordon Bennett, S.J. 1980 SCPS P.D. Bishop Emeritus, Diocese of Mandeville [113]
Edwin Broderick 1945 GSAS PhD Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Albany [114]
Elden Francis Curtiss GRE Roman Catholic prelate, former Bishop of Helena, Montana [115]
Edward Vincent Dargin 1919 FC B.A. Roman Catholic prelate, auxiliary bishop of Archdiocese of New York [116]
Álvaro Corrada del Río, S.J. 1974 FC B.A. Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Puerto Rican Diocese [117]
Joan Frances Gormley GRE PhD Consecrated virgin and Roman Catholic nun, Biblical scholar [118]
George Henry Guilfoyle 1968 Law J.D. Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Camden [119]
Michael John Hoban 1873 (DNG) SJC N/A Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Scranton [120]
Lubomyr Husar, M.S.U. 1966 GSAS Major archbishop, Ukrainian Catholic Church [121]
John Joseph Jenik Auxiliary bishop of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York [122]
Joseph Kopacz GSAS M.A. Bishop, Roman Catholic Diocese of Jackson [123]
Eugene Antonio Marino GRE M.A. First African American archbishop in North America [124]
James Massa 1997 GSAS PhD Bishop, Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn [125]
Theodore Edgar McCarrick FC Cardinal and Archbishop of Washington [126]
Nicolas M. Mondejar 1959 GSSS M.S. Bishop emeritus, Diocese of Romblon, Philippines [127]
Robert C. Morlino FC B.A. Bishop of Madison; former Bishop of Helena, Montana [128]
Patrick O'Boyle First resident archbishop of Washington [129]
Terrence Prendergast, S.J. FC B.A. Archbishop, Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Ottawa [130]
Sylvester Horton Rosecrans 1846 SJC Bishop, Roman Catholic Diocese of Columbus [131]
Francis Spellman 1911 FC B.A. Cardinal and Archbishop of New York [132]
Anthony Taylor 1989 GSAS PhD Bishop, Diocese of Little Rock, Arkansas [133]
Gerald Thomas Walsh 1983 M.S. GSS Vicar general, Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York [134]

Activism[edit]

Name Class year School(s) Degree(s) Notability Ref.
Virginia Apuzzo 1973 GE M.S. Gay rights activist [135]
Emma L. Bowen Health care and media activist [136]
Mirtha Colón GSSS M.S. Garifuna and HIV/AIDS activist [137]
Elizabeth McAlister 1961 MC B.A. Peace activist, former Roman Catholic nun [138]
Ilyasah Shabazz GSAS M.S. Social activist, writer, daughter of Malcolm X [139]

Entertainment[edit]

Film, television, and theater[edit]

