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  • Course Offerings | Springfield College
    Graduate Admissions Transfer Admissions Professional and Continuing Studies Admissions Social Work Admissions International Studies Financial Aid Student Ambassadors Academics Academic Programs Academics Undergraduate Programs Graduate Programs Academic Advising Academic Success Center Babson Library Internships Explore Our Schools Arts Sciences and Professional Studies Health Physical Education and Recreation Health Sciences and Rehabilitation Studies Professional and Continuing Studies Social Work Application Forms Online Inquiry Application Freshman Application Transfer Application Graduate Student Life Student Life Academic Success Center Babson Library Campus Recreation Career Center Counseling Center Dean of Students Dining Services Health Center Multicultural Affairs Offices and Services Parents Families Public Safety Residence Life Richard B Flynn Campus Union Staff Directory Student Activities Student Government Association Student Volunteer Programs Spiritual Life SC Alert Title IX Veterans Resources Athletics News Search Springfield College Submit Alumni Faculty Staff Current Students Prospective Students Give to Springfield College Directions Directory PrideNET Office of the Registrar Course Offerings Section Menu Registrar Office of the Registrar Registrar s Hours and Contact Information Academic Calendars College Catalogs Ordering Unofficial Transcripts Ordering Official Transcripts Diplomas Requesting Degree and Enrollment Verification Information Downloadable Forms Course Offerings Undergraduate Sequencing Guides Final Exam Schedule Course Offerings View Intersession 2016 course offerings View Spring 2016

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  • East Campus | Springfield College
    Services Health Center Multicultural Affairs Offices and Services Parents Families Public Safety Residence Life Richard B Flynn Campus Union Staff Directory Student Activities Student Government Association Student Volunteer Programs Spiritual Life SC Alert Title IX Veterans Resources Athletics News Search Springfield College Submit Alumni Faculty Staff Current Students Prospective Students Give to Springfield College Directions Directory PrideNET East Campus Section Menu East Campus East Campus Staff Facilities Programs Business Information Driving Directions Directions to East Campus Camp Massasoit and the Child Development Center Camp Massasoit Outdoor Pursuits Spring Explorers East Campus East Campus Outdoor Learning Center Outdoor adventure programs have become one of today s most valuable resources for team building managerial training and goal oriented growth Despite being a large city Springfield is home to an exceptional outdoor learning center and some pretty great people too Our Mission The mission of East Campus Outdoor Learning Center is to support the programs of Springfield College through purposefully designed experiential learning opportunities in an out of doors setting with educational recreation business and therapeutic groups How We Started Founded in 1885 as a training school for YMCA executives Springfield College has deep roots and a rich history of leadership in experiential education The Springfield College East Campus Outdoor Learning Center for adventure based training and development originally established in 1930 was developed specifically to integrate the advantages of outdoor recreation individual and group leadership adventure training and focused human development What We Do Our well trained staff organizes and constructs experiential activities to support the unique goals of each program while reflecting the Humanics philosophy of Springfield College Humanics hyoo man iks pl n 1 Education of the whole person spirit mind body for leadership in service to others 2 Guiding philosophy of Springfield College What We Have 82 acres of

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  • 17th Annual Humanics in Action Day | Springfield College
    Inquiry Application Freshman Application Transfer Application Graduate Student Life Student Life Academic Success Center Babson Library Campus Recreation Career Center Counseling Center Dean of Students Dining Services Health Center Multicultural Affairs Offices and Services Parents Families Public Safety Residence Life Richard B Flynn Campus Union Staff Directory Student Activities Student Government Association Student Volunteer Programs Spiritual Life SC Alert Title IX Veterans Resources Athletics News Search Springfield College Submit Alumni Faculty Staff Current Students Prospective Students Give to Springfield College Directions Directory PrideNET 17th Annual Humanics in Action Day Humanics in Action Day 2015 Tuesday September 29 9am Volunteers meet at Blake Track 10am 12 30pm Community Service Projects 1 2 30pm Picnic and Festivities at Blake Track 2014 17th Annual Humanics in Action Day Taken from ABC 40 Tuesday Sept 23 2014 Springfield College President Mary Beth Cooper addressed nearly 2 000 of her students today before heading out to their various community improvement jobs Cooper says that other area schools perform similar days during there orientations but she feels waiting until a few weeks into the school year lets them form bonds with other students to volunteer in groups with friends Read more Taken from The Caledonian Record Monday Sept 22 2014 Springfield College and the School of Human Services in St Johnsonbury celebrated Humanics in Action Day on Sept 12 with faculty and staff performing a day of community service at the St Johnsbury Forest Participating in Humanics in Action Day are from left John Cipora Diane Raymond Priscilla Hutchins Jen Grant Ann Traverso Moore and Darlene Young Approximately 2 000 Springfield College students faculty staff and alumni took part in the 17th annual Humanics in Action Day on Tuesday Sept 23 a day of community service throughout the city of Springfield Read more 2014 Humanics in

