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  • Student Loan Deferments | Springfield College
    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 School of Professional and Continuing Studies Financial Aid Office Student Loan Deferments Student Loan Deferments You may qualify for a deferment if You are enrolled at least half time at a postsecondary school You are studying in an approved graduate fellowship program or in an approved rehabilitation training program for the disabled You are unable to find full time employment You are experiencing economic hardship Deferments can only be granted by your lender If you think you qualify for a deferment contact your lender s for more specific information However you must continue to make payments on

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  • YMCA Scholarship Opportunities | Springfield College
    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 School of Professional and Continuing Studies Financial Aid Office YMCA Scholarship Opportunities YMCA Scholarship Opportunities YMCA employees enrolled in the School of Professional and Continuing Studies of Springfield College have the opportunity to apply for a campus based YMCA Applicants Scholarship This Scholarship program has been established by the School of Professional and Continuing Studies to support local YMCA s in educating and retaining YMCA professionals When a YMCA provides a School of Professional and Continuing Studies student with tuition assistance

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  • Financial Aid Award Determination | Springfield College
    per federal regulations What is cost of attendance The cost of attendance has two parts The first part consists of directly billed educational expenses such as tuition and fees The second part includes costs such as books supplies living allowance personal expenses and travel Child care costs tutoring etc also may be allowed as part of the cost of attendance Although you will see only the direct expenses tuition and fees on College billing statements the comprehensive cost is used in determining eligibility for financial aid Remember that expense budgets may be adjusted to reflect your individual circumstances What is an estimated family contribution EFC Springfield College uses a consistent method to determine your family s ability to pay for college costs This method assesses your family s income assets size and the total members enrolled in college The eligibility determination for federal funds is calculated using a formula called the federal methodology Care is taken to account for the individuality of your family situation Please report changes in either your family s or your personal financial circumstances to the Office of Financial Aid so that your eligibility for aid may be correctly determined Circumstances such as loss of employment or serious illness can impact your eligibility for aid What can you expect from our financial aid decision Whether you qualify for need based aid or not you will receive a written decision called an award letter Our financial aid decision may offer an aid package that is a combination of grant and loan or that is loan only We will advise you of your eligibility for Federal Pell Grants undergraduates only state grants undergraduates only Springfield College grant undergraduates only and federal Stafford Loans if the information on file is sufficient to do so Springfield College cannot assist all

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  • Fiscal Facts | Springfield College
    drop a course after the 15th calendar day of the second month of the term October 15 February 15 June 15 To add or drop a course s a Change of Schedule Form is used in consultation with the student s academic advisor If dropping all classes for a particular term the student must consult with his her advisor complete a Leave of Absence Form and meet with the campus administrator regarding financial aid and student billing Contact the campus business office with questions and or problems Failure to attend classes does not constitute withdrawing or dropping a class Enrollment Status Financial aid decisions are typically based on full time enrollment If a student plans to enroll on a part time basis or will not attend one or more of the three terms during the academic year his her financial aid eligibility may change No one should make assumptions about eligibility The student should contact the financial aid administrator at the instructional campus prior to any enrollment changes to determine if there will be an adjustment to the financial aid Students who stop attending classes prior to the end of the term have failed to complete the term even if they have not officially withdrawn Students who fail to complete a term may lose some or all eligibility for federal aid and Springfield College may be required to return federal aid This could result in a balance due to the College Satisfactory Academic Progress Students must make satisfactory academic progress towards a degree to continue receiving financial aid including loans Undergraduate students must maintain the required GPA for their grade level Graduate students must maintain a 3 0 average All students must pass 75 of total credits attempted Students who repeat a course will not be eligible for financial assistance for that course Refund Policy If a student s written request for a Drop Withdrawal or Leave of Absence is received by the 15th calendar day of the second month of the term provided that the Drop Withdrawal or Leave of Absence is granted the student will receive a 100 tuition refund Springfield College meets or exceeds all state requirements for tuition refunds Students may contact his or her campus for questions regarding requirements for the state in which the campus is located The deadlines for 100 credit are October 15 for September Term February 15 for January Term June 15 for May Term If a student s written request is received from the 16th calendar day of the second month until the last day of the second month in each term provided that the Withdrawal or Leave of Absence is granted the student will receive a 50 tuition refund The deadlines for 50 credit are October 16 31 for September Term February 16 28 for January Term June 16 30 for May Term Any course withdrawal after the last day of the second month of the term October 31 February 28 June 30 must be approved by the Dean

