Receptions in New York and Boston Will Kick Off City Series Competition

Receptions in Boston and New York Will Kick Off City Series Competition

May the best city win! New York City Stags and Boston Stags will go head-to-head in Fairfield's first City Series.

This fall, Fairfield’s Presidential Alumni Receptions in Boston and New York will kick off a “City Series” competition. Come to the event and earn points (and some swag) to help your city win, while having some fun in support of Fairfield. Attending each event to cheer on the Stags will be President Mark R. Nemec, PhD along with the dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, Richard Greenwald, PhD, and the dean of the Charles F. Dolan School of Business, Zhan Li, PhD.

 

When and Where:

New York 
Monday, November 4
6 to 8 p.m.
At the Yale Club

Boston
Thursday, November 14
6 to 8 p.m.
At the Harvard Club

How to Earn Points for Your City:

  • Wear red or Fairfield gear at the event
  • Make a gift online, when registering, or at the event
  • Sign up to help with Career Development
  • Download the Fairfield U app (see instructions)
  • Put your business card in the raffle jar

What is at Stake?

The winning city will be celebrated on campus after the competition results are announced. What better way to support Fairfield than to gather with fellow alumni and parents and engage in a fun competition.

How to Register:

To RSVP for the New York City reception, visit fairfield.edu/2019nycreception. To RSVP for the Boston reception, visit fairfield.edu/2019bostonreception. For more information about either event, please call 203-254-4000, ext. 2661. See below to check out photos from some of our previous New York City and Boston Presidential Alumni Receptions. 

 

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New York City Alumni Receptions

New York City Alumni Receptions

Boston Alumni Receptions

Boston Alumni Receptions

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Last modified: 09-27-19 3:12 PM

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