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Members of the class of 2021 spell out 2-0-2-1 on the bleachers of the Polisseni Track and Field Complex.
Class of 2021 Celebration

The Class of 2021 arrived at Fisher in September 2017 ready to make new friends, pursue their academic passions, and explore the world around them. As they embark on new journeys, we celebrate their many accomplishments and welcome them into our alumni family. Meet the Graduates

New graduates hold lighted candles during a graduation ceremony.
Master's and Doctoral Candidates

Our master's and doctoral candidates have earned degrees in business, education, nursing, and pharmacy. Many juggled coursework with the demands of full-time careers and home and family life. Now, with degrees in hand, they'll be an even more positive force in their communities. Meet the 2021 Advanced Degree Candidates

 
Emma Pyrak

Meet business management and marketing major Emma Pyrak. She has been a member of the women’s golf team all four years, appearing in six tournaments her first year. Off the course, she has been involved in Colleges Against Cancer, and the Teddi Dance for Love for three years.

Each year, Fisher recognizes members of the graduating class in the “Countdown to Commencement” series where rising graduates are nominated by faculty and staff for the impact they have made on the campus community.

Albania Mitchell

Meet soon-to-be Dr. Albania Mitchell, a student in the Wegmans School of Pharmacy. She is co-president of her class, and a member of the Student National Pharmaceutical Association, Peer Mentor Team, School of Pharmacy Diversity Committee, and Phi Lambda Sigma.

Each year, Fisher recognizes members of the graduating class in the “Countdown to Commencement” series where rising graduates are nominated by faculty and staff for the impact they have made on the campus community.

Mary Grace Shine

Mary Grace Shine, a biology major and Rochester native, is active in service through campus ministry and in her community. During her time at Fisher, she has served as a Peer Minister and a member of the All-College Choir. She can also be found serving the community working at St. Joseph House of Hospitality and serving as an EMT.

Each year, Fisher recognizes members of the graduating class in the “Countdown to Commencement” series where rising graduates are nominated by faculty and staff for the impact they have made on the campus community.

Nicholas Rino

Meet Nicholas Rino, a human resources management major and economics minor. A Massachusetts native, Rino is a student-athlete who also holds several student leadership positions. He was a captain of the men’s rowing team for four years and has been a lead student ambassador. He has also been involved with Campus Ministry and is a Service Scholar completing 200 hours of service each year.

Each year, Fisher recognizes members of the graduating class in the “Countdown to Commencement” series where rising graduates are nominated by faculty and staff for the impact they have made on the campus community.

Gabby Garcy

Gabby Garcy, a media and communication major, is a member of the PRIMA Group, serves as a student ambassador and student phonathon manager, and is a member of the Teddi Dance for Love Committee. In her role as a student ambassador for the Office of Admissions, she was also promoted to work with the Office of Marketing and Communications as a social media intern, creating daily content for the College’s Instagram stories.

Each year, Fisher recognizes members of the graduating class in the “Countdown to Commencement” series where rising graduates are nominated by faculty and staff for the impact they have made on the campus community.

Pat Leahy

Human resources and marketing double major Patrick Leahy is a student ambassador, president of the College’s chapter of the American Marketing Association, a member of the School of Business Dean’s Student Advisory Council, and a volunteer for Campus Ministry. This year, he also served as the executive intern in the Division of Enrollment Management.

Each year, Fisher recognizes members of the graduating class in the “Countdown to Commencement” series where rising graduates are nominated by faculty and staff for the impact they have made on the campus community.

Matt Jeffries

Meet Accounting and finance double major Matt Jeffries, a Buffalo, New York native and legacy student. At Fisher, he has been a member of the men’s lacrosse team, accounting tutor and learning assistant, and three-time Teddi Dance for Love Captain. In his junior year, he was the executive intern for the Financial Affairs Division.

Each year, Fisher recognizes members of the graduating class in the “Countdown to Commencement” series where rising graduates are nominated by faculty and staff for the impact they have made on the campus community.

Abby King

Meet Abby King, an inclusive adolescence education and English major with a concentration in literature. The Syracuse native is very active in the campus community, serving as a student ambassador, member of the Orientation Team and a peer mentor, and Teddi Dance for Love Captain.

Each year, Fisher recognizes members of the graduating class in the “Countdown to Commencement” series where rising graduates are nominated by faculty and staff for the impact they have made on the campus community.

Alyssa Karl

Meet nursing major Alyssa Karl. The Long Island native represents the College as a student ambassador and a Service Scholar. In her freshman year, she served the Student Government Association as vice president of clubs and organizations.

Each year, Fisher recognizes members of the graduating class in the “Countdown to Commencement” series where rising graduates are nominated by faculty and staff for the impact they have made on the campus community.

Catherine Healey

Meet nursing major Catherine Healey. She has been a member of the women’s rowing team since her freshman year, serving as captain for three seasons. She is also a Service Scholar and has served with the suicide prevention lifeline, Rochester City School District (RCSD), Autism Up, and her local high school to help produce their spring musicals throughout the years.

Each year, Fisher recognizes members of the graduating class in the “Countdown to Commencement” series where rising graduates are nominated by faculty and staff for the impact they have made on the campus community.

Jack Mulvihill

Dewitt, New York native and biology major Jack Mulvihill is a member of the men’s lacrosse team and has been a member of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) throughout his Fisher career. He has also taken on a major leadership role representing Fisher at the Empire 8 level and serves on the NCAA SAAC representative council.

Each year, Fisher recognizes members of the graduating class in the “Countdown to Commencement” series where rising graduates are nominated by faculty and staff for the impact they have made on the campus community.

Riley Moscicki

Meet media and communication major, Riley Moscicki who transferred to Fisher after spending two years at Monroe Community College. In her time at Fisher, she has jumped right into both PRIMA and PRSSA, gaining practical experience working on behalf of a variety of clients and taking advantage of networking opportunities.

Each year, Fisher recognizes members of the graduating class in the “Countdown to Commencement” series where rising graduates are nominated by faculty and staff for the impact they have made on the campus community.

  1. 67

    Fisher will honor longtime members of the campus community during its 67th Commencement. Learn more

  2. Two thumbs up! Congrats Fisher grads - you did it!

  3. +1,000

    The College will confer more than 1,800 baccalaureate, master’s, and doctoral degrees this year. Learn more

  4. Cardinal says, "Congrats and good luck!"

  5. 33,000

    Members of the Class of 2021 will bring the network of Fisher alumni to 33,000 strong. Learn more

  6. Fisher welcomes back alumni every fall during Alumni and Family Weekend.

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