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  • About the School of Professional and Continuing Studies | Springfield College
    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 About the School of Professional and Continuing Studies About the School of Professional and Continuing Studies Transforming Careers and Communities The academic programs of the Springfield College School of Professional and Continuing Studies are designed to meet the needs of working adults who wish to earn a degree in human services Located in 10 locations throughout the country the School offers Bachelor s and master s programs in human services Weekend classes Human services degree completion in as little as 16 to 24 months Up to 72 credits may be brought into the undergraduate program through transfer credit from a regionally accredited institution and or experiential learning credit varies

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  • Top 10 Reasons to earn your human services degree at Springfield College | Springfield College
    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 About the School of Professional and Continuing Studies Top 10 Reasons to earn your human services degree at Springfield College Top 10 Reasons to earn your human services degree at Springfield College Weekend classes Attend classes on the weekends without disrupting your work and your family Classes typically meet two weekends per month An affordable degree Often finishing in 16 to 24 months a reasonable tuition and staff to help you navigate the financial aid process combine to make this an affordable program Fully accredited Be proud to graduate from a well respected fully accredited college Credit for prior learning Earn undergraduate credit for prior learning work and life experiences You may transfer in as many as 72 credits 16 to 24 months Earn your bachelor s or master s degree in as few as 16 months saving you time and money Student

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  • Mission | Springfield College
    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 About the School of Professional and Continuing Studies Mission Mission In accord with the mission of Springfield College the mission of the School of Professional and Continuing Services is to provide broadly accessible higher education for adult learners that embodies the principles of Humanics community partnership and academic excellence to achieve social and economic justice

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  • Accreditation | Springfield College
    through its Commission on Institutions of Higher Education Inquiries regarding the accreditation status by the New England Association should be directed to the College or individuals may also contact the Commission on Institutions of Higher Education New England Association of Schools and Colleges 209 Burlington Road Bedford MA 01739 1433 Tel 781 271 0022 Email cihe neasc org Springfield College is approved to offer its School of Professional and Continuing Studies programs in the following states California Department of Consumer Affairs Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education 2535 Capitol Oaks Drive Suite 400 Sacramento CA 95833 Tel 888 370 7589 Delaware Department of Education The Townsend Building P O Box 1402 Dover DE 19903 1402 Tel 302 739 4601 Florida Department of Education Commission for Independent Education 325 W Gaines St Suite 1414 Tallahassee FL 32399 0400 Tel 850 245 3200 888 224 6684 Grievance policy Students who have unresolved conflict with the School should contact the Commission for Independent Education 325 W Gaines St Suite 1414 Tallahassee FL 32399 0400 Tel 850 245 3200 888 224 6684 Legal control The College is a Massachusetts not for profit corporation organized in 1891 and registered in Florida as Springfield College Inc a not for profit corporation and doing business in Florida under the name of Springfield College Massachusetts The Massachusetts Board of Higher Education One Ashburton Place Room 1401 Boston MA 02108 1696 Tel 617 727 7785 New Hampshire Department of Education Division of Higher Education Higher Education Commission 101 Pleasant Street Concord NH 03301 Tel 603 271 0257 South Carolina South Carolina Commission on Higher Education 1333 Main Street Suite 200 Columbia SC 29201 Tel 803 737 2260 Students who have complaints that cannot be resolved at the school level may contact the Non public Institution Licensing of the Commission All

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