We love hearing from Springfield College parents, alumni, and friends about their adoration, frustrations, and even ambivalence toward the College. Unfortunately, we do not have the opportunity to hear from everyone. That is why, in 2012, we invited alumni and parents to participate in an attitude study. Approximately 1,300 alumni and 200 parents responded and told us how they felt about different aspects of the College, everything from how they want to receive communications to what they liked about their student experience. See the results.
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We are pleased to present the 2014-2015 Impact of Giving. This report recognizes the generous support of our loyal friends and alumni who have helped us continue the College’s mission of educating students in spirit, mind, and body, for leadership in service to others.
The Class of 1964 Makes Historic 50th Reunion Gift There is a Tibetan maxim that states that tragedy should be utilized as a source of strength. The experience of the Springfield College seniors in 1964 was enveloped in tragedy, starting with the attack on Pearl Harbor shortly after their birth and culminating in the assassination of U.S. President John F. Kennedy their senior year.
1885 Society It’s a bit of a paradox. Ask Gail Haldeman ‘64 why she and her husband, Robert, are members of the 1885 Society, and why Springfield College is in their estate plan, and she will talk about change; the ongoing need for new facilities, new academic programs, and financial aid.
David Allen Reed Society- Paul and Joanne Campanelli Springfield College really instilled in us the sense of spirit, mind, and body, which I apply to work every day. It helped me understand how to treat people professionally and socially. When I started working at Par Pharmaceutical it had 350 employees.