Interested in connecting with a financial aid staff member?

We will be offering phone appointments every 10 minutes from 12:00 PM to 3:00 PM (Eastern Time) on September 27, 2020 and look forward to speaking with you. Please click on a counselor's link below to schedule a call-back appointment. For general inquiries, a staff member will also be available at 413-748-3108.

We know there’s a lot to keep track of when you’re applying for college and seeking financial aid. So, we want to ease that process by providing you with important information — from filling out the Common Application all the way to the enrollment deposit.

Fill out the Common Application. (Please note: There are a variety of early decision deadlines, especially for our physical therapy, physician assistant, and occupational therapy programs.)

Fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (known as FAFSA).

There are several opportunities to apply for financial aid and clear deadlines for each.

Depending on whether you are early decision, rolling admissions, or another kind of candidate, there are different deadlines for financial aid and for enrollment deposit.

Check in with our helpful Admissions counselors and/or Financial Aid staff to find out specific dates of when you need to act on the steps described above.

In 1956, Senator John F. Kennedy delivered the address at the 70th Commencement at Springfield College. He spoke to 350 members of the senior and graduate classes who received their degree that day. Kennedy would go on to become the 35th President of the United States.

In 1956, Senator John F. Kennedy delivered the address at the 70th Commencement at Springfield College. He spoke to 350 members of the senior and graduate classes who received their degree that day. Kennedy would go on to become the 35th President of the United States.

In 1956, Senator John F. Kennedy delivered the address at the 70th Commencement at Springfield College. He spoke to 350 members of the senior and graduate classes who received their degree that day. Kennedy would go on to become the 35th President of the United States.

Check Out Our Financial Aid Opportunities

Most of our students are eligible for some type of aid, whether a grant, scholarship, work study program, or loan. Navigating the financial aid process can be overwhelming for anyone. Our financial aid counselors are here to make the process manageable for you.

We offer a variety of scholarships and academic awards that could carry though all four years, as well as many kinds of one-time scholarships.

The My Financial Aid portal will be available in the coming weeks. In the meantime, our staff would be happy to answer any of your financial aid-related questions. We are looking forward to helping you through this process.

You can access your My Financial Aid account to get information on everything from accepting your awards to viewing scholarship opportunities. (You should receive your log-in credentials after completing your admission application.)

From the My Financial Aid account, you can, among other tasks:

  • Upload required documents
  • Accept your awards
  • Track your application materials
  • View important messages about your financial aid

 

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Take a closer look at financial aid options

  Questions? Contact us.

Admissions: admissions@springfield.edu or (413) 748-3136
Financial Aid: financialaid@springfield.edu or (413) 748-3108