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  • Bookstore Services | Springfield College
    Springfield MA Tampa Bay FL Wilmington DE The Student Experience Online Courses Course Registration Student Support Advising Academic Success Center Library Career Services Bookstore Disability Support Services Degree Acceleration Student Resources Admissions Admissions Bachelor s Application Master s Application Application Forms Bachelor of Science Master of Science Tuition Financial Aid Tuition and Fees Payment Plans How to Apply for Financial Aid Federal Financial Aid Grants Federal 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 Student Support Bookstore Services Bookstore Services There are two different bookstores that serve the School of Professional and Continuing Studies student body The link below is for the Springfield College Bookstore which serves the School of Professional and Continuing Studies Springfield and Boston campuses Springfield College Bookstore A link to the online MBS Springfield College Bookstore is below MBS Springfield College Bookstore The MBS Springfield College Bookstore serves the School of Professional and Continuing Studies students

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/school-of-professional-and-continuing-studies/student-support/bookstore-services (2016-02-15)
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  • Disability Support Services | Springfield College
    Apply for Financial Aid Federal Financial Aid Grants Federal 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 Student Support Disability Support Services Disability Support Services Springfield College School of Professional and Continuing Studies is committed to providing an equal educational opportunity and full participation in College programs for persons with disabilities in accordance with state and federal laws The College fully supports the anti discrimination policies expressed in state and federal legislation for persons with disabilities It is the College s intent that no person be subject to discrimination with regard to any College program or activity The College recognizes the unique needs of students with disabilities Students are encouraged to use the support services offered by the College to assist them in attaining their educational goals Springfield College School of Professional and Continuing Studies prohibits discrimination on the basis of disability Reasonable accommodations are provided for students with disabilities on the basis of need if the disabilities are documented with appropriate evaluations administered by qualified professionals Please view the additional links on the right for complete information regarding disability support services Students Rights and Responsibilities Every otherwise qualified student with a documented disability has the following rights Equal access to courses programs services activities and facilities available through the college or university Reasonable and appropriate accommodations academic adjustments and or auxiliary aides determined by the institution on a case by case basis and or course by course basis Complete confidentiality of all information pertaining to his her disability with

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/school-of-professional-and-continuing-studies/student-support/disability-support-services (2016-02-15)
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  • Degree Acceleration | Springfield College
    Experiential Learning FAQs How does the assessment of experiential learning help me earn credit towards my degree It offers you an opportunity to demonstrate and document college level learning gained through any or all of the following Non transferable courses Licenses Certificates Personal and professional experience How do I present my college level learning The first step is to take a course called Human Services and Portfolio Development The Portfolio process is covered in great detail in this class Are there any guidelines which the School of Human Services and other institutions follow for assessment Yes the School of Professional and Continuing Studies is one of over 1500 institutional members of the Council for Adult and Experiential Learning CAEL and follows the CAEL assessment guidelines Do I actually get credit for my life experience No we do not award credit for experience Credit is awarded for the college level knowledge and learning gained from the experience How can I earn credits through the Experiential Learning Process All of the following are options for obtaining credit Military trainings Standardized tests such as DANTES and CLEP Written claims for credit Assessment of professional trainings licenses and certifications What is a claim for credit It is a unique and comprehensive essay format for presenting college level learning You must first select a college course paralleling your own experience explain what was learned and how you have grown as a result of the learning Finally you must cite corroborating theory principles and generalizations and present adequate proof that the college level learning experience actually occurred What kind of verification is required Certificates Legal documents Personnel records Letters from supervisors Work evaluations descriptions are all the most common forms of verification Who awards credit for the content of the Portfolio Faculty evaluators at the School

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/school-of-professional-and-continuing-studies/the-student-experience/degree-acceleration (2016-02-15)
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  • Student Resources | Springfield College
    Business Administration Executive Master s Campuses Campuses Boston MA Charleston SC Houston TX Manchester NH Milwaukee WI St Johnsbury VT Southern California Springfield MA Tampa Bay FL Wilmington DE The Student Experience Online Courses Course Registration Student Support Advising Academic Success Center Library Career Services Bookstore Disability Support Services Degree Acceleration Student Resources Admissions Admissions Bachelor s Application Master s Application Application Forms Bachelor of Science Master of Science Tuition Financial Aid Tuition and Fees Payment Plans How to Apply for Financial Aid Federal Financial Aid Grants Federal 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 Student Support Student Resources Student Resources Main Campus Links Transcripts Library Services International Center Forms Course Registration Campus Safety Handbooks and Catalogs Student Handbook Campus Handbooks School Catalogs The New Student Profile Survey is to be completed by new students in the School of Professional and Continuing Studies students for the current term Responses

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  • School of Professional and Continuing Studies Bachelor's Application Instructions | Springfield College
    Completed application for admission to the bachelor s degree program Proof of high school diploma or equivalent Typed résumé demonstrating commitment to community service Official transcripts from all colleges attended Interview with a faculty member Writing sample 10 application fee See below for requirements in more detail Completed application for admission to the bachelor s degree program If you are mailing your application please include a check or money order for 10 made out to Springfield College School of Professional and Continuing Studies Or if you submitted your application online please contact the assistant director of recruitment and admissions at the campus for guidance on next steps of the admissions process Click here for campus contact information Proof of high school diploma or equivalent Acceptable forms of high school verification include a copy of your high school diploma high school transcripts indicating graduation or a copy of your GED certificate or test results You may fax email or mail it to your campus of choice Typed résumé demonstrating a commitment to community service The résumé must indicate a minimum of two years experience in human service work either paid or volunteer You may fax email or mail it to your campus of choice Official transcripts from all colleges attended You may request that official transcripts be sent directly to the Springfield College campus you wish to attend or you may forward them yourself in their original sealed envelope Click here for campus contact information Interview with a faculty or staff member Please contact the assistant director of recruitment and admissions at the campus you wish to attend to schedule an interview Click here for campus contact information Writing sample All applicants are required to do a writing sample on campus as part of the application process It will be used

