05/02/2020 - The spring issue of ANGLES, St. John Fisher College’s national literary magazine, was published earlier this month.
04/30/2020 - The final week of my freshman year at Fisher has arrived. Looking back on this year, I have come to realize how blessed I am to say that I am a Fisher Cardinal. Fisher is such a beautiful place and we are all truly a “Fisher family.”
04/30/2020 - Fun. Exciting. Amazing. That’s how Tre’vonnte Holmes describes his first year at St. John Fisher College. A native of Detroit, Michigan, Holmes came to campus to pursue a degree in sport management. Along the way, he has engaged in some of Fisher’s best traditions and carved out his very own study space in Lavery Library.
04/27/2020 - Drs. Susan Hildenbrand and Donna Riter, professors and colleagues at St. John Fisher College’s Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. School of Education, are experts at training teachers and administrators about how to help students affected by trauma.
04/24/2020 - Most MBA students in the School of Business finish out their degree by completing an actual consulting project for a company or organization under the direction of a faculty mentor. This semester, students in the capstone had to adapt to the virtual world as meetings in the Salerno Center for American Enterprise quickly turned into meetings over Zoom.
04/24/2020 - The Department of Media and Communication at St. John Fisher College has selected sophomores Shefki Beha and Shannon Munier as the 2020 recipients of the Jack Palvino Excellence in Communication Award.
04/20/2020 - All 75 December 2019 graduates of the Wegmans School of Nursing exceeded the New York State average in their ability to successfully pass the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX) on their first attempt.
04/20/2020 - Drs. Michael Boller, Fernando Ontiveros-Llamas, and Johnathan Millen, all biology professors at St. John Fisher College, are working to create a Maker Space on campus for students. The goal is to provide the campus community with workshop space to flex their creative muscles to design and build.
04/19/2020 - Several School of Business students are doing much more than staying home and taking online classes. They are going to work in essential jobs every day, helping the community stay safely at home.
04/17/2020 - As a member of the Class of 2020, the Fisher family could not be more important to me. This includes my current student companions, alumni, faculty, and staff; all of whom have come together during this time to support each other, lift each other up, and guide each other.