Come Check Us Out

One of the most important parts of the college search process is visiting the campus. We welcome you to take a tour of our beautiful campus, guided by one of our volunteer Student Ambassadors.  The tour consists of visiting the picturesque grounds and pristine landscape while getting a deeper understanding of all that we have to offer our students. It is our hope that the tour will provide you with a sense of belonging and the community feel of the Springfield College family.

You also can attend our Super Saturday on Dec. 10 for a tour, information session, and lunch in our award-winning dining hall.

Students eating in Cheny Hall
Springfield College clock on the campus green
Campus Tours

Tours are offered year round, with the exception of a few different weeks throughout the year. Tours are typically offered three times per day, Monday through Friday. We also offer Saturday tours on some select Saturdays.

Information Sessions at Springfield College
Information Sessions

Information sessions serve as a great opportunity for prospective students and families to receive information about Springfield College.

Topics covered in the information sessions include the admissions process, financial aid, academics, and student life. Information sessions are presented by a member of the admissions staff and are approximately an hour in length.

Two students walking on campus in suites
Interviews

We enjoy meeting with students who are interested in Springfield College! Although interviews are not required, they are encouraged for all applicants.

Interviews are available by appointment only. To set yours up, contact the Office of Undergraduate Admissions at (800) 343-1257 or admissions@springfieldcollege.edu.

Students walking from lacrosse practice in the evening sun
Day and Overnight Visits

Come check out campus, shadow current students, attend some classes, and have lunch in Cheney Hall to get the full Springfield College experience. Day visits are strongly encouraged for accepted students who want to experience a day in the life of one of our students.

Overnight Visits
To register for an overnight stay, students should call the Office of Undergraduate Admissions at (413) 748-3136.

Group Tours

Please contact the Office of Undergraduate Admissions at (800) 343-1257 or admissions@springfieldcollege.edu to schedule your group tour. We ask that you schedule your group tour at least one (1) week in advance. We try our best to accommodate all requests, but due to previously scheduled group tours and availability of our Student Ambassadors, we cannot guarantee that we can host your group on a specific date.

When you call to schedule your group tour, please be sure to have a few different dates and times selected that work for your group and the number of guests including chaperones (chaperones are required to accompany the tour).

Due to space availability, we do restrict groups to no larger than 75 people.

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Student on treadmill
Wellness Center

Our Wellness Center provides students with every piece of fitness equipment and every type of exercise class that you can imagine--and we’re not exaggerating.

Campus Union Cafe
Campus Union Cafe

When you’re on campus, you need a space to hang out with friends, grab a bite to eat, or study. Our campus union provides all that and more.

Students studying in campus union
Study Space

Looking for a place to study and relax? Look no further than our campus union where you can do that, and so much more.

Townhouses residence hall
Living on Campus

There’s nothing like waking up to a beautiful campus. You’ll be able to experience this as we provide housing options for undergraduate and graduate students.

A student works in a studio on some pottery
Space to Learn

Our facilities, including this art studio, provide students with the tools they need to explore and succeed.

Men's football team practices on Stagg Field
Athletics

Whether you’re a student-athlete or a fan, you’ll enjoy our exciting NCAA Division III athletics programs, like our football team practicing on Stagg Field.

Physician assistant students work in the sim lab
Sim Lab

You’ll frequently find our physician assistant students in our medical simulation lab, complete with a patient simulator mannequins that respond to treatment as human patients would.

A students works on her laptop in her residence hall room
A Place of Your Own

Home sweet residence hall. Living on campus keeps you close to all of the exciting things going on at Springfield College. Visit campus to check out our residence hall rooms.

Students hang out in residence hall room
Residence Halls

We have 10 residence halls on campus, including three halls dedicated to first-year students, as well as graduate housing options. Visit campus to check out our residence hall rooms, like this one in Alumni Hall.

