Click here if you are not redirected. Student Organizations Numerous opportunities exist for student participation in the planning and implementation of diverse social, cultural, recreational, and educational programs. Involvement in student organizations, governing bodies, and class boards enables students to meet and interact with other students, apply classroom theories to real-life situations, acquire life-long skills and interests, learn more about themselves, and make valuable contributions to the Springfield College and greater communities. Information about how you can become involved in any of these organizations is available in the Office of Student Activities & Campus Union (Richard B. Flynn Campus Union, Room 209/213) and the Student Government Association Office (Richard B. Flynn Campus Union, Room 204). To find out more about clubs and organizations on campus, please contact Samantha Silva, SGA Vice President for Student Organizations at Samantha Silva

Governing Bodies

Student Government Association (SGA)

SGA provides a forum to unify the student body, promote the interests and welfare of the student body, and guide and finance student activities on campus.

Class Boards – 2012, 2013, 2014, and 2015

Class Boards serve their class, manage, and raise funds for activities that reflect the interests of, as well as the advancement of, their respective class.

Graduate Student Organization

The Graduate Student Organization (GSO) represents and serves the graduate students of Springfield College. The GSO creates and facilitates both academic and social co-curricular activities to enhance the experiences of graduate students at Springfield College.

Academic Interest Student Organizations

Applied Exercise Science Club

The applied Exercise Science Club actively supports the academic and professional development of the students in the Applied Exercise Science major, related majors and any student with an interest in the field.

Athletic Training Club

Athletic Training Club provides peer-based supplemental exposure to the profession of Athletic Training while engaging its members in multiple facets of the Springfield College Humanics experience.

Criminal Justice Club

The purpose of the Criminal Justice Club is to allow students at Springfield College to participate in a club where they can further their knowledge of criminal justice through a variety of extracurricular activities including speakers and day trips.

Education Club

Currently in review process for recognition. Description coming soon.

Physical Education Health Education Majors Club

Physical Education Health Education Majors Club works to further professional development in the physical education profession and to offer guidance (both academically and professionally), support and encouragement to underclassmen and new students.

Physician Assistant Student Organization (PASO)

PASO facilitates and promotes the knowledge of the physician assistant profession to the community, as well as, the social, emotional, and spiritual aspects to the student body.

Pre-Medical Scholars

Pre-Med Scholars serves as a support and network for students interested in pursuing a career in the medical field.

Psychology Club

The Psychology Club encourages students’ knowledge of the field of Psychology and provides an outlet for Psychology majors to interact with their peers and faculty members, along with upholding the prestige of the Psy Chi National Honor Society.

Society for the Advancement of Management

The purpose of this organization is to provide an opportunity for aspiring leaders who endeavor to enter into the business world to gain career-perpetuating experience and knowledge, while concurrently disseminating a campus-wide presence of the business management concentration for current and future Springfield College scholars. Furthermore, this organization will uphold the college’s mission to humanity through various forms civic engagement.

Sport Management Club

The Sport Management Club works to enhance students' educational opportunities through sport management related activities and advance future career opportunities.

Student Occupational Therapy Association (SOTA)

SOTA provides information and awareness about the field of occupational therapy and the Springfield College program to fellow students and the community.

Student Physical Therapy Organization

Student Physical Therapy Organization promotes the professional development of the Pre-Physical Therapy and Physical Therapy students at Springfield College through sponsored student professional events and programs.

Therapeutic Recreation Club

The Therapeutic Recreation and Recreation Management Club is to provide students at Springfield College with opportunities to enhance practical knowledge of the field, engage in networking opportunities, and implement special programs for the greater Springfield community, including special recreation programs.

YMCA Club

YMCA Club is an organization that allows students to continue a relationship with the YMCA while educating them about the organization outside of the classroom. The club will familiarize students with the organization and their place within it. The club will also recognize needs and interests of its members while creating programs.

Special Interest Student Organizations

Best Buddies

Best Buddies is an organization dedicated to enhancing the lives of people with intellectual disabilities by providing one to one friendships and integrated employment.

