|American/United States Studies/Civilization||x|| || |
|Art Therapy/Therapist||x|| || |
|Art/Art Studies, General||x|| || |
|Athletic Training/Trainer||x|| || |
|Biology/Biological Sciences, General||x|| || |
|Business Administration and Management, General||x|| || |
|Child Development||x|| || |
|Communication Sciences and Disorders, General||x|| || |
|Communication, Journalism, and Related Programs, Other||x|| || |
|Computer and Information Sciences, General||x|| || |
|Computer Graphics||x|| || |
|Computer Science||x|| || |
|Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement Administration||x|| || |
|Dance, General||x|| || |
|Early Childhood Education and Teaching||x|| || |
|Education, General||x|| || |
|Elementary Education and Teaching||x|| || |
|Emergency Medical Technology/Technician (EMT Paramedic)||x|| || |
|English Language and Literature, General||x|| || |
|General Studies||x|| || |
|Health Teacher Education||x|| || |
|Health/Health Care Administration/Management||x|| || |
|History, General||x|| || |
|Kinesiology and Exercise Science||x|| || |
|Mathematics and Computer Science||x|| || |
|Mathematics, General||x|| || |
|Occupational Therapy/Therapist||x|| || |
|Parks, Recreation and Leisure Facilities Management, General||x|| || |
|Parks, Recreation and Leisure Studies||x|| || |
|Physical Education Teaching and Coaching||x|| || |
|Physical Therapy/Therapist||x|| || |
|Physician Assistant||x|| || |
|Psychology, General||x|| || |
|Rehabilitation and Therapeutic Professions, Other||x|| || |
|Secondary Education and Teaching||x|| || |
|Sociology||x|| || |
|Sport and Fitness Administration/Management||x|| || |
|Therapeutic Recreation/Recreational Therapy||x|| || |
Springfield College has 40 undergraduate majors and offers bachelor’s, master’s, and doctorate degree programs. The College is comprised of five schools: the School of Arts, Sciences, and Professional Studies; the School of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation; the School of Health Sciences and Rehabilitation Studies; the School of Human Services; and the School of Social Work. Students participate in fieldwork, internships, practicum, or other experiential learning opportunities, which lead to an advantage when they move on to careers or graduate education.
Small class sizes and dedicated and knowledgeable faculty members allow for personal attention and a comprehensive learning experience. Springfield College also offers an Academic Success Center that provides academic support to students in all programs.
With more than 100 organizations and opportunities for involvement, there is never a shortage of things to do at Springfield College. Students can join an academic interest student organization, such as the Athletic Training Club, or be part of a governing body, like the class boards. SC Dancers, Habitat for Humanity, and the Student Society for Cultural Diversity are just a few of the special interest student organizations offered at the College. Special events student organizations include the Campus Activities Board and Pre-Camp. Those interested in getting the word out can join The Springfield Student newspaper or WSCB radio station staff.
Join one of the 26 competitive Division III men’s and women’s athletic teams, or play an intramural or club sport. Fans are always welcome, too!
Facilities and Resources
The facilities at Springfield College include state-of-the-art classrooms and labs to enhance experiential learning, 10 residence halls designed to encourage a strong community feel, an award-winning Wellness & Recreation Complex with the best and latest in collegiate recreation equipment, and the Richard B. Flynn Campus Union, which is the hub for many campus activities and events.
Within these facilities are innovative resources, such as the Athletic Training/Exercise Science Room, which is a dedicated space for the research and study of all aspects of wellness and human performance, and the Medical Simulation Lab, which includes a high fidelity 3G adult and baby patient simulator mannequins that respond to treatment in the same manner as human patients.
Financial Aid / Tuition
Students are encouraged to apply for grants, loans, and student employment. Springfield College financial aid is based on need and academic achievement. The College gives full consideration to students who submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid and the Springfield College Financial Aid Application by March 15, 2014, for first-year students and May 1, 2014, for transfer students. Students not eligible for financial aid may be considered for campus employment.
Springfield College evaluates applicants on the basis of academic and personal factors. Applications for regular admission or early decision must be submitted to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions and should include a completed application form, a high school transcript, one personal reference, and SAT or ACT scores. Transfer students must also submit a transcript and a dean’s report from each college attended.
Application due dates for the 2014-15 academic year are as follows: undergraduate applications, April 1, 2014; transfer students, Aug. 1, 2014; athletic training and physical therapy programs, Dec. 1, 2014; and physician assistant and occupational therapy programs, Jan. 15, 2015.
The Springfield College admissions staff is interested in meeting each applicant and encourages candidates to visit the College.