Book Club creates a space and a community for students who are interested in literature of any kind. We want to appeal to anyone who has a passion for learning and would like to share that passion with others. We meet biweekly to discuss the books we are reading. Books are chosen based on whatever the group wants to read!
To join visit their Life@Fairfield page: https://fairfield.campuslabs.com/engage/organization/bookclub
Fairfield University Student Association (FUSA) Book Club
Honor’s Social Justice Book Club
The Honors Social Justice Book Club strives to serve as an "idea lab environment" where students can educate themselves and each other through reading and discussing books pertaining to social justice issues. Through reading these books and engaging in intellectual conversations regarding social justice, the club hopes to inspire honors students to create a more antiracist environment on campus as well as in the greater Fairfield community.
FOR STAFF & FACULTY:
Diversity Equity and Inclusion Book Club
The purpose of the club is to bring staff and faculty together from all areas of our university community to expand participants' capacity, awareness, and understanding of diversity equity and inclusion. We seek to promote cultural humility while unconditionally welcoming, respecting, and valuing all members of the university community.
If you are interested in joining the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion book club please contact Pejay Lucky, Director of Student Diversity and Multicultural Affairs
FOR THE COMMUNITY:
Jesuit Book Club
The Society of Jesus’ Jesuit Book Club
See the Public Libraries tab. Many public libraries offer reading groups too!