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  • Graduate Costs and Fees | Springfield College
    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 Graduate Costs and Fees 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 Graduate Costs and Fees Per Credit Hour Indirect Expenses General Fees Course Fees Physician Assistant Practicum Fees Physical Therapy Clinical Fees Residence Hall Fees Administrative Fees Course Fees Course fees represent fees based on registration and are required to be paid before the start of classes Course fees are nonrefundable as of the first days of classes of the semester Contact For questions about tuition and fees contact the Business Office at 413 748 3183 or businessoffice springfieldcollege edu Per Credit Hour 2015 16 Graduate Program Courses 960 per credit Physician Assistant Practicum Fee 144 per credit Graduate Student Fee Only applies to students taking nine or more credits 92 50 Indirect Expenses Estimated 2015 16 Books Supplies Cost varies by major 1 000 Personal Expense Allowance 1 200 Transportation 800 Total Indirect Expenses 3 000 General Fees 2015 16 Late Registration Fee 25 Commencement Fee 50 Continuing Registration Fee 100 Course Fees 2015 16 PHED 692 E Poster Boards 50 OCTH 501 Fundamentals Clinical Equipment 165 OCTH Occupation Dysfunction and Adaptation in Adults II Clinical Equipment 180 OCTH 687 Professional Seminar IV Practice Exam Fee 75 Physician Assistant Practicum Fees 2015 16 PAST 671 Inpatient Medicine 15 credit PAST 672 Family Medicine 15 credit PAST 673 General Surgery 15 credit PAST 674 Emergency Medicine 15 credit PAST 675 Obstetrics and Gynecology 15 credit PAST 676 General Pediatrics 15 credit PAST

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  • About Financial Aid | Springfield College
    to students and their families We re here and happy to help guide you through the process At Springfield College financial assistance is more than just setting you up with a package It s a collaboration where we learn more about your specific financial needs and help you and your family understand the options that are available We offer a variety of programs ranging from need based financial aid to family loan programs that meet the financing concerns of a wide range of families So let us help you get started through our need based financial aid application process The application for financial aid or a student s financial status do not influence or effect admissions decisions at Springfield College To learn more about financial assistance at Springfield College check out the information below Terms of Assistance The goal of the Springfield College financial assistance program is to assist qualified students in obtaining a Springfield College education Aid is awarded on the basis of full time enrollment Each student will receive detailed information on the policies governing the awarding and renewal of financial aid with the award letter Several factors influence the amount and type of aid awarded Financial need is the difference between the comprehensive cost of education and the calculated family contribution The family contribution to educational expenses is determined by the Office of Financial Aid staff by using the data on the FAFSA Springfield College Financial Aid application and the federal tax returns Applicants may also supply additional information relevant to their financial status The review of the admission application influences the financial aid decision process in two major areas Academic achievement is rated in the review of the application for admission This review includes an evaluation of the student s secondary school record test scores references and post secondary academic records Leadership and other personal qualitative attributes are also part of the admission application review Participation in cocurricular and community activities along with other personal information in the admission application are also evaluated The academic and personal ratings are used in the financial aid awarding process Sources of Assistance Springfield College Grant Awarded to students with financial need these grants carry no repayment obligations Eligibility is determined by the Office of Financial Aid subject to the published policies of the College Awards vary according to individual circumstances The level of need and the assessment of the applicant s academic achievement and cocurricular and community activity affect the amount of the award President s Achiever s Award Awards are made to students by the Office of Undergraduate Admissions and are renewable pending the published guidelines These awards are based on merit not on financial need All applicants including international applicants are considered for this award To receive this award students must have at least a 3 0 recalculated GPA The recalculated GPA is based off of the students five core courses only and the level at which they have complete these courses Federal Financial Aid Programs Springfield

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  • Application Procedure | Springfield College
    Springfield College Directions Directory PrideNET Admissions Financial Aid Application Procedure 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 Application Procedure Since need based aid serves as a supplement to family resources the financial aid application process is designed to develop an assessment of those resources All applicants for admission are sent detailed instructions on the financial aid application process All financial aid applicants must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid FAFSA the required form for all federal and state aid programs On the FAFSA indicate the Springfield College code number 002211 Both applications are available online FAFSA Click here for the FAFSA application Deadlines Early Decision One Applicants September 2016 Enrollment End of January Due date for receipt of processed FAFSA for Early Decision ONE applicants Mid February Decision letters mailed to completed Early Decision ONE applicants Early March Due date for financial aid award reply and admission deposit Early Decision Two Applicants September 2016 Enrollment Mid February Due date for receipt of processed FAFSA for Early Decision TWO applicants Early March Decision letters mailed to completed Early Decision TWO applicants Early April Due date for financial aid award reply and admission deposit Traditional Rolling Admissions September 2016 Enrollment Mid March First year student priority due date for receipt of completed FAFSA End of March Mailing of financial aid decisions begins for first year students who have been accepted for admission and who have a complete financial aid application on file Early May Transfer priority due date for receipt of FAFSA First year student due date for financial aid award reply and admission deposit Mid May Financial aid decisions mailed to transfer applicants who have been accepted