Name Class year School(s) Degree(s) Notability Ref.
Philip Abbott FC Actor
[140]
Alan Alda 1956 FC B.A. Six-time Emmy Award-winning and six-time Golden Globe-winning actor
[70]
Trini Alvarado FC Actress [141]
Tracey Anarella GSB MBA Filmmaker [142]
Sherry Britton 1982 Law B.L. Burlesque performer and model [143]
Hilarie Burton 2000 (DNG) FC N/A Actress
[144]
Thomas Calabro 1981 FC B.A. Actor
[70]
Joshua Caldwell 2006 FC B.A. Director
[70]
Kate Morgan Chadwick FC B.A. Actress, singer
[70]
Patricia Clarkson 1982 FC B.A. Academy Award-nominated actress
[70]
Bud Collyer Law J.D. Radio and game show presenter [145]
David Copperfield 1975 (DNG) FC N/A Illusionist, actor
[146]
John DeLuca 2008 FC B.A. Actor
[147]
Tommy Dorfman 2015 FC B.A. Actor [148]
Alison Fraser 2010 GSAS M.A. Actress
[149]
Betty Gilpin 2008 FC B.A. Actress [150]
Sasha K. Gordon 2012 FC B.S. Actress [151]
Dan Grimaldi 1966 FC B.A. Actor
[70]
Regina Hall 1992 FC B.A. Actress [152]
Kenneth Harlan FC Silent film actor [153]
Pat Harrington, Jr. 1950 FC B.A. Actor
[70]
Jonathan Harris 1934 PHC MPharm Actor
[70]
John Benjamin Hickey 1985 FC B.A. Tony Award-winning actor
[154]
Raúl Juliá DNG FC N/A Actor
[155]
Wayne J. Keeley 1978 FC B.A. Producer, writer, and director
[70]
Bob Keeshan 1951 UGE B.S. Actor, writer, producer
[70]
Karen Kopins 1981 MC Actress [156]
Robert Sean Leonard 1990 FC B.A. Tony Award-winning actor [157]
Lou Liberatore 1981 FC B.A. Tony Award-nominated actor
[70]
Christina Bennett Lind 2005 FC B.A. Actress [158]
Heather Lind 2005 FC B.A. Actress [158]
Susan Lucci 1968 MC B.A. Actress
[70]
Dylan McDermott 1983 FC B.A. Actor
[70]
Rob McElhenney 1995 (DNG) FC N/A Actor, writer [159]
Michaela McManus 2005 FC B.A. Actress
[70]
Lara Jill Miller 1994 Law J.D. Actress
[70]
Ilan Mitchell-Smith 1997 GSAS M.A. Actor
[160]
Brianne Moncrief 2005 FC B.A. Actress
[70]
Paul Morrissey DNG FC N/A Film director [161]
Robert Mulligan 1948 FC B.A. Film director [162]
Dan Naturman Law J.D. Comedian [163]
Annie Parisse 1997 FC B.A. Actress
[70]
Denise Pence 2000 FC B.A. Actress [164]
Greg Poehler 2000 Law J.D. Actor [165]
Aaron Rhyne 2002 FC B.A. Video designer [166]
Lea Salonga 2000 (DNG) FC N/A Actress and singer [167]
Taylor Schilling 2006 FC B.A. Actress
[70]
John Scurti 1987 FC B.A. Actor
[70]
Amanda Seyfried 2003 (DNG) FC N/A Actress [168]
Raymond Siller 1960 FC B.A. Television writer
[70]
Karina Smirnoff FC B.A. Professional dancer
[169]
Hunter Tylo 1988–1990 (DNG) FC N/A Actress, former model
[170]
Denzel Washington 1977 FC B.A. Academy Award, Golden Globe, and Tony-winning actor
[70]
Julie White 1982 (DNG) FC N/A Tony Award-winning actress
[70]
Virginia Williams FC B.A. Actress
[171]

Music[edit]

Name Class year School(s) Degree(s) Notability Ref.
Lana Cantrell 1994 Law J.D. Grammy Award-nominated Australian singer [172]
Graham Clarke 1994 GSAS M.A. Children's music singer-songwriter [173]
Lana Del Rey 2008 FC B.A. BRIT Award-winning and Grammy-nominated singer and songwriter [70]
Kevin Devine 2001 FC B.A. Singer-songwriter [174]
Faith Evans 1991 (DNG) FC N/A Singer, songwriter
[175]
Norman Frauenheim FC Pianist
[176]
Cathie Ryan FC Celtic musician
[177]
Alice Smith 1999 FC B.A. Grammy Award-nominated singer
[70]

Government and politics[edit]

Heads of state and government[edit]

Name Class year School(s) Degree(s) Notability Ref.
Donald Trump 1964–66 (DNG) FC N/A 45th President of the United States
[178]
Hage Geingob 1970 FC B.A. First Prime Minister of Namibia following its independence. Third and the current President of Namibia.
[179]

Governors of the United States[edit]

Name Class year School(s) Degree(s) Notability Ref.
Andrew Cuomo 1979 FC B.A. Governor of New York State (former U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development under President Bill Clinton)
[179]
Martin H. Glynn 1914 FC B.A. Governor of New York State
[179]
Tim Murray FC 71st Lieutenant Governor of Massachusetts [180]
Malcolm Wilson 1933, 1936 FC, Law B.S., J.D. Governor of New York (1973–1975)
[179]

