Want to connect with other graduate students?

Get involved with the Graduate Student Organization (GSO), a student-run group designed to represent and serve the graduate students of Springfield College.

Graduate students at a barbecue event at East Campus of Springfield College

In representation of the graduate class, the GSO identifies and protects the rights and interests of graduate students as a liaison to Springfield College administration. In service to the graduate class, the GSO creates and facilitates both academic and social co-curricular activities to enhance the experiences of graduate students at Springfield College.

The Graduate Student Association holds numerous social events, like barbecues and planned socials, throughout the academic year to create a community for graduate students. The GSO seeks to financially support graduate students in their professional development, in addition to connecting students with resources available for them. These resources include the graduate student support group at the Counseling Center and the Pride Pantry.  


The Graduate Student Organization (GSO) represents all graduate students enrolled at Springfield College. All Springfield College graduate students who pay the required student activities fee are members of the GSO. As a member of the GSO, graduate students are allowed to take advantage of GSO services and participate in GSO activities. All members of the GSO are also eligible to serve as an officer of the GSO and may serve on any GSO committee.

Contact the GSO with any questions, comments, concerns, or requests at gso@springfieldcollege.edu.

Meet Your E-Board


Cam Labelle

Year: 2nd-year graduate student
Program: Student Affairs Administration
Graduate Assistantship: Student Activities
Undergraduate Institution: Springfield College, '18
Undergraduate Major: Sports biology
Interests: Spending time at the East Campus Outdoor Learning Center, attending Springfield College athletic events, watching all kinds of sports
Contact: clabelle@springfield.edu

Cam Labelle

Corinna Kraemer

Year: 2nd-year graduate student
Program: Student Affairs Administration
Graduate Assistantship: Campus Activities and Student Leadership
Undergraduate Institution: University of Connecticut, '18
Undergraduate Major: Psychology and Environmental Health
Interests: Art, reading fiction, psychology, animals
Contact: ckraemer@springfield.edu

Corinna Kraemer

R. John Reidy

Year: 2nd-year graduate student
Program: Industrial-Organizational Psychology
Graduate Assistantship: Office of YMCA Relations
Undergraduate Institution: Springfield College, '13
Undergraduate Major: General Studies, concentration in Social Science
Interests: Rock climbing, hiking/backpacking, adventure in all its various forms, microbrews and distilleries, woodworking, exploring new places
Contact: rreidy@springfield.edu

R. John Reidy

James Harnsberger, Ph.D.

Associate Vice President for Graduate Education, Grants, and Sponsored Research
Doctoral Institution:
University of Michigan
Interests: Linguistics, forensics, research
Contact: jharnsberger@springfield.edu

James Harnsberger