From a very young age, Patricia decided that home is wherever her passport and bag decided to take her. After leaving her home in Romania, Patricia moved to Boston in order to attend Fisher College. And in 2019 she decided to join the Spring Semester at Sea program where she spent the entire semester on a ship sailing to 11 different countries while studying and doing coursework. “Semester at Sea is home. It’s culture, learning, family, and a lifetime of experiences and memories.
NAIA sports teams
Faculty with Doctorates
First Generation College Students
Sami conducted her internship with 33 Munroe, a local event planning company. During her time there she helped put on Catwalk for the Cure, their biggest event of the year! Collaborating with Susan G Komen Foundation and several local Boston designers, they were able to raise $1.75 million to support cancer research and survivors. ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀
Having never lived in the United States before, Minh wasted no time getting involved and becoming the face of the Fisher community. Outside of the classroom Minh can be seen leading campus tours to prospective students, heard singing in the Beacon Beats a Capella group, and playing his guitar. Minh is paving the way for a bright future not only for himself but also, for his family. “Fisher has been such an amazing experience” Minh said, “I know I’ll be able to take the opportunities I have been given here and apply them to real world experiences once I graduate.”
After leaving her home in Sweden for an Au Pair in the U.S, it wasn’t hard for Emelie to decide to become a student and finish her education in the U.S. “I always wanted to do something different, I wanted to choose a different path than the one people around me usually choose.” Emelie views the four years she spent at Fisher as an incredibly transformational experience, especially as an international student studying abroad.