A student works in the on-campus radio station
Clubs and Organizations

Campus life is booming with more than 60 clubs and organizations, like our on-campus radio station that offers students the ability to host their own show and serves as a great resources for students in our communications/sports journalism major.

A statue of James Naismith, Springfield College alumnus and the inventor of basketball
Inventor of Basketball and Alumnus

Did you know that James Naismith created basketball at Springfield College when he was an instructor and graduate student in 1891? When visiting campus, don’t forget to take a picture with James, located on Naismith Green, and tag us in your Instagram photos: @springfieldcollege.

A rendering of the new learning commons building
Learning Commons

We’re currently in the process of remodeling the former Babson Library to a new Learning Commons to accommodate the needs of students like you. Here’s what it will look like in September 2017. Visit campus to see how far along we’ve come.

A group of students has a discussion in a classroom
Small Classes

We offer small class sizes, like the one shown here, so students can get a deep understanding of the subject matter, feel comfortable asking questions, and have direct access to faculty members.

Students work on a computer in the classroom
Classroom Technology

Technology is essential to the learning process, which is why we offer multiple computer labs around the campus.

Autumn leaves and Lake Massasoit
Lakeside Lifestyle

Did we mention our campus is located on the beautiful shores of Lake Massasoit? Visit campus to check out the view for yourself. (And tag us in your Instagram selfies in front of it @springfieldcollege)

Students work in the lab using the Body Composition Tracking System
Lab Experience

You’ll get hands-on experience in our labs, so when you enter the workforce, you’ll already know all about how to use things like the Body Composition Tracking System.

A student runs on Blake Track
Blake Track

Blake Track is a great place to go for a walk, run, or take in a track and field meet.

A student eats lunch in Cheney Hall, the College's dining facility
Grab a Bite

You’ll find culinary delights in Cheney Hall, which serves breakfast, lunch, dinner, and is a great spot to stop for the occasional snack. The campus is also home to a Dunkin' Donuts, Starbucks, Subway, and other dining options.

Flynn Campus Union at night
Flynn Campus Union

Day or night, we think you’ll find Springfield College to be a beautiful campus. Swing by the Flynn Campus Union, where there’s always something going on.

James Naismith Court
James Naismith Court

James Naismith Court is home to sporting events, concerts, speakers, and more. Visit campus to see all of our athletic facilities.

Athletic counseling students practicing classroom skills in a facility on the campus
On-campus Experience

Hands-on training allows you to apply your classroom knowledge. Our athletic counseling students often work with peers around campus to hone their skills in the field.

A faculty member works with students in a lab
Classroom Connection

Face-time with educators is key to success, just like in our anatomy and physiology lab, where students are able to work directly with faculty.

Alumni Hall, the College's oldest residence hall
Beauty and History

A conscious effort is made to keep the campus beautiful while not losing sight of its historic roots. Alumni Hall is a great example of this, as it’s the oldest residence hall on campus, built in 1927.

Gulick Hall, a residence hall for first-year students
Housing Options

Gulick Hall is a first-year residence hall building and home to 293 students each year. Visit campus to see all of our housing options.

A student walks on a tight rope on the campus green
Expect the Unexpected

You never know what you’ll see on campus. Sometimes, it’s students trying out a tight rope. Our vibrant campus community has so much to offer you.

A student does the ropes course at East Campus
East Campus

Just down the road is East Campus, a part of Springfield College accessible to all students that includes 82 acres of forest ecosystem, a mile of lake shoreline, canoes, a challenge course, and a chance to reconnect with nature.

An exhibit in the William Blizard Art Gallery located on the campus
Art and Culture

You’ll experience cultural without having to leave campus--though there are some pretty great opportunities to do so off campus, too. We house the William Blizard Art Gallery on our campus and we frequently have theater and dance performances and speakers visiting campus.

An overhead view of the Springfield College Museum
Museum

Located on campus in Judd Gymnasia is the Springfield College Museum, home to our history and inventor of basketball James Naismith’s application to the College.