Environmental Club

The Environmental Club provides opportunities for students, faculty, and alumni to take an active role in preserving and restoring the environment, makes a difference in our world for what we believe in, gains awareness of environmental concerns that face people locally, nationally, and internationally, teaches students how to become meaningful advocates of the environment; and promotes insight of human cultures, animal and plant life, and their interactions with the environment.

Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)

Fellowship of Christian Athletes is an organization dedicated to learning how the Christian faith applies to sports and other aspects of life within an open atmosphere of fellowship.

Habitat for Humanity

Habitat for Humanity supports the greater organization that aims to eradicate poverty- level housing from the world and to make suitable housing a reality for all those in need.

International Student Organization (ISO)

ISO provides education, cultural, and recreational activities to all students and helps international students in studying, living, and leisure experiences at Springfield College.

Men’s Center

Currently in review process for recognition. Description coming soon.

Newman Community

Newman Community provides opportunities for members of the Springfield College family to engage in Christian fellowship and spiritual growth through varied activities and programs sponsored by the organization.

Pride Alliance (GLBTQ Alliance)

Currently in review process for recognition. Description coming soon.

Pride Dance Team

Description coming soon.

SC Dancers

SC Dancers help produce one quality dance concert every year in conjunction with the Visual and Performing Arts Department for the Springfield College community.

SC Glee Club

SC Glee Club is an organization that allows students to develop their musical skills in a positive and supportive atmosphere. Members are given the opportunity to display their skills in performance.

SC Hillel

Hillel provides educational programs and events around the Jewish faith.

SC Outing Club

Outing Club provides students and faculty of the college opportunities to experience the outdoors. These experiences are provided under the guidance of qualified trip leaders while attempting to affect the environment as minimally as possible.

Springfield College Outreach Committee (SCOC)

SCOC offers students the opportunity to experience social injustices, specifically in terms of poverty and oppression in a third world setting. The organization spends a week- long period living with a small indigenous group of people in southeastern Mexico during Spring Break.

Springfield College Service Corps (SCSC)

The purpose of this student organization is to offer all members of the Springfield College Community opportunities through leadership and community service to further the Humanics Philosophy.

Student Society for Bridging Differences (SSBD)

SSBD works to bridge the gap between students from different ethnic and cultural backgrounds. The organization promotes greater understanding and tolerance for individual and group differences and aims to create strong bonds between Springfield College and the surrounding community.

Students Against Violence Everywhere (SAVE)

SAVE is an organization that fosters awareness throughout the Springfield College community about different types of violence on college campuses and in society.

Special Events Student Organizations

Best of Broadway

Best of Broadway presents two high- quality musicals, one each semester. The shows are run by Springfield College students and presented for the entire Springfield College community and the public.

Campus Activities Board (CAB)

CAB provides all students of the Springfield College community social, recreational, and educational programs throughout the year.

Leadership Training Conference (LTC)

LTC is an organization that designs and facilitates a training conference, which develops and strengthens the leadership potential of the student body.

Pre-Camp

Pre-Camp is an organization that provides a gateway to college, separate from New Student Orientation, centering on personal relationships and close friends.

SC Backstage

SC Backstage is an organization that brings large-scale concerts to campus. Past performers include O.A.R., Fuel, Wyclef Jean, and Bruno Mars.

Sti-Yu-Ka (Spring Week)

Sti-Yu-Ka is an organization that provides a wide variety of activities to the campus community during the annual spring week. Activities are provided free of charge to any student of Springfield College and provide entertainment that brings the campus together in unity.

Campus Student Media and Publications

Massasoit Yearbook

Massasoit Yearbook is designed as the official yearbook of Springfield College. It is therefore, published for and by, the student body of Springfield College. It is published under the authorization of the Springfield College Student Government Association.

Springfield Student - Springfield College Student Newspaper

The Springfield Student is the official newspaper of the student body. It is designated as a primary communication piece for the campus and serves as an educational tool for those students contributing to the newspaper.

WSCB 89.9 FM

WSCB 89.9 FM is the campus radio station. WSCB is utilized as an avenue for students to gain communications experience and leadership skills. Additionally, the station is used as an avenue to communicate any official Springfield College club, administrative and departmental announcements.