Alumni & Students
New for 2014: CAS student advising checklist
The Office of Academic Support and Retention is available to all first-year students, sophomores, and some juniors who are exploring/undecided students and/or students in transition (i.e., new transfer students who are exploring or students who wish to switch from one undergraduate school to another).
Once you attend Fairfield University, you're a Stag for life. Your connection to Fairfield transcends the gates of North Benson Road and follows you far beyond the borders of the state of Connecticut. In fact, our extensive network of over 42,000 alumni spans throughout the United States and dozens of countries around the world.
Whether you're looking to secure employment, enter graduate school, or join a service program, career counselors are available year-round to make sure you get the most out of your Fairfield education.
Fairfield University has chapters with several academic honor socieites including Phi Beta Kappa, the oldest national honor society, and Alpha Sigma Nu, the Jesuit honor society.
There are two types of internships students can attain: internships for academic credit and non-credit internships. Internships for academic credit must be approved by faculty and are connected to an academic course. Some departments have lists of available for-credit internships and some may approve internships that you find on your own as well. NEW! Read about the City of Bridgeport Internship Program.
Read about the latest accomplishments from our students, faculty, and alumni in 'At The Core' the College of Arts and Sciences' newsletter.