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  • Human Resources | Springfield College
    Professional and Continuing Studies Social Work Application Forms Online Inquiry Application Freshman Application Transfer Application Graduate Student Life Student Life Academic Success Center Babson Library Campus Recreation Career Center Counseling Center Dean of Students Dining Services Health Center Multicultural Affairs Offices and Services Parents Families Public Safety Residence Life Richard B Flynn Campus Union Staff Directory Student Activities Student Government Association Student Volunteer Programs Spiritual Life SC Alert Title IX Veterans Resources Athletics News Search Springfield College Submit Alumni Faculty Staff Current Students Prospective Students Give to Springfield College Directions Directory PrideNET Human Resources Section Menu Human Resources Human Resources Employment at Springfield College Human Resources Forms College Policies Holiday Schedule Employee Committees Who s Who in HR Benefit Providers Federal and State Postings Title IX Security Fire Safety Report Notice of Non Discrimination Human Resources To support the mission and goals of Springfield College the Office of Human Resources works with employees and job applicants to assist in all aspects of employment at Springfield College including but not limited to employment opportunities classification and compensation employee relations training and development benefits and payroll The Office of Human Resources staff members are available to provide assistance with the interpretation of

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  • Office of Communications | Springfield College
    Life Student Life Academic Success Center Babson Library Campus Recreation Career Center Counseling Center Dean of Students Dining Services Health Center Multicultural Affairs Offices and Services Parents Families Public Safety Residence Life Richard B Flynn Campus Union Staff Directory Student Activities Student Government Association Student Volunteer Programs Spiritual Life SC Alert Title IX Veterans Resources Athletics News Search Springfield College Submit Alumni Faculty Staff Current Students Prospective Students Give to Springfield College Directions Directory PrideNET Office of Communications Section Menu Marketing and Communications Communications Start Your Project FAQs Social Media Publications Triangle Magazine Massasoit Monthly Branding Guidelines Staff Editorial Style Guide Office of Communications The Office of Communications the central communications organization of Springfield College promotes and safeguards the image and reputation of the institution and all of its schools departments programs and centers We are responsible for the development and maintenance of the College s brand messaging Web identity graphic standards publications photography media relations and internal communications We actively build and maintain strong long term relationships with clients and partners both internally across the institution and externally to develop communication and marketing strategies in support of the College s mission and strategic initiatives We are a group of talented professionals and student employees who write and share stories develop and build websites create and design publications and strategically manage the reputation of Springfield College Our work includes the following areas Marketing communication College communication Internal communication Strategic communication Web communication Crisis communication Executive communication Public relations Media relations College advertising Social media communication Branding Who We Are Learn more about our office staff and what we each do Start Your Project The Office of Communications reserves the right to make changes additions and deletions to any portion of the site or to any part of a print or

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  • Massasoit Monthly | Springfield College
    Community Celebrates Martin Luther King Jr Together with several community organizations Springfield College celebrated Martin Luther King Jr Day in downtown Springfield Vice President for Inclusion and Community Engagement Calvin Hill and students from the dance major participated in the event which featured music dance and spoken word Springfield College Highlighted in James Naismith Audio You know basketball was born here but now you can hear the sport s inventor James Naismith Class of 1891 say so In a newly discovered audio recording Naismith speaks of the first organized basketball game played 125 years ago at Springfield College Plans for Community Engagement Center Under Way A community engagement center is coming soon to Springfield College A team of staff and students are working to develop a plan for the center which will be located at the Holy Family Rectory Planning is in its early stages with ideas including an exchange center for clothing books and other items and possible space for tutoring and workshops ATHLETICS 2016 Athletic Hall of Fame Class Announced The 2016 Athletic Hall of Fame Class is here Honorees will be inducted during the 2016 Athletic Hall of Fame event April 8 9 The five individuals include Joe Cervino 71 Kathy Mangano 86 G 88 Michelle Scecina 97 G 01 Bill Sullivan 59 G 63 and Derek Yvon 07 Men s Volleyball Ranked First in National Poll The men s volleyball program began 2016 as the top ranked team in the country according to the 2016 AVCA Division III Men s Preseason Top 15 Coaches Poll Women s Basketball Earns Third consecutive Victory Behind 16 points 14 rebounds and six assists from senior forward Emily Gins Fort Myers Fla the women s basketball program defeated MCLA 73 52 on Jan 25 in Blake Arena Men s Basketball Runs Away From WNEU The men s basketball team used a 29 9 run midway through the second half to ease past cross town rival Western New England 77 61 in non conference action on Jan 25 Najuch Picks Up First Career Win in Women s Gymnastics Season Opener In her first meet at the helm of the Springfield College women s gymnastics program head coach Jenn Najuch and the Pride defeated Rhode Island College 182 850 176 100 on Jan 9 in Blake Arena Zirna Highlights West Point Open Finals Jon Zirna East Amherst N Y re established his school record on the parallel bars to highlight the individual finals at the West Point Open on Jan 16 for the men s gymnastics team Wrestling Finishes Sixth in New England Championship The wrestling team competed in the 2016 New England Wrestling Association Dual Championship at Bridgewater State on Jan 23 The Pride entered the championship as the fifth seed and finished sixth out of 14 teams after defeating Bridgewater State and Norwich while falling to Wesleyan and WPI McCardell Leads Women s Track and Field to Title First year student Brooke McCardell Kirkwood Pa broke the school record in

