Enhance Fisher's Campus
Engaging in capital expansion to facilitate impact now and in the future.
A Growing Footprint
The Fisher campus, designed from the very beginning to create a beautiful environment for our community of learning, is one of our strongest assets. As the needs of today’s students change, we continue to remain committed to major investments in key campus facilities to support student learning and to enhance the overall Fisher experience.
Invest to Enhance Fisher's Future
Invest in the Academic Experience
Fisher Forward aims to ensure the expansion of Wegmans School of Nursing, the creation of a dedicated home for the School of Arts and Sciences - the largest of the five Schools, and the modernization of Lavery Library.Learn More: Academic Experience
Invest in the Residential Experience
Fisher Forward will commit to the value of the residential experience as an integral part of the Fisher experience for 90% of the College’s student body.Learn More: Residential Experience
Invest in the Athletic Experience
Fisher Forward will continue to invest in the ongoing development of our athletic facilities, creating new indoor practice facilities outfitted with turf, which will continue to serve as a resource for student recruitment and a model to peer institutions.Learn More: Athletic Experience
Your Gifts Make An Impact
First-generation scholar Erin Turpin came to Fisher thanks to the generosity of many. From faculty-mentored research experiences to leadership positions with the Student Government Association, she has made the most of her Fisher experience.
Meet Dr. Kevin Callahan, professor of chemistry. When school is not in session, you can find Dr. Callahan working closely with Summer Science Fellows as their faculty mentor. The program, funded through generous donations, creates one-on-one mentorship opportunities for students interested in research.
Joe Current came to Fisher with a clear vision in mind. A recipient of the endowed Service Scholarship, he blends community engagement with courses in the natural sciences, all with the goal of earning a pharmacy degree.