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  • Sports Biology | Springfield College
    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 Academic Programs Biology Chemistry Sports Biology Section Menu Biology Chemistry Department Biology Chemistry Biology Sports Biology Minors Dr Britton C and Lucile McCabe Lecture Series Faculty Where Do Our Graduates Go from Here Premedical Scholars Program Beta Beta Beta Beta Beta Beta is the National Biology Honor Society To learn more visit tri beta org Sports Biology This preprofessional program educates students in sports biology and prepares them for acceptance to health professions and graduate schools as well as leadership roles in new careers in sports science and sports medicine The program represents an expansion of the science program which has a history of successfully placing students in health professions and graduate schools In view of the reputation of the College in sports and the success the preprofessional science program has enjoyed the program which combines

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/academic-programs/biology-chemistry-department/sports-biology (2016-02-15)
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  • The Undeclared Major | Springfield College
    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 Academic Advising The Undeclared Major Section Menu Academic Advising Academic Advising The Undeclared Major Track Information Contact The Undeclared Major Students in the undeclared major have the opportunity to explore various academic and personal interests as well as career options until they have a better understanding of some of the fields that interest them The undeclared major at Springfield College gives students a home before declaring a permanent major Through the First Year Seminar Building Community and Success a required course for undeclared students students learn how to apply active learning strategies for academic success engage in major and career exploration and gain an appreciation for service and leadership Working with specially trained advisors students will go through a process of exploration and decision making that will help them to make an informed decision about the academic program

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/academic-advising/the-undeclared-major (2016-02-15)
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  • Career Outcomes | Springfield College
    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 Student Life Welcome to the Career Center Career Outcomes Section Menu Career Center Welcome to the Career Center Students Employers Alumni Parents Faculty Career Outcomes Events Videos About the Career Center Job Connect Career Outcomes Springfield College is known for the guiding principles of its Humanics philosophy and its mission of educating students in spirit mind and body for leadership in service to others With more than 40 areas of study ranging from health sciences human services sport management movement studies education business and the arts and sciences Springfield College provides a well balanced educational experience that promotes experiential learning Located in scenic western Massachusetts the College is ranked in the top tier of the Best Regional Universities North Region in the 2016 edition of U S News World Report More than 5 100 traditional nontraditional and international students study at its main campus in Springfield Mass and at its regional campuses across the country Springfield College graduates primarily pursue employment or graduate school after leaving the institution A small percent of graduates reported that they are still seeking employment The Springfield College Career Center will continue to assist these individuals as lifetime services are available to the College s alumni Overall Data 2014 15 Bachelor s Degree Recipients Employed 46 percent Enrolled in graduate school 50 percent Career outcome rate 96 percent 2014 15 Master s and Doctorate Recipients Employed 90 percent Enrolled in graduate school 7 percent Career outcome rate 97 percent includes 4 percent other category Post Graduation Survey Knowledge Rate 2015 Bachelor s degree 77 percent Master s doctoral degree 70 percent 2014 Bachelor s degree 70 percent Master s

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/student-life/career-center/career-outcomes (2016-02-15)
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  • Community Engagement | Springfield College
    mission of educating young people in spirit mind and body for leadership in service to others has included community service To be part of and not apart from the College s surrounding community complements classroom learning and provides our students with real world opportunities to experience doing the kinds of things they might do professionally Community service is not just an extracurricular activity at the College It is integrated into the curriculum through internships at schools and nonprofit agencies and put into action through campus wide initiatives such as Humanics in Action Day and service oriented clubs By working with the city its community organizations and their leaders the College provides the necessary support that ensures the growth and development so crucial to the future of the City of Springfield and its neighboring communities Points of Community Pride Springfield College ranks among the top in the nation s private colleges that allocate federal funds to community service placements Each year our internships place more than 700 students at various organizations throughout the community at a value of more than 2 100 000 annually Jostens NADIIIAA NCAA awarded its Community Service Award of Merit to Springfield College for student athlete participation in community projects Springfield College was named to the Saviors of Our Cities list of the 25 best neighbor urban colleges in the nation as a college that has dramatically strengthened the economy and quality of life in its community by careful strategic planning and thoughtful use of resources The College s AmeriCorps program enables students to address unmet needs of the community Each year students dedicate thousands of hours to coaching and counseling Springfield area children and families A proclamation presented by the Springfield City Council recognized Springfield College for making the City of Springfield a better place to

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/inclusion-and-community-engagement/community-engagement (2016-02-15)
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  • Clinical Services | Springfield College
    Doctor of Physical Therapy Dual Degree Doctor of Physical Therapy DPT Program Faculty and Staff Admissions FAQs Facilities Clinical Experiences Clinical Services Clinical Services The Department of Physical Therapy has two exercise groups for community members These groups are run as a community service and as a part of our clinical program for students in our doctor of physical therapy program Each group is structured to have faculty directors who supervise and direct every group have intimate familiarity the status and needs of each community member as well as with the knowledge skills and expectations for student performance Whether students are providing assistance with established treatment programs or conducting ongoing examination and intervention planning the faculty directors tailor activities to meet both individual group member and student needs The Springfield College Stroke Exercise Group The Springfield College Stroke Exercise Group offers a twice weekly exercise and training program for up to 12 community members living with chronic effects of stroke The stroke exercise group is run as an integrated academic clinical experience Community participants attend two sessions per week for eight 10 weeks in each academic semester The participants are joined by students who provide one on one assistance with exercises and activities intended to help community participants maintain and improve flexibility strength endurance balance and walking ability The stroke exercise group was developed and is directed by Regina Kaufman PT Ed D NCS professor of physical therapy and Kimberly Nowakowski PT M S GCS assistant professor of physical therapy For further information contact Dr Kaufman by email or through the department at 413 748 3590 Click here to e mail Dr Regina Kaufman The Springfield College Hip Exercise Group The Springfield College Hip Exercise Group offers a group exercise format for people who have completed their standard post operative

