Admissions & Aid

Accepted Students


We are thrilled that you have chosen Fisher to continue your education! This portion of our site is built to provide resources and answer some of the questions you may have as a new student. If you cannot find the information you need, please feel free to contact us.

To-Do Checklist

Mail in your deposit to hold your place in the entering class. The deposit amount is $200 if you are going to be a commuter and $500 if you are planning to be a resident student. Make a Deposit

Complete the financial aid process. If you have not received a financial aid award, call the Financial Aid Office at 617-236-8821 to find out what items are missing from your file. Do not assume that everything is done unless you have an award in hand.

Complete the Housing Application & Agreement.  Click here to fill out the Housing Application (opens in a new window) Please note that assignments are made based upon deposit date.

Make an appointment with your primary care physician for a complete physical. While at your appointment, have your doctor update your immunizations to meet state regulations. Return completed health and immunization records as soon as possible.

Return insurance information/enrollment forms to the Health Services Office. All students must have health insurance. Fisher College does not accept health insurance from foreign countries or hospital-based community plans. If you receive health benefits from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, please be aware that you must have your own MassHealth account by the age of 19. Most out-of-state HMOs are not valid in Massachusetts. If your health insurance is from a state other than Massachusetts, please forward a copy of your coverage for our review. If no insurance waiver is received by the first day of school, you will be billed for Fisher's Student Health Plan.

Confirm payment in full. Most students need to access student and/or parent loans to pay their bill in full. This process can take a number of weeks for credit approval. Confirm with both the Financial Aid Office (617-236-8821) and the Bursar (617-236-5403) that your loan or payment plan has been approved and guaranteed. Do not wait until the last minute to confirm payment.

Registration Days

Take your placement exams, meet your advisor, and choose classes at one of five Registration Days during the summer. Students and parents should plan on attending one of these five programs prior to coming for our Orientation Program scheduled over the Move in weekend. Information about how to sign up for a Registration Day will be sent to you after the college receives your deposit.

Summer 2018 Registration Days

  • Thursday & Friday, June 21-22, 2018 (Overnight, Residential Students)
  • Tuesday, June 26, 2018 (All Students)
  • Wednesday, July 18, 2018 (Commuter Students)
  • Thursday, August 9, 2018 (All Students/ Transfer Students Day)
  • Tuesday, August 21, 2018 (All Students)

Click here to register for any one of these Registration Days! 


Net Price Calculator
The Net Price Calculator was developed to help families plan for educational costs at Fisher College by providing an estimated "net cost" figure (estimated costs less estimated scholarship and grant aid).
Make a Deposit
Need to make your deposit to hold your place in the entering class? You can make it online.
Make a Deposit

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Fisher College has rules and regulations that ensure the safety, well being, and success of each individual in our community. As you prepare for your new life here, please familiarize yourself with the Student Code of Conduct, commonly referred to as the Student Handbook. It includes services that will help you adjust to and succeed at the College. It is your responsibility to familiarize yourself with these rules, so that you can adhere to them. 

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