Thank you for your interest in the Springfield College School of Arts, Sciences, and Professional Studies.

Within our school are eight departments dedicated to teaching and learning across a wide range of the traditional liberal arts disciplines, as well as a number of professional studies programs. Each department offers a choice of both majors and minors for concentrated study.

What unites all of our offerings is our collective dedication to Springfield College’s guiding mission. Whatever majors or minors our students choose, they can trust that a highly trained and dedicated faculty will meet them--inside and outside of the classroom--as whole people. At every level of undergraduate and graduate study, our philosophy of developing students in spirit, mind, and body for leadership in service to others is infused.

Today, we know our graduates enter a rapidly changing global society where they will face career challenges and job expectations currently not known. What remains unchanging is the value and marketability of core skills evident among the graduates of our School: strong critical thinking, writing, and speaking skills. Please take a few moments to explore the richness of our departments and programs. Let us know if we can assist you with any questions you may have about the School of Arts, Sciences, and Professional Studies at Springfield College. We are anxious to meet you!

Anne Herzog, Ph.D.
Dean, School of Arts, Sciences, and Professional Studies

William Simpson Fine Art Series

Experience the arts with magnificent work from artists and performers from both inside and outside the Springfield College community. Attendees will be dazzled by dance performances and theater presentations, captivated by art exhibitions and thought-provoking film, and delighted by concerts and literary events. Programs are open to the public and most events are free of charge.

William Simpson Fine Art Series Performance
2017

Arts and Humanities Speaker Series

The 2017 Arts and Humanities Speaker Series, made possible through the generosity of Carlton ’63 and Lucille Sedgeley, brought globally-recognized and celebrated speakers to Springfield College. The event featured Tuesdays with Morrie author Mitch Albom who spoke about his life's work.

Mitch Albom reads with a group of children in Haiti.