Latest Campus Happenings
The St. John Fisher College School of Business has maintained its business accreditation by AACSB International—The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.
St. John Fisher College has received a $250,000 grant from the Finger Lakes Regional Development Council as part of the Council’s $59.8 million award made to the Finger Lakes region from Governor Andrew Cuomo last week.
While the rest of Fisher’s students were packing to go home for Thanksgiving Break, nine nursing students were packing for a trip to Peru, where they would complete the final clinical rotation of their undergraduate career.
St. John Fisher College’s Paul Vosburgh has been named d3football.com's 2013 All-East Region Coach of the Year. This is the second time in the last three years Vosburgh has earned the title.
The NCAA has announced that St. John Fisher College and Rochester, N.Y., will host the 2016 NCAA Division III Men's Golf Championships. The event will be held at Mendon Golf Club and Midvale Country Club.
“This is what awaits you here,” will soon start to become a familiar phrase in living rooms across Upstate New York, as the College debuted new television commercials earlier this week.
Nationally-ranked St. John Fisher College advanced to the quarterfinals of the NCAA Division III Football Championship with a convincing 27-6 win at previously unbeaten Hobart College on Saturday.
The sun was shining, the bleachers were full, and the St. John Fisher College football team came to Growney Stadium to win on Saturday. And win they did. The team scored 41 unanswered points in the second quarter alone, and defeated Empire 8 rival Alfred University 48-13 in the ninth annual Courage Bowl.
Kiplinger’s Personal Finance
has included St. John Fisher College on its list of the country’s best values in private colleges. Kiplinger’s
annual list ranks 100 private universities and 100 liberal arts colleges.
This past Saturday, the St. John Fisher College women’s soccer team began what they hope will become a yearly tradition. They held the first-ever Pancreatic Cancer Soccer Game in memory of Mike McCabe, the late brother of head women’s soccer coach Jill McCabe, who passed away from the disease in 2009.