Take your persuasive skills all the way to the corner office in Marketing Club. Get your voice heard at our student-run radio station, and re-live the past through History Club. Unite in diversity with the only rule being to pursue your passion.
At Fairfield, we have over 100 student-led clubs and organizations—ranging from honor societies to academic-focused clubs to political
and cultural clubs—where students gain first-hand experience in leadership, organizational development and management, decision-making, diversity, and event planning.
The Fairfield University Student Association is one of our most popular organizations, not only because it the represents the undergraduate student body, but because they're in charge of planning concerts, parties, and other campus-wide activities. And the Council of Student Organizations is a student-run assembly that exists to build community between these clubs. So, everything we do is for you, run by you.
To learn more about our clubs and how to get involved, visit OrgSync!
For an updated list of Clubs and Organizations on campus, visit Life@Fairfield. Below is a general list.
Fairfield University offers a number of community service programs through the campus ministry.
Fairfield University is dedicated to developing your whole person - to your intellectual, spiritual, and physical growth. Which is why we encourage participation in our 19 club sports and 25 intramural activities.
Intramural sports are an integral part of student life at Fairfield University. There are more than 25 different intramural activities, including full seasons, one day, or weekend tournaments. Separate divisions include men, women, and co-ed participation. The Intramural program is administered by student supervisors and officiated by student employees.
As the representative association of the undergraduate student body, the Fairfield University Student Association is charged with the following roles: to represent and advocate student issues, needs and concerns; to promote a diverse array of social, educational and cultural programs and initiatives; to be a valuable partner in the administrative processes of the school; to aid development of student clubs and organizations; and to govern ourselves in a manner that is both respectful of individual rights and consistent with the needs of the University and the larger community. FUSA.’s goal is to remain an association that is accessible and transparent to all students and consistent with Jesuit values.
A weekly newspaper reflecting Fairfield culture since 1977, The Mirror aims to project an independent and accurate student perspective with professional journalistic integrity. The Mirror strives to be the primary and most extensive provider of newsworthy content for the Fairfield student body and surrounding community.
WVOF is the student run radio station at Fairfield University. We broadcast 24 hours a day and our mission is to provide the Fairfield University community and local communities cultural, informative and entertaining programming. We also broadcast each and every men’s and women’s Fairfield University basketball game and carry WNPR programming courtesy of our partnership with Connecticut Public Broadcasting. If you are in the Fairfield University area listen to us on 88.5FM on your radio – if not, you can hear both of our studios anywhere in the world by clicking on the listen links.