Resources & Support Services

Where to Go for Help

Once your child is at Fisher, where can they get help? When you have questions, who do you call? Let us direct you to the right resources and support services!

Academic Affairs

Kearney Hall, Rm. 202
(585) 385-8034
Academic Affairs website

Health & Wellness Center

Nursing Building, 1st Floor
(585) 385-8280
Health & Wellness Center website

Residential Life Office

Campus Center, Rm. 206
(585) 385-8281
Residential Life website

Safety and Security

Haffey Hall
(585) 385-8025
(585) 385-8111 (emergency)
Safety and Security website

Student Affairs & Diversity Initiatives

Campus Center, Rm. 210
(585) 385-8229
Student Affairs website

Campus Ministry

Campus Center, 2nd Floor
(585) 385-8368
Campus Ministry website

Parents Newsletter

Several times a year we produce a newsletter specifically for parents full of helpful information. Check out some of the articles below!

The First Six Weeks

The First Six Weeks

Transitioning to college can be difficult - not just for the student, but the entire family as well. Your student will go through many ups and downs during the first semester, and we want to help you be prepared for the phone calls, emails, and text messages you will undoubtedly receive over the next few months.


What You Can Expect at 2014 Orientation

What You Can Expect at 2014 Orientation

Welcome! This is an exciting time for you and your student. Orientation marks the start of your student’s transition to St. John Fisher College. Our orientation program is designed to help students discover what Fisher has to offer, connect with their peers, and engage in the many opportunities the College has to offer.


More Articles

Checkout the latest Freshman Parents Newsletter!

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