We offer bachelor's and master's programs that fit the needs of non-traditional students, those who are looking for more flexibility or courses with other adults. Learn more about the human services and leadership programs at our regional and online campuses, located at our main campus in Springfield, Mass., or seven other regional campuses, in Boston, Mass., Houston, Texas, Milwaukee, Wis., St. Johnsbury, Vt., Tampa Bay, Fla., and Wilmington, Del.  

Interested in advancing your career with a Master of Social Work or certificate program? Our School of Social Work offers programs at flexible times with course material relevant to the evolving world of social work.

School of Professional and Continuing Studies student

Non-discrimination Policy

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. Read the full notice.

NCAA DIII Eligibility

Student-athletes who have earned a bachelor's degree from a DIII institution and have remaining NCAA DIII eligibility are now able to use that eligibility to play while enrolled as a graduate student at another DIII institution. Learn about Athletics at Springfield College.

Spring 2020 Update: The NCAA Division Administrative Committee has granted an additional season/semester of eligibility for student-athletes participating in spring sports. At Springfield College, we are pleased to be able to offer our athletes a chance to play during their graduate studies here.