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Application & Enrollment Procedures

  
 

Getting Started

Program Application & Course Registration

Thank you for your interest in attending Fisher College. Fisher's accelerated and professional studies programs (formerly known as Division of Continuing Education, or DCE) provide flexible course options to fit the needs of busy, working, and stay at home adults looking to further their education.

Fisher College courses are open to all students seeking additional skills, knowledge, self-improvement, transfer credit for another college, or preparing for graduate school. If you simply want to take one or two courses, you are not required to submit an application. You can begin taking classes just by registering for a course.

Students interested in a certificate or degree program must apply to the program.

  
 

Applying

Applying to a Degree or Certificate Program

Students interested in a certificate or degree program must apply to the program. We accept any student who can show proof of high school completion or an equivalency certificate (GED). Once enrolled in a program, you may register for courses.

To apply online, please select the location you would like to attend (application will open in a new window):

To apply by mail, please select the location you would like to attend and download the application (application will open in a new window):

If you are a re-enrolling student and have previously attended Fisher College, please click here to fill out the re-enrollment application.
  
 

Course Registration

Registering for courses

Current course schedules are viewable online.  When you have selected the course(s) you would like to schedule, please our Course Registration page for instructions on how to register.  
 

Textbooks & Course Materials

Purchasing Textbooks, Software and Course Materials

After you register for your courses, order texts through our Virtual Bookstore. It is best to order books in advance so they are shipped before your class begins. Some courses have additional software requirements. Please review the course descriptions and syllabus for specific requirements.  
 

Contacting Us

Fisher College welcomes visitors throughout the year. The Accelerated and Professional Studies locations in Boston, Brockton, New Bedford, and North Attleboro have office hours from 9:00 a.m.- 8:30 p.m. Monday-Thursday, and from 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. on Fridays. Fisher College Online is available during standard business hours, Monday-Friday, Eastern Standard Time.

Boston
617-236-8817
infoboston@fisher.edu

Brockton
774-296-7650
infobrockton@fisher.edu

New Bedford
508-998-3254
infonewbedford@fisher.edu

North Attleboro
508-699-6200
infoattleborough@fisher.edu

Fisher Online
866-309-6539
admissionsonline@fisher.edu

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Fisher College's registration with the Maryland Higher Education Commission is pending. Fisher is subject to investigation of complaints by the Office of the Attorney General or the Maryland Higher Education Commission.
 
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