4 Things to Know Before your Fairfield University Campus Tour

4 Things to Know Before your Fairfield University Campus Tour

Stag Country is officially open for in-person campus tours and we can’t wait to meet you! Before you and your families join us on campus, discover the four things you need to know upon planning your upcoming Fairfield University visit:

1.  There’s Safety in Stag Country

Wear Your Mask!
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First and foremost, we want our visitors to feel at ease during their in-person visit. In addition to following social distancing protocols, all campus visitors will be required to wear a face mask for extra protection. The Kelley Center and Gonzaga Hall are two stops along your visit that have ample hand sanitizer for visitors to use.

2.  You’ll Learn and Live the Fairfield Experience

Be a Stag for a Day!
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Your visit will start with an information session with an admissions counselor and is followed by a 60-minute campus tour with a student tour ambassador. Through this two-part experience, you’re able to ask questions, see the campus, and enjoy a day in Stag Country that is uniquely your own.

3.  Registration is a Breeze

Don't Forget to Sign Up!
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While we are so excited to welcome prospective students and their families to campus, we are careful to not exceed capacity on tour days. Don’t forget to register for your visit in advance to guarantee access at your desired date and time.

4.  We’re in the Palm of your Hand – Literally!

Take a Campus Photo!
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By following and engaging with us on social media, you might come across a campus building, student club or organization, academic program, or Fairfield tradition you want to learn more about on your visit. Get familiar with all things Fairfield and come ready with your list of questions!

Once you’re in Stag Country, you can tag Fairfield University and Fairfield Admission in your campus photos to share your favorite part of the tour with us!

Are you ready to discover the Fairfield experience?

Last Modified: 11-16-2020 04:02 PM

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