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St. John Fisher College Scholarships

3690 East Ave Tuition In/Out-State: $26,810 / $26,810 Total Fall Enrollment: 4,020
Rochester , NY 14618-3597 Books and Supplies: $900 Applicants Admitted: 66%
(585) 385-8000 On-campus Room and Board: $10,720 Receiving Aid of Some Type: 100% Undergraduate Application Fee: $30 Receiving Institutional Aid: 100% , $11,833 on average
Source: National Center for Education Statistics
  • St. John Fisher College General Information

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    Address 3690 East Ave, Rochester, NY 14618-3597
    Phone Number (585) 385-8000
    Web Address
    Mission Statement -
    Type of School Four or more years, Private not-for-profit
    Religious affiliation Roman Catholic
    Highest degree offered Doctor's degree - research/scholarship and professional practice
    Calendar Semester
    Setting Large suburb
    Distance learning opportunities Yes

    St. John Fisher College Size

    Total enrollment 4,020
    Enrolled full time 3,320
    Enrolled part time 700

    St. John Fisher College Student Body

    Men enrolled full time 1,357
    Women enrolled full time 1,963
    American Indian/Alaskan Native -
    Asian/Pacific Islander -
    Black/Non-Hispanic -
    Hispanic -
    White/Non-Hispanic -
    Non-Resident Alien 0%
    Race/ethnicity unknown 4%
  • St. John Fisher College Admission Basics

    Admissions office phone number -
    Open admission policy No
    Undergraduate Application fee $30
    Applied 3,460
    Admitted 2,300
    Enrolled 555
    Admitted % 66%

    St. John Fisher College Admission factors

    Admission test scores Required
    Secondary school GPA Required
    Secondary school rank Recommended
    Secondary school record Required
    TOEFL Required
    Completion of college preparatory program Recommended
    Recommendations Required
    Formal demonstration of competencies Neither required nor recommended

    St. John Fisher College Admission statistics

    Students submitting SAT 94%
    SAT 1 Verbal 25th percentile score 480
    SAT 1 Verbal 75th percentile score 580
    SAT 1 Math 25th percentile score 510
    SAT 1 Math 75th percentile score 610
    Students submitting ACT 48%
    ACT Composite 25th percentile score 22
    ACT Composite 75th percentile score 27
  • St. John Fisher College Cost

    In-State Tuition, Full-time Undergraduates $26,810
    Out-of-state Tuition, Full-time Undergraduates $26,810
    Books and Supplies $900
    On-campus room and board $10,720
    Off-campus room and board $10,720

    St. John Fisher College Financial Aid

    Students Receiving Aid 100%
    Receiving Federal Grants 37% , $5,126 on average
    Receiving Institutional Aid 100% , $11,833 on average
    Receiving Student Loans 82% , $7,079 on average
  • St. John Fisher College Programs & Majors

    Graduates in 2009/2010 academic year.

