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Five Questions with Fisher Freshmen Kearney Hall

04/22/2016 - The first year of college is full of new adventures and experiences. On the last day of classes, College News caught up with Allison Smith and Molly Zies, two members of the Class of 2019, to hear all about their first year at Fisher.

Wellness Corner: Your Empty Nest is Full for Summer, What Now? Kearney Hall

04/22/2016 - Spring has sprung, and the young man or woman you sent off to college last fall will soon be returning home for the summer. You may notice many differences! Your son is used to eating meals when he wants to eat, not necessarily when the family typically eats. Your daughter cannot remember the meaning of the word “curfew” after months of making decisions on her own. Conflict can occur when the home lifestyle and the college lifestyle are out of sync.

Fisher Financial Aid and Billing News Kearney Hall

04/22/2016 - Have you filed your FAFSA yet? While April 1 was the priority deadline, it is still not too late to file. You’ll need to apply as soon as possible in order to renew your student’s need-based Fisher grants.

St. John Fisher College Joins Fringe Kearney Hall

04/21/2016 - This fall, St. John Fisher College will join the 2016 First Niagara Rochester Fringe Festival as an associate higher educational partner. Through the partnership, Fisher students are eligible to serve as summer or fall interns with the festival, students can participate in an artist workshop, and the campus will benefit from unlimited Fringe 101 classes.

Communication Students Gain Media Attention for Local Businesses Two male students holding up Headwater Food Hub sign.

04/21/2016 - In early 2017, two Rochester businesses—Headwater Food Hub and McCann’s Local Meats—will unveil a new United States Department of Agriculture inspected butchering facility. With the help of students in St. John Fisher College’s Department of Media and Communication, they are bringing awareness to the accessibility of fresh local meat in the Rochester community.

Fisher Senior AMA Student Marketer of the Year Kearney Hall

04/21/2016 - Gina Godlewski, a senior in the St. John Fisher College School of Business, was recently named Student Marketer of the Year by the American Marketing Association Collegiate Chapters Division.

Events Help Shake-Off End-of-Semester Stress Kearney Hall

04/21/2016 - Finding yourself under a pile of books as final exams approach? Fret not, Stress Free Week is here. Kicking off Thursday, April 21, with events running through Thursday, April 28, this series of activities is a chance to relax, de-stress, or take a study break.

Pharmacy School Gives Back during Day of Service WSOP Food Link

04/21/2016 - Nearly 180 students, faculty, and staff at the Wegmans School of Pharmacy traded pharmacy coats for garden gloves and work boots during their annual Pharmacy Day of Service, held on Tuesday, April 12.

Relay Raises $22K for American Cancer Society Group of people at Relay

04/21/2016 - Inspiring, emotional, and powerful. That’s how junior Lindsey Michaud described this year’s Relay for Life, which raised $22,362 for the American Cancer Society and Hope Lodge.

SGA Awards Honor Students, Faculty, Staff Kearney Hall

04/21/2016 - On Sunday, April 10, the Student Government Association (SGA) held its annual awards ceremony to honor students, faculty, and staff who have contributed to the Association’s mission and vision over the past academic year.