Founded in 1903, Fisher College is a nonprofit educational institution approved by the Department of Higher Education of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The College is authorized to grant the degrees of Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, Associate of Arts, Associate of Science, Master of Business Administration, Master of Arts in Psychology, Master of Science in Criminal Justice and various certificates.
ApplyBoard's recruitment of students to Fisher College is enabled through an agreement with Kings Education. Students enroll at Fisher College in one of Kings Education's GO programs. After 2-4 semesters of study at Fisher College, students can transfer to the University of Rochester, elect to complete a degree at Fisher College, or can transfer to a Top 100 University, where they complete the remainder of their studies, graduate and gain a degree.
While there are a number of benefits from enrolling at Fisher College through Kings Education, one of the most important services that they offer is Go: Supported. Students receive university support from their personal Kings Student Success Advisor throughout their time at Fisher College. Through Go: Supported, students receive Pre-Departure, Campus Life, Academic and Career and Top 100 Transfer Support, assisting students from their admission into Fisher College to transfer to a Top 100 University.
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|USD 14,520 - USD 33,510
|Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America