High School Counselors
All the information you need to know about academic programs, financial aid, scholarships, application deadlines, campus life, and more!
Questions or concerns? Feel free to contact your Freshman Admissions representative at any time!
Information Your Students Will Need
Academic offerings, campus life information, and how to apply!
- Academic Programs at Fisher - The Fisher Education
- Campus Life and Athletics - The Fisher Experience
- Application Procedures and Scholarship Information
- Meet the Admissions Staff
- What's New for 2016-17 [pdf]
Events for Prospective Students
"As soon as my campus tour was over, I felt like I wanted to join the Fisher community."
Information Sessions and Campus Tours
Interested students can register for an information session or campus tour.
Information Sessions include an Admissions presentation with financial aid and scholarship information and include a campus tour.
We also welcome group visits to campus throughout the year. For high school groups, we typically schedule one hour for an information session, and one hour for a campus tour. A visit for middle school groups usually lasts about an hour and includes a campus tour. If you are interested in scheduling a group visit, please complete our Group Visit Request Form. You will receive a response within one week of submission.
Fisher at a Glance
Enrollment: Nearly 2,700 full-time and 200 part-time undergraduate students; 40 percent male, 60 percent female
Academics: Students choose from 35 majors and 11 pre-professional programs.
SAT/ACT and GPA: Solid B+ average (85 or above), 1,000 on the SAT (math and critical reading) and/or 22 on the ACT.
Financial Aid: 100% of first-year students receive some form of financial assistance.
Tuition: Get the current cost breakdown on our Tuition, Fees, and Estimated Costs page.
Student-Faculty Ratio: 12:1
Typical Class Size: 20-25 students