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Congratulations Cardinals

We celebrate with the Fisher Class of 2023! Now, you can view the full videos from each of the Commencement ceremonies. View the ceremonies

Overhead view of Kearney with Fisher employees creating a 75 on the lawn in honor of Fisher's 75th anniversary.

Congratulations to the Fisher employees who participated in the J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge last week. See even more reasons to be part of our collaborative community

Graduating students in commencement regalia display their diploma holders after the ceremony.
Congratulations Cardinals

Congratulations and best wishes for a bright future to the Fisher class of 2023. View a video recap of the ceremonies

  1. 1960

    As we look back during our 75th anniversary year, we remember the first time the Cardinal was used as Fisher's mascot in 1960. Learn more

  2. In September 1960, Fisher's cross-country team announced its name as The Cardinals, and the college mascot was born.

  3. 2001

    The Cardinal went through several iterations over the years to its current state which was developed in 2001. Learn moreView other milestones in Fisher's history

  4. The Cardinal mascot stands in front of the Athletics Hall of Fame with an imprint of the Cardinal logo.

  5. 25

    The Cardinal mascot represents 25 Division III athletics teams at Fisher and can be seen across campus at events such as Move-In Weekend, the Teddi Dance for Love, and more! Learn more

  6. Throwback to other Cardinal mascots on campus, circa 1990.

 All of the hands-on experience I gained at Fisher helped me land an amazing job. The faculty are amazing people who love what they do and work hard to help students become successful graduates. ”

Diana Delrio
  • Diana Delrio '22
  • Supervised Release Coordinator at Brooklyn Justice Initiatives

 Fisher has put me in front of a lot of important people in my field. The connections I made through Fisher are the reasons why I do what I do. They built confidence in me and gave me opportunities to showcase my work. ”

Josh Ramos

 As a first-generation college student, the values I learned in my time at Fisher have been instrumental in developing me as a person and professional. ”

Anthony DiPerna
  • Anthony DiPerna '16
  • Assistant District Attorney, Monroe County

 My Fisher education has been one of the best experiences of my life and has prepared me for so much. I have gotten many offers and compliments before people even meet me when they find out that I am a Fisher grad. ”

Shalonda Lester
  • Shalonda Lester '13
  • R.N., Emergency Department, Highland Hospital

 I truly believe I attained a strong sense of goodness, discipline, and knowledge in my three years at Fisher, and I left with a well-rounded education and a drive to change the world and promote social and environmental justice. ”

Erin Turpin
  • Erin Turpin '20
  • Rochester Youth Year AmeriCorps VISTA

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