Most graduate students will share a living space with one or more apartment/housemates, each with individual bedrooms. There also are accommodations for married students (without children). Wi-Fi, basic cable, and maintenance are all included in the occupancy fee.
In order to live in graduate housing
- You must be an accepted full-time graduate student.
- You must have submitted the $800 non-refundable housing deposit.
Once the housing deposit is submitted and you have completed your online housing contract, you are eligible for housing placement. Please allow two weeks to receive this information. If you have not received this information after that time, contact the Office of Housing and Residence Life at (413) 748-3102 or email us at email@example.com.
Note: Graduate housing placement is offered on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Graduate Housing Options
Each of the on-campus graduate housing offerings provide the following services.
Each off-campus apartment/house has a security alarm system that is connected to the Springfield College Department of Public Safety. Escort service is also provided by the Department of Public Safety for students walking through the campus during evening hours. As part of the check-in process, a representative from either the Department of Public Safety or the Office of Housing and Residence Life will provide you with instructions as to how to activate the alarm.
Free laundry facilities are located near all College housing areas.
All graduate students are encouraged to sign up for an on-campus mailbox, located in the Flynn Campus Union. Students may sign up through the Springfield College Post Office.
Towne Health Center
The Towne Health Center provides medical services to all full-time graduate students.
The Counseling Center provides counseling services to all full-time graduate students.