Top Five Reasons to Download the FairfieldU App Today

Top Five Reasons to Download the FairfieldU App Today

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The FairfieldU app connects students with the most popular campus resources, support, and services.

Fairfield students have access to a wide range of services on campus, so much so, that sometimes it may be hard to keep track of them all. That’s where the FairfieldU app comes in. The FairfieldU app gives students direct access to the most popular campus resources, support, and services in one location. Here are five reasons to download the app today:

#1 Get Access to Top Library Resources
Check hours of operation, use the Ask a Librarian service, reserve a study room, and more.

#2 Maximize your Laundry Efficiency
See real time availability of washers and dryers on campus.

#3 See Weekly Events on Life@Fairfield 
Join your fellow Stags at virtual events.

#4 Track RecPlex Live Stats
Know the best times to visit your favorite spot at the RecPlex.

#5 Place a Work Order
Need a repair? Complete a SchoolDude work order request.

Find the FairfieldU App in the Apple and Google Play app stores by searching for “FairfieldU.” Once downloaded there is no registration or login information required to access all of the app’s features. Students can select “current student” from the persona selection menu to ensure they receive the most pertinent and up-to-date information.

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Last modified: 02-12-21 8:45 AM

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