Located in scenic western Massachusetts, the College is ranked in the top tier of the Best Regional Universities— North Region in the 2013 edition of U.S.News & World Report. More than 5,100 traditional, nontraditional, and international students study at its main campus in Springfield, Mass., and at its School of Human Services regional campuses across the country.
Springfield College graduates primarily pursue employment or graduate school after leaving the institution. A small percent of graduates reported that they are still seeking employment. The Springfield College Career Center can continue to assist these individuals, as lifetime services are available to the College’s alumni.
2012 Bachelor’s Degree RecipientsEmployed: 44 percent
Enrolled in graduate school: 51 percent
Total placement*: 96 percent
2012 Master’s and Doctorate RecipientsEmployed: 90 percent
Enrolled in graduate school: 4 percent
Total placement*: 94 percent
*Note: The 2012 post-graduation survey was administered in the winter of 2012-13 to students who graduated in May or August 2012. The survey was sent to 472 undergraduate students, with a 64 percent response rate, and to 374 graduate students, with a 30 percent response rate. The data presented includes only those students who reported their status.