The Haverhill native always knew he wanted to experience living in the city, where he would not only be exposed to more opportunities, but would also be able to push outside his comfort zone and build meaningful friendships. “I love Boston; I love this city and how much energy it contains. There are so many different and interesting places, people, and things to learn about. You never get bored, and even if you do, who cares, you’re bored in the city! Aside from that, I feel that Boston is really a networking hub because there are so many colleges nearby.”
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After learning more about the Criminal Justice program through visiting campus and meeting with faculty members, Obed knew Fisher would be a great fit for him. “The thing I like the most about my major is that it involves advocacy, counseling and rehabilitating criminals, and investigating. There’s a variety of avenues within the field of criminal justice such as Teaching and Research, Judiciary and Law, Corrections, Community Health Centers, Federal Bureau of Prison, Social Services, and more. I love the fact that you have a plethora of options and choices.”
The first year Fashion Merchandising student, originally from Ethiopia, describes her journey at Fisher College and Boston as "once in a life time experience."
"Living in the South End, I love that it’s so close to my house. “As a commuter student, Revica goes on to express that Fisher is very accessible and has many forms of transportation to get to school whether that’s walking, taking the train, or bus."
After starting her college journey in her hometown of Los Angeles, Aya knew that she needed a change in scenery and a new experience, that’s when she decided to move to Boston and attend Fisher College.
“I love change. I wanted to experience living across the country on the east coast, and I knew Boston was a special place, the whole city is stunning.”