You'll be ready.


Start your journey   

Events for Black History Month

On Feb 15, a “Know Your Rights” Panel is slated from 7 to 9 p.m. in the Williams Center. Co-sponsored by the Black Student Union and the Criminal Justice Club, the workshop will include a panel that will focus on community issues and legal rights. On Feb 28, "An Evening with the Stars" closing ceremony will begin at 6 p.m. in the Williams Center Multipurpose Room.

GO

Youth activist to promote campus movement building in Black History Month talk

Chicago-based black youth activist Charlene Carruthers will deliver a talk, “But no one is showing up to our events! Movement building on campus,” as part of Fredonia’s observance of Black History Month. The free talk is slated for Wednesday, Feb. 24, in Rosch Recital Hall.

GO

Mason & Wigdahl-Perry receive NY Sea Grant

Chemistry / Biochemistry Professor Sherri Mason and Biology Professor Courtney Wigdahl-Perry received a multiyear New York Sea Grant award for plastic pollution research in Lake Erie.

GO

Fredonia at forefront of national effort to hike student retention, graduation rates

Fredonia has been selected as the only New York State school to participate in "Re-Imagining the First Year of College (RFY)," a sweeping, national, three-year initiative to remake the first year of college to increase student success rates. Only 44 public colleges and universities in the U.S. were accepted into the coalition assembled by the American Association of State Colleges and Universities.

GO

Devils top Bengals

The women's basketball team hung on for an 85-78 victory vs. Buffalo State on Friday. Freshman Jenna Einink and senior Sabrina Macaulay turned in a pair of dominating performances with 26 points apiece. With the win, the Devils improve to 16-7 overall and 11-5  in the SUNYAC, with two regular-season games remaining. 

GO

Three Fredonia graduates accepted into renowned Merola Opera Program

San Francisco’s Merola Opera Program, one of the oldest and most prestigious operatic training programs in North America, enrolls only 23 out of nearly 800 applicants in its summer program. And for 2016, three singers are alumni of Fredonia’s School of Music.

GO

Mainstage Series addresses real-life tragedy with pair of works

The 1998 murder of a college student in Montana is the subject of the next two productions in the Walter Gloor Mainstage Series. The Department of Theatre and Dance presents, “The Laramie Project” and “The Laramie Project: Ten Years Later” from Feb. 25 to March 5 in Bartlett Theatre.

GO

Business students named finalists in 2016 CFA Research Challenge of WNY

Five students participating as a team have earned a spot as one of the six finalists in the 2016 CFA Research Challenge of Western New York. The group is advised by Dr. Taihyeup Yi, and the final competition is slated for Feb. 15.

GO


Our Mission

Fredonia educates, challenges, and inspires students to become skilled, connected, creative, and responsible global citizens and professionals. The university enriches the world through scholarship, artistic expression, community engagement, and entrepreneurship.

About Giving Visit Apply

Events for Black History Month:

On Feb 15, a “Know Your Rights” Panel is slated from 7 to 9 p.m. in the Williams Center. Co-sponsored by the Black Student Union and the Criminal Justice Club, the workshop will include a panel that will focus on...
GO

Youth activist to promote campus movement building in Black History Month talk:

Chicago-based black youth activist Charlene Carruthers will deliver a talk, “But no one is showing up to our events! Movement building on campus,” as part of Fredonia’s observance of Black History Month. The free talk...
GO

Mason & Wigdahl-Perry receive NY Sea Grant:

Chemistry / Biochemistry Professor Sherri Mason and Biology Professor Courtney Wigdahl-Perry received a multiyear New York Sea Grant award for plastic pollution research in Lake Erie.
GO

Fredonia at forefront of national effort to hike student retention, graduation rates :

Fredonia has been selected as the only New York State school to participate in "Re-Imagining the First Year of College (RFY)," a sweeping, national, three-year initiative to remake the first year of college to increase...
GO

Devils top Bengals:

The women's basketball team hung on for an 85-78 victory vs. Buffalo State on Friday. Freshman Jenna Einink and senior Sabrina Macaulay turned in a pair of dominating performances with 26 points apiece. With the...
GO

Three Fredonia graduates accepted into renowned Merola Opera Program:

San Francisco’s Merola Opera Program, one of the oldest and most prestigious operatic training programs in North America, enrolls only 23 out of nearly 800 applicants in its summer program. And for 2016, three...
GO

Mainstage Series addresses real-life tragedy with pair of works:

The 1998 murder of a college student in Montana is the subject of the next two productions in the Walter Gloor Mainstage Series. The Department of Theatre and Dance presents, “The Laramie Project” and “The Laramie...
GO

Business students named finalists in 2016 CFA Research Challenge of WNY:

Five students participating as a team have earned a spot as one of the six finalists in the 2016 CFA Research Challenge of Western New York. The group is advised by Dr. Taihyeup Yi, and the final competition is slated...
GO