Fairfield University offers courses, camps and conferences for all ages all summer


Image: Fairfield UniversitySummer is anything but quiet at Fairfield University, where students of all ages converge on campus for part-time, for-credit courses, athletic, theatre, science and computer camps, writing workshops and more.

Registration is going on now for undergraduate three-credit courses, which are offered during the day and evening, weekends, online and in one-week intensive formats this summer beginning in May through August. Visiting college students, area residents and high school students are welcome to enroll in courses in a wide variety of subject areas.

Applications for many graduate programs are still being accepted for the summer semester and courses offered in the Graduate School of Education and Allied Professions can be taken on a non-matriculated basis as well. In addition, students can register for personal and professional enrichment courses or enroll in a certificate program, such as interior design, or consider options to audit a course.

High school students have a number of opportunities to learn at Fairfield during the summer. Some of the options are:

Younger students also have many options, including:

Adults who know learning doesn't end with commencement can take part in a number of activities on campus and at other locations:

For more information on these and many more summer courses, camps and events at Fairfield University, visit www.fairfield.edu/summer.

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Media Contact: Meredith Guinness, (203) 254-4000, ext. 2950, mguinness@fairfield.edu

Posted on April 14, 2014

Vol. 46, No. 273

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