United States Executive Branch officials[edit]

Cabinet members[edit]

Name Class year School(s) Degree(s) Notability Ref.
John E. Potter 1977 FC B.S. U.S. Postmaster General and CEO of the U.S. Postal Service
[179]

Cabinet-level officers[edit]

Name Class year School(s) Degree(s) Notability Ref.
John O. Brennan 1977 FC B.A. Deputy National Security Advisor for Homeland Security (2009–2013) and CIA Director under President Barack Obama
[179]

Agency heads and subordinate officers[edit]

Name Class year School(s) Degree(s) Notability Ref.
William J. Casey 1934 FC B.S. U.S. Director of Central Intelligence (1981–1987)
[179]
E. Gerald Corrigan 1965, 1971 GSAS M.A., PhD Former President, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
[181]
Carmen Fariña GE M.A. New York City Schools Chancellor; head of the New York City Department of Education [182]

White House staff[edit]

Name Class year School(s) Degree(s) Notability Ref.
Ann McLaughlin Korologos 1963 MC B.A. United States Secretary of Labor (1987–1989) [183]
John N. Mitchell 1913 Law J.D. U.S. Attorney General under President Richard Nixon, figure in Watergate Scandal
[184]
Bernard M. Shanley 1938 Law B.L. Deputy Chief of Staff and White House Counsel to President Dwight D. Eisenhower
[185]

Military[edit]

Name Class year School(s) Degree(s) Notability Ref.
Gen. Jack Keane 1966 FC B.S. Retired four-star General and former Vice Chief of Staff of the United States Army
[186]
Martin T. McMahon 1855 SJC, Law B.L. Bvt. Major General, United States Army, recipient of the Medal of Honor, United States Ambassador to Paraguay, New York State Senator, New York State Assemblyman
[187]
Robert C. Murray 1968 FC U.S. soldier, recipient of Medal of Honor [188]
John Morrison Oliver SJC Union general during the American Civil War [189]
Robert Gould Shaw 1850-51 SJC Colonel, United States Army, commander of the 54th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment [190][191]

Judges[edit]

Loretta Preska
Name Class year School(s) Degree(s) Notability Ref.
William G. Bassler 1960 FC B.A. Judge, United States District Court for the District of New Jersey [192]
Vincent L. Briccetti 1978 Law J.D. Judge, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York
[193]
Robert J. Callahan 1955 Law J.D. Chief Justice of the Connecticut Supreme Court (1996–99) [194]
Claire C. Cecchi 1989 Law J.D. Judge, U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey
[195]
Denny Chin 1978 Law J.D. Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit
[179]
John William Clancy 1909, 1912 FC, Law B.A., LL.B. Judge, United States District Court for the Southern District of New York [196]
Salvatore A. Cotillo 1911 Law J.D. Italian-born New York lawyer and politician; first Italian-American to serve in both houses of the New York State Legislature, and the first to serve as Justice of the New York State Supreme Court
[197]
Kevin Duffy 1958 Law J.D. U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York
[198]
Claire Eagan 1976 Law J.D. Chief Judge, U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Oklahoma
[199]
David Norton Edelstein FC, Law B.S., M.A. U.S. Federal Judge
[200]
Peter T. Farrell 1925 Law J.D. Judge who presided over the trial of bank robber Willie Sutton.
[201]
James Thomas Foley 1931 FC B.A. Judge, United States District Court for the Northern District of New York [202]
Arthur Gonzalez 1982 Law J.D. Judge, U.S. Bankruptcy Court (1995–present); presided over Enron Corporation and WorldCom bankruptcies
[203]
Denis Reagan Hurley 1966 Law J.D. Judge, U.S. District Court of the Eastern District of New York
[204]
Irving Kaufman 1931 Law J.D. Chief Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit
[205]
John F. Keenan 1954 Law J.D. Judge, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York
[206]
Paul Joseph Kelly, Jr. 1967 Law J.D. Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit
[207]
Vincent L. Leibell 1908 Law LL.B. U.S. Federal Judge [208]
Barbara Lenk 1972 FC B.A. Associate Justice of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court [209]
Gerald McLaughlin 1914 FC B.A. Judge, United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit [210]
Joseph M. McLaughlin 1959 Law J.D. Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit (1990 – August 8, 2013)
[211]
Kevin Michael Moore 1976 Law J.D. Judge, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida
[212]
William Hughes Mulligan 1939, 1942 FC, Law B.S., J.D. Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit (1971–1981)
[213]
Gregory Francis Noonan 1928 Law LL.B. Judge, United States District Court for the Southern District of New York (1950–1964) [214]
Marilyn Hall Patel 1963 Law J.D. Judge, U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California
[213]
Loretta A. Preska 1973 Law J.D. Judge, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York
[179]
Jaime Rios 1977 Law J.D. Judge, Queens County Supreme Court
[215]
Cathy Seibel 1985 Law J.D. Judge, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York
[216]

