Who We Are
The Fairfield University Student Association (FUSA) is recognized as the official governing association of the 4,000+ full & part-time undergraduate students of Fairfield University.
For 75+ years, FUSA has been advocating for and supporting the growth and development of a strong student-driven and student-focused campus culture, where students of all backgrounds and belief systems work together to improve the undergraduate student experience for current and future generations of Stags.
As all full-time and part-time undergraduate students are members of FUSA, they are able to take advantage of all FUSA has to off, which include:
Traditional, Late Night, Multicultural, Recreational, and Class Specific programming throughout the year including:
Presidential Ball, the fall concert, activities fair, Broadway shows, off-campus excursions and more!
Financial management, event planning, marketing assistance, and organizational support and development of our 100+ recognized student organizations and 300+ club leaders.
Opportunities to make your voice and opinion heard via open forums, open dialogues, general senate meetings, and FUSA initiatives surveys.
A dedication of fostering a diverse and inclusive campus culture where everyone is welcome and able to take advantage of all that Fairfield has to offer.
Representation on Faculty & University-wide committees, including regular communication with the Office of the President and the Fairfield University Board of Trustees.
Click Here for the FUSA Constitution
For more information on FUSA and its events, please visit Life@Fairfield.
PRESIDENT AND VICE PRESIDENT
Get to Know Us
Minor: Biochemistry, Health Studies, Peace and Justice Studies
Hometown: Kensington, MD
Why did you become more involved in FUSA?: To get others more involved in FUSA through student elections. We all have the chance to shape the student experience at Fairfield.
Expectations for the Year: To represent the student body to the best of my ability.
Minor: Economics and Psychology
Hometown: Prospect, CT
Why did you become more involved in FUSA?: I wanted to enact positive change at Fairfield to help improve the lives of students so I ran for FUSA Senate.
Expectations for the Year: To listen to the students and advocate for them.