Office of Student Activities | Springfield College

Office of Student Activities

Working hard is important, but playing hard is important, too. At Springfield College, we don’t just understand that, we encourage it. We want to help our students make the most of their experience on campus, whether that’s pursuing a hobby, joining or leading a club or organization, attending on- or off-campus events, or just connecting with friends.

That’s where the Office of Student Activities and Campus Union comes in. From your first day at orientation to the moment you walk across the stage in your graduation cap and gown, our office can help make your college experience memorable. 

Explore all that we have to offer by visiting our office in the Flynn Campus Union or checking out the campus calendar.

New Student Orientation Leaders pose on the steps outside of the campus union
Get involved

Show off your leadership skills by getting involved with one of our clubs or organizations. You can become a New Student Orientation Leader, get involved with Pre-Camp, help plan activities as part of the Campus Activities Board (CAB), or have your voice heard in the Student Government Association.

Springfield College students have fun at bingo
Hang out

Looking for something to do? Swing by one of our events, which feature music, trivia, movies, games, food, bingo (a favorite!), comedians, and more. Our Week at a Glance emails sent right to your inbox make it easy to know what’s happening; the hard part is choosing what to do.

Springfield College students go snow tubing as part of the Office of Student Activities Events
See the world

Each semester, our office provides opportunities for you to venture off campus, whether it’s for a trip to go snow tubing, a day in New York City, or an adventure at Six Flags.

A student swings a hammer at a car as part of the whack-a-car event at Sti-Yu-Ka
Get excited for Sti-Yu-Ka

Around here, spring hasn’t officially sprung until Sti-Yu-Ka. Held each April, the week-long event features daily activities and culminates in the annual spring concert. Past performers have included Chase Bryant, Lil Dicky, T-Pain, and Lupe Fiasco.