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Contract extension for Fairfield U. President Mark Nemec

Nemec, who joined the school in 2017, led the largest capital campaign in the school’s history, exceeding an original goal of $160 million to raise a total of $218 million.

Fairfield U., Diocese of Bridgeport join in plan to offer degrees...

Current initiatives of the partnership include a program that provides full-tuition scholarships for eligible students whose family incomes is less than $50,000 a year.

Fairfield U.’s Alumni Hall demolished to make way for new Arena...

The new 85,000-square-foot, 3,500-seat facility is expected to open next year.

Leadership in a time of crisis: Fairfield U. President Mark Nemec

“This is and should be an occasion for creativity," Nemec says. "There’s a line in the movie 'Apollo 13' that I’ve always liked: ‘I don't care about what anything was DESIGNED to do, I care about what it CAN do'."

COVID-19 CRISIS: Lamont issues exec order to limit public gatherings to...

The Connecticut Department of Public Health (DPH) State Laboratory has identified three additional presumptive positive cases of COVID-19, Gov Ned Lamont announced today. To...

COVID-19 CRISIS: Stamford, Greenwich Hospital patients test positive; more schools closing

Along with Sacred Heart University, which moved classes online earlier this week, the schools cautioned that there are no known or suspected cases of COVID-19, nor anyone with symptoms requiring action, on their campuses.

Fairfield University to build $45 million sports arena

The center will host the university’s Division I basketball and volleyball programs, Fairfield Prep’s basketball team, and concerts and special events.

Fairfield University growing in enrollment, financing, physical growth

University leadership has worked to increase Fairfield’s national scope, achieving a record number of Class of 2022 students from outside the Northeast.

Capital campaign exceeds expectations at Fairfield University

Fairfield University President Mark Nemec doesn’t want to say that the money keeps rolling in at the school — but he has little choice.