Add Your Alumni-Owned Business to the New Online Directory

Add Your Alumni-Owned Business to the New Online Directory

Alumni business owners: spread the word about your products and/or services to fellow Stags through the new Alumni-Owned Business Directory!

The Office of Alumni Relations has launched a new alumni-owned business directory for entrepreneurial Stags. Fairfield alumni who own businesses are invited to create virtual business cards that include: name and class year, a brief description of the company, and company contact information. Business owners also have the opportunity to offer special discounts only for Fairfield alumni.

Once business cards are completed and populated in the directory, they are searchable by various categories like industry, location, and more. Visit the Directory Search Page to see what businesses are already included. All business types are welcome, including independent consultants (e.g., Mary Kay, Pampered Chef), and/or divisions of larger companies (privately owned insurance, etc.).

To register for the Alumni-Owned Business Directory, go to the Alumni Online Community Directory, log in to activate your account using your pre-existing Online Community username and password, and then complete the Business Directory form.

For log-in help, email communityhelp@fairfield.edu.

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Last modified: 10-16-20 9:13 AM

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