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School Supply Drive Benefits Pencils & Paper Project The College community can drop off school supplies at bins throughout campus.

04/24/2019 - Members of Fisher’s Pencils & Paper committee are collecting donations for Pencils & Paper, a resource through the Jewish Family Service of Rochester that serves the educational and creative needs of children in the Greater Rochester Area by providing free school supplies to teachers at high poverty schools.

Muslim Student Alliance Hopes to Create Dialogue on Campus Members of the newly founded Muslim Student Alliance Association.

04/23/2019 - When freshman Abdulhady Homed ’22 came to St. John Fisher College, he found it was difficult to transition into his new environment, and a lot of stress came from walking through the halls and not seeing people that look like him. After a few days of having no close friends to talk to, Homed decided to make a change.

Cardinal Awards Celebrate Student Life at Fisher SGA members at the 2019 Cardinal Awards.

04/18/2019 - More than 200 students celebrated the accomplishments of their peers during the Cardinal Awards, sponsored by the Student Government Association (SGA). Held on Sunday, April 14, the awards ceremony honored individual students, clubs and organizations, faculty and staff, and athletic teams for their success and contributions to the fabric of student life on campus.

Ceremonies, Celebrations Fill Senior Week 2019 A student at Fisher Fever.

04/18/2019 - Senior Week at St. John Fisher College is nine days of events and activities for graduating seniors. From Painting with Mrs. Rooney to a service project in Mt. Hope Cemetery to the Senior Ball, each event is designed to celebrate the transition from Fisher students to alumni.

In Tampa, Campus Ministry Spent Spring Break Giving Back In Tampa, Fisher students worked on a Habitat house, installing insulation and finishing the roof.

04/17/2019 - Over spring break, 25 students from St. John Fisher College’s Office of Campus Ministry took a service trip to Tampa, Florida where students served the homeless and helped build homes for those in need.

Job Search Resources Abound at CCAP A student talks with a potential employer at the annual Career Fair.

04/17/2019 - The Center for Career and Academic Planning (CCAP) provides a broad spectrum of services and resources for graduating seniors. From building an impressive résumé to developing a strategic job search, and practicing interviewing to negotiating job offers, CCAP advisors are well prepared to guide seniors through these sometimes-complicated steps into adulthood.

Student-Athletes Take Part in Eighth Annual Giant Read A Fisher student reads to children.

04/16/2019 - More than 40 student-athletes from St. John Fisher College spent the morning of Friday, April 12, taking part in the annual Giant Read at Joseph C. Wilson Foundation Academy in what has become one of the athletic department's favorite annual community service events.

Men's Golf Continues Winning Ways as it Claims its Ninth Straight Empire 8 Champ For the ninth consecutive season, the St. John Fisher College men's golf team stands atop the Empire 8.

04/14/2019 - For the ninth consecutive season, the St. John Fisher College men's golf team stands atop the Empire 8 as the Cardinals wrapped up the Empire 8 Spring Championship on Sunday with a combined team score of 308 (+24) to win the conference crown and an automatic berth into the NCAA Division III Men's Golf Championship in May. Fisher, which has now won 16 conference titles in its history, finished the 72-hole championship at +63, which was 16 strokes ahead of the field.

Music Festival at Fisher to Benefit Local Homeless Program Roc for the Homeless 2nd Annual Spring Music Festival

04/12/2019 - St. John Fisher College will host a spring music festival, “Roc for the Homeless” (RFTH), at 7 p.m. on Friday, April 26, outside of Founders Hall. All proceeds from the festival will benefit Rochester Regional Health’s Healthcare for the Homeless Program.

Walk Raises $22,000 for Suicide Prevention Foundation This year, members of the Wegmans School of Pharmacy walked in honor of their colleague, Dr. Jack Brown, who passed away from suicide in November 2017.

04/08/2019 - More than 343 participants raised over $22,000 for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) during the third annual Out of the Darkness Walk at St. John Fisher College.