Preview Fairfield's New Website Nov. 20

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Preview Fairfield's New Website Nov. 20

The rumors are true. Fairfield University is getting a new website in January. But that’s just the beginning!

On Wednesday, November 20th all students, faculty and staff are invited to the Fairfield Fall Forum for an official sneak peek of the new website and many of the new promotional projects ahead for Fairfield. The big event will take place in the Kelley Center Presentation Room in two sessions 9-10 a.m. and 2:30-3:30 p.m.

Fairfield University has partnered with the leading branding firm, 160over90, who will be on hand, along with members of the University’s Web Working Group.  During each of the two sessions, they will share information on the benefits and features of the new site such as:

-Ease of navigation

-Mobile compatibility

-Web templates

-New campus photography

This project is an important step toward creating a dynamic web presence, responsive to the needs of prospective students.  The new website will reflect the commitment of Fairfield University to its students by providing the intellectual development, personal growth, and sense of community we are known for.

The University’s new website is the first communication vehicle (and one of the most important) in a series of marketing and recruitment materials that will be refreshed and updated over the course of the coming academic year for undergraduate and graduate admissions.

All members of the Fairfield University community are welcome and encouraged to attend.

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