East Campus Office of Outdoor Programs: Challenge course, outdoor lab, and classroom facilities; use of outdoor equipment/gear; workshops; facilitator training opportunities; white water rafting guide training opportunities; spring break expedition trips; direct leadership experience; facility maintenance opportunities; employment; etc.
Camp Massasoit: Opportunities for employment/training at an American Camp Association accredited camp
Springfield College Outing Club: Student-led and run organization, opportunities for leadership experience, outdoor skill development, increase exposure to various outdoor activities/pursuits, etc.
Springfield College Climbing Wall: Indoor facility, opportunities for skill development, leadership experience, employment, etc.
Leadership Training Conference (LTC): Student organized conference teaching leadership skills and providing opportunities for leadership development at Springfield College
Sports Management Club: Sports Management Club works to enhance students' educational opportunities through sports management related activities and to further advance future career opportunities.
Campus Community Service Club: Campus Community Service Club provides positive recreational and leisure activities and aims to raise awareness and further education and understanding for students about persons with disabilities.
Marketing Symposium: The Marking Symposium is an annual fall event that provides the School of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation (HPER) students with the opportunity to plan and implement a campus program. Students in the Marketing Issues in Sport and Recreation graduate class choose professionals from the field of therapeutic recreation, sport management, and outdoor recreation to speak. Students work together to create a theme for the event as well as budget and market to students, faculty, and the community.
Weckwerth Lecture: The Weckwerth Lecture is an annual spring event that provides HPER students with the opportunity to plan and implement a campus program. Students in the Marketing Issues in Sport and Recreation graduate class choose a professional from the field of therapeutic recreation, sport management, and outdoor recreation to come and speak. Students work together to create a theme for the event as well as budget and market to students, faculty, and the community.