Seventh Jostens/NADIIIAA Community Service AwardFor the seventh time in the last eight years, Springfield College has been selected to receive a highly-coveted Jostens/NADIIIAA Community Service Award for projects completed during the 2010-11 academic year. Read more.
2011 Paul E. Tsongas AwardSpringfield College's newly renovated Judd Gymnasia, including the Stitzer YMCA Center, received the 2011 Paul E. Tsongas Award, at the Preservation Massachusetts awards dinner. The college was one of 21 awardees. Read more.
2011 Preservation AwardSpringfield College’s newly renovated Judd Gymnasia received a 2011 Preservation Award at the Springfield Preservation Trust Preservation Awards ceremony on June 15. Read more.
President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll - 2010For the College's commitment to volunteering, service learning and civic engagement. Read more.
Partners Program Honored by Massachusetts Campus CompactThe Springfield College Partners Program was honored as a finalist for the Massachusetts Campus Compact President’s Service Award. Read more.
Renovated Judd Gymnasia Receives Preservation Trust AwardSpringfield College’s newly renovated Judd Gymnasia received a 2011 Preservation Award at the Springfield Preservation Trust Preservation Awards ceremony. Read more.
Springfield College Named to National ‘Most Committed to Community Service’ ListSpringfield College was among 20 colleges and universities selected by USAToday, in conjunction with OnlineColleges, for their commitment to community service. Read more.
Three Jostens/NADIIIAA’s Top Community Service AwardsAwarded to Springfield College for projects completed during the 2009-2010 academic year. Read more.
Super 60 - 2010Awarded to Springfield College as a major contributor to regional economy. Read more.
Super 60 - 2009Awarded to Springfield College as a major contributor to regional economy. Read more.
American School & University Magazine FeatureSpringfield College's Field House and Wellness Center featured in August 2009 issue of American School & University magazine.
President Richard B. Flynn DayCity of Springfield Proclamation in recognition of community involvement and leadership. Read more.
Athletic Business, June 2009 - Architectural Showcase 2009Springfield College Field House and Wellness Center was featured in the Athletic Business magazine. Read more.
Omar T. Pace, M.D. AwardPresented by The American Cancer Society to President Richard B. Flynn for honoring community leaders who have made a difference in the lives of cancer patients and their families throughout Western Massachusetts. Read more.
NIRSA Outstanding Sports Facilities AwardHonored as an outstanding sports facility by NIRSA (National Intramural-Recreational Sports Association). Read more.
Gold ADDY AwardHonoring creative excellence in advertising. Collateral Material - Gold Award.
President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll - 2009For the College’s exemplary community service programs. Read more.
Carnegie Foundation Cites Springfield College with Community Engagement ClassificationFor a curriculum that involves students and faculty in addressing community needs, and for outreach and partnerships that benefit both the community and the campus. Read more.
Jostens/NADIIIAA Community Service Top "Award of Merit"For projects completed by Division III student-athletes in their communities during the 2007-08 academic year. Read more.
Super 60 - 2008Awarded to Springfield College as a major contributor to regional economy. Read more.
City of Springfield Proclamation - April 28, 2008For supporting the commonwealth's housing initiative related to State Street Alliance. Read more.
Silver ADDY AwardRadwell Communication by Design for excellence in design and production of a brochure - Springfield College 2005-06 Annual Report.
Jostens/NADIIIAA Community Service Top "Award of Merit"For projects completed by Division III student-athletes in their communities during the 2006-07 academic year. Read more.
15 Most Influential Sports Education 'Teams' in AmericaPersons and organizations that have had a profound positive impact on individuals and society by effectively using sports as a means to educate. Read more.
NASPA - President's Award of the National Association for Student Personnel Administrators Region 1Honors a college or university president who has been directly involved in enhancing the quality of on-campus student life. Read more.
Super 60 - 2007Awarded to Springfield College as a major contributor to regional economy. Read more.
Governor's Commission on Employment of People with Disabilities (19th Annual) - Exemplary Employer AwardOne of twelve employers honored for demonstrating best practices in hiring and retaining workers with disabilities. Read more.
City of Springfield - Proclamation - September 20, 2007 - "Humanics in Action Day"Recognition of Humanics in Action Day. Read more.
City of Springfield - Proclamation - December 11, 2006 - Outstanding Local CollegeRecognizes, honors, and commends Springfield College President Richard Flynn, faculty, staff, and students for earning the distinguishable name of "Best Neighbor," and acknowledges the College for making the City of Springfield a better place to live. Read more.
Super 60 - 2006Awarded to Springfield College as a major contributor to regional economy. Read more.
New England Board of Higher Education - Saviors of Our Cities - Best Neighbor Urban CollegesSelected for work in community revitalization, cultural renewal, economic participation, and community service. Read more.
Jostens/NADIIIAA "Award of Merit"Student-athlete involvement with community service 2004-05. Read more.
HAP, IncPresident Flynn and the College recognized for leadership in the community, including work with the Partnership for the Renewal of Old Hill (PROHill). Read more.
Super 60 - 2005Awarded to Springfield College as a major contributor to regional economy. Read more.
Inclusion in book- - Lasting Engagement: Building and Sustaining a Commitment to Community Outreach, Development, and CollaborationSpringfield College chosen as the only private institution of higher education in the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's book on community involvement. Read more.
American Cancer Society Relay for LifeRecognition of the College's participation as a Platinum Sponsor.
Excalibur AwardSpringfield College's contributions in-kind to support the American Cancer Society. The award, received in 1999, is reserved for those who make a significant contribution to the Society’s fight against cancer.