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Fisher College

Ranked #38-49 U.S. News & World Report - Best Regional Colleges North Rankings 2022

Founded
1903
Total students
1,662
International students
150
Student to staff ratio
14:1
Nationalities represented
30

Why Fisher College?

For more than 100 years, Fisher College has been opening the eyes and changing the lives of its students by giving them the tools and experiences they need to successfully achieve their career goals.

Located in the heart of Boston’s prestigious Back Bay neighborhood, Fisher educates students in the exciting, thriving environment of one of the most historic cities in the US. But while the city may be large, Fisher College is comfortably small – a campus where students benefit from the personal attention of a 14:1 student-to-faculty ratio. Together, this delivers a rare educational environment offering the personal attention of a small college combined with the excitement and opportunities only a city like Boston can provide.

38-49U.S. News & World Report - Best Regional Colleges North Rankings 2022

Campus and location

Fisher College campuses

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Main campus
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Boston Campus

Fisher College has four locations, with Boston being the flagship campus. Located at the intersection of Beacon and Arlington Street there are several different commuting options to get you from home to Downtown in no time.

Costs and Entry Requirements

Typical costs

While tuition fees, accommodation prices and food costs may vary depending on your chosen degree, student residences and personal spending habits, below you'll find an estimated cost of attendance at Fisher College. For more details, visit Fisher College's website.

Academic year

Cost

Approximate amount per year (USD)

Tuition Fees

$19,080 - $45,720

Accommodation

$19,050 - $20,550

Meals

$25 - $1,350

Insurance

$2,875 - $3,850

ESTIMATED TOTAL

$41,030

-

$71,470

Scholarships

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Entry requirements

Typical entry requirements for Fisher College are shown below. Please note that specific admissions requirements may vary by academic program.

Academic Entry Requirements

GPA: High School GPA 2.27

English Language Requirements

TOEFL: iBT 65 Other Tests: iTEP with a minimum score of Level 5 or higher

Typical costs

While tuition fees, accommodation prices and food costs may vary depending on your chosen degree, student residences and personal spending habits, below you'll find an estimated cost of attendance at Fisher College. For more details, visit Fisher College's website.

Academic year

Cost

Approximate amount per year (USD)

Tuition Fees

$19,080 - $45,720

Accommodation

$19,050 - $20,550

Meals

$25 - $1,350

Insurance

$2,875 - $3,850

ESTIMATED TOTAL

$41,030

-

$71,470

Scholarships

Graduate ScholarshipsThis link will open in a new tab

Entry requirements

Typical entry requirements for Fisher College are shown below. Please note that specific admissions requirements may vary by academic program.

Academic Entry Requirements

GPA: Undergraduate GPA of 2.7 or higher

Accommodation

Information about accommodation can be found on Fisher’s website.

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Services and facilities

Fisher College is designed to be an environment that fosters conversation, collaboration and the critical thinking and decision-making that result from thorough and honest exchanges between students and faculty. From our student center to our extensive library and comfortable residence halls, we help students make the most of their time on campus.

The Writing and Academic Support Center provides professional tutoring, peer tutoring and academic intervention to any students needing assistance.

How to apply

How to apply

Application deadlines

Fall: July 1 Spring: December 1

Application documents required to receive an offer

High School Transcripts: Official transcript sent directly from your secondary school. Photocopies of transcripts are not acceptable. Transcripts must be translated into English. High School Diploma Passport English Test Score University Transcript (transfer students): You will need to forward official transcripts from that college as well as written course descriptions. Unofficial documents are permitted for evaluation purposes. By enrollment A notarized, current bank statement verifying that the student has a minimum of $55,000.00 U.S. Dollars in a cash account available for his or her use. If the bank account is not in the student's name, then a notarized letter of support should accompany the notarized bank statement from the holder of the account. Transfer Release Form. International students transferring their I-20 from another college or language school must submit a transfer release form and a copy of their I-20 from the last college attended. Programs requiring additional applications: DCP application separat

Testing codes

TOEFL: 1592 SAT: 3391 GRE: 1592

Preparing for arrival

Before arrival

Create Online Student Account: https://apply.fisherfalcons.org/ Register for Orientation: https://events.fisher.edu/event/fsc.events.126655 Review International Student Handbook: Pre-Enrollment Guide: https://resources.finalsite.net/images/v1604422984/fisheredu/hzdgk9bz4pdyqjl7ryqj/Pre-EnrollmentGuide_2021_2022_New1.pdf. Student Code of Conduct: https://resources.finalsite.net/images/v1602265590/fisheredu/ggul3s0kpzgjibloxtyr/StudentCodeofConduct2020-2021.pdf Apply for Housing (On-Campus and/or Off-Campus): https://www.fisher.edu/student-life/residential-life/housing-application Airport Transfer Options Available: For on campus students Complete Immunization and Health Forms: Health Registration Form: https://resources.finalsite.net/images/v1579101504/fisheredu/avpa5jxb76fnfslzam4r/HealthRegForm2019-2020_2.pdf; Immunization Form: https://resources.finalsite.net/images/v1579101523/fisheredu/kh1tj0pesime7gnc1jzl/ImmunizationsTB2019-2020_1.pdf; Physical Exam Form: https://resources.finalsite.net/images/v1579101542/fisheredu/zyznxryysaqso6vm3xlq/PE2019-2020_1.pdf Enroll in Student Health Insurance: https://www.fisher.edu/student-life/health-and-wellness/insurance Submit Photo for Student Card: https://www.fisher.edu/boston-campus-id Take Placement Tests (Math, English, etc.) Submit Final/Official Transcripts and Test Scores Pay Tuition and Fees: https://www.fisher.edu/student-life/bursar/make-a-payment Complete the FAFSA and upload our school code (002150); https://cdn2.hubspot.net/hubfs/396093/FAFSA_GUIDES/Fisher_College_FAFSA_2019_2020.pdf

After arrival

Attend Orientation Register for Classes: Freshman and Transfer students entering in Fall 2021 are eligible to register for one of our Summer Orientation Days after the enrollment deposit is submitted. At Summer Orientation, students will gain access to their new student portals, build class schedules with academic advisors and meet future classmates. Submit Final/Official Transcripts and Test Scores if not sent earlier Pay Remaining Tuition and Fees if applicable: https://www.fisher.edu/student-life/bursar/make-a-payment Health Screening

How to apply

Application deadlines

Fall: July 1 Spring: December 1

Application documents required to receive an offer

Passport English Test Score University Transcript Proof of Degree Reference Letters: Two current (not more than 1 year old) letters of recommendation Personal Statement/Essay: In 300-500 words, describe and articulate how obtaining this degree will help further your career, and how your career and experiences to date have prepared you for this degree or career path. 60-Credit Counseling Psychology Only: In 400-600 words, describe and articulate how obtaining this degree will help further your career and how your career and experiences to date have prepared you for this career path. Based on this, identify the populations that you hope to work with and those with whom you think you would work successfully. Unofficial documents are permitted for evaluation purposes. Provide unofficial transcripts demonstrating the completion of a bachelor's degree. If accepted, official transcripts are required prior to starting classes. Most recent resume

Testing codes

TOEFL: 1592 SAT: 3391 GRE: 1592

Post-offer process

Confirmation deadlines

Fall: September 1 Spring: January 10

Preparing for arrival

After arrival

Attend Orientation Register for Classes Submit Final/Official Transcripts and Test Scores if not sent earlier Pay Remaining Tuition and Fees if applicable: https://www.fisher.edu/student-life/bursar/make-a-payment Health Screening

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