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  • Loan Programs | Springfield College
    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 Admissions Financial Aid Loan Programs 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 Loan Programs Eligibility for federal loan programs is determined by evaluation of the student s income and assets as declared on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid Need based awards are subject to the federally defined data verification process which requires some students to submit a tax return and other supporting documentation The amount of student debt load varies considerably depending upon the type of loan s a student obtains the student s intended course of study and the student s need to borrow Full time undergraduate students graduating in spring 2012 borrowed an average of 21 344 through the federal loan program over the course of their academic career at Springfield College Federal Direct Loan Program Federal Direct Loans are low interest loans for students and parents to help pay for the cost of a student s education after high school The lender is the U S Department of Education the Department rather than a bank or other financial institution For more information on Federal Direct Loans click here Federal Perkins Loan formerly the National Direct Student Loan Eligibility for this need based program is subject to federal regulations Funds are extremely

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  • Student Employment, Scholarships, and Traineeships | Springfield College
    Submit Alumni Faculty Staff Current Students Prospective Students Give to Springfield College Directions Directory PrideNET Admissions Financial Aid Student Employment Scholarships and Traineeships 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 Student Employment Scholarships and Traineeships Student Employment The Office of Financial Aid coordinates part time on campus job opportunities A wide variety of positions are available in departments throughout the campus Available positions are posted by the Career Center The student is responsible for securing employment Each department is responsible for securing employment Each department is responsible for its own hiring decisions The Career Center The Career Center staff can assist students in identifying off campus career related positions These experiences may provide students with the opportunity to earn money while gaining valuable career related experience America Reads The America Reads tutorial program is coordinated the Office of Student Volunteer Programs Students in this program are trained as literacy tutors and work in Springfield agencies and schools Students must be eligible for the federal work study program to participate in America Reads Students are encouraged to research the availability of programs from organizations outside of the college The Office of Financial Aid provides a list of Internet we bites to assist students in this research The Springfield College AmeriCorps Program The Springfield College AmeriCorps Program is open to all graduate students Members serve in the local community and receive a monthly stipend and an education award For more information visit the AmeriCorps Program at Springfield College Web site Scholarships and Traineeships Graduate Fellowships Graduate Students Only Springfield College offers a variety of graduate fellowships and assistantships To find out more about these positions please visit our Graduate Fellowship

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  • Net Price Calculator | 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 Admissions Financial Aid Net Price Calculator 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 Net Price Calculator The Net Price Calculator is an easy way for prospective students and their families to estimate the net cost of two semesters at Springfield College The calculator is not intended for current undergraduate students or students interested in or currently attending our School of Human Services The calculations are created using Springfield College s current financial aid policies and information from currently enrolled first year undergraduate students The Net Price Calculator provides an estimated cost but does not guarantee financial aid Springfield College considers all sources of family income and assets to

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  • Program Information | 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 Admissions Student Ambassadors Program Information Section Menu Student Ambassadors Student Ambassadors Program Information Executive Board Student Ambassador Application Tour Evaluation Program Information The purpose of student ambassadors is to Represent Springfield College positively and accurately at all times Represent the Springfield College student body at on campus admissions events when leading tours and at special events Work in cooperation with each other and the entire Springfield College community The goals of student ambassadors are to Inform students and parents visiting Springfield College about the College s mission campus resources and campus life Personalize the College by making campus visitors feel welcome comfortable and well informed Give the campus visit credibility by being genuine and sincere with visitors Student ambassador responsibilities include Leading campus tours Participating in open house events Participating in on campus recruitment events Attending meetings and trainings Hosting overnight day visits

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  • Executive Board | Springfield College
    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 Admissions Student Ambassadors Executive Board Section Menu Student Ambassadors Student Ambassadors Program Information Executive Board Student Ambassador Application Tour Evaluation Executive Board Executive Board Members Name Chantalle Abdelkerim Board Position President Major Occupational Therapy Class Year 2015 Hometown Los Angeles Calif Name Moriah Billups Board Position Vice President of Membership Major Biology Class Year 2015 Hometown Barrington R I Name Samantha Watson Board Position Vice President of Programming Major Physical

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