Stags, Come Get a Free Fairfield Face Mask, Oct. 15

Stags, Come Get a Free Fairfield Face Mask, Oct. 15

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More than a thousand Fairfield alumni, parents, friends, and faculty/staff members made gifts to the University to provide students with free, specially branded masks. Come pick one up and share your thanks!

On Thursday, October 15 starting at noon, Fairfield students are invited to stop by the Barone Campus Center entrance to pick up a specially designed Fairfield face mask, available for FREE thanks to the generosity of more than a thousand alumni, parents, friends, and faculty/staff members. These faithful Fairfield supporters graciously made Stags for Stags gifts in support of the current needs of University students, while also helping to ensure the health and safety of our campus community by providing masks.

Students are encouraged to show their Stag spirit when picking up a mask by wearing red and writing a brief message of gratitude to Fairfield donors on a large thank-you card that will be available.

Only one mask per student please, and mask availability is first come, first served. Students must follow appropriate social distancing protocols during mask pick-up.

For more information about how Stags for Stags gifts are being used to ensure that students have access to a quality Fairfield experience, visit fairfield.edu/stagsforstags.

Get a Free Mask

Date: Thursday, October 15
Time: Starting at noon
Location: Outside of the Barone Campus Center (by the traffic circle)

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Remember to show your Stag spirit by wearing red when picking up your free mask. Masks are first come, first served. One mask per student.

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Last modified: 10-09-20 12:35 AM

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