College Language American Studies Program (CLASP) at Springfield College
Springfield College offers an intensive English program in collaboration with the International Language Institute of Massachusetts (ILI). Classes are held at Springfield College as part of one and two semester programs from September to December and January to May.
The College Language American Studies Program (CLASP) can be a stand-alone study abroad program or an ESL pathway to a Springfield College degree program.
Included within the cost of this intensive English program is room and board, and health insurance, which is required in the state of Massachusetts. Also included is airport pick up and transport to field trips. Students will receive a certificate of completion upon the conclusion of the program.
Students also take one three-credit college course from subjects such as physical education, business, sport management, computer graphics, youth development, psychology, communications, art, and more.
Springfield College students are active and engaged. Attending comedy shows and theatrical performances, writing for the College newspaper, and attending sporting events are just a few of the exciting ways students get involved on campus. With more than 40 special interest clubs and organizations on campus, including the International Student Organization, there’s something for everyone.
Outstanding facilities—many of them award-winning—support academics, athletics, campus life, personal wellness, and recreation. The Richard B. Flynn Campus Union, which houses the Doggett International Center, is a central location for student activities and services. The Wellness and Recreation Center, Field House, and Athletic Training/Exercise Science Complex have been cited among the most outstanding facilities of their kind in the nation.
Technologically up-to-date, the College has wireless Internet capabilities anywhere on campus, smart classrooms, computer labs, a videoconference facility, a conference center, a language laboratory, a medical simulation lab, and more.
About Springfield College
Founded in 1885, Springfield College is known worldwide as the Birthplace of Basketball® and for the guiding principles of its Humanics philosophy: educating students in spirit, mind, and body for leadership in service to others.
Springfield College, with its foundation of academic excellence and rich athletic heritage, prepares students with real-world leadership skills for tomorrow’s careers that transform lives and communities.
Springfield College is a safe community. The Department of Public Safety is located on campus and easily accessible to students. Students can pursue their academic goals and enjoy campus life knowing that their safety is a high priority. The College has established emergency procedures, as well as safety and security measures.
Located on the shores of Lake Massasoit, Springfield College is a traditional New England campus in western Massachusetts. The College is within close proximity to restaurants, museums, parks, concert venues, shopping malls, and is only a short drive, bus or train ride from Boston and New York City.
For information on programs, immigration, and how to apply, contact Sarah Heminger at email@example.com.
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