Left to right, Springfield College Trustee Emeritus Lyman Wood, current Springfield College Student Trustee Jonathan Reidy, Springfield College President Mary-Beth Cooper, Springfield Mayor Domenic Sarno, and Springfield College Trustee James H. Ross III help cut the ribbon.
Springfield College hosted an Open House and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on Wednesday, Oct. 21, in recognition of its new office space at 1350 Main Street in downtown Springfield.
Springfield College President Mary-Beth Cooper joined Springfield Mayor Domenic Sarno in leading the ribbon-cutting ceremony. Both Cooper and Sarno highlighted the College’s strong and rich commitment to the city of Springfield. Tours of the new office and conference room space were available for the individuals in attendance.
The College believes by working with the city, its community organizations, and their leaders, the College plays an active role in providing support that ensures the growth and development so crucial to the future of the City of Springfield and its neighboring communities. The downtown office will assist the College in working more closely with city officials, organizations, and schools. It will provide new opportunities for experiential learning and collaborative planning.