Recruit a Triangle!

One of the most valuable ways you can support your alma mater is to share your best and brightest with Springfield College. That is why we invite you to be part of our Day of Recruitment on Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2018, kicking off the most critical period of student recruitment each year.

Students pose with Naismith statue

We encourage you to reach out to people in your community, including family, friends, and colleagues to identify students who you know would be a good fit for Springfield College. On Nov. 14,  get ready to “phone home” and pay it forward by referring prospective students to us.

There are three ways for you to share the contact information of potential students with us on Nov. 14.

  • You can fill out the form online.
  • Call our Famous Faces at (413) 748-5279.
  • Visit us in person on the first floor of the Flynn Campus Union at the Day of Recruitment headquarters between the hours of 10 a.m. and 7 p.m.

If you have any Admissions-related questions leading up to, or on the day of, please contact the admissions staff directly at (413) 748-3136.

Be part of something special on the Day of Recruitment and support the future of Springfield College. We encourage you to post, tweet, and share about how you supported the Day of Recruitment by using the hashtag #recruitatriangle.

Famous Faces

We're excited to share that we'll have "Famous Faces" of Springfield College who will be answering the phones from 10 a.m. - 7 p.m. including, but not limited to, the following fabulous recognizable names:

  • Kathy Mangano '86
  • John Wilcox '67
  • Roland Holstead 
  • Ken Klatka '69 G'70

The Student Alumni Association explains why you should "recruit a triangle" on November 14.

Roland Holstead, PhD, former professor of sociology and current interim director of Professional and Continuing Studies, explains why both current and former faculty should refer a prospective student for Day of Recruitment.

Ali Mowry, class of 2022, tells us how she was personally affected by Day of Recruitment last year and why alumni should show their support again this year.