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  • News and Events | Springfield College
    undergraduates in two English courses British Literature I where they will study The Gest of Robin Hood an early version of the outlaw tale and History of the English Language course where they will discuss Language Judgments Whose English is Best As part of the William Simpson Fine Arts Series assistant professor Paul Thifault served as a discussion panelist following a screening of the PBS Frontline documentary Kind Hearted Woman on Oct 2 6 Moderated by Jody Santos documentary f ilmmaker and associate professor of communications the panel included Joyce Vincent of UMass Amherst and the film s director David Sutherland Associate professor and fiction writer Justine Dymond read at the Greenfield Spoken Word Festival on Oct 25 Assistant professor Anne Wheeler organized the College wide participation in NCTE s National Day on Writing This event which Springfield College celebrated for the first time this year recognizes the importance of writing nationwide and its impact on our communities On Oct 14 professor Becky Lartigue and alumna Alanna Grady 15 participated in Springfield Stories a night of storytelling to celebrate the city of Springfield held at the Bing Arts Center Lartigue organized the event with funding from a 2015 Springfield Cultural Council Grant a local affiliate of the Massachusetts Cultural Council A recording of the evening s live program can be accessed here Professor Missy Marie Montgomery attended the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association conference in Santa Fe N M from Oct 8 11 to present Responding to Student Writing The presentation was adapted from her book chapter First Year Students Perception and Interpretation of Teacher Response to Their Writing which appears in Beyond the Frontier Innovations in First Year Composition published by Cambridge Scholars in 2015 On Oct 8 professors Paul Thifault and Becky Lartigue presented More than Smoke Signals Sherman Alexie s Works and World at the Mason Square Branch of the Springfield City Libraries Librarians educators and community members gathered to discuss the works of Sherman Alexie in advance of his visit to campus for the Arts and Humanities Speakers Series As part of the American Library Association s annual Banned Books Week members of Sigma Tau Delta faculty administrators and staff gathered in the Academic Commons at Babson Library for a Read In of books that been challenged for their subject matter and themes Banned Books Week raises awareness about community challenges to books and creates dialogue around the importance of reading these books Professor Paul Thifault s article Catholic Indian Crossings in Hobomok and Hope Leslie which examines early tales of interracial marriage between white settlers and Native Americans appears in the 2015 issue of the annual journal Literature in the Early American Republic Professor Paul Thifault became managing editor of Studies in American Fiction Johns Hopkins University Press the only major scholarly journal devoted exclusively to American fiction Essays in the Fall 2015 issue reconsider important works of literature from timely perspectives including environmentalism book banning and economic policy La Hierba a poem by English

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  • Educator Prep and Licensure | Springfield College
    Studies Social Work Application Forms Online Inquiry Application Freshman Application Transfer Application Graduate Student Life Student Life Academic Success Center Babson Library Campus Recreation Career Center Counseling Center Dean of Students Dining Services Health Center Multicultural Affairs Offices and Services Parents Families Public Safety Residence Life Richard B Flynn Campus Union Staff Directory Student Activities Student Government Association Student Volunteer Programs Spiritual Life SC Alert Title IX Veterans Resources Athletics News Search Springfield College Submit Alumni Faculty Staff Current Students Prospective Students Give to Springfield College Directions Directory PrideNET Educator Prep and Licensure Section Menu Educator Prep and Licensure Educator Prep and Licensure Teaching and Counseling Programs Standards for Educator Preparation Programs Undergraduate Programs Graduate Educator Preparation Handbooks Practica Applications and Process Practicum Resources and Forms Educator Prep and Licensure Teacher Education at Springfield College Springfield College offers numerous educator preparation programs At the undergraduate level we have teacher preparation programs in physical education health elementary special education leading to teacher of students with moderate disabilities license early childhood biology English history mathematics and visual art At the graduate level we offer all of the above mentioned teacher preparation programs as well as chemistry earth science political science school guidance and school adjustment counselor Over the years we have prepared hundreds of quality educators The staff in the Office of Educator Preparation and Licensure serves all students pursuing educator licensure certification Whether seeking a teaching or counseling license as an undergraduate or graduate student you will find the Office of Educator Preparation and Licensure has the answers to many of your questions We invite you to stop by 209 Administration Building and introduce yourself Springfield College offers ten teacher preparation programs at the undergraduate level and 15 teaching and counseling licensure programs at the graduate level Read the complete list

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