Fairfield Hall
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FAIRFIELD HALL
Midtown campus

Fairfield Hall was, until recently, WestConn's only all-female residence hall. Built in 1917, the hall then accommodated 84 students; in 1957, the facility was renovated and 46 units were added. Following a major renovation in 2008, the 34,000 square-foot Fairfield has become a coeducational residence hall, housing several lounges and study areas. The building provides cable TV and both hard-wired and wireless internet access. The building also contains a laundry facility, vending machines and an information desk.

One of the building’s most distinguishing features is the cupola atop the building, which is featured in the university’s logo.

FAIRFIELD HALL FEATURES
  • coeducational residence hall
  • several lounge and study areas furnished with cable television and internet access.
  • laundry facility
  • vending machines
  • information desk.