    Area, Ethnic, Cultural, and Gender Studies Bachelor Master Doctorate
    American/United States Studies/Civilization 5 0 0
    Biological and Biomedical Sciences Bachelor Master Doctorate
    Biology/Biological Sciences, General 41 0 0
    Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services Bachelor Master Doctorate
    Accounting 34 0 0
    Business Administration and Management, General 151 23 0
    Finance, General 30 0 0
    Human Resources Development 0 21 0
    Organizational Leadership 0 0 21
    Communication, Journalism, and Related Programs Bachelor Master Doctorate
    Communication, General 57 0 0
    Computer and Information Sciences and Support Services Bachelor Master Doctorate
    Computer and Information Sciences, General 8 0 0
    Information Technology 6 0 0
    Education Bachelor Master Doctorate
    Biology Teacher Education 2 0 0
    Chemistry Teacher Education 1 0 0
    Educational Leadership and Administration, General 0 18 0
    Elementary Education and Teaching 70 2 0
    English/Language Arts Teacher Education 10 0 0
    French Language Teacher Education 2 0 0
    History Teacher Education 16 0 0
    Mathematics Teacher Education 7 0 0
    Reading Teacher Education 0 52 0
    Secondary Education and Teaching 0 2 0
    Spanish Language Teacher Education 2 0 0
    Special Education and Teaching, General 74 74 0
    Teacher Education and Professional Development, Specific Subject Areas, Other 0 12 0
    English Language and Literature/Letters Bachelor Master Doctorate
    English Language and Literature, General 12 0 0
    Foreign languages, literatures, and Linguistics Bachelor Master Doctorate
    French Language and Literature 0 0 0
    Spanish Language and Literature 3 0 0
    Health Professions and Related Clinical Sciences Bachelor Master Doctorate
    Clinical Nurse Specialist 0 0 0
    Family Practice Nurse/Nurse Practitioner 0 16 0
    Mental Health Counseling/Counselor 0 22 0
    Nursing Education 0 0 0
    Nursing Practice 0 0 9
    Nursing/Registered Nurse (RN, ASN, BSN, MSN) 98 0 0
    Pharmacy 0 0 52
    History Bachelor Master Doctorate
    History, General 17 0 0
    Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities Bachelor Master Doctorate
    Liberal Arts and Sciences/Liberal Studies 14 0 0
    Mathematics and Statistics Bachelor Master Doctorate
    Mathematics, General 5 0 0
    Parks, Recreation, Leisure, and Fitness Studies Bachelor Master Doctorate
    Sport and Fitness Administration/Management 31 0 0
    Philosophy and Religious Studies Bachelor Master Doctorate
    Philosophy 2 0 0
    Religion/Religious Studies 3 0 0
    Physical Sciences Bachelor Master Doctorate
    Chemistry, General 11 0 0
    Physics, General 2 0 0
    Psychology Bachelor Master Doctorate
    Psychology, General 34 0 0
    Social Sciences Bachelor Master Doctorate
    Anthropology 2 0 0
    Economics, General 12 0 0
    International Relations and Affairs 4 20 0
    Political Science and Government, General 14 0 0
    Sociology 34 0 0
  • St. John Fisher College Deadlines

    Regular Admissions

    Regular application deadline No closing date
    Priority application deadline December 1
    Fall application deadline February 15
    SAT Reasoning / ACT scores due June 1
    SAT Subject score report due June 1
    College will notify student by -
    Student must reply to acceptance by May 1
    Deadline for housing deposit May 1

    Financial Aid

    Financial aid priority deadline February 15
    Financial aid deadline -
    College will notify student of financial aid decisions on or about -
    Student must reply to financial aid decision by within 3 week(s) of notification

    Early Decision/Action

    Early decision deadline December 1
    College will notify student of early decision by December 15
    Early action deadline -
    College will notify student of early action by -

    Transfer Students

    Transfer priority application deadline -
    Transfer priority financial aid deadline -
    Transfer application closing date Rolling admission
    Transfer deadline for filing financial aid forms February 15
    College will notify student of transfer decision by -
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Service Scholarship Program

Scholarship Description
The Fisher Service Scholars Program is an exciting learning opportunity designed to allow students to continue their involvement in community service while earning a college degree. This program recognizes and rewards high school seniors who demonstrate an ongoing interest in serving the needs of others through a commitment to community service. Each year, up to 36 students are offered the Service Scholarship. Recipients receive yearly awards of one-third the cost of attendance ($10,500 for resident students in 2007-2008). About the Service Scholarship Program In December 2002, the Service Scholars Program received the President’s Community Volunteer Award—the highest national honor for volunteering. The College was honored, along with 19 other winners from across the country, at a White House ceremony. Fisher, chosen from among 3,500 nominations, was the only college or university to be honored and the only organization in New York State. In addition, the program has twice been recognized by the John Templeton Foundation as an exemplary program in its Volunteer Service Programs category—one of sixty programs so designated in the nation. The Service Scholars Program embodies the spirit of community and caring that is the hallmark of the Fisher experience. Scholarships are awarded annually to high school seniors who exhibit a commitment to community service through activities in their schools, places of worship, community agencies, and in support of their families. In order to retain their awards while engaged in full-time study as matriculated students, Service Scholars are required to: Participate in a two-course learning community entitled “Leadership Through Self-Development” during the fall semester of their first year at St. John Fisher College. Attend a service learning seminar course during each of their remaining semesters at the College. Make a commitment to community service hours as follows: 130 hours the first year and 200 hours each remaining year. Note: Community service hours are coordinated through the Community Service Office. Students can also arrange to have a portion of the community service hours they perform during semester breaks count toward their total semester hours requirement. Maintain satisfactory academic progress toward the completion of their degree requirements. Upon completion, students will be awarded a Certificate in Service Leadership.
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