Latest Campus Happenings
Freshman nursing major George Roba, a graduate of Northeast College Preparatory in Rochester, is St. John Fisher College’s second Farash Scholar, chosen by the Max and Marian Farah Charitable Foundation earlier this year.
Cars have been unloaded, bags and boxes are unpacked, and families have said goodbye. It’s official: St. John Fisher College has welcomed over 525 freshmen to the Class of 2017.
St. John Fisher College became home to more than just the Buffalo Bills this weekend, as the College kicked off its 7th Annual College Bound program hosting 35 area high school students for an intensive five-day residential program designed to help them discover their academic and career interests.
St. John Fisher College will transform into “Camp College” this weekend for the annual three-day weekend pre-college experience sponsored by the New York State Association for College Admission Counseling (NYSACAC). The program runs from July 12-14.
On Saturday, June 15, St. John Fisher College held the 2012-2013 College Bound graduation ceremony, recognizing 22 program participants for their accomplishments over the past year.
Five pharmacy students, three nursing students, and Dr. Christine Birnie, Associate Professor in the Wegmans School of Pharmacy, recently returned from the 7th medical mission trip to El Salvador after spending eight days offering healthcare services to rural and underserved communities.
St. John Fisher College has accepted an offer from the Liberty League to become an associate member in the sports of men's and women's rowing.
A group of 16 graduate and upperclass accounting students recently completed their European Business Perspective course by visiting Belgium, the Netherlands, and England.
St. John Fisher College’s Marketing Club, which is an official American Marketing Association (AMA) College Chapter, recently won the Collegiate Chapter Excellence Award from the Rochester Chapter of the AMA at the 2013 Pinnacle Awards on May 16.
A particular group of senior nursing majors had been looking ahead to their finals weeks as Fisher students, which they would spend in Peru to complete their final clinical rotation. The group of 11 Wegmans School of Nursing students and two faculty took off on April 13 for a trip they now call “life and career-changing.”