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Phone: (585) 385-8190

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July

Crews Install Cross on Kearney Hall Spire

Crews Install Cross on Kearney Hall Spire

07/22/2016

This morning, crews installed the cross back on St. John Fisher College’s Kearney Hall spire. The restoration marks the first time the cross has ever been removed from the spire. Read More

Buffalo Bills Announce Ticket Distribution Information for 2016 Training Camp

Buffalo Bills Announce Ticket Distribution Information for 2016 Training Camp

07/21/2016

The Buffalo Bills have announced distribution locations for the five ticketed practices during the 2016 Buffalo Bills Training Camp presented by Connors & Ferris at St. John Fisher College. Read More

Bob Ward to be Inducted into Red Wings Walk of Fame

Bob Ward to be Inducted into Red Wings Walk of Fame

07/21/2016

Bob Ward, athletic director at St. John Fisher College, will be inducted into the Rochester Red Wings Walk of Fame at Frontier Field. As a member of the 2016 class, Ward will be formally inducted into the walk on Sunday, Aug. 14, prior to the baseball team’s 1:35 p.m. game against Scranton/WB. Read More

St. John Fisher College a “Great College to Work For”

St. John Fisher College a “Great College to Work For”

07/18/2016

St. John Fisher College has been named a 2016 Great College to Work For®, according to a survey conducted by the Chronicle of Higher Education and ModernThink LLC. Read More

Fisher Breaks Ground on New Chapel

Fisher Breaks Ground on New Chapel

07/16/2016

More than 100 members of the St. John Fisher College community gathered on Saturday, July 16, to break ground on the new Hermance Family Chapel of St. Basil the Great. Read More

Lavery Library Photos on Display at Museum of African American History

Lavery Library Photos on Display at Museum of African American History

07/15/2016

Four photos of Frederick Douglass from Lavery Library’s Special Collections Archive will be on display at the Museum of African American History as a part of the exhibit, “Picturing Frederick Douglass: The Most Photographed American of the 19th Century.” Read More

Mental Health Counseling Program Earns Recognition from Trade Website

Mental Health Counseling Program Earns Recognition from Trade Website

07/14/2016

St. John Fisher College’s Master of Science in Mental Health Counseling program earned a fourth place rank among top value advanced degree counseling programs in New York State, according to topcounselingschools.org, a trade website that provides information about obtaining advanced degrees related to the field of counseling. Read More

Fisher to Break Ground on New Chapel

Fisher to Break Ground on New Chapel

07/13/2016

On Saturday, July 16, St. John Fisher College will break ground on the construction of the new Hermance Family Chapel of St. Basil the Great, a 9,000 square-foot sanctuary that will be built adjacent to Kearney Hall. Read More

Fisher Student Participates in NSF Summer Research Experience

07/13/2016

St. John Fisher College student Camille Pensabene is spending the summer at California State University at Chico, participating in the National Science Foundation-funded Research Experiences in Mathematics for Undergraduates and Teachers program. Read More

Rochester Press-Radio Club Honors Fisher Grad

07/13/2016

Local sports photographer Jamie Germano ’80 was honored with the Gary Smith & George Beahon Sports Media Excellence Award during the Rochester Press-Radio Club’s 67th annual Day of Champions dinner. Read More

 

Commencement Collage

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