Join Us in Building for the Future
St. John Fisher College is asking for support from alumni and friends to build our future in science and health care for the 21st century. To learn more about how you can become a part of this important project please contact Melissa Head ’94 in the Office of Institutional Advancement at (585) 385-8009 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Supporting the Integrated Science and Health Sciences Building
- Integrated Science and Health Sciences Building—Naming Available
- Large Meeting Space—$250,000
- Lecture Hall(s)—$150,000
- Faculty Office(s)—$25,000
Supporting Science Students
Establish a named Science Scholar annual scholarship with a commitment of $3,000 per year for four years
Summer Science Fellows—$3,500
Establish a fellowship to support faculty-supervised student summer science research with an annual gift
Experiential Learning Fund—$1,000 and above
Support student travel to attend and present research at conferences
This is the Future of Science and Health Care at St. John Fisher College
This is research and innovation.
Each year, more than 50 undergraduate biology, chemistry, and physics students, along with Science Scholars, work with faculty members on original research projects. This research results in journal publications, national academic conference presentations, and poster presentations at the annual Science Symposium. This experience helps students gain entrance into competitive Ph.D. programs.
This is patient-focused learning.
Students work in clinical sites throughout the region, making a significant impact on local health care. The College produces the second highest number of health care professionals in the Rochester region, with more than 130 nurses and 60 pharmacists entering the workforce each year, in addition to students who pursue graduate training as medical doctors, physician assistants, physical therapists, and dentists.
This is community-minded care.
Students in the sciences, nursing, and pharmacy perform hundreds of hours of community service annually in the Rochester region. In addition, they take part in medical missions in Africa, South America, India, Europe, and in the United States.