New academic programs, renovations, construction, and other major developments ensure that Springfield College remains relevant to today’s students and society. Our right-sized private college encourages students to form personal relationships with professors who care about their students’ academic successes and share a common goal of improving their communities. Our programs include opportunities for real-world experiences through dedicated internships, fieldwork, and practicum requirements. Furthermore, our master’s degree programs stimulate critical-thinking skills and provide valuable, relevant information for students to thrive in the modern world. According to our most recent postgraduate survey, 99% of students werein successful careers or attending graduate school not long after graduation.
The College offers a range of undergraduate and graduate degree programs in health sciences, human and social services, sport management, education, business, and the arts and sciences. Additionally, we offer doctoral programs in Counseling Psychology, Physical Education, and Physical Therapy. At Springfield College, master’s and doctoral programs give students firsthand experience through community action projects and clinical, research, and practical placements. Graduate-level learning expands and evolves, and students will find, like those who came before them, they’re equipped to impact their professions—and ultimately, the world.
Grad Student Opportunities
Graduate students at Springfield College have the opportunity to apply for fellowships and scholarships. Our fellows gain valuable exposure and experience while learning under the guidance and mentorship of professors experienced in their fields. Through a teaching, research, or coaching fellowship, students can acquire new insights and perspectives on top of their academic pursuits. (The maximum fellowship workload is 20 hours per week.)
Our need-blind scholarships are designed to fit the needs of our graduate students. All scholarships are awarded on a competitive basis with the purpose of providing students financial assistance to cover some of their tuition expenses.