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Affinity Clubs

All students are encouraged to learn and celebrate the wide-variety of cultural, ethnic, and identity diversity present at Fairfield. Enhancing the richness of cultural diversity through student clubs and organizations is the cornerstone of a multicultural college experience outside of the classroom. These clubs and organizations allow for students to engage with others around shared interests and identities. The Office of Student Diversity and Multicultural Affairs works closely with these clubs and organizations to provide support and leadership development. 

A club fair each fall allows students the chance to join any of the established affinity clubs and organizations, but students may form new clubs according to their interests. Students can visit each group's Life@Fairfield page to find out more information on joining.

Fairfield United

Fairfield United, under the direction of the Student Diversity and Multicultural Affairs office, represents the different multicultural, affinity, and special-interest groups at Fairfield University. This body is comprised of members from the different clubs that meet monthly to provide support and leadership development of members to appreciate their own background, interests, values, and beliefs as well as the diverse background of other student groups. In addition, Fairfield United works collaboratively with members to sponsor cultural events for underrepresented students.

Alliance: LGBTQ+ And Ally Group

Alliance is a group for LGBTQ students and allies, which exists to promote diversity and acceptance on campus. We hold weekly meetings and a number of events and activities throughout the year. We also act as an advocacy group on campus for LGBTQ students and issues.

East Asian Student Association

The purpose is to help expand the knowledge of Asian culture and promote the importance of diversity on campus among our club members, the university population, and nearby communities.

BSU: Black Student Union

The Black Student Union is a club that aims to enhance the overall experience of black students through multiple avenues including campus programming, community service, peer to peer mentoring, networking opportunities, and by providing a safe space for these students to exist at our University.

CSA: Commuter Student Association

The Commuter Student Association is an organization that supports the unique needs of our commuter students. Specific activities and events are planned that best fit the needs and schedules of our commuter students.


DEI in STEM plan to reach out to underrepresented groups, which includes but are not limited to: people of color, members and allies of the LGBTQ+ community, students with disabilities, and women and/or female-identifying students. DEI in Stem believes these students deserve a safe and constructive place to have their voices heard and their accomplishments acknowledged.

Distinguished Gentlemen

To create a better understanding of community among men of all backgrounds through discussion, service, and social events which will also form more intellectual and better men on campus as men for others. Members must be committed to justice and the betterment of the community. They will also be expected to not discriminate other members no matter their creed, color, sex, sexual orientation, or etc. As members they will be expected to dress and act appropriately at all events whether it be a service event or social event. In order to remain an active member it is crucial to attend meetings and community service events.

MSA: Muslim Student Association

The aim and purpose of the Association is to serve the best interest of Islam and of the Muslims at Fairfield. We aim to; promote unity and joint action among Muslims and non-Muslims, conduct social, cultural, religious, and other activities in the best interest of Islam, arrange and hold congregational prayers and Islamic religious festivals at appropriate times, promote friendly relations between Muslims and non-Muslims, and endeavor to make Islamic teachings known to interest Muslims and non-Muslims.

Latinx Student Union

The Latinx Student Union (LSU) strives to educate and promote the understanding and appreciation of the Latinx and Hispanic culture among club members, the Fairfield University mainstream population, and neighboring communities. LSU will be available for all Fairfield students, from all walks of life, who show interest in learning about Latinx and Hispanic culture.

Performing For Change

Performing for Change is an organization that speaks out about social injustices using spoken word, acting, poetry, singing, dancing, etc. We create original shows once or twice a year, and we are also involved in other club's events.


Remixx is Fairfield University’s Hip-Hop Dance Team. We are a diverse group of students unified by the shared love of music and dance. We believe that the combination of these two art forms can bring people joy, place an emphasis on art and encourage self-expression. In essence, we are individuals seeking to be the best versions of ourselves, and have found a space to laugh, learn, grow, and de-stress through our Remixx experience. We share our love of dance with the rest of the Fairfield community through various performances, and our annual Fall and Spring showcases.

SASA: South Asian Student Association

The mission of SASA is to increase awareness and educate the Fairfield University community about South Asian cultures. The purpose of this association is to promote and celebrate the various aspects of South Asian culture through events, fundraisers, seminars, and other social activities. SASA is open to everyone who wants to know more about South Asia, its culture, and its people.

Fuego Intenso

Fairfield University Latin & Caribbean Dance Group, where we emphasize on teaching the Fairfield Community traditional dances through fun approaches. Those who choose to are invited to dance at certain events throughout the semester!

National Society for Black Engineers

This organization strives to create a safe environment where students can prosper within their field of interest. Also, this organization seeks to provide opportunities for members to excel and learn more about the engineering community.


In Arabic, Jou’sur means “bridges,” which is what this club hopes to accomplish – bridging gaps within the Arab community and the outside world. Jou’sur seeks to provide a platform for Fairfield University’s Arab and Arab-American students. We also hope to provide multiple opportunities in the form of discussions, panels, and programs, so that non-Arab students can interact with Arab culture, norms, and politics. By providing these options for an immersive experience into Arab culture, we hope to deconstruct harmful stereotypes that pervade in the media, academia, and in overall society, while also fostering intra-Arab relations between different communities.


Barkada in Tagalog means “a group of friends,” and that is exactly what we are. In this club, our goal is to unify Fairfield students interested in Filipino culture through monthly social interactions. Members do not have to be Filipino or speak Tagalog to join.

Women of Color

The purpose of this group is to provide mentorship to current female Students of Color students at Fairfield University and discuss overall issues that pertain to them on campus including but not limited to personal, academic, and social/emotional. Ultimately we aim to provide a safe space to empower young women of color to use their voices, skills, and abilities to impact change in their lives and across campus.

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