Springfield College's campus offers an outstanding learning and living environment for students. Located in picturesque New England on 151 acres in the Pioneer Valley and situated on the shores of Lake Massasoit, Springfield College offers a vibrant campus culture that promotes a wide variety of activities and events for nearly every interest. The Pioneer Valley —with a nationally-renowned concentration of college and university research spin-off companies— is rich in possibilities, providing MPCS students with myriad opportunities to secure internships/fieldwork opportunities and employment after graduation.
The College’s cutting edge computer facilities provide Springfield College MPCS students with a clear advantage. The MPCS department is housed in the renovated Schoo-Bemis Science Center, which contains two state-of-the-art computer labs as well as a special projects lab for ongoing projects in both computer science and mathematics. The College’s open lab in the basement of Babson Library is continuously staffed as a convenience for students to complete their research, work on projects, and finish homework assignments.
Springfield College’s campus-wide computer network provides MPCS students with some of the most widely used commercial applications software and programming language environments available.
Other facilities include a state-of-the-art Wellness and Recreation Complex, which received the 2009 Outstanding Sports Facilities Award from the National Intramural-Recreational Sports Association. The College's Richard B. Flynn Campus Union, opened in 2010, serves as the hub of campus life. These new facilities, and renovations to existing facilities, enrich the College's academic programs and create a superior campus experience for students. Learn more about Springfield College facilities here.