School of Professional and Continuing Studies Bachelor's Application Instructions
You will be required to pay a $10 application fee using a credit card. Please note: the application fee is waived for veterans with proof of veteran status.
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Please note that applications and all supporting documents must be received by the application deadline.
- January Term
- May Term
- Completed application for admission to the bachelor's degree program
- Proof of high school diploma or equivalent
- Typed résumé demonstrating commitment to community service
- Official transcripts from all colleges attended
- $10 application fee
Admissions Requirement Details
Completed application for admission to the bachelor’s degree program
After submitting your application online, please contact the assistant director of recruitment and admissions at the campus for guidance on next steps of the admissions process. Click here for campus contact information.
Proof of high school diploma or equivalent
Acceptable forms of high school verification include a copy of your high school diploma, high school transcripts indicating graduation, or a copy of your GED certificate or test results. You may fax, email, or mail it to your campus of choice.
Typed résumé demonstrating a commitment to community service
The résumé must indicate a minimum of two years experience in human service work, either paid or volunteer. You may fax, email, or mail it to your campus of choice.
Official transcripts from all colleges attended
You may submit official transcripts to us in one of these ways: Request that they be sent electronically from the college to firstname.lastname@example.org; request that your official transcripts be sent directly to the Springfield College campus you wish to attend; or request that your official transcripts be mailed directly to you, and then forward them to us in their original, sealed envelope. Click here for campus contact information.
When applying, you will be prompted to pay your $10 application fee with a credit card, or you may send a check or money order made out to “Springfield College School of Professional and Continuing Studies” to the campus of your choice. Please do not send in cash.
Springfield College makes admissions decisions without regard to the student’s ability to pay educational expenses. College grant funds are awarded primarily on the basis of financial need. State and federal funds are awarded and disbursed subject to the program regulations of the awarding agency. Eligibility based on financial need is determined by estimating cost of attendance and subtracting family contribution as calculated by federal, state, and college regulations. The College does not meet full need for all eligible students.
File a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at www.fafsa.ed.gov. An application for financial aid must be completed for each academic year. Our school code is 002211.
Complete the Springfield College Financial Aid Application by clicking the following link:
For assistance through the financial aid process, visit the Office of Financial Aid, contact the financial aid coordinator at your campus, or call the Springfield College Office of Financial Aid at (413) 748-3112.
Springfield College does not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, veteran status, or any other legally protected basis in admission and access to, and employment and treatment in, its programs and activities.