Springfield College boasts top-notch facilities that combine function with artistry, while maintaining the historic beauty of the campus.

Administration Building

The Administration Building includes finance and administration offices including the Office of the Registrar, Business Office, Office of Financial Aid, Purchasing Office, and the Office of Human Resources.

admissions center

Admissions Center

The Admissions Center is the first stop for many who are visiting Springfield College. The facility houses the Office of Undergraduate Admissions and the Office of Graduate Admissions.

Athletic Training and Exercise Science Facilities

The athletic training and exercise science facilities provide students and faculty with interactive and experiential learning environments, as well as dedicated research space for the study of all aspects of wellness and human performance. The athletic training room offers student-athletes access to athletic health care at the highest level.

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Babson Library

Babson Library is home to Information Technology Services and the library staff. Babson incudes computer labs, study space, and access to reference librarians.

Blake Track and Appleton Tennis Courts

Blake Track includes a Beynon BSS 300 polyurethane “sandwich” track system and long-jump, triple-jump, and pole vault runways. The Appleton Tennis Courts include eight post-tension concrete courts with US Open blue and green color scheme and Plexi-pave coloring system to cushion courts.

Brennan Center

Located at 45 Island Pond Road in Springfield, the Brennan Center is the home of the School of Social Work.

Cheney Hall

Cheney Hall is the main dining facility at Springfield College. Cheney Hall has the ability to seat more than 600 people and has a sprawling view of Naismith Green.

Department of Public Safety

The facility includes spaces for the officers and the various areas within the department, such as the transportation office. It also includes expanded space for vehicle storage.


Facilities and Campus Services

The Facilities and Campus Services building houses service areas including electrical, carpentry, locksmith, and maintenance.

Field House

The 93,820-square-foot Field House, located adjacent to the Wellness and Recreation Complex, incorporates a six-lane running track with a Mondo “FTX” running surface; four multipurpose courts, each with the ability to be closed off by a netting system; locker rooms; a fully-equipped 9,000-square-foot strength and conditioning facility; and more.

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Flynn Campus Union

The Flynn Campus Union includes space for student activities, international programs, career services, volunteer programs, residence life, and the administrative staff of the Division of Student Affairs. The union also is home to a variety of dining options, including Dunkin’ Donuts.

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Fuller Arts Center

Fuller Arts Center

Performances, lectures, and more take place at the Fuller Arts Center. Appleton Auditorium, located within the center, seats 300 individuals and includes a computerized stage lighting system, sound system, and acoustical wall panels.

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Health Sciences Center

The Health Sciences Center is home to the Department of Occupational Therapy and the Department of Physical Therapy. The space includes classrooms, labs, and is the location for the College's stroke therapy group.

Herbert P. Blake Hall

Herbert P. Blake Hall, more commonly referred to as Blake Hall, houses the School of Professional and Continuing Studies; the departments of visual and performing arts, emergency medical services management, physician assistant, and social sciences; and the Alden Center for Interactive Learning. Blake Hall also contains the College’s medical simulation lab. The hall is named after S. Prestley Blake’s father, after he and his wife Helen Davis Blake made a gift to the College to support the Leadership for the 21st Century: The Campaign for Springfield College. For several years, Herbert P. Blake was employed at the Standard Electric Time Company, from which the College purchased Blake Hall from in 1990.

Hickory Hall

Hickory Hall

Hickory Hall houses classrooms and the Academic Success Center.


Irv Schmid Sports Complex

Irv Schmid Sports Complex

The Irv Schmid Sports Complex includes two synthetic-turf fields, bleachers, parking, ticket booth, and concessions. The complex provides play and practice fields for the men’s and women’s soccer teams, as well as for other team practices, physical education classes, and campus recreation. The complex was named after Irv Schmid, who was a men’s soccer coach and teacher at Springfield College.

James Naismith Court

The James Naismith Court, located in Blake Arena, was named in honor of the founder of basketball, alumnus, and instructor, James Naismith, who created the game while at Springfield College. The refurbished court provides a top-notch athletic facility for games and other events.

Judd Gymnasia

Built in 1894, Judd Gymnasia is the oldest building on the campus. Judd is home to the Office of Alumni Relations, Office of YMCA Relations, offices of the Association of YMCA Professionals, and the Springfield College Museum and College Archives and Special Collections.

Locklin Hall

Locklin Hall

Locklin Hall was originally a manufacturing facility that was acquired by the College in the mid-1960s, and has since then served as a classroom building. Located within Locklin are the Post Office, Office of Media Services, and the Print Shop.

President's residence

President’s Residence

The President’s Residence fulfilled the desire of the Board of Trustees to have the current and future presidents reside on campus. It also provided much-needed space for presidential entertaining of students, faculty, staff, and friends of the College.

Schoo-Bemis Science Center

The Schoo-Bemis Science Center houses the Department of Mathematics, Physics, and Computer Science, as well as the Department of Biology/Chemistry. The space provides an integrated location for science instruction that allows for interdisciplinary collaboration.

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Stagg Field

Stagg Field seats more than 3,800 spectators and includes a state-of-the-art FieldTurf® synthetic surface. The field was named in honor of Amos Alonzo Stagg, the College’s first football coach.  The field is utilized for football, field hockey, men’s and women’s lacrosse, and campus recreation.


Weiser Hall

Weiser Hall is home to the Department of Humanities faculty offices, classrooms, television studio, and journalism labs.

Wellness and recreation complex

Wellness & Recreation Complex

The 47,840-square-foot Wellness and Recreation Complex offers cardio and weight-training space, a climbing and bouldering wall, four multipurpose teaching/activity spaces, fitness-testing laboratories, and more.

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