Graduate Visit Opportunities
Breakfast Information Session
Tuesday, November 1, 2016 | 8 a.m.
Joseph S. Skalny Welcome Center
Faculty and staff will be available to discuss program requirements and the application process. Breakfast will be served.
» Register Online or call (585) 385-8064.
Academic Discovery Sessions
The College of New Rochelle Ed.D. in Executive Leadership Information Session
Tuesday, October 18, 2016 | 5:30 p.m.
The College of New Rochelle, Maura Hall - 1st Floor
Receive an overview of the Education Doctorate (Ed.D.) in Executive Leadership program offered at The College of New Rochelle.
Note: This event is being held in New Rochelle, New York.
» Register Online or call (914) 654-5261.
Personal Advisement Appointments
Individual advisement appointments with a member of Fisher's Graduate Admissions staff can be scheduled any Monday through Friday between the hours of 9 a.m. and 4 p.m.
Admissions counselors can evaluate undergraduate transcripts for certification or course waiver questions and can explain program formats. Campus tours are available upon request.
To Schedule a Graduate Admissions Visit
Application Fee Waiver
When you visit campus, you will receive a $30 application fee waiver. That's our way of saying thanks for visiting us!
Graduate Student Profiles
Fisher graduate Dan Agan decided to roll right into his graduate education to pursue an MBA immediately after earning his Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Fisher.
Fisher’s beautiful campus, small class sizes, and great reputation are what first appealed to Dan. Given these factors, he says it “made perfect sense” to continue with his studies here.
Dan was able to balance school with studying for the CPA exam (which he says is like a full-time job), thanks to his late afternoon and evening classes. Today he works in advisory services for Ernst and Young LLP in Rochester.
His professors had opened their office doors to students, making them feel welcome at any time, which Dan says made the tough course load much easier to handle. He also says many of the professors went out of their way to help him and his classmates during the rigorous recruiting process.