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Fisher Community Making News Kearney Hall

07/08/2020 - We may be off campus, but that has not stopped faculty, staff, students, and alumni from making news. Here is a round up of the latest headlines.

Diana Nole to Serve as First Female Chair of St. John Fisher College Board of Trustees Diana Nole and Tom Bowles

06/05/2020 - St. John Fisher College has announced that Diana Nole, executive vice president and general manager of the health care business of Nuance Communications, has begun her tenure as chair of the Board of Trustees and is the first female to serve in the chair role in the College’s history. Formally vice chair, she has succeeded Jack DePeters ’73, who completed his two-year term as chair on May 8.

Life at Fisher Continues During COVID-19 A group of students celebrate their love for Fisher.

05/25/2020 - The Office of Freshman Admissions sat down with the Dr. Matha Thornton, vice president for student affairs and dean of students, to learn more about campus life at Fisher, her role as co-chair of the Campus Reopening Task Force, and measures taken to ensure campus safety and continued operations.

A Message from President Gerard J. Rooney Dr. Gerard J. Rooney

05/01/2020 - Congratulations on your acceptance to St. John Fisher College! On behalf of all members of our campus community, I would like to thank you for your interest in Fisher and commend you on your academic success to this point. Well done.

A Message from President Gerard J. Rooney Dr. Gerard J. Rooney

04/20/2020 - Congratulations on your student’s acceptance to St. John Fisher College! Their acceptance to our great institution is a credit to their academic success to this point in their high school careers. At Fisher, we are committed to sustaining their success, and to helping them grow and develop as people, scholars, and community citizens.

A Message from President Gerard J. Rooney Dr. Gerard J. Rooney

04/20/2020 - Congratulations on your acceptance to St. John Fisher College! On behalf of all members of our campus community, I would like to thank you for your interest in Fisher, commend you on your academic success to this point, and offer heartfelt congratulations on completing your high school studies. Well done.

A Message from President Gerard J. Rooney Dr. Gerard J. Rooney

04/20/2020 - I hope this note finds you and your family remaining healthy. I also hope that your student is doing well with their online coursework and in managing in the extraordinary circumstances of the second half of the spring semester. I have been inspired by the personal initiative and resilience our students have shown and by their commitment to achievement in this new learning environment. Thank you for your support for them and for your patience and understanding in this period.

Get Career Ready at Fisher A student talks with a potential employer at the annual Career Fair.

03/20/2020 - Being a Cardinal means you have access to a unique set of services and resources through the Center for Career and Academic Planning (CCAP, pronounced see-kap). You’ll get information about a system called FisherLink this summer, but we wanted to share details about Handshake, which is focused on careers, now. Your first year is exactly the right time to start building skills and experiences employers want—don’t wait until senior year!

Get Career Ready at Fisher A student talks with a potential employer at the annual Career Fair.

03/20/2020 - Being a Cardinal means you have access to a unique set of services and resources through the Center for Career and Academic Planning (CCAP, pronounced see-kap). You’ll get information about a system called FisherLink this summer, but we wanted to share details about Handshake, which is focused on careers, now. Now is exactly the right time to start building skills and experiences employers want—don’t wait until senior year!

Career and Academic Planning Services Give Fisher Students an Edge A professor advises a student.

03/19/2020 - Fisher’s Center for Career and Academic Planning (CCAP) serves as a one-stop shop for students seeking advice and counseling as they map their academic journey. Located on the first floor of Lavery Library, the Center is staffed by professional advisors available for walk-in meetings or one-on-one appointments. Advisors help students to excel academically, explore careers and industries, develop professional skills and experiences, and finish their degree on time.