Mary Ann Coughlin, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs at Springfield College, discusses graduation education and funding opportunities at Springfield College.
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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.