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  Aug 20, 2017
 
 
    
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2015-2016 Springfield College Student Handbook [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Campus Services for Students


On-campus Banking

Transportation

Parking Facilities

 

On-campus Banking

Bank of America provides an automated teller machine (CIRRUS and NYCE network) located inside the lower level of Richard B. Flynn Campus Union, next to the Bistro and is available during general hours of operation. The College assumes no liability with respect to the use of the ATM and/or injuries which may result therein. Representatives from area banks are on campus at the beginning of the fall semester to assist students who wish to open accounts.

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Transportation

Contact:     Yellow Cab      

Phone:        (413) 748-9999

Springfield College has partnered with Yellow Cab to establish the Easy Rider program. This service allows students to use their ID cards as a way to charge their Springfield College student accounts for cab rides. The intention of the program is to provide students with a safe and unencumbered way to go to movies, out to dinner, shopping or to other social destinations. Students should communicate with their parent(s) about these travels, as the cost will be place on the student bill.

 

Contact:     Zipcar

Springfield College is partnering with Zipcar to provide students with access to convenient transportation.  Students can sign up for a Zipcar membership online.

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Parking Facilities

All motor vehicles parked on campus must be registered with the Department of Public Safety. Only sophomores, juniors, seniors, and graduate students may have cars on campus. First-year students may not have cars on campus without the approval of public safety. Parking is restricted to the lot(s) assigned by public safety. Parking regulations are enforced by the issuing of tickets, fines, booting devices, and towing. Vehicles parked in a fire lane, handicapped parking area, tow zone, or other designated “No Parking” area are subject to being booted or towed at any time without prior notice. In addition, any vehicle parked anywhere on campus, including a resident lot, which has accumulated parking violations in excess of three in one academic year, is subject to being booted or towed at any time without prior notice. Having a motor vehicle on campus is a privilege granted by the College and subject to revocation by the chief of the Department of Public Safety at anytime for just cause.

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