RSVP by Friday, March 6, 2020

Thursday, March 12, 2020, 4:30-7 p.m.

Springfield College Museum in Judd Gymnasia

Stained glass window

You can help a deserving student.

Since 1999, employees and friends of Springfield College like you have supported the Friends In Humanics Scholarship. Started by Emeritus Professor Peter Polito, PhD, 1998-99 Distinguished Springfield Professor of Humanics, the scholarship assists deserving Springfield College students who demonstrate financial need, academic scholarship, campus leadership, care and concern for community, and embodiment of our Humanics philosophy. Annual distributions from the Peter and Claire Polito Friends in Humanics Scholarship Endowed Fund are added to this scholarship. The student recipients are awarded at the annual spring Humanics Lecture.

Come join us for a Taste of Humanics.

Please help our students while enjoying a taste of fine foods and desserts, wines, and local craft beers at our Taste of Humanics.

All proceeds from the event go directly to the Friends in Humanics Scholarship.
Thursday, March 12, 2020, 4:30-7 p.m.
Springfield College Museum in Judd Gymnasia
(Snow date: Thursday, March 26)
A minimum donation of $25 is requested.

RSVP by Friday, March 6, 2020
Register online and read more about the Friends in Humanics
scholarship at

Can’t attend? Your generosity will still count if you drop off your check at the Office of Development in Marsh Memorial, send through interoffice mail, or donate online on Giving Day at

Sponsored, in part, by ARAMARK.

“I am grateful for my blessings, such as the Friends in Humanics Scholarship, that have allowed me to catch a break in life. I am proud and fortunate to be able to share my time here at Springfield with those who truly care for others.” Ronald Gonzalez-Rivera, Class of 2021
Ronald Gonzales-Rivera, recipient of the Springfield College Friends in Humanics scholarship, holds his scholarship certificate up.