Springfield College Fund | Springfield College

Your gift. Your choice.

Your passions and interests are unique. Your giving should be, too. This year, discover what matters most to you and choose to make an impact through one of the giving areas below.

Students walk on the Springfield College Campus

Gifts to the Springfield College Fund have a direct effect on every aspect of campus life, and provide immediate support to the most critical needs of the College. When you choose a destination for your gift through the Springfield College Fund, you put your money to work where it matters most to you.

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Giving Designations

Where Springfield College Needs It Most

Gifts in this area give Springfield College the flexibility to direct funds to parts of the budget that need critical, immediate support. Every gift in this area has significant impact, keeping the Springfield College experience strong across the board.

Academic Enrichment

Gifts in this area support our students’ classroom experience and benefit teaching and learning by providing funds for academic departments.

Financial Aid - Undergraduate or Graduate

Gifts in this area ensure that Springfield College is able to admit and educate students based on their strengths and their potential—not on their ability to pay. In 2018-19, a total of $32 million was awarded in need-based institutional aid to Springfield College students.

Campus Facilities

Gifts in this area go towards maintaining the grounds, preserving our historic buildings, and protecting the natural characteristics of our campus.

Student Life

Gifts in this area support activities that enrich student life outside of the classroom, such as the Student Government Association, Best of Broadway, Leadership Training Conferences, club sports, and many more.

Technology and Teaching Tools

Gifts in this area help to provide and maintain laboratory equipment, computers, software, and mediated classrooms.

World-Class Faculty

Gifts in this area help Springfield College support excellent professors and maintain a student-to-faculty ratio of 12:1 (thus keeping classes small).