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  • Financial Aid | Springfield College
    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 Admissions Financial Aid Section Menu Financial Aid Financial Aid Undergraduate Tuition and Fees Graduate Costs and Fees About Financial Aid Application Procedure Loan Programs Student Employment Scholarships and Traineeships Net Price Calculator Financial Aid Whether you re learning more about us you ve already applied or you ve been accepted this is an exciting time Within this excitement you re likely learning to navigate the financial aid process This can be the part that feels most overwhelming but we re here to help Most of our students are eligible for some type of aid whether a grant scholarship work study program or loan The Office of Financial Aid can help determine which of these will work best for you We can guide you through the steps from filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid you ll hear it called the FAFSA to calculating tuition we can even give you an estimate of those expenses that might be overlooked to determining which paperwork needs to be submitted and when Mostly we want you to know that you re not in this alone We can answer your questions and help make it so that financial aid is just another item checked off of your to do list Let s get started 2016 17 Financial Aid Information FAFSA Application Application Procedure Selected for verification Download the verification worksheet here Academic Standing and Financial Aid Graduate students must maintain a 3 0 cumulative average in graduate level course work Full time students are expected to complete 18 credit hours per academic year Academic reviews are conducted each semester

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/admissions/financial-aid (2016-02-15)
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  • Student Ambassadors | Springfield College
    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 Admissions Student Ambassadors Section Menu Student Ambassadors Student Ambassadors Program Information Executive Board Student Ambassador Application Tour Evaluation Student Ambassadors Our Mission We are a highly dedicated group of student volunteers whose aim is to welcome educate and aid prospective students and families through the college visit process Prospective Students Springfield College is known for its Humanics philosophy which calls for educating the whole person in spirit mind and body for leadership in service to others This mission has guided Springfield College since its inception In more than 60 countries worldwide Springfield College alumni are providing leadership and making a difference Springfield College Student Ambassadors are responsible for welcoming educating and assisting prospective students and their families when they visit and tour the College Taking the College s nickname the Pride quite literally student ambassadors take pride in their roles of showing future students all that Springfield College has to offer and they re excited to meet you Campus Visit Information Schedule an interview and or tour today Already visited the campus Evaluate the campus tour Current Students and Future Ambassadors As you probably know by now the College s Humanics philosophy is evident in all aspects of academic and cocurricular life and guides the professional and personal development of students Indeed Humanics is at the heart of the Springfield College Student Ambassador program Springfield College Student Ambassadors put the Humanics philosophy into action serving as leaders and representatives of the College as they welcome prospective students and their families to campus educate them about all that the

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/admissions/student-ambassadors (2016-02-15)
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  • Academics | Springfield College
    Submit Alumni Faculty Staff Current Students Prospective Students Give to Springfield College Directions Directory PrideNET Academics Section Menu Programs Academics Undergraduate Programs Graduate Programs College Catalogs Schools Arts Sciences and Professional Studies Health Physical Education and Recreation School of Health Sciences and Rehabilitation Studies School of Professional and Continuing Studies School of Social Work Apply First Year Application Transfer Application Graduate Application Academics Offices Academic Advising Registrar s Office Academic Affairs Academic Success Center Educator Preparation Licensure Institutional Research International Center Study Abroad Related Links Accreditations Babson Library College Catalogs Financial Aid Accomplishments Scholars in Action Laurels Springfield College is proud of the diversity and quality of its academic programs The College offers bachelor s degrees in more than 40 majors master s degrees in 12 different fields and doctoral programs in counseling psychology physical therapy and physical education With a student to faculty member ratio of 13 to 1 our students receive the individual attention and guidance needed to be successful Recognized by the Carnegie Foundation for its success in community engagement the College is committed to service and offers students a unique pathway to rewarding careers and lives of purpose The undergraduate programs at the College provide students with the skills and liberal arts foundation needed to enhance their critical thinking communication and problem solving abilities In the classroom and through internships fieldwork and clinical experiences students gain real world experience in their desired field well before graduation The success of our graduates in gaining employment and in being accepted for graduate study provides strong evidence of the usefulness of a Springfield College bachelor s degree The College s graduate programs are equally distinguished All graduate programs offered are fully accredited both by our regional accreditation association and by specialized accreditors in each discipline that have been approved

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/academics (2016-02-15)
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  • Undergraduate Programs at Springfield College | Springfield College
    General Studies H Health Care Management Health Science Health Promotion for Schools and Communities History Human Services Offered through the School of Professional and Continuing Studies an adult education weekend program M Management Marketing Mathematics Mathematics and Computer Technology Movement and Sports Studies Physical Education N Nutritional Sciences O Occupational Therapy P Physical Education Physical and Health Education Dual Certification Program Physical Therapy Physician Assistant Psychology R Recreation Management Rehabilitation and Disability Studies S Secondary Education Sociology Special Education PreK 8 Sport Management Sports Biology T Teacher Preparation Teacher Licensure and Certification Programs Early Childhood Teaching Major in Psychology Elementary and Special Education Elementary Teaching Major in American Studies Elementary Teaching Major in English Elementary Teaching Major in Mathematics and Computer Technology Health Family and Consumer Sciences Health Education Health Studies Physical Education Physical Education Movement and Sport Studies Secondary Education Secondary Teaching Major in Biology Secondary Teaching Major in English Secondary Teaching Major in History Secondary Teaching Major in Mathematics Secondary Teaching Major in Visual Arts U Undeclared Y Youth Development A B C D E H M N P R S T W Y Minors Many of the courses required for minors may also fulfill or partially fulfill a general education category Some courses required for minors may also satisfy courses required for majors Students pursuing a minor should notify and consult with the appropriate department chair and complete the appropriate paperwork with the Office of the Registrar so that it can be noted on the transcript 3D 3D Animation A Adventure Education Art Art Therapy Athletic Coaching B Biology Business Management C Chemistry Communication Sciences and Disorders Computer Programming Computer Science Creative Writing Criminal Justice D Dance Deaf Studies E Economics Education English Entrepreneurial Studies Environmental Studies H Health Care Management Health Science General Studies Minor Health

