Community Engagement

Advisory Board

The College of Arts and Sciences Board of Advisors was launched in Spring 2005 and consists of an array of distinguished professionals with interests in the work of the College.

Community Partnerships

Community partners play a vital role in supporting student learning through participation in service and civic engagement. Fairfield University strives to continually strengthen our relationships with community organizations and to work toward establishing mutually beneficial partnerships. Community partners benefit from the skills, compassion, and commitment of our students, faculty, and staff who, in turn, benefit from the experience and expertise of the community. Learn more about how community organizations can partner with Fairfield University through service learning, internships, work-study, and volunteering.

Ways you can participate

  1. I am a member of the University community who volunteers at a community organization
  2. Fairfield University involvement in the City of Bridgeport

In the Spotlight

Ellen Carter
Outreach Advocate

Connecticut Association for Human Services
Hartford, Connecticut

"Professor Weiden's tax class provided a unique way for accounting students to use their skills to become engaged in the surrounding community. Our group found their eager attitudes and expertise invaluable during tax season. We always look forward to working with Fairfield University students."

Internships

Read about internships through Fairfield University and see who to contact if your organization would like to set up a new internship position with a department in the College of Arts and Sciences.

Arts & Minds

One of the University's most important aspirations is to serve as a center of cultural enrichment for the broader community. We want to host the most innovative and exciting performers from the world of dance, music, and theatre, and be a place where the encounters with their remarkable talents are shared among the campus community and our friends and neighbors. We also hope to serve as a place where the most pressing issues of our time may be presented for reflection and discussion. To learn more please visit The Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts website.

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