Take the stress out of applying.

At Springfield College, we are here to support you. With an application checklist, easy to understand admissions requirements, and straight-forward help for financial aid, we want you to feel confident in your admissions process. So, what are you waiting for? The Common App is easy to fill out and stress-free. We're ready for you!

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Why apply today?

Test scores aren't required.

Springfield College is SAT/ACT optional for all programs with the exception of Physical Therapy, Physician Assistant, Occupational Therapy, Athletic Training, and Education programs. While you are welcome to submit your test scores, they will not have an impact on merit-based financial aid awards and may not influence an admissions decision.

We have 97 percent graduate placement.

Our post-graduation survey found that 97 percent of 2017-18 bachelor degree recipients were either employed or enrolled in graduate school. Our placement rate is 12 percent higher than the national average for schools like us and, on average, higher than other colleges and universities in New England. 

Why choose Springfield College?

  • $33,000 is the average financial aid package for families. This includes scholarships, grants, and loans given to you by Springfield College. (The average package is based on a combined family income of $120,000 or less. Your aid package may be more or less than this amount.)
  • 100 percent of undergraduate students will receive some kind of financial assistance. 
  • 97 percent employment and graduate school placement of the 2017-18 bachelor's degree recipients—one of the highest in the nation and 12 percent higher than the national average (and higher on average than all other colleges and universities in New England). Talk about return on investment!
  • 19-consecutive years, the cost of tuition at Springfield College has remained below national averages compared to similar private colleges. 
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