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/academic-programs/physical-therapy/clinical-services (2016-02-15)
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  • Student Service Clubs | Springfield College
    Annual Service Events First year Student Programs Student Service Clubs Mentoring and Tutoring Programs Service and Volunteer Opportunities Alternative Break Trips Resources and Links Staff Student Service Clubs Please click one of the student led service social justice organization links from the list below to jump to that section of the page Best Buddies Environmental Club Habitat for Humanity Newman Community Springfield College Outreach Committee SCOC Students Against Violence Everywhere Together Campaign Best Buddies Springfield College students work with community members with mental disabilities in a one to one friendship Students not only develop long lasting friendships they truly make a difference in the lives of their buddies For more information contact the Office of Student Activities at 748 3141 Environmental Club The mission and purpose of the Environmental Club is to make a difference for future generations of people plants and animals to live love and prosper The club is currently focuses on raising awareness of issues concerning our world and promoting an on campus recycling program For more information contact the Office of Student Activities at 748 3141 Habitat for Humanity The Springfield College Habitat for Humanity Chapter works with the Greater Springfield Habitat affiliate to raise funds build houses and provide support to assist low income individuals who live in substandard housing with owning their own home For more information contact the Office of Student Activities at 748 3141 Newman Community A Catholic based student group focused on fellowship and service The Newman Community participates in weekly service activities with a local soup kitchen and food pantry as well as organizing two service trips each year For more information contact the Office of Spiritual Life at 748 3209 Springfield College Outreach Committee SCOC The Springfield College Outreach Committee SCOC offers an opportunity for Springfield College students to

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/student-life/student-volunteer-programs/student-service-clubs (2016-02-15)
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  • Campus Locations | Springfield College
    Pell Grants Other Grants FSEOG Scholarship Opportunities Federal Eligibility Enrollment Impacts on Eligibility Entrance Counseling Student Loan Deferments YMCA Matching Scholarships My Financial Aid Award Fiscal Facts About Us Who We Are About Us Who We Are Top 10 Reasons Mission Accreditation Collaborations Partnerships and Affiliations Alumni Profiles Directory Social Media News School of Professional and Continuing Studies Campus Locations Campus Locations The Springfield College School of School of Professional and Continuing Studies offers classes at 10 regional campuses To find out more about the locations go to Boston Mass Visit Information Sessions Keith Moore Assistant Director for Admissions and Recruitment Springfield College The Schrafft Center 529 Main Street Suite 1M4 Boston MA 02129 866 272 9056 Charleston S C Visit Information Sessions Katherine Whitaker Springfield College 4390 Belle Oaks Drive Suite 200 North Charleston SC 29405 866 272 6004 Houston Texas Visit Information Sessions Bobbie DeGrate Assistant Director for Admissions and Recruitment Springfield College 2122 E Governors Circle Houston TX 77092 866 252 8801 Manchester N H Visit Information Sessions Crystal Thompson Springfield College 500 Commercial Street Manchester NH 03101 1151 800 727 0504 Milwaukee Wis Visit Information Sessions Rosalinda Ortega Assistant Director for Admissions and Recruitment Springfield College Tannery Business Center 700 W Virginia St Suite 500 Milwaukee WI 53204 866 271 2983 Springfield Mass Visit Information Sessions Linda Calkins Assistant Director for Admissions and Recruitment Springfield College 263 Alden Street Springfield MA 01109 3797 800 727 0004 St Johnsbury Vt Visit Information Sessions Ann Traverso Moore Assistant Director for Admissions and Recruitment Springfield College 347 Emerson Falls Rd Suite 2 St Johnsbury VT 05819 800 441 1812 Southern California Calif Visit Information Sessions Yolanda Gonzalez Assistant Director for Admissions and Recruitment Springfield College 17542 E 17 Street Suite 200 Tustin CA 92780 888 316 5111 Tampa Fla

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/school-of-professional-and-continuing-studies/campus-locations (2016-02-15)
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  • Springfield College Once Again Partners with Team IMPACT | Springfield College
    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 Springfield College News Springfield College Once Again Partners with Team IMPACT Section Menu News News 2014 Headlines 2013 Headlines Springfield College Once Again Partners with Team IMPACT Mon 2015 03 02 00 00 Alternate iframe text Springfield College is once again partnering with Team IMPACT as the baseball team officially adopted Blake Pierce a 7 year old with leukemia for the upcoming season The announcement was made on Wednesday Feb 11 at a special Draft Day ceremony in the Flynn Campus Union Team IMPACT is a non profit organization designed to improve the quality of life for children facing chronic illnesses by matching these courageous kids with local college athletic teams Team IMPACT children are drafted onto the team and become an official member of the team from Draft Day

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/news/springfield-college-once-again-partners-with-team-impact (2016-02-15)
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