The Fall, Spring and Summer program - Audit a Class at the Undergraduate Level
Open House for Fall 2015 registration
Tuesday, August 18, 2015 - 9:30 a.m.-1 p.m.
Aloysius P. Kelley Center, S.J. Lobby
Directions to the Kelley Center
Summer Lifelong Learning Week - June 1 - June 5, 2015
Join us for a thought-provoking week of learning with three of Fairfield's most dynamic professors. No homework. No exams.
- The Life and Work of Beethoven with Alan Murchie, adjunct professor of music
- The Supreme Court with Donald Greenberg, associate professor of politics
- Russia and Ukranie 2015: History, Culture, and Current Conflict with David McFadden, professor of history
Education - Enrichment - Exploration
Explore the world of arts and humanities through a wide variety of undergraduate courses offered at Fairfield University. Members have the privilege of auditing one or two undergraduate courses each semester. These courses are available to auditors on a space-available basis during the day or evening.
Membership is open to the intellectually curious who may:
- audit a wide range of university semester-long undergraduate courses
- participate in broadly based monthly symposia offered by distinguished members of the Fairfield University faculty
- attend special interest programs and lectures
*There are no papers to write and no exams to take
In addition, the Albert M. Loch Learning for a Lifetime Scholarship offers members the opportunity to contribute to the scholarship to support two deserving students (one student at the undergraduate level and one student at the graduate level) during the academic year.
During the spring and fall semesters, monthly symposia are also offered. Fairfield University faculty lead these discussions on a variety of topical subjects. Attendees also have the chance to get to know each other and exchange viewpoints among a highly diversified group of professionals.
Courses to Audit
Each semester Fairfield University publishes a catalogue with the courses on offer and the days and times the courses are offered.
Courses may be audited on a space available basis or by special permission of a particular faculty member.
Members also enjoy special privileges such as:
- Fairfield University ID card
- free on-campus parking in specially designated student parking lots
- access to the full services of the DiMenna Nyselius Library
- discounted tickets to select Quick Center performances
- use of the Leslie C. Quick Jr. Recreational Complex (additional discount fee applies)
Tuition to audit one course is $265; tuition for an accompanying spouse to audit one course is $245. Tuition to audit two courses is $510. Fees are subject to change.
Please contact Elizabeth Hastings at (203) 254-4000 ext. 2688 for further information on Learning for a Lifetime opportunities.