Registration is Now Open for 2018 Siblings Weekend

Registration is Now Open for 2018 Siblings Weekend

2018 Siblings Weekend will take place Friday, February 9 to Sunday, February 11.

Every year Fairfield University hosts its annual Siblings Weekend where siblings of current students are invited to campus for a fun weekend of activities, and to experience the excitement of life as a college student.

The Weekend, planned by Fairfield University Student Association (FUSA), includes events for students and their siblings both on and off campus. Siblings Weekend is $40 per guest, which includes a t-shirt, four meal vouchers to The Tully Dining Commons, access to giveaways, and transportation off campus to Rock N’ Jump Trampoline Park. Events during the Weekend include movie night, BINGO, craft and game night, trampoline park, inflatable obstacle course, stuff your own emoji pillow, activities in the RecPlex, and more! To participate in this year’s Siblings Weekend, please register at tickets.fairfield.edu .

For more information, please contact Colleen Wilson, assistant director of Student Programs in the Office of Student Engagement at (203) 254-4000 ext. 2081 or email fusa@fairfield.edu .

2018 Siblings Weekend

Date: Friday, February 9 to Sunday, February 11
Time: All Weekend
Location: Fairfield University

Additional Details:

Please register at tickets.fairfield.edu.

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