Graduate Visit Opportunities
Academic Discovery Sessions
Attend one of our new academic information sessions and discover why Fisher is the right choice for you!
You'll interact with faculty, staff, and current students; tour labs, classrooms, and new facilities; and get essential information about the admissions process.
Choose the date that best fits your area of interest!
- Wed., Feb. 11 at 5:00 p.m. | Nursing and Mental Health Counseling
- Thurs., Feb. 26 at 5:00 p.m. | Business Programs
- Wed., Mar. 11 at 5:00 p.m. | Education Programs and Ed.D.
The College of New Rochelle Ed.D. in Executive Leadership Open House
Friday, March 27 | 12:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
The College of New Rochelle, Administration Center Room 302
Learn about our Ed.D. program’s philosophy, goals, curriculum, timeline, outcomes, requirements for admission, and more. We invite you to tour our campus and meet our site director, faculty, students, and alumni in a relaxed, comfortable atmosphere.
Note: This event is being held in New Rochelle, New York.
» Register Online or call (914) 654-5261.
Personal Advisement Appointments
Individual advisement appointments with a member of Fisher's Graduate Admissions staff can be scheduled any Monday through Friday between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.
Admissions counselors can evaluate undergraduate transcripts for certification or course waiver questions and can explain program formats. Campus tours are available upon request.
To Schedule a Graduate Admissions Visit
Application Fee Waiver
When you visit campus, you will receive a $30 application fee waiver. That's our way of saying thanks for visiting us!
Graduate Student Profiles
Literacy Coach Allison Rioux spent her days at French Road Elementary School in Brighton and her nights in the Literacy Education Master’s Program not too long ago.
As an undergraduate at Fisher, she loved the professors and felt that they really pushed her to become a great teacher. So, it seemed natural to continue her education with those same individuals.
She felt that she had a good balance of theory and practice in the program, thanks to the faculty, and she was able to bring back what she was learning to her classroom and apply it to her teaching right away.
She always felt comfortable seeking professional advice from her teachers, who all felt as passionate as she does about literacy. Completing the degree helped her to realize that literacy teaching and learning was her true calling in life.