United States congress[edit]

U.S. Senators[edit]

Name Class year School(s) Degree(s) Notability Ref.
Neil Breslin 1964 FC B.S. New York State Senator, New York 42nd District (1997–2002), 46th District (2003–12), 44th District (2013–) [217]
Joan Fitz-Gerald Law J.D. President of the Senate, Colorado (2001–07) [218]
Michael Gianaris 1990 FC B.S. New York State Senator, New York 12th District (2011–) [219]
Brien McMahon 1924 FC B.A. U.S. Senator, Connecticut (1945–1952)
[179]
Edward Murphy, Jr. 1857 SJC U.S. Senator, New York (1893–1899)
[179]
Malcolm Smith FC B.S. U.S. Senator, New York 10th District (2000–02), 14th District (2003–14) [220]

U.S. Representatives[edit]

Name Class year School(s) Degree(s) Notability Ref.
Hugh Joseph Addonizio 1939 FC Member of U.S. House of Representatives, New Jersey (1949–62) [221]
Loring M. Black Jr. 1907 FC Member of the U.S. House of Representatives, New York (1911–23) [222]
Joseph Cao 1995 GSAS M.A. Member of the U.S. House of Representatives, Louisiana (2009–11) [223]
Dan Donovan 1988 Law J.D. Member of U.S. House of Representatives, New York's 11th district (2015–) [224]
Francis Edwin Dorn 1932, 1935 FC, Law B.A., B.L. Member of the U.S. House of Representatives (1953–61)
[179]
Geraldine Ferraro 1960 Law J.D. Member of the U.S. House of Representatives (1979–85) and first woman Vice Presidential candidate of a major political party
[179]
Vito Fossella 1993 Law J.D. Member of the U.S. House of Representatives (1998–2008)
[179]
Robert Giaimo 1941 FC Member of the U.S. House of Representatives (1959–81)
[179]
James Kerrigan SJC Member of U.S. House of Representatives, New York's 4th congressional district (1861–63) [225]
Jerrold Nadler 1977 Law Member of the U.S. House of Representatives (1993–present)
[179]
Donald Lawrence O'Toole 1925 Law J.D. Member of the U.S. House of Representatives, New York's 13th district (1945–53) [226]
Bill Pascrell, Jr. 1959, 1961 FC, GSAS Member of the U.S. House of Representatives (1997–present)
[179]
Thomas Vincent Quinn 1924 Law B.L. Member of the U.S. House of Representatives (1949–51) [227]
James P. Scoblick 1930 Law Member of the U.S. House of Representatives (1946–49)
[179]
Adam Smith 1987 FC Member of the U.S. House of Representatives, Washington state (1997–present)
[179]

Other U.S. political figures[edit]

