Save the Date for Alumni & Family Weekend! Friday-Sunday, Oct. 24-26.

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Save the Date for Alumni & Family Weekend! Friday-Sunday, Oct. 24-26.

Alumni & Family Weekend is a Fairfield tradition that offers a variety of fun activities and special events for students, alumni, families, faculty and staff!

This year’s weekend will be held Friday, October 24 - Sunday, October 26

Highlights of the weekend include:

- A sampling of local restaurants, Beer Garden (new this year!) and Lil' Stags Zone at the 7th annual Taste of Fairfield event

- Stag Stampede (Fun Run) through campus ( Please bring two non-perishable food items to be donated to the Connecticut Food Bank)

- Fairfield at Night's extremely popular late-night Bingo event

- Health Studies Panel: Growth in the Health Center Industry and The Affordable Care Act

- Health Studies Career Discussion with Fairfield Faculty

- Comedian Hypnotist Jim Spinnato

- Ghost Hunter John Zaffis from SyFy's Hit Show Haunted Collector

- Athletic events including Field Hockey and Men’s Soccer, Lacrosse, Swimming & Diving, and Volleyball

- Student Leadership Reception for current and former student leaders

- Alumni & Family Weekend Mass celebration

- The always popular Glee Club Concert


Don't miss out on all the fun!

See the AFW home page for more information.

Register for Alumni & Family Weekend here!

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