Class of 2021 Arrives to Stag Country on September 3!

Class of 2021 Arrives to Stag Country on September 3!

Class of 2021 and transfer students will move-in on September 3, 2017.

On Sunday, September 3, Fairfield University will welcome the Class of 2021 and transfer students! Fall Welcome is sure to be an exiting few days with various important sessions and fun activities that will prepare new students academically and socially for the year to come. Detailed schedules and other information can be found at fairfield.edu/fallwelcome .

Move-In Day will be featured prominently on the University’s social media accounts. On the big day, September 3, watch the @FairfieldU Instagram and Snapchat stories for a look at the day through the eyes of Fairfield students, and stay tuned in to the Fairfield University Facebook page for even more content, including a live stream of the welcome address by President Mark R. Nemec, PhD.

Fairfield’s social media coverage of the day will allow everyone to join in the celebration of the new school year. Students, alumni, family and friends of the University can show their support for the incoming Class of 2021 by posting with #Stags21 or all the returning students by posting with #StagsComeHome on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.

Visit our Fall Welcome website at fairfield.edu/fallwelcome for up-to-date information regarding move-in and other events. We look forward to welcoming the Class of 2021 to Stag Country!

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Last modified: 08-25-17 10:45 AM

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