Welcome to the Career Center! The University Career Center serves Fairfield University students with comprehensive career support services, programming and resources. The pandemic has caused a lot of uncertainty and stress for students and, understandably, many of you have career-related questions.
For that reason, the Parents and Families webpage was specifically designed to link you to some of the most commonly requested information and facts about Fairfield University. Being a college student in today's age is a transitional experience not only for students, but for their families as well.
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You can obtain the cover letter tips handout on the Career Center’s website or Life@Fairfield. If you are planning to attend graduate/professional school, prepare for entrance tests such as the GRE, GMAT, MCAT, or LSAT. Practice for upcoming interviews using InterviewStream (fairfield.interviewstream.com).
The Career Center aspires to be an innovative and integrated unit dedicated to the personal and professional development of all students. The Center seeks to support and enhance the student experience through a comprehensive, holistic and collaborative approach committed to ensuring equal access while empowering individuals on their journey of self-discovery and lifelong learning.
The University Career Center offers events and programs for students to network and build connections with alumni such as Alumni Job Shadow, Career Fairs, Career Peer Advisor Program, Senior Seminar, and Sophomore Success.
The Career and Internship Fair is a valuable opportunity for students to network with employers and learn about a wide range of internship and employment opportunities available to Fairfield University students. With employers offering a variety of career and internships opportunities, the Career and Internship Fair offers students the perfect opportunity to explore their professional interests and launch their career.
The Fairfield University experience is one grounded in the Jesuit idea of supporting one another, and developing a community of scholars who are well-prepared to engage the world in meaningful and beneficial ways.
More than 80 percent of Fairfield University undergraduates live on campus, meaning that when you sign up for a meal plan, chances are you'll run into a few of your friends at every meal. You can choose from a variety of dining options, including deli, grill, and vegetarian options.
The Office of Academic Support and Retention serves undergraduate students who are undeclared, changing majors and/or schools, or in need of advising to help them make a successful transition to a declared program of study. The Office supports and monitors students’ academic progress, offers tutorial programs and learning support resources, and coordinates with faculty advisors, deans’ offices, and campus resources to assist students in achieving academic success. Using a holistic advising model, the Office helps students meet their academic, personal, and professional goals through comprehensive and integrated academic support services and resources.
During COVID-19 all contact will be directed to the Fairfield ISD administration office at 903-389-2532.
Any questions regarding district residency should be confirmed by calling Freestone Central Appraisal District at 903-389-5510. Copy of student's birth certificate and Social Security Card. Copy of student's immunization records (We are unable to enroll students not meeting immunization criteria.)