The Buildings of Fairfield University

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The Buildings of Fairfield University

The lower southwest Campus

The top of Round Hill



Berchmans & Xavier

Our 50 buildings
  • 10 original buildings are numbered I through X
  • 22 university buildings were later constructed
  • 2 others not part of the University were built:
  • St. Ignatius and The Center for Financial Studies
  • 15 townhouses plus one private home,(Chardin)


The 10 original buildings are:
  1. McAuliffe Hall (Jennings mansion -1896)
  2. Robert Bellarmine Hall (Lashar mansion - 1921)
  3. Robert Southwell Hall (Sturges' lodge pre-1920)
  4. Maintenance barn(1922)
  5. Playhouse (1922)
  6. {St. Robert's Jesuit Residence} (pre 1920)
  7. Harrison house
  8. - 10 Dolan Commons (3 buildings) (1928)

Bellarmine
The 24 buildings built after 1942 (including
St. Ignatius # 17 and Financial center # 19) are:

#1 John Berchmans Hall (1947)
#2 Francis Xavier Hall (1948)
#3 Ignatius Loyola Hall (1955)
#4 Peter Canisius Hall (1957)
#5 Aloysius Gonzaga Hall (1957)
#6 Alumni Hall (Gym 1959)
#7 Edmund Campion Hall (1964)
#8 John Francis Regis Hall (1965)
#9 Barone Campus Center (1966)
#10 Isaac Jogues Hall (1968)
#11 Nyselius Library (1968)
#12 Central Utility Facility (1970)
#13 Bannow Science Center (1970)
#14 Stanislaus Kostka Hall (1971)
#15 Peter Claver Hall (1972)
#16 Nursing (1977)
#17 {St. Ignatius Jesuit Residence} (1977)
#18 Recreational Complex (1979)
#19 {Center for Financial Studies} (1979)
now The Charles F. Dolan School of Business
#20 Carmen Donnarumma Hall (1981)

Townhouses #1-7 (1982)
Townhouses #8-10 (1984)
Townhouses #10-15 (1987)

#21 Quick Center for the Arts (1989)
#22 Egan/Loyola Chapel (1990)
#23 Locker Building (1995)
#24 The Levee (1995)




Map of the campus


Fairfield University's Ur-history
Fairfield University's Early Struggles
Fairfield University's Growth from 1945-1965
Fairfield University's Growth from 1965-1995

Also more information about Fairfield University is found in the book:
Why are Fairfield University's Buildings named after Dead Jesuits?

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