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  • School of Professional and Continuing Studies Master’s Application Instructions | Springfield College
    attend Click here for campus contact information Request a copy of the application If you are applying online we suggest using the latest version of Firefox Application Deadlines September Term August 15 January Term December 15 May Term April 15 Admission Requirements Completed application for admission to the master s degree program Typed personal statement Typed résumé demonstrating commitment to community service Professional letter of reference that relates to the personal statement Bachelor s degree from a regionally accredited institution Official transcripts from all colleges attended Interview with a faculty or staff member Additional requirements for MBA applicants 40 application fee See below for requirements in more detail Completed application for admission to the master s degree program If you are mailing your application please include a check or money order for 40 made out to Springfield College School of Professional and Continuing Studies Or if you submitted your application online please contact the assistant director of recruitment and admissions at the campus for guidance on next steps of the admissions process Click here for campus contact information Typed personal statement We want to learn more about your background experiences and future goals to ensure that our master s degree program best meets your personal professional and learning needs In two to three typed double spaced pages please answer one of the following questions Once completed you may fax email or mail the personal statement to your campus of choice What are your personal professional and learning goals and how might the master s degree program help you achieve these goals Describe a single work experience which has had a significant impact on how you think about yourself and human services In what ways has this experience influenced what you hope to gain from the master s degree program What lesson have you learned from your life and work experiences How do these lessons shape your learning goals for the master s degree program Typed résumé demonstrating a commitment to community service The résumé must indicate a minimum of five years of experience in human service work paid or volunteer You may fax email or mail it to your campus of choice Professional letter of reference Please include a professional letter of reference that speaks directly to the question you have answered in your personal statement Personal references from family members are not accepted You may fax email or mail it to your campus of choice Official transcripts from all colleges attended You may request that official transcripts be sent directly to the campus you wish to attend or you may forward them yourself in their original sealed envelope Click here for campus contact information Interview with a faculty or staff member Please contact the assistant director of recruitment and admissions at the campus you wish to attend to schedule an interview Click here for campus contact information Additional requirements for MBA applicants Through coursework at the graduate and or undergraduate level or a combination of coursework and demonstrated professional

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/school-of-professional-and-continuing-studies/admissions/school-of-professional-and-continuing-studies-master%E2%80%99s-application-instructions (2016-02-15)
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  • School of Professional and Continuing Studies Financial Aid Office | Springfield College
    Financial Aid Office School of Professional and Continuing Studies Financial Aid Office A Springfield College education is the investment of a lifetime We focus on helping all qualified students afford a Springfield College education by offering a variety of grant and loan programs and payment plans Financing a college education is a challenging task and an important part of making a good enrollment decision We know that application procedures can sometimes seem confusing or intimidating That s why our experienced staff is ready to assist you in the application process and in evaluating the available financing options Each School of Professional and Continuing Studies campus also has a staff person available for financial aid counseling All financial aid is administered by the Springfield College Office of Financial Aid regardless of the instructional campus All financial aid is based on eligibility and need as determined by the Office of Financial Aid per federal regulations Direct all written correspondence to the Office of Financial Aid and please include your SSN or student ID number Our brochure contains valuable information on financial aid including financial aid policy the various types of financial aid and how eligibility is determined It also provides information on areas that are related to financial aid questions such as tuition and fees payment options and more Students receive this booklet each year with their initial award letter and can also download the financial aid book here Contact us whenever you have questions or concerns about application procedures or financing options Our understanding of the sensitive nature of your finances makes our commitment to ensuring confidentiality a top priority Quick Facts The College makes admissions decisions without regard for your ability to pay educational expenses All information in your financial aid file is considered confidential Disclosure of family financial information

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  • Tuition and Fees | Springfield College
    40 Commencement fee 50 Health insurance Massachusetts campus only per year 1 750 Human services training assessment fee 200 Late payment fee see non payment policy 75 Payment plan fee per semester 25 Portfolio fee charged to students enrolled in Human Services and Portfolio Development courses 500 Returned check charge 35 Stop payment reissue 35 Transcript fee official 6 Payment Options Springfield College offers two payment options for students to pay their tuition Students may pay tuition charges less any applicable financial aid in full at the time of registration by personal check or money order The College offers a partial payment plan which extends tuition payments over a four month period There is a 25 fee per term to utilize the plan The plan is as follows Summer Term Fall Term Spring Term 25 at Registration 25 at Registration 25 at Registration 25 May 1 25 Sept 1 25 Jan 1 25 June 1 25 Oct 1 25 Feb 1 25 July 1 25 Nov 1 25 Mar 1 Students within the following categories are required to sign up for the partial payment plan A If a student does not expect to receive financial aid and cannot pay the tuition charges in full at the time of registration but can make payments on the above applicable dates they must sign up for the partial payment plan B If a student has received a financial aid decision letter the letter must be presented to the staff person handling registration If the student s awarded financial aid does not cover the entire semester s charges they must either pay the tuition balance or sign up for the partial payment plan C If a student has not met the published admissions and financial aid deadlines and consequently has not received a financial

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