Springfield College students are provided with a wealth of resources, making the College a great place to live and learn. New and renovated state-of-the-art facilities, fully networked academic buildings, athletic and wellness facilities, a variety of dining options, vibrant campus recreation and intramural programs, volunteer activities, academic and special interest clubs and organizations, and much more supplement the committment of Springfield College to providing its students with a broad and balanced educational experience.
The Graduate Student Organization (GSO) represents and serves the graduate students of Springfield College. The GSO creates and facilitates both academic and social cocurricular activities to enhance the experiences of graduate students at Springfield College
As a part of the Academic Success Center, Writing Support Services offers help with writing. Tutors are available to offer students help with all aspects of the writing process, such as getting a paper started, refining ideas, organizing a paper, employing persuasive strategies, and improving grammar and usage. All services are free and available to any Springfield College student.
The Springfield College Health Center provides medical services to all full-time undergraduate and graduate students through patient care, health education, and wellness promotion. Health services is part of the Division of Student Affairs and is located in the Towne Health Center.
The International Center at Springfield College fosters the international character of the institution by promoting, supporting, and developing a wide range of international and intercultural opportunities for all members of the Springfield College community.
The Career Center staff is committed to promoting student learning and development and offers a variety of opportunities for students and alumni alike to explore career options, identify career related experiential experiences, refine job searching skills, identify employment opportunities, prepare for admission in graduate and professional schools, and network with Springfield College alumni.
The Multicultural Affairs Center (MCA) is the campus resource and support facility for diversity concerns at Springfield College. The center works toward goals that are inclusive of all cultures, while influencing a campus environment that is supportive of differences. The MCA staff develops and coordinates support services for students from diverse backgrounds, with a strong emphasis on historically under-represented groups.