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As students become part of the Springfield College community, they will encounter opportunities that will challenge them intellectually, academically, and personally. They will interact with other students, faculty, and staff from diverse backgrounds, pursue new interests, and develop numerous life skills.
An important part of the Springfield College experience and education is involvement with and participation in the numerous activities, events and programs offered on campus. The Student Government Association supports more than 40 special interest clubs and organizations. Students can be featured in dance and Broadway productions, DJ at WSCB, write for the The Student newspaper, and serve on their class board. Not to mention students have the chance to plan weekend activities, concerts, Friends and Family Weekend, and Sti-Yu-Ka, the Springfield College spring weekend. Students also can see a play in New York City, listen to the Springfield Symphony, laugh at an on-campus comedy show, listen to a well-known lecturer, and more.
The possibilities are endless. Students will experience new adventures and make new friends. Learn more about student activities and the Student Government Association, and get involved with Springfield College.
Academic Interest Student Organisations
Special Interest Student Organisations
The mission of the Office of Student Activities and Flynn Campus Union is to actively support the philosophy that student learning and development occur through the activities and programs that take place throughout the co-curriculum.
The College is about 90 minutes from Boston, Albany, N.Y., and Providence, R.I. Close to the Massachusetts Turnpike and Interstate 91, and only a half hour from Bradley International Airport
Your residence hall serves as the site of exciting and valuable learning, as well as the focal point for making friends, studying, and having fun. Most new students live in double rooms, which allows you to learn useful skills such as how to live with a roommate, compromise, and respect one another’s needs.
First-year students may elect to live in one of three first-year buildings: Gulick Hall (large coed), Reed Hall (medium coed), or Massasoit Hall (small coed). Due to the unpredictability of incoming class numbers, it is possible some first-year students will be placed in Lakeside Hall.
Transfer students may elect to live in Abbey-Appleton Hall (mid-size coed building), Alumni Hall (all male building), International Hall (large coed building), Lakeside Hall, the Living Center (juniors and seniors only), Senior Suites (seniors only), or the Townhouses (seniors only).