10/01/2018 - In front of more than 7,000 fans on Saturday night, the St. John Fisher College and College at Brockport football teams took the field for Courage Bowl XIV.
09/24/2018 - On Sunday, Sept. 9, the senior Service Scholars held their senior retreat, a requirement of the Service Scholarship, in which students complete significant community service hours at high-need, social justice oriented non-profit organizations across Rochester.
09/17/2018 - Fisher alumni are set to return to campus for Homecoming Weekend this Friday, Sept. 21 through Sunday, Sept. 23. Among the dozens of events happening over the course of the three days, here’s six reasons to love (and attend) Homecoming Weekend.
09/14/2018 - St. John Fisher College’s peer ministry team is launching a toiletries drive to benefit those served by the House of Mercy and St. Joseph’s House of Hospitality.
09/13/2018 - An annual tradition that has become one of Division III’s most sought after football games, the 2018 Courage Bowl will be held at 6 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 29, at Bob Boozer Field at Eunice Kennedy Shriver Stadium at the College of Brockport. This year, Fisher’s team looks to reclaim their victory and bring back their winning streak.
09/07/2018 - A recent survey conducted by the Office of Campus Ministry has encouraged a number of updates and efforts to better serve the campus community.
09/05/2018 - Starting with an enthusiastic Move-In Day on Saturday, Sept. 1, St. John Fisher College welcomed more than 800 new undergraduate students to campus, including 600 first-year students, the third largest freshman class in College history.
08/31/2018 - Every moment in life needs a great soundtrack. This year, St. John Fisher College will roll out fun, upbeat playlists for major campus events through its new Spotify channel.
08/20/2018 - For Alyssa Whitley ’19, arriving at St. John Fisher College as a transfer student meant finding her niche while learning the ropes of a new college campus.
08/15/2018 - A freshman’s first few weeks on campus are filled with useful advice from parents, professors, and staff members. But, some of the best advice comes from current students who remember well the hectic, nerve-wracking, and exciting experience of being a freshman. Here, three Orientation team members share their advice for making the most of your first year at Fisher.