Joan Voss
Name Class year School(s) Degree(s) Notability Ref.
Thomas J. Abinanti 1968 FC B.A. Member of the New York State Assembly, 92nd district [228]
Rob Astorino 1989 FC B.A. County Executive of Westchester County [229]
Adrian A. Basora 1960 FC B.A. Diplomat, United States Ambassador to the Czech Republic under George H.W. Bush [230]
Richard Bond 1972 FC B.A. Chairman of the Republican National Committee (1992–93) [231]
Jack Caulfield Security operative and law enforcement officer of the Richard Nixon administration [232]
Carmine DeSapio 1931 FC B.A. Secretary of State of New York (1955–59) [233]
Joseph F. Finnegan 1931 Law LL.B. Director of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service [234]
John F. Good 1954 FC FBI agent who created the Abscam sting operation in the late 1970s and early 1980s which led to the arrest and conviction of several elected officials at the local, state and federal level, which was portrayed in the 2013 film American Hustle.
[235]
John Granville 1997 FC United States Agency for International Development diplomat assassinated in Sudan
[179]
Louis F. Haffen 1875 SJC B.A. First borough president of the Bronx [236]
George Harlamon FC B.S. Mayor of Waterbury, Connecticut, (1969–1970)
[237]
Vincent R. Impellitteri 1924 Law J.D. 101st Mayor of New York City [238]
John N. Irwin 1941 Law J.D. Diplomat, aide to Douglas MacArthur [239]
Ellen Jaffee 1980 GE M.S. Member of the New York State Assembly, 97th district [219]
G. Gordon Liddy 1952 FC Political operative for President Richard Nixon, leader of the Watergate scandal, political pundit and radio show host
[240]
Ray McGovern 1961, 1962 FC, GSAS Former CIA analyst, political activist
[241]
Judith McHale 1979 Law J.D. Under Secretary of State for Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs (2009–11) [242]
Liam McLaughlin 1989 FC B.S. Yonkers City Council president [243]
Dave Mejias 1995 Law J.D. Democratic politician [244]
Rick Merkt 1975 Law J.D. Member of New Jersey General Assembly, 25th district [245]
Louis Niñé 1950 FC B.S. Politician [246]
James Oddo FC B.A. Borough president of Staten Island [247]
Cesar A. Perales 1965 Law J.D. 65th Secretary of State of New York [248]
Phelps Phelps 1925 Law J.D. U.S. Ambassador to the Dominican Republic [249]
Adam Clayton Powell IV 1988 Law J.D. Member of the New York State Assembly, 68th district (2001–10) [250]
Daniel Ragsdale Law J.D. Deputy Director of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement [251]
Loret Miller Ruppe MC U.S. Ambassador to Norway, director of Peace Corps [252]
Holly Schepisi 1997 Law J.D. Member of Member of the New Jersey General Assembly, 39th district [253]
Jo Anne Simon Law Member of the New York State Assembly, 52nd district
[254]
Aravella Simotas 1999, 2002 FC, Law Member of the New York State Assembly (2011–)
[255]
Austin Tobin 1928 Law Executive director of the Port of New York Authority (1942–1972)
[179]
Joan Voss 1998 GSAS Ed.D. Member of New Jersey General Assembly (2004–2012) [256]
Frank Zullo Mayor of Norwalk, Connecticut (1965–1971)
[257]

International political figures[edit]

Name Class year School(s) Degree(s) Notability Ref.
Étienne-Théodore Pâquet SJC French-Canadian civil law notary [258]

Law[edit]

Name Class year School(s) Degree(s) Notability Ref.
Francis W.H. Adams 1928 Law J.D. Lawyer, New York City Police Commissioner (1954–55) [259]
Eunice Carter 1932 Law J.D. Lawyer [260]
Robert J. Cleary 1980 Law J.D. U.S. Attorney for the District of New Jersey (1999–2002) [179]
Walter A. Lynch 1915, 1918 FC, Law B.A., J.D. New York Supreme Court Justice [261]
Shana Madoff 1995 Law J.D. Former attorney [262]
Dudley Field Malone Law Lawyer, activist [263]
William R. Meagher 1924, 1927 FC, Law Former Senior Partner, Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom
[213]
Ruth Whitehead Whaley 1924 Law First African American woman to be admitted to the New York State and North Carolina Bar Associations
[213]

