01/04/2021 - St. John Fisher College has organized a series of seminars throughout the month of January in response to students interested in looking for ways to continue to connect and engage with each other and members of the faculty and staff through the extended break.
12/10/2020 - Two students in the Department of Media and Communication at St. John Fisher College were honored this fall for their academic accomplishments.
12/04/2020 - When Angelea Collins was in eighth grade, she was certain of two things: her love of baking and her dream of being a business owner. When the opportunity to participate in the Young Entrepreneur Academy (YEA) presented itself, she was all in.
11/27/2020 - Life for a college student can be very stressful. Add a full-time job to that, and you could say it is hectic. Make that job serving as an EMT, and you could call it down right impossible. But sisters Mary Grace and Helen Rose Shine handle the pressures of their dual lives with ease.
11/23/2020 - This semester, students in the School of Business learned some unique, valuable lessons about remote working, time management, and career-specific skills while completing internships.
11/16/2020 - The College will become the first in Upstate New York to implement an Apple 1:1 program for all undergraduate students.
11/15/2020 - As a freshman at St. John Fisher College, Emily Trotman ’21 had always dreamed of becoming a marketing major. She was inspired by her brother, who majored in marketing as a student at Fisher. She saw the success it brought him, and she loved that it could take her anywhere. From that point on, she had a clear path with what she wanted to do for the foreseeable future.
11/11/2020 - On this Veterans Day, College News honors and thanks all veterans and their families, especially those who are members of our campus community.
11/11/2020 - St. John Fisher College alumnus and trustee Michael O’Conor ’78 has made a generous $100,000 gift to the College to establish the Pam and Michael A. O’Conor ’78 New York City Internship Endowment. The fund will support career-immersion experiences in the greater New York City area for Fisher students, including stipends toward living accommodations, subway passes, and other expenses.
11/06/2020 - On Friday, Oct. 30, St. John Fisher College students participated in the 2020 Deloitte FanTAXtic Competition. To prepare, Lauren Robbins, Samantha Haines, Brian Norsen, Noah Campanelli, and LucyMarie Gaulin spent the past month researching a case study. With the help of a faculty advisor and a Deloitte tax professional, the students developed solutions to their case, and in the process, gained a better understanding of the real-world problems accounting professionals handle every day.