At Springfield College, we’re not here to teach you what to think

We’re here to help you develop your way of thinking

Through challenging courses, varied clubs and organizations, and competitive athletics, students grow and develop the sense of self that College is all about.

Students at Springfield College

Our students constantly knock it out of the park.

We can’t say enough about the academic performances of our students, from impressive pass rates on certifying exams to student-athletes who are regularly recognized for their success both on the field and in the classroom.

Students gain experience, early and often.

Our students jump into their programs and start their experiential learning in year one. What’s experiential learning? We’re glad you asked. Springfield College students graduate with relevant career experience already on their resumes. 

You can afford Springfield College.

For 15-consecutive years, the cost of tuition at Springfield College has remained well below average compared to similar private colleges. In addition, for six-consecutive years, the tuition at Springfield College has remained lower than reported College Board national averages.

Widely known and respected as one of the lowest priced private colleges in New England.
We are very proud of our reputation!

We’re moving on up.

What makes Springfield College so different? We have a spark—a need to continue to innovate, grow, and develop. And, our numbers back this up. For the seventh-consecutive year, we’ve climbed in the U.S.News & World Report “Best Colleges” ranking. We’re now positioned at #25 in the first tier in the category of Best Regional Universities – North. There’s never been a better time to be a part of Springfield College!

Student to Faculty Ratio
100 percent of new undergraduates students received aid.
On average, our financial aid package is $33,000, which accounts for scholarships, grants, and loans.
96 percent of 2015-16 bachelor degree recipients were either employed or enrolled in graduate school.