Media and communications[edit]

Name Class year School(s) Degree(s) Notability Ref.
John Andariese 1960 GSB CBA Radio color commentator for the New York Knicks
[264]
Dick Brennan 1983 GSB B.S. Journalist, WCBS-TV [265]
Louis Boccardi 1958 FC B.A. Retired president of The Associated Press
[264]
Mike Breen 1983 FC Sportscaster for NBA games on ABC and ESPN as well as New York Knicks games on MSG Network
[264]
Patti Ann Browne 1987 FC B.A. FOX News anchor and reporter
[264]
Chris Carrino 1992 GSB CBA Radio play-by-play announcer for the New Jersey Nets
[264]
John Chervokas 1959 FC Advertising writer and executive [266]
Chip Cipolla 1950 FC Radio announcer for the New York Football Giants and other professional sports teams in the New York City area
[264]
Christopher Cuomo 1995 Law J.D. Emmy Award-winning correspondent for ABC News
[264]
Jack Curry 1986 FC B.A. Baseball columnist and reporter for The New York Times
[264]
Arthur Daley 1926 FC Sportswriter; first Fordham graduate to win a Pulitzer Prize [267]
Spero Dedes 2001 FC B.A. Radio play-by-play announcer for the New York Knicks (2011 season) and previously for Los Angeles Lakers
[264]
Lauren Duca 2013 FC B.A. Journalist
[268]
Jim Dwyer 1979 FC B.S. Two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist
[264]
Jack Ford Law J.D. Journalist [269]
Pete Fornatale 1967 FC B.A. Radio personality and music historian
[264]
Alice Gainer 2004 FC B.A. WCBS-TV and WLNY-TV anchor [265]
Phil Giubileo 1995 GSB CBA Radio play-by-play announcer for the Bridgeport Sound Tigers in the American Hockey League
[264]
Amanda Hearst 2008 FC B.A. Marketing editor of Marie Claire
[270]
Michael Kay 1982 FC B.A. Television play-by-play announcer for the New York Yankees
[264]
Greg Kelly 1991 FC B.A. News anchor, Good Day New York
[264]
Tom Leykis 1972–73 (DNG) FC N/A Talk radio personality [271]
Dotty Lynch 1968 GSSS M.S. Journalist, political pollster [272]
Lori Majewski 1993 FC B.A. Entertainment writer [273]
Patrick Range McDonald FC B.A. Journalist [274]
Malcolm Moran 1975 FC B.A. Sportswriter for USA Today, USBWA Hall of Famer
[264]
Lynn Neary 1971 TMC B.A. Award-winning NPR journalist
[264]
Olivia Nuzzi 2013 (DNG) FC N/A Journalist [275]
Marianna Olszewski GSB MBA Writer and life coach [276]
Charles Osgood 1954 FC B.S. Three-time Emmy Award and two-time Peabody Award-winning journalist for CBS, Radio Hall of Famer
[264]
Bob Papa 1986 GSB CBA Radio play-by-play announcer for the New York Giants
[264]
Tony Reali 2000 FC B.A. Host of ESPN's Around the Horn and 'Statboy' on Pardon the Interruption
[277]
Lauren Scala 2004 FC B.A. Traffic reporter for Today in NY
[278]
Vin Scully 1949 FC B.A. Emmy Award-winning sportscaster for the Los Angeles Dodgers; Baseball Hall of Fame; Radio Hall of Fame
[279]
Charlie Slowes 1983 FC Radio play-by-play announcer for the Washington Nationals
[280]
Susan L. Taylor 1989 FC B.A. Editor and journalist
[281]
Loretta Tofani 1975 FC B.A. Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist
[264]
Paul Wontorek Editor of Broadway.com [282]
Mike Yam 2003 FC B.A. Pac-12 Network and former ESPN sports anchor [283]

