Registration Now Open for 2019 Sibling's Weekend

Registration Now Open for 2019 Sibling's Weekend

2019 Sibling's Weekend will take place from Friday, February 8 to Sunday, February 10.

Every year Fairfield University hosts Sibling's Weekend, inviting brothers and sisters of current students to campus for a fun weekend of activities and a chance to experience the excitement of life as a college student. 

The weekend, planned by the 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, two meal vouchers to The Tully Dining Commons, and free admission to all on-campus events including Inflatable Frenzy, movies, Painting with Sibs, tie dye, a women's basketball game, bingo, Mass, and a campus scavenger hunt. The fee also includes transportation and an admission ticket for the men's basketball game ($10 value) and a Bridgeport Sound Tigers Hockey Game ($20 value) at Webster Bank Arena.

To participate in this year’s Sibling's Weekend, 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.

Sibling's Weekend

Date: Friday, February 8 to Sunday, February 10
Location: Fairfield University

Tags:  Parent Stories,  Student Stories

Last modified: 02-01-19 11:51 AM

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