All colleges are not the same.
A degree from colleges like Springfield means so much more! Choose a college that’s clearly a cut above the rest so that you can be a cut above the rest.
How is Springfield a cut above other colleges?
- Close to 70% of our students graduate in four years, compared to 40% as a national average at schools in our category**.
- 87% of our students come back for their second-year*, compared to 73% at other private colleges and 70% for public colleges**.
- 98% of our graduates go on to find employment or enroll in graduate schools within six months of graduation*, compared to 84% at other private colleges and 73% for public colleges according to the National Association of Colleges and Employers.
Springfield College is undoubtedly worth the cost, even if it means possibly costing more.
However, we do work to try and make it affordable:
- 100% of new students who complete the FAFSA receive financial aid to attend***.
- Our average financial aid package is $34,736***.
Students from all over the country and across the globe have invested their futures in Springfield College. We will not let them down, and we will not let you down either.
Have more questions? Learn about financial aid through these short videos.
*Springfield College Office of Institutional Research
**ACT 2017 National Collegiate Retention and Persistence-to-Degree Rates
***Springfield College Office of Financial Aid
2023-24 New First-year Student and Transfer Rates
Tuition and Costs
|Room (Double Occupancy)||$7,730|
|All Access Meal Plan + 3 Meal Exchanges per week||$6,472|
|Total Estimated Costs||$57,909
($43,707 Commuter Student)
On average, our financial aid package is $31,300, which accounts for scholarships, grants, and loans. After the package is applied, the average cost—based on tuition, fees, and standard room and board—is $26,900. Some aid packages may be more or less than this amount.
* Students are charged a flat tuition rate for 12 to 18 credits per semester. Full-time enrollment is at least 12 credits per semester.
|Undergraduate Per Credit Cost (New, second-year undergraduate, and transfer)||$1,278|
Indirect Costs (estimated)
|Books/Supplies (Cost varies by major)||$1,300|
|Personal Expense Allowance||$1,500|
|Health Insurance**||(possible $2,973)|
|Total Indirect Costs||$3,800
($6,773 with student health insurance)
** Purchasing health insurance through the College may also be required.
The meal plans include meals per semester, rather than per week, so you can have the flexibility to eat as you choose. Unused meals will be lost at the end of the semester, rather than at the end of the week. Plan costs cover meal plans for both academic semesters.
|Plan Name (Per Semester Cost)||Cost Per Semester||Dining Dollars|
|All Access Meal Plan + 7 Meal Exchanges per Week||$3,902||$200|
All Access Meal Plan + 3 Meal Exchanges per Week
Residence Hall Rates
|More Information on Housings Costs|
|Double Occupancy||$3,865 per semester|
|Single Occupancy||$4,830 per semester|
|Change of Room Fee||$35|
|Key Replacement Residence Halls (lost)||$35|
|Key Replacement Off-campus Apartments (lost)||$35|
|Housing Cancellation Fee||N/A|
Student Health Insurance
|Student Health Insurance 2021-22||$2,973|
2022-23 New First-year Student and Transfer Costs
|Outdoor Pursuits Fee||$365|
|New Student Orientation Fee||$130|
|Late Registration Fee||$30|
|Commencement Fee (All but undergraduate full-time students)||$50|
|Transcript Fee (Official)||$7|
|Continuing Registration Fee||$100|
|International Program (One-time fee)||$250|
Course fees are nonrefundable, unless the withdrawal is effective prior to the start of classes.
|AEXS 284 CPR Certification||$35|
|ATRN 384 AED/CPR Recertification||$35|
|ATRN 482 Senior Seminar||$30|
|EMSM 114 CPR||$35|
|EMSM 115 Part 1 Lab Shirt Fee||$45|
|EMSM 116 Part 2 Exam Administration Fee||$150|
|EMSM 350 Paramedic Clinical Affiliation Fee||$625|
|Ethic Decision Making - Fee is charged to individuals attending for CEUs; students are not charged||$70|
|First Aid/CPR Certification Fee||$27|
|Hiking and Backpacking Fee||$20|
|Lifeguard Certification Fee||$35|
|MOST 230 Land-based Outdoor Skills Equipment Fee||$25|
|MOST 240 Water-based Outdoor Skills Equipment Fee||$25|
|Music 130-131 Fee||$450|
|OCTH 335 Client Occupations through Service Learning - Clinical Equipment||$90|
|OCTH 503 Professional Seminar||$150|
|OCTH 520 Pediatric Interprofessional Conference and Case Studies||$50|
|OCTH 584 EXXAT||$155|
|PHED 102 Uniform Fee (Professional Teaching Apparel)||$165|
|PAST 540 Ethic/Professional Issues in PA Practice - Professional Organization Fee||$215|
|PHTH 635 Integrated Clinical Experience||$105|
|PHTH 637 Integrated Clinical Experience||$105|
|PHTH 670 Integrated Clinical Experience||$105|
|Rock Climbing Fee||$10|
|SAASI - Fee is charged to individuals attending for CEUs. Students are not charged.||$70|
|Sports First Aid Certification Fee||$12|
|Water Safety Instructor||$35|
|Late Payment Fee||$75|
|Void Check Reissue Fee||$35|
|Returned Check Fee||$35|
|Single Semester Payment Plan Enrollment Fee (nonrefundable)||$50|
|Single Semester Payment Plan Enrollment Fee for Regional, Online, and Continuing Education||$25|