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/academics/undergraduate-programs-at-springfield-college (2016-02-15)
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  • Graduate Programs | Springfield College
    Health Care Management Health Science Health Promotion for Schools and Communities History Human Services Offered through the School of Professional and Continuing Studies an adult education weekend program M Management Marketing Mathematics Mathematics and Computer Technology Movement and Sports Studies Physical Education N Nutritional Sciences O Occupational Therapy P Physical Education Physical and Health Education Dual Certification Program Physical Therapy Physician Assistant Psychology R Recreation Management Rehabilitation and Disability Studies S Secondary Education Sociology Special Education PreK 8 Sport Management Sports Biology T Teacher Preparation Teacher Licensure and Certification Programs Early Childhood Teaching Major in Psychology Elementary and Special Education Elementary Teaching Major in American Studies Elementary Teaching Major in English Elementary Teaching Major in Mathematics and Computer Technology Health Family and Consumer Sciences Health Education Health Studies Physical Education Physical Education Movement and Sport Studies Secondary Education Secondary Teaching Major in Biology Secondary Teaching Major in English Secondary Teaching Major in History Secondary Teaching Major in Mathematics Secondary Teaching Major in Visual Arts U Undeclared Y Youth Development A B C D E H M N P R S T W Y Minors Many of the courses required for minors may also fulfill or partially fulfill a general education category Some courses required for minors may also satisfy courses required for majors Students pursuing a minor should notify and consult with the appropriate department chair and complete the appropriate paperwork with the Office of the Registrar so that it can be noted on the transcript 3D 3D Animation A Adventure Education Art Art Therapy Athletic Coaching B Biology Business Management C Chemistry Communication Sciences and Disorders Computer Programming Computer Science Creative Writing Criminal Justice D Dance Deaf Studies E Economics Education English Entrepreneurial Studies Environmental Studies H Health Care Management Health Science General Studies Minor Health Studies History M

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  • Academic Advising | Springfield College
    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 Section Menu Academic Advising Academic Advising The Undeclared Major Contact Academic Advising FAQs Springfield College Catalogs Registrar s Office Career Center The mission of the Academic Advising Center at Springfield College is to assist each student in exploring learning opportunities inside and outside of the classroom while successfully negotiating the academic rigors of the college environment In addition academic advising assists students in formulating and following an educational plan that prepares the student for leadership in service to humanity and is consistent with the student s values abilities and career and life goals Academic Advising Center Staff The Academic Advising Center staff fosters this mission through their work with undergraduate students faculty and staff in the School of Arts Sciences and Professional Studies the School of Health Physical Education and Recreation and the School of Health Sciences and

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  • Academic Success Center | Springfield College
    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 Academic Success Center Section Menu Academic Success Center Academic Success Center Math Science Support Services Writing Support Services Students With Disabilities Individualized Academic Programs Staff Academic Success Center Tutors FAQs Academic Success Center Learning Happens Here The Academic Success Center provides a wide range of resources to students at Springfield College We employ over a hundred student employees and a number of professional staff in order to offer a collection of services and programs designed to help Springfield College students be academically successful The Academic Success Center offers readily and easily accessible services including support in writing mathematics science subject area tutoring learning strategies and time management counseling and assistance for students with documented disabilities All of the services provided by the Academic Success Center are free and available to any student on the Springfield College main campus Students in the School of Professional and Continuing Students should visit the School of Professional and Continuing Studies Academic Success Center Support Services Writing Support Services Math Science Support Services Learning Support Services These support services are available by appointment or on a drop in basis during regular hours of operation Individualized Academic Programs Academic Coaching Program Academic Progress Program Assistive Technology Program Content Tutorial Program Conversation Partners Program MTEL Assistance Program Contact 413

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  • Babson Library | Springfield College
    Reserves Request Items Advanced Search What s this new search box X Welcome to Our New Search Tool We re excited to offer a new way to search at Babson Library With this new search tool you can Search all types of materials in our collection from one search box books ebooks DVDs streaming videos journals articles digital collections Customize your searching select certain databases limit by format time period and more Got questions about how it works Ask Us We want to know what you think Let us know X Ask Us Search our frequently asked questions Ask a Question Ask a Question Ask Us X Ask Us Text US 413 314 3678 X Call Us 413 748 3315 OR 1 800 730 5279 Librarians Are Here to Help You Amedeo DeCara Reference Librarian adecara springfieldcollege edu Make an Appointment Rachael Naismith Reference Librarian rnaismit springfieldcollege edu Make an Appointment Susan Bigelow Reference Librarian sbigelow springfieldcollege edu Make an Appointment Sheri Sochrin Reference Librarian ssochrin springfieldcollege edu Make an Appointment Kerri Vautour Reference Librarian kvautour springfieldcollege edu Make an Appointment Previous Next Today s Library Hours Full Hours Quick Links Research Guides PCS Resources Request Items My Account Citation

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