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Press Releases

Find current and past press releases from the Department of Media Relations at Fairfield University. Media Relations can be reached by phone at (203) 254-4000, ext. 2726 or fax at (203) 254-4221. Our mailing address is: Media Relations, Fairfield University, Bellarmine Hall, Fairfield, CT 06824.

October 2021

September 2021

Fairfield Rises in Wall Street Journal-Times Higher Education 2022 College Ranking

Rising to #190 this year, Fairfield is ranked among the Top 25% of colleges and universities in the nation, and among the Top 15% for Engagement.

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Fairfield University Furthers Partnership with Diocese of Bridgeport with Multi-Pathway Approach to Educational Access

As part of the University’s strategic partnership with the Diocese, “Pathways to Higher Learning,” plans include offering an associate degree in an effort to extend greater access to higher education in the surrounding Bridgeport community.

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Fairfield Launches Full-Tuition Scholarship Program for Jesuit and Cristo Rey High School Students

The new enrollment initiative will provide up to a dozen four-year, full tuition grants to low-income students from diverse backgrounds.

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Daniel Pearl World Music Days Concert: “Girls in Trouble: Songs about the Complicated Lives of Biblical Women”

This virtual concert is part of the annual Daniel Pearl World Music Days Concert series, and is sponsored by Fairfield University’s Bennett Center for Judaic Studies.


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Fairfield Ranked Among Nation’s Best Colleges by U.S. News and World Report

The University’s innovative and nationally ranked programs continue to attract applications from exceptional candidates, including members of the incoming Class of 2025 which has made history as Fairfield’s largest and academically strongest.

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