Your lifetime connection to the DiMenna-Nyselius Library!
We are pleased to welcome Fairfield University alumni to this site which is designed to highlight the services available to you. We invite you to visit our library in person to have access to the full range of the Library's electronic databases, our unique Archive collections and to take out books, movies and music. Visit our online Fairfield University History Collection and explore hundreds of images that may bring back some Fairfield memories. We look forward to our continuing relationship in serving you and we welcome your visit virtually or in person.
ENJOY OUR BOOKS, MOVIES AND MUSIC
Alumni may borrow any combination of items up to a total of 10 with 1 renewal. (See Policies)
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E-RESOUCES FOR ALUMNI
Visit us in person to access our databases. Due to contractual agreements, off-campus access to all licensed databases is available only to currently affiliated faculty, students, and staff. Here are a few alternative options:
- Access selected JSTOR journals
- Free academic e-resources
Google Scholar - search scholarly literature
Directory of Open Access Journals
- In Connecticut? Try ResearchIT CT. Otherwise, contact your local public library.
Alumni are eligible to use RefWorks, a citation management software, as well as keep access to their existing accounts.
FAIRFIELD UNIVERSITY HISTORY COLLECTIONS
In addition to our in-house Archives and Special Collections, we invite alumni to explore Fairfield University History Online database of historical photographs, documents, newspapers, and magazines related to the history of Fairfield University:
Read your favorite professors’ work in DigitalCommons@Fairfield
DigitalCommons@Fairfield, an institutional repository service of the DiMenna-Nyselius Library, offers open access to the collected scholarship and creative works of Fairfield University.
CONNECT WITH US!
For Research Assistance, go to Ask a Librarian.
Questions about Archives or Fairfield University history? Contact University Archivist Elise Bochinski @ firstname.lastname@example.org or 203-254-4000 (ext.2892)
University's Alumni Resources