08/22/2020 - As we return to the Fisher campus, never have I had such anticipation for the beginning of a semester. There is no doubt this fall will be unlike any other semester you or I have ever experienced.
08/21/2020 - On Friday, Aug. 21, St. John Fisher College officially welcomed the Class of 2024 to their new home. And, while students, parents, faculty, and staff may have been wearing masks, the face coverings couldn't hide the smiles, spirit, and enthusiasm on campus.
08/21/2020 - On Friday, Aug. 21, St. John Fisher College will officially welcome the Class of 2024 to campus. This will be the largest cohort of freshmen to arrive on campus in the College’s history; and this is the fourth consecutive year that Fisher has enrolled a class larger than 600 students.
08/20/2020 - Dr. Joy Snyder ’18 (Pharm.D.) was recently selected as an American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP) 2020 Walmart Scholar. Snyder, who is currently completing a fellowship program through the Wegmans School of Pharmacy, is one of only 65 individuals from across the nation to be awarded the scholarship.
沙巴体育滚球 08/18/2020 - St. John Fisher College is one of the best colleges in the Northeast according to The Princeton Review.
沙巴体育滚球 08/18/2020 - Earlier this summer, the St. John Fisher College Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. School of Education announced a four-week training course for teachers focused on best practices for online education.
沙巴体育滚球 08/17/2020 - On the morning of Monday, Aug. 10, more than a dozen high school students began their first day in College Bound, St. John Fisher College’s annual summer program aimed at demystifying the college search and application process.
08/17/2020 - Sean Farnsworth, athletics communications coordinator for St. John Fisher College, was recently elected to a two-year term as the Region 2 representative on the Division III Sports Information Directors of America Board of Directors.
08/14/2020 - Nearly 80 members of the Class of 2024 spent the last six weeks looking at the coronavirus pandemic through a multi-faceted, interdisciplinary lens.
08/13/2020 - Dr. Alexey Ignatchenko, associate professor of chemistry at St. John Fisher College, received a $213,652 grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to support a fundamental research study in catalytic reactions on surfaces with a potential to improve the production of biofuel.