Fisher College has named Brenda Sanchez, Vice President of Advancement and Alumni Engagement, as Neighborhood Liason. She is available to respond to any questions or concerns that Fisher neighbors (residents of the Back Bay and Beacon Hill) may have. You can find her contact information here and she is available for virtual office hours between 9am-5pm on Mondays through Fridays.
Updates on Coronavirus
Thanks to the Fisher Community for doing their part to keep Fisher safe! Everyone is doing their part by wearing masks, keeping social distance, and observing increased sanitation and hand-washing protocols. Continuing to follow these guidelines is extra important as we enter October, with its two full moons, cool weather, football and Halloween, it’s more important than ever to remain vigilant. We look forward to finding creative ways to enjoy these events safely. Going forward, please remember to:
- Skip the parties and large indoor gatherings – share your ideas for socially distant celebrations with us!
- Don’t skip the masks, the social distance markers, or the handwashing!
All students, faculty, and staff are required to download the CoVerified app to monitor their symptoms, review test results, and keep track of their test appointment schedules. Above are instructions for downloading the app. You can also find a tutorial for using it here. A web-based product is available for those without a smart phone. If you have questions about installation and using the app, please contact email@example.com.
YOU MUST BRING YOUR PHONE WITH YOU TO YOUR first TEST APPOINTMENT. THE TEST SCHEDULER WILL ASSIST YOU IN SETTING UP TEST SCHEDULING THROUGH CoVERIFIED. if you have already been tested, please bring your phone to your next scheduled test. Once you have downloaded the app, omplete the symptom monitoring checklist before entering the College. If the app shows “green” you will be cleared to enter the building. If the app shows “red” you may not enter the building until you have resolved your health or testing issue.
Reminder that Move-In day for new students is happening on Thursday, September 3, 2020 and Friday, September 4, 2020 and returning students will move in on Sunday, September 6 and Monday, September 7. Here are the steps you must take to prepare for coming to campus safely.
1. Fill out the Massachusetts Travel Form - You are required to fill out this form if you are coming from a state that's considered higher risk by the state of Massachusetts. Please note all students will only be allowed two guests to help them move into their residence halls and that any guests coming in from a state not mentioned in the list must also present a negative test before coming into the building. If you are coming in from the following states, you are exempt from this requirement.
2. Get tested before coming to campus - Students and anyone helping students move in (parents, guardians, etc.) will be required to show a negative COVID -19 test within 72 hours of arrival. Please schedule your test in advance to make sure you get tested in the appropriate time frame. If you are coming in from the following states, you are exempt from this requirement. If you have any questions about or difficulties getting tested, reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information, please see our Return to Campus Guide
Fisher Community Members
Reach out to Sheila Lally, Fisher College's COVID-19 officer.
Reach out to Brenda Sanchez, Fisher College's Neighborhood Liason.
Virtual Office Hours:
Community & externaL Resources
Massachusetts Travel Form (Travelers from High Risk States)
COVID-19 Financial Hardship Form (Day/Residential Students Only)