Graduate Visit Opportunities
Academic Discovery Sessions
Attend one of our new academic information sessions and discover why Fisher is the right choice for you!
You'll interact with faculty, staff, and current students; tour labs, classrooms, and new facilities; and get essential information about the admissions process.
The College of New Rochelle Ed.D. in Executive Leadership Open House
Friday, March 27 | 12:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
The College of New Rochelle, Administration Center Room 302
Learn about our Ed.D. program’s philosophy, goals, curriculum, timeline, outcomes, requirements for admission, and more. We invite you to tour our campus and meet our site director, faculty, students, and alumni in a relaxed, comfortable atmosphere.
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 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 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
Jason Burgett is currently working in the role of a Clinical Nurse Specialist in the Imaging Science Department at Strong Memorial Hospital, where his responsibilities run the gamut from staff education and professional development to overseeing new staff orientation and operational projects.
He is also working on his obtaining his master’s degree in Advanced Practice Nursing in the Clinical Nurse Specialist track.
This will be Jason’s second master’s degree, and he says that Fisher is “an amazing environment that will push you to learn and grow.” The passion and knowledge that the nursing faculty have is what he enjoys the most, and he calls the educational format “conducive to lifelong learning,” encouraging a lot of interaction between students.