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Now Boarding: Fisher Flight Plan National Mall in Washington, DC.

01/27/2020 - This April, students will have a unique opportunity that requires a boarding pass, a stack of business cards, and 48 free hours. It’s called Fisher Flight Plan, an immersive career networking and exploration experience, and applications are now being accepted.

Students Learn Yoga, Mindfulness to Manage Stress At the beginning of class, students write reflections about their thoughts and emotions.

12/13/2019 - As students file into the Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. School of Education’s Technology Classroom, no one opens their laptops. The smart board is off. Instead of neat rows of desks, the furniture is against the wall. Students unroll yoga mats and settle in for their evening class, Yoga and Mindfulness for Educators.

First-Year Students Participate in New Creed Ceremony Two first-year students deliver a presentation about the Fisher Creed.

12/06/2019 - For over 20 years, incoming first-year students have signed the Fisher Creed as part of the annual Matriculation Ceremony, officially marking the end of their Orientation and the beginning of their student journey. But this fall, throughout the final week of classes, first-year students participated in new Creed signing ceremonies while also reflecting on what they have learned in their first semester at Fisher.

First-Year Students Call First Six Weeks Exciting, Inspiring Sophia Sportelli poses with the Cardinal!

10/17/2019 - Sophia Sportelli came to St. John Fisher College to study early childhood education with a focus on biology. A native of Syracuse, New York, she described her first six weeks on campus as exciting, challenging, and welcoming.

NSF Grant Helps Fisher, FLCC Boost Rural Teacher Pipeline Educators and administrators from Fisher, FLCC, and area schools met in August to collaborate on the new Noyce INSPIRE Scholarship program.

10/16/2019 - St. John Fisher College, in partnership with Finger Lakes Community College (FLCC), aims to alleviate the teacher shortage in high-needs rural districts through its newly created Noyce INSPIRE Scholarship Program.

New Faculty Members Join Campus A wall in the Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. School of Education Building reads: A great education starts with a great teacher.

09/13/2019 - This fall, St. John Fisher College students will see 13 new faculty members in their classes.

Value, Quality Earn Fisher a Spot on U.S. News’ “Best Colleges” Feature Kearney Hall

09/09/2019 - St. John Fisher College earned a place on the U.S. News & World Report’s annual “America’s Best Colleges” feature, making the grade for its value, quality educational opportunities, and support of veterans, among other characteristics.

Fisher Earns “College of Distinction” Designation 2019-2020 Colleges of Distinction Badge

08/13/2019 - St. John Fisher College was among just 400 colleges and universities across the country to earn a 2019-2020 Best Colleges of Distinction designation.

Trauma-Sensitive Classrooms Focus of Conference The Basilian motto, Teach Me Goodness, Discipilne, and Knowledge is written on the exterior of Golisano Gateway.

08/07/2019 - In August, a first of its kind conference in Rochester will offer local teachers and school leaders the opportunity to explore the benefits of creating trauma-sensitive classrooms.

Fisher Alumni Power the New Paychex Promise Three female Fisher graduates at Paychex

06/21/2019 - Statistics show that many young companies can struggle to meet their cash flow obligations, often leading to closure within the first few years.