Next Steps for Accepted Students
Meet your classmates on Facebook today!
Start connecting with your fellow accepted students (and future best friends) on our private Class of 2020 Facebook group!
Submit Your Enrollment Deposit
Want to secure your spot in the Class of 2020? Submit your enrollment deposit today! Please be advised that after May 1, if you have not submitted your enrollment deposit, we may not be able to accommodate you in terms of admission, financial aid, or housing.
Upcoming Dates and Deadlines
Receive your Enrollment Checklist!
If you've paid your enrollment deposit, you will soon receive a link to the Freshman Enrollment Checklist that will include information about course selection for your first semester, housing, and other general information to get you started at Fisher. It will also include information about Great Beginnings, the first of Fisher's orientation programs, where you will meet with faculty, staff, and other members of the Class of 2020.
If your enrollment deposit is paid by May 1, congratulations, you have secured your place in the Class of 2020! Please be advised that after May 1, we may not be able to accommodate you in terms of admission, financial aid, or housing. » Pay Your Deposit Online
Online housing applications due.
You've graduated high school, congratulations! Please remember to make arrangements to have your final high school transcript sent to Fisher.
Attend a Great Beginnings Summer Orientation session.
Immunization records are due. Learn more about immunization requirements.
Your fall tuition bill will be due.
Knock, knock – who's your roommate? Housing/roommate assignments will be sent to you a few weeks before Orientation.
Welcome to Fisher! Fall Orientation Program begins. Move into your residence hall and get settled. You will receive an assigned move-in time, and the College will host a family lunch in the afternoon.
Classes start at 1:45 p.m.!
Meet Students & Faculty
Meet some of our students and faculty, and hear directly from them what a Fisher education is all about.
Chenisvel Nunez '17
Her favorite course is Juvenile Justice, for more than one reason. She enjoys the way her professor speaks so passionately about the topic thanks to her knowledge of how the juvenile justice system works. And everything she learns motivates her to go back to her neighborhood and help the local youth improve their own lives. Chenisvel also enjoys the variation of lectures, working in groups, and watching movies that are both informational and influential, which all make for a fun class.
Chenisvel says living in Rochester has provided her with opportunities beyond her college education. Over the summer, she completed a paid internship with the Urban Fellows Program, where she looked at and addressed many ongoing urban issues in Rochester.