Royalty[edit]

Name Class year School(s) Degree(s) Notability Ref.
Archduchess Charlotte of Austria GSSS Daughter of Emperor Charles I of Austria
[284]
Jazmin Grace Grimaldi 2014 GSB B.S. Daughter of Albert II, Prince of Monaco, granddaughter of Grace Kelly [285]

Science and technology[edit]

Name Class year School(s) Degree(s) Notability Ref.
Mollie Beattie 1968 MC B.A. Nature conservationist [286]
Fred Berlin 1966 GSAS M.S. Psychiatrist and sexologist [287]
Jason Calcanis 1992 FC B.A. Internet entrepreneur; founder of Silicon Alley Reporter and Digital Coast Reporter
[288]
Rita Charon 1970 FC B.A. Executive Director of the Program in Narrative Medicine at Columbia University [289]
Gloria M. Coruzzi 1976 FC B.S. Molecular biologist and professor [290]
George Coyne, S.J. 1958 FC B.S. Astronomer, and former director of the Vatican Observatory
[291]
Ronald A. DePinho, M.D. 1977 FC B.S. President of The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
[292]
Maureen Goodenow FC B.S. Scientist and AIDS researcher [293]
Susan Love 1970 FC B.S. Surgeon, co-founder of National Breast Cancer Coalition [294]
Sean E. McCance 1987 FC B.S. Co-Director of spine surgery in the Leni and Peter W. May Department of Orthopaedics, Mount Sinai Medical Center [295]
Colleen Plimpton FC B.S. Horticulturalist [296]
Thomas D. Schiano 1979 FC B.S. Liver transplantation specialist [297]
Marie Taylor 1941 GSAS PhD Botanist [298]
Monica Turner 1980 FC B.S. Ecologist [299]
James Joseph Walsh 1884 SJC PhD Physician, author, encyclopedia contributor and science journalist
[300]

Sports[edit]

