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Fisher’s Fall Athletes Ready for Action A field hockey player hits the ball.

07/25/2017 - As the fall semester approaches, Fisher students are hard at work, preparing for their best performances, both in the classroom and on the field. With 10 men’s and women’s sports teams gearing up for fall competition, it’s time to take out your calendars and save the dates for what could be some of Fisher’s most impressive matches.

Joining the Flock: The Transfer Student Experience Ariel Dailey '17

07/24/2017 - For Ariel Dailey ’17 and Dallas Kaiser ’18, arriving at St. John Fisher College as transfer students meant finding their niche on campus while learning the ropes of a new college community.

Meet Joe Gala: SGA’s Freshman of the Year Joe Gala '20 receives SGA's 2016-2017 Freshmen of the Year Award.

07/24/2017 - Each year, the Student Government Association honors a first-year student who has made an immediate impact on the Fisher campus. From walking for 12-hours straight during Relay for Life to playing Danny Zucco in the Fisher Players’ production of “Grease,” it’s easy to see why Joe Gala was named the 2017 Freshman of the Year.

Buffalo Bills Announce Ticket Distribution Information for 2017 Training Camp A banner welcomes fans to Bills Camp 2016.

07/18/2017 - The Buffalo Bills have announced distribution locations for three ticketed practices, including the team’s first practice at Buffalo Bills Training Camp presented by Connors & Ferris at St. John Fisher College. Ticket distribution locations for the night practice, ‘The Return of the Blue + Red’ presented by Bud Light at New Era Field, was also announced.

New Report Details Fisher’s Regional Economic Impact Upclose and Committed: The social and economic impact of the Fisher Family.

07/18/2017 - During the 2016 fiscal year, the indirect, direct, and multiplier effects of St. John Fisher College’s spending—on payroll, purchasing, construction, and off-campus spending by students and visitors to the campus—accounted for $120.7 million in regional economic output. That is just one of the findings from a new study that shows the substantial impact the College has on the community, on local business, and on the New York State higher education footprint.

Deacon Mannara, C.S.B. to be Ordained to Priesthood Deacon Kevin Mannara offers remarks during the Raising of the Cross ceremony at the Hermance Family Chapel of St. Basil the Great.

07/07/2017 - Deacon Kevin Mannara, C.S.B., director of campus ministry at St. John Fisher College, will be ordained to priesthood during a liturgy beginning at 9:30 a.m. on Saturday, Aug. 5, at Saint Mary’s Church (15 Saint Mary’s Place). Mannara is a member of the Congregation of St. Basil, the founding order of the College.

Fisher Athletics Well Represented in Spring Academic List  Gabriella Cotugno '17 plays goalie for the women's soccer team.

06/21/2017 - The Empire 8 Athletic Conference announced its President’s List for spring 2017 and this season, 105 St. John Fisher College students made the list, hailing from all 24 sports the College currently offers.

Fisher’s Website Earns Public Relations Award Fisher's marketing and communications team inlcudes Kate Torok, Melissa Greco Lopes, Eryn Yates, Maherly Schaeffer, and Jody Benedict.

06/19/2017 - The St. John Fisher College marketing and communications team won high praise from the Rochester chapter of the Public Relations Society of America during the organization’s annual PRism Awards Ceremony, held on Thursday, June 15.

Buffalo Bills Release 2017 Training Camp Schedule 2017 Buffalo Bills Training Camp logo - Presented by Conners and Ferris, LLP Your worker's comp attorneys

06/15/2017 - The Buffalo Bills have released the schedule for the 2017 Training Camp, presented by Connors & Ferris. Beginning Thursday, July 27, St. John Fisher College will welcome the team back to campus for the 18th straight year.

Professor Contributes to National Effort to Improve Student Learning Students work on a chemistry project.

06/15/2017 - St. John Fisher College faculty member Dr. Kevin Callahan will serve as a contributing member of a nationwide effort to enhance college student learning through course-based research experiences (CUREs).