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Transfer Profile

Education at Springfield College is all about taking action. 

With an international reputation for educating tomorrow’s leaders in some of the most vital career fields, Springfield College provides students with a competitive edge—top-quality academic preparation and real-world experience on their résumés before graduating.

As early as their first year on campus, students put their classroom education to practice through field work and service learning. It’s a learning advantage based on the College’s historic mission, the Humanics philosophy, which calls for educating students in spirit, mind, and body for leadership in service to others. Humanics is at the base of everything the College does—in academics, athletics, and student life.

Springfield College has a welcoming community on its mid-sized campus, where transfer students quickly become engaged in academic and campus life. Credits from other accredited colleges and universities transfer easily, and financial aid is available based on need and/or merit. Students are never a number at Springfield College, and they receive individual attention from expert faculty members. With approximately 100 students transferring to Springfield College annually, there are programs designed to assist transfer students with making a seamless transition, both academically and socially. Programs include Transfer Student Summer Orientation, Advising, and Registration, as well as a four-day New Student Orientation program, where students discuss the ins and outs of the transfer experience and connect with other transfer students.

The campus
Springfield College is located in a picturesque New England setting on about 100 acres in the Pioneer Valley. It’s an easy drive to Boston or New York City, and just down the road, students can experience East Campus, 82 acres of forest ecosystem that sits on a mile of lake shoreline and houses ropes courses, canoes, kayaks, and a camping facility.

The College has 10 residence halls that offer single-sex and coeducational living options, as well as relatively independent living for upper-class students. There are several dining and snack services, and the main dining facility offers an excellent variety of creative, fresh food stations to accommodate individual dietary preferences.

The campus has wireless Internet access, smart classrooms, and computer labs. In addition, a television studio lab, journalism lab, and fully functioning radio station are located on campus. Other facilities include a human anatomy lab, a performance assessment lab, an art gallery, an exercise physiology/biomechanics lab, a theater, and a medical simulation lab, featuring high-fidelity 3G adult and baby patient simulator mannequins that respond to treatment as human patients would.

Extensive athletic and recreational facilities include the Field House and Wellness and Recreation Center, which house strength and conditioning facilities; a six-lane running track; multipurpose courts; a six-lane, 50-meter pool; and classrooms and laboratories.




Springfield College has 3,408 undergraduate students on the main campus and at its nine regional campuses across the country. These students come from 29 states and eight countries, mostly from the northeastern corridor of the country. About 86% of the students at our main campus live on campus.

There are 214 full-time faculty members, 84% of whom have earned the highest degree in their field. Faculty members make the time so that students make the grade. With a student-faculty ratio of 13:1, students get the personal attention they need.

More than 40 opportunities for student involvement include academic-interest clubs, special-interest clubs, special-event clubs, honor societies, campus broadcasts and publications, performing arts, and more.

Springfield College offers 26 varsity sports for students, 10 club sports, and many intramural teams. The College competes in NCAA Division III and is a member of the Eastern College Athletic Conference and the New England Women’s and Men’s Conference.

Graduates enter their careers and graduate school searches well prepared thanks to workshops on interviewing and job search strategies, résumé and graduate school preparation, and opportunities to network with alumni. Ninety-six percent of the 2014–2015 graduating class were either employed or enrolled in graduate schools within six months.

Forming a network around the world, more than 43,000 Springfield College alumni live in most US states and many countries.

2016–2017 COSTS
Undergraduate tuition at the main campus of Springfield is $35,475; room and board is $11,890.
More than 91% of undergraduates receive some form of financial aid. Undergraduates at the main campus receive more than $31 million annually in Springfield College grants/scholarships, $2.8 million in federal and state grants, and $1.7 million in private grants. The Office of Financial Aid administers $26 million in federal and private student loans. The average financial aid package is $27,000.

Undergraduate Programs
• Accounting
• American Studies
• Applied Exercise Science
• Art
• Art Therapy
• Athletic Training
• Biology
• Business Management
• Communication Sciences and Disorders
• Communications/Sports 

• Computer and Information Sciences
• Computer Graphics/Digital Arts
• Criminal Justice
• Dance
• Early Childhood Education
• Elementary Education
• Elementary and Special Education Dual Licensure
• Emergency Medical Services Management
• English
• Environmental Science
• Finance
• General Studies
• Health Care Management
• Health Education
• Health Promotions for Schools and Communities
• Health Science
• History
• Human Services (offered through the School of Professional and Continuing Studies, an adult education weekend program)
• Marketing
• Mathematics
• Mathematics and Computer Technology
• Movement and Sports Studies
• Nutritional Sciences
• Occupational Therapy
• Physical Education
• Physical and Health Education Dual Program
• Physical Therapy
• Psychology
• Recreation Management
• Rehabilitation and Disability Studies
• Secondary Education
• Sociology
• Special Education (PreK–8)
• Sport Management
• Sports Biology