Information for parents

Fisher College of Business offers quality undergraduate programs, support, and resources for your child.  Please feel free to navigate through the links below for more information about our excellent advising, rankings, career resources, admissions process, alumni, and tuition.


Academic Advisors are available for undergraduate students who need help with curriculum planning, university policies and procedures, business specializations, career resources, special academic and leadership opportunities, graduation requirements, and campus support services.


Fisher is proud to offer several of the top undergraduate business programs in the nation.



U.S News and World Report 2013

17th overall, 8th among public universities

5th         Supply Chain Management and Logistics

6th         Production and Operations Management

10th       Accounting

11th       Finance

13th       Marketing

Public Accounting Report 2012

7th in the nation in accounting, 4th among public universities


Career Management

The Office of Career Management provides several unique career planning and job search resources for your child.


The Fisher College of Business holds students to high standards, and the admissions criteria reflects those standards. We constantly search for the best and brightest students to become a part of the Fisher experience.


Alumni relations works to provide meaningful opportunities for your graduate to interact with Fisher while continuously facilitating networking opportunities with alumni.

Cost to Attend

Are you interested in learning about tuition, financial aid, and scholarship opportunities for your child? The links below will guide you to more information.

In Their Words

  • Mark Windnagel
    Father of Adam,
    Class of 2013

    "We were extremely pleased with Adam’s decision to attend Fisher because of the quality exposure it gave to him in his lines of interest. These were real-world experiences that he can apply throughout his entire career, regardless of the path it may take."