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College 101

A Free, Firsthand College Experience

College 101 gives you the opportunity to earn college credits completely cost-free even before you start your junior or senior years of high school! This program not only gives you the chance to get ahead academically and financially, but it also gives you the opportunity to carve out your place at Fisher College. Learn more about College 101 and how it can benefit you. 

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Perks of College 101

Opportunity for Networking
College 101

At College 101, you will have the opportunity to advance your career by building connections with Fisher faculty and staff.

College Friends are Life Friends

You take your College 101 courses with a cohort of other high school students who become your friends for the summer, and possibly even for your future at Fisher.

Course Options for Summer 2024

MK201: Principles of Marketing (3 credits)

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The objective of this course is to familiarize the student with scope, terminology, and procedures of marketing in a modern firm.

The various elements of marketing-pricing, promotion, distribution, and product planning are carefully analyzed.

Consumer motivation and the diffusion and adoption of new goods and services are studied.

SO105: Introduction to Criminology (3 credits)

After an analysis of current statistical data on crime and its distribution within the United States, students will examine criminological theories and how these theories relate to crime data, patterns of deviance, and the public’s response to criminal behavior.

PS101: Introduction to Psychology (3 credits)

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An introduction to the scientific study of behavior. The introductory readings and lectures demonstrate how psychology emerged as a distinct social science.

The following areas are studied: research methods, the nervous system and its relationship to behavior, the sensory processes, learning, cognition, testing, and individual differences.

This course will also introduce more complex areas such as personality development, psychopathology and social influence.

Important Dates and Information

For any additional questions, comments, or concerns please contact Henry Maldonado, Sr. Assistant Director of Admissions for Diversity Recruitment or Dr. Robert Melaragni, Vice President of Enrollment Management

Henry Maldonado
Sr. Assistant Director of Admissions for Diversity Recruitment


Dr. Robert Melaragni, MBA EdD
Vice President of Enrollment Management