“Mrs. Powe is the type of person that you don’t mind doing anything for just because everything she does is so genuine … Everything she does is from the heart.”

You spoke. We listened. Now tell us how we did.

“Gene Connolly has devoted his career to educational leadership that supports colleague educators and promotes the development of healthy well-rounded students,” said Cooper of Connolly who has been diagnosed with and is battling ALS.

Ruth West, associate professor of computer graphics, spied an organization’s website she thought could use a tune up.

Springfield College Athletics Hall of Fame, Class of 2015

The Art and Madeline Slicer – Turnvereine Stein Collection

Keeping Pace with the President

Humanics Brings Coach Across the Country

Featured Stories

Possibilities Unfolding— Who Unlocked Your Potential?

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We asked our friends on social media to tell us who in the Springfield College community helped them discover their possibilities and realize their potential. Here are just some of the amazing faculty and administrators who made the grade—and a
difference for their students.

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You spoke.
We listened.

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Now tell us how we did!

The Principled
Principal

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Whether donning ugly sweaters or answering the telephones, Elias Brookings School Principal Terry Powe ’96 literally—and figuratively—answers the call five years after a tornado wiped out her former building.

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Tradition in the Face of Change

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President Cooper and students honor high school principal Gene Connolly ’79 for his service to Humanics and Springfield College tradition, even as he faces the greatest of changes.

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Digital Arts Students Provide
Community Service

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For the past 15 years, Ruth West’s Arts 190: Community Service Experience students have identified local agencies that could benefit from a new website or a redesign—free of charge.

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College Inducts 2015 Class
into Athletic Hall of Fame

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Meet the Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2015.

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Departments

President’s Perspective

President's Perspective

At Springfield College, we believe that, while it is important for any institution to remain relevant to its prospective audience, it is also important that an institution remain authentic and true to its mission. Read more.

Parade of Classes

Parade of Classes

 

In Memoriam

 

In Brief

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Big news doesn’t just occur on the campus. Check out what’s happening in Brief. Read more.

 

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