Fisher College

Boston, MA
4-year
Small
Urban

Questions and Answers

Olivia C.
16 days ago
What is the average cost of attendance for Fisher College?
Olivia C.
17 days ago
How many students typically live in a dorm room, and can a freshman have a room for themselves?
Fisher College
Hi Olivia, We have a variety of different types of rooms, quads, triples, doubles and singles. You can request a single, there is an additional charge for a single room.
Piper M.
3 months ago
What housing options are available for first year students?
Fisher College
Hi Piper, We have quads, triples, doubles and singles available. Our dorms are all old brownstones converted into dorm rooms.
Piper M.
3 months ago
How do you apply for scholarships at Fisher?
Piper M.
3 months ago
Do you offer greek life?
Sterling W.
5 months ago
What's the ethnicity breakdown of your school's student population?
Fisher College
Ethnicity is not a required question to answer on any college application so there are many unknown. Here is our latest breakdown of our student population. 33%-Unknown 26%-White 13% Hispanic 12%-African American 11%-Non-resident Alien 3% Two or more races 1%-Asian

About

Student Success- Fisher values its students above all. Every plan the College makes and every action it takes must advance the education and promote the success of its undergraduate and graduate students. Faculty as Teachers and Mentors-Fisher values its faculty for their great talent and commitment to teaching. Through close student-faculty interactions, Fisher‘s faculty strive for teaching excellence that reflects and respects the unique interests, needs and abilities of their students. Diversity and Civility- Fisher values diversity of backgrounds and perspectives as essential to transformative learning, and encourages its students to share their cultures and ideas through curricular and co-curricular activities and dialogue. In the midst of difference, Fisher affirms the value of mutual respect and civility as important to sustaining a healthy learning environment. Transparency and Open Communication- Fisher values the meaningful involvement of its community members according to their roles, interests, and abilities. Because meaningful involvement implies knowledge of relevant facts, the College values transparency and open communication among all members of its community. Financial Responsibility and Sustainability -Fisher values the freedom to chart its own future with a minimum of financial constraints. To enjoy this freedom to the fullest, Fisher acts with great financial care and prudence, mindful it is the steward of others‘ trust and treasure, and always putting its students‘ interests first. Service to the Larger World- Fisher values advancing the common good through civic engagement, community service, environmental stewardship, and the public discussion of ideas. Fisher has a special, historical obligation to be a point of access to higher education for the people of Boston, especially first generation students and students from underrepresented groups.

Academic details

Student Faculty Ratio
16 to 1
Selectivity
Less Selective (67% Acceptance Rate)
School type
Non-profit Private 4-year institution

Diversity statistics

18% White
7% Black
6% Hispanic
1% Asian
1% Multiracial
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Financial Snapshot

Average Financial Breakdown
$21,781
Average grant for incoming freshmen
$4,521
Average Pell Grant
$5,823
Average Federal Loans

$18,272
Average Institutional Grant
$8,163
Average Total Loans
Published tuition and fees (Out of state)
$31,992 / year
While we do our best to show up-to-date information, due to COVID-19 and other factors out of our control, it is possible that the data we are showing about test requirements, application deadlines, and more, are inaccurate. Please verify with the college itself via their website to ensure you are aware of all requirements and deadlines.