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Graduate HousingThe College encourages graduate students to live in, College-owned housing in an effort to create a strong, vibrant campus community. Four types of graduate housing are available at Springfield College.
The Graduate Living Center contains six apartment suites for groups of four graduate students per suite. Each fully furnished suite has a private entrance, a kitchen/dining room, a cable-ready, common living room, two bathrooms, and four bedrooms with separate telephone hookups and voice mail.
An adjacent building has a laundry room and a common room. These units blend the independence of apartment-style living with regard for economy.
College-owned apartments are located within easy walking distance of the campus. Each offers two to four private bedrooms; a living room; kitchen; and bathroom. The apartments are furnished with beds, desks, dressers, chairs, sofas, and appliances. Laundry facilities are also available nearby.
The rent for the academic year includes heat and utilities. Students wishing to rent these units for the academic year are required to sign a nine-month or twelve-month lease and to pay a deposit. Applications for graduate housing are processed through the Office of Residence Life. Assignments are made on a first-come, first-served basis.
DiningThe College provides three meal plan options to resident students and two options to nonresident students. All meal
plan options use the debit system and include access to all dining and snack services on weekdays and weekends.
For more information, please visit the Office of Residence Life.
Housing CostsVisit the Business Office for housing fees.
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