The Dolan School views practical experience as an important part of the academic program. The School guarantees an internship to every qualified junior or senior.
The Professional Development Series consists of events and workshops designed to supplement a student's academic development throughout their four years at Fairfield and provide a structured forum for students to gain the necessary knowledge, skills, and networking strategies to leverage their business education into a productive career.
The Dolan School of Business Sophomore Symposium, offered during the fall and spring semesters, provides students with the necessary resources to successfully navigate their college career.
The Business Education Simulation and Trading (BEST) Classroom is a resource room available for students to utilize to supplement their coursework. The classroom (DSB 114) is equipped with a stock ticker and a data wall displaying real time quotes and 34 workstations loaded with software.
Fairfield University’s StartUp Competition is a University-wide business plan competition where student entrepreneurs spend the academic year developing a business plan for a product or service in an attempt to win prizes totaling $20,000 to develop their businesses.
Ross Riskin '12 is an accounting and finance double major.
Vincent Camporeal '12 graduated with a degree in information systems and operations management
Peter Otoki '08 graduated from the Dolan School with a degree in international business
Jennifer Stucko '09 double majored in finance and marketing
Emmanuel Ephie '10 double majored in accounting and finance at the Dolan School