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Fairfield University

Breakdown of “Extracurricular Activities” at Fairfield

By Gender
By Major
Business - Management and AdministrationB+
Computer EngineeringC
Computer ScienceC
Engineering DepartmentB-
History/Histories (art history/etc.)B+
Mechanical EngineeringB
Music - PerformanceF
Political ScienceB
PreMed and MedicalA+
PreVet and VeterinaryB-

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Extracurricular Activities

... Furthermore, the LGBTQ community isn't very visible on campus, though there has been a lot of support and activities regarding sexuality this pas...Read full comment
... The sports teams could be better, but the night life makes up for it ...Read full comment
... Since we do not have frats here many of the sports teams have houses at the beach and those are like frats and make up for the lack of greek lif...Read full comment
... The extracurriculars kind of suck at Fairfield, and the gym is pretty bad too ...Read full comment
... Most students have a lot of Stag pride, and are involved in a ton of clubs and activities; it is not a bland or uninvolved campus by any means .....Read full comment
... Our sports are D1, yet they are all on the lower end of the D1 teams ...Read full comment
... I was an average B student in high school, and was involved in some extra curricular activities but not that much, but when they saw me, my grade...Read full comment
... Nigh activities, classes with people on your floor, 'late nights,' and other activities that are actually pretty cool ...Read full comment
... It is most difficult for freshman guys to go out to seniors parties unless you are on a sports team ...Read full comment
... The classes are easy, the profs are very good and the sports are...Read full comment
... The division one sports are good and the games are fun to attend ...Read full comment
... Since we do not have frats here many of the sports teams have houses at the beach and those are like frats and make up for the lack of greek lif...Read full comment
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