Report from Springfield College
The Massasoit Monthly is a summary of Springfield College events and issues
that are of interest to alumni, parents, and friends of the institution.
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TRANSCRIPTS NOW AVAILABLE ONLINE
Springfield College alumni may now order transcripts from the office of the
registrar via the Internet.
To access this new service, log onto www.gettranscript.com
or to www.springfieldcollege.edu/homepage/dept.nsf/registrar.
This service, available for a fee of $6 per copy, is available 24 hours per
day, seven days per week, anywhere in the country. Transcript requests will
be processed within three business days and the transcript fee can be charged
to a major credit card. Questions about the service should be addressed to the
registrars office at (413) 748.3151.
SPRINGFIELD COLLEGE WINS $788,000 AMERICORPS GRANT
New Americorps grants to Springfield College totaling $788,000 will provide
financial aid to 30 graduate students and also infuse Springfield schools
and not-for-profit organizations with a talent pool of graduate student
help in many fields.Read More.
ALUMNI ASSOCIATION SEEKS
The office of Alumni Relations is accepting nomination forms for the four alumni
awards presented annually to individuals who distinguish themselves by service to the
College, community, state, nation, or field of athletics. Read More.
SPRINGFIELD COLLEGE TO USE ACALOG SYSTEM
Springfield College will implement acalogtmcatalog managemaent
software to assist with updating and maintainingundergraduate and graduate
catalogs. The college expects to launch a user-friendly on-line edition
of its catalogs in winter 2004. Read More.
SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK POST-MASTER'S CERTIFICATE PROGRAM
IN ADVANCED PRACTICE WITH CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS TO BEGIN IN JANUARY.
Designed for social workers, nurses, mental health professionals, school
counselors, and others who have earned master's degrees in related fields, the certificate program
is aimed at providing professionals with the opportunity to advance their knowledge
of clinical practice with children and adolescents. Participants will receive 90
CEUs. Applications are currently being accepted.
SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK OPEN HOUSE, January 22, 2004 from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Brennan Center
on Island Pond Road, Springfield.
THE SPRING 2004 WILLIAM SIMPSON FINE ARTS SERIES will begin January 21 with "transition,"
a survey of prints and drawings based on the human form, exhibited by Jack Coughlin at the William
Blizard Gallery. The spring series will also include student art exhibits, fiction reading, a film
tribute to Katherine Hepburn, and the Springfield College Theatre's performance of "The House of Blue Leaves"
at the Black Box Theatre. Read More.
DOTTIE POTTER ZENATY ANNOUNCES RETIREMENT The legendary field
hockey coach and educator, who will be inducted into the National Field
Hockey Coaches Association Hall Of Fame on January 9, will step down at
the conclusion of the 2003-2004 season. Read More.
AMERICAN FOOTBALL COACHES ASSOCIATION HONORS MIKE DELONG DeLong
is one of five Division III coaches nationally to be selected as a regional
coach of the year.Read More .
MEN'S BASKETBALL FALLS IN EXCITING HOLIDAY INN-NAISMITH CLASSIC FINAL
The Pride drops an 80-68 decision to national power Elizabethtown (Pa.)
despite 33 points from sophomore guard Derek Yvon.Read More .
WOMEN'S BASKETBALL SPLITS TWO GAMES IN HOLIDAY INN NAISMITH CLASSIC
Senior Guard Kelly McOmber and junior forward Kacey Wunsch are named to
the all-tournament team.Read More .
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