Regional and Online Bachelor’s Admissions
Earn your bachelor's degree.
The Springfield College regional and online degree programs are designed to meet the academic needs of adults returning to school. With the ability to transfer in undergraduate credits and earn credit for knowledge gained through work and life experiences, you can finish in as little 16 months.
Once you've determined your campus and your program, let us help you through the admissions process. Begin your journey today by reviewing the admissions requirements, financial aid information, and submitting your application.
1. Complete the free online application.
2. Provide proof of high school diploma or equivalent (GED/HiSET) certificate.
3. Request all official college transcripts from previously attended institutions.
Please note we require that regional and online undergraduate students have a minimum of 15 transferable credits to be eligible for admission. For questions, please contact the Office of Regional and Online Admissions at (877) 347-5204 or email@example.com.
Bring Credit With You
Springfield College seeks to make your college transition as easy as possible. There aren't many schools that will allow you to apply as many as 75 credits toward your degree. These credits can come from a mixture of earned credit from regionally accredited institutions, or from prior learning claims.
Springfield College accepts transfer credits from any regionally accredited college for courses in which you earned a C- or better. You can transfer in credit from multiple colleges as long as they are regionally accredited, which means they are recognized by one of the six US Department of Education accrediting bodies.
Prior Learning Credit
Springfield College also values the experience you bring to the program with you from professional and life experiences. Do you have a military background? Do you speak a second language? Have you taken part in professional trainings? We have a process in place for claiming these and other valuable learning experiences for credit. Learn more about the process for earning credit for prior learning here.
Undergraduate Admissions Requirements/Criteria
To be admitted into the Undergraduate Program students must have a high school diploma or GED and have a minimum of 15 equivalent college credits from any combination of the following:
- Official college transcripts from a regionally accredited institution with a GPA of 2.0 or higher.
- International post-secondary transcripts officially certified by World Education Services (WES), the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES), or Josef Silny & Associates, Inc.
- Official Joint Services Transcripts (JST), Community College of the Air Force (CCAF) Transcripts, Coast Guard Institute Transcripts, or American Council on Education (ACE) recommendations.
- CLEP, DANTES/DSST college-equivalency examination results, or other industry standardized testing results.
- Credits earned through professional or organizational training programs or industry-recognized licensure programs that Springfield College has an established articulation in place. For example, CDA, Police Academies, Community Action Partnership, National Head Start, Certified Addictions Counselor, Substance Abuse Counselor, BEST Apprenticeship Program, CADAC, LAC, LCDC, CSAC, CNA, LPN, RN, or the YMCA. Students may have additional transfer opportunities and should check with their Admissions Assistant.
- Licensure and training programs other than those already reviewed and evaluated by Springfield College will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis, a $200 fee is required.
- Credits will not be posted to the student’s official Springfield College transcript until they completed one term.