Name Class year School(s) Degree(s) Notability Ref.
Jermaine Anderson 2006 FC Canadian professional basketball player [301]
Nate Archibald 1990 GSAS M.S. Former NBA player
[302]
Steve Bellán 1868 SJC First Latin American to play Major League Baseball
[303]
Hank Borowy 1939 FC B.S. MLB starting pitcher [304]
Sam Bower Gridiron football player
[305]
Peter A. Carlesimo 1940 FC Former Executive Director, National Invitation Tournament
[303]
P.J. Carlesimo 1971 FC College and professional basketball coach; Portland Trail Blazers, Golden State Warriors
[303]
Ken Charles 1983 FC Former NBA basketball player, played for the Atlanta Hawks and Buffalo Braves [306]
Jack Coffey 1910 FC Minor league baseball player; namesake of Coffey Field [307]
Tom Courtney 1955 FC Two-time Olympic Games gold medalist, held world record in 880-yard run
[303]
Ed Danowski 1934 FC NFL player for the New York Giants [308]
Kevin Eakin 2004 FC Professional football player [309]
Chase Edmonds 2018 FC Professional football player [310]
Joelle Forte 2010 FC Professional figure skater [311]
Ed Franco 1937 FC Professional football player, one of the Seven Blocks of Granite [312]
Frankie Frisch 1920 FC B.S. Baseball Hall of Famer
[303]
Kerri Gallagher 2011 FC B.S. Long-distance runner [313]
Frank Gargan 1910 FC College football player and coach [314][315]
Howard Gargan 1908 FC College football player and coach [316]
Eddie Gordon 2005 GSB B.S. The Ultimate Fighter 19 Finale winner, professional mixed martial artist
[317]
Pete Harnisch 1987 FC Former Major League All-Star pitcher
[303]
Bob Hassmiller 1939 FC Consensus Second Team All-American basketball player in 1939 [318]
Harry Jacunski 1939 FC NFL player, college football coach
[303]
Aki Jones 2009 GSB B.S. NFL player, Washington Redskins [319]
Grant Kerr 2008 FC B.S. Scottish professional soccer player in Europe [320]
Jim Lansing 1943 FC Football coach [321]
Vince Lombardi 1937 FC B.S. Football coach, Pro Football Hall of Famer, one of the Seven Blocks of Granite
[303]
Nick Martinez 2012 (DNG) Professional Baseball Pitcher
[322]
Joe McCluskey 1933 FC B.S. Olympic Games bronze medalist, USATF Hall of Famer
[323]
Ryan Meara 2012 GSB B.S. Soccer player, New York Red Bulls [324]
John Mulcahy 1894 SJC Olympic Games gold and silver medalist
[303]
Patrick Murray 2012 FC NFL Player
[325]
Leo Paquin FC Football player, one of the Seven Blocks of Granite [326]
Dan O'Sullivan 1990 FC Former NBA journeyman
[303]
Howie Roseman 2000 Law Manager of Philadelphia Eagles
[303]
John Skelton 2010 FC Professional football player for the Cincinnati Bengals
[303]
Dave Shean 1906 SJC Major League Baseball second baseman [327]
Jack Slattery 1901 SJC Major League Baseball catcher [327]
Kurt Sohn Former NFL player, New York Jets [328]
Walt Uzdavinis 1934 FC NFL player [329]
Tom Sullivan 1972 College basketball head coach for Southern New Hampshire University, Manhattan College, and University of Maryland, Baltimore County [330]
Sara Whalen 2006 GSE Former professional soccer player for the New York Power and US Women's National team
[303]
Cary Williams 2003–04 (DNG) FC N/A NFL player [331]
Greg Wilson FC NFL player
[332]
Alex Wojciechowicz 1938 FC Pro Football Hall of Famer, College Football Hall of Famer, one of the Seven Blocks of Granite
[303]
John Wolyniec 1999 FC Major League Soccer player for the New York Red Bulls
[303]
Vinnie Yablonski 1941–42 (DNG) FC N/A NFL player with the Chicago Cardinals [333]
Joe Zapustas 1933 FC Major League Baseball player [334]

Miscellaneous[edit]

Name Class year School(s) Degree(s) Notability Ref.
Jonathon Edington 2004 Law J.D. Convicted murderer, former lawyer [335]

Fictional[edit]

Name Notability Ref.
Jack Boyle Character in Blue Bloods (television series) [336]
Ray Brocco Character of The Good Shepherd (film, 2006) [337]
Adam Burton Character in Little Manhattan (film, 2005) [338]
Dominick Carisi Character in Law and Order: Special Victims Unit (television series) [339]
Pepper Cartwright Character of Supreme Courtship (novel, 2008) [340]
Michael Clayton Title character of Michael Clayton (film, 2007) [341]
Bryan Connerty Character in Billions (television series) [342]
Michael J. Flaherty Character in Spin City (television series) [343]
Mary Gilligan Character of Shattered Vows (television film, 1984) [344]
Jacob Moore Character of Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps (film, 2010) [345]
Nicole Character of Whiplash (film, 2014) [341]
Annie Norris Character of Life on Mars (television series) [346]
Dave Norris Character of The Adjustment Bureau (film, 2011) [341]
Sonek Pran A character in Star Trek: A Singular Destiny (novel, 2009) [347]
Erin Reagan Character in Blue Bloods (television series) [348]
Samantha Reyes Character in Daredevil (television series); wears a Fordham sweatshirt, implying she is an alumna [349]
Nick Rice Character of Law Abiding Citizen (film, 2009) [350]
Frank Rossitano Character on 30 Rock (television series), attended Fordham for a semester, but had to drop out when his mother became ill. [351]
Jack Spaniel Character on The Newsroom (television series) [341]
Vinnie Terranova Character of Wiseguy (television series) [352]
Bruno Tattaglia Character of The Godfather (novel, 1969) [353]

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