Jan 20, 2022  
2015-2016 School of Professional and Continuing Studies Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2015-2016 School of Professional and Continuing Studies Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Campus Locations


Each campus provides a full academic program and the student services that meet the particular needs of adult learners. Once admitted, a student may take classes at any of the campuses or transfer to any campus during the course of the program. All campuses offer programs leading to the degrees of a Bachelor of Science in Human Services or a Master of Science in Human Services, with the Tampa campus also offering a Master of Business Administration.

Each campus has its own special character, and some offer specialized concentrations. Before considering cross registration or transfer to another campus, students should consult with their advisor.

Campus locations include:

 

 

 

 


Boston, Massachusetts

The Boston Campus is located in the historic Schrafft Center on the north side of Boston off Interstate 93. The location makes the campus easily accessible to students commuting from throughout the Boston area, west from Worcester, and south from Rhode Island and eastern Connecticut.

Charleston, South Carolina

The Charleston Campus is located in the Centre Point area of North Charleston, overlooking the Ashley River, with easy access from Interstate 526. Students come to the campus from throughout the Carolinas and northern Georgia.

Houston, Texas

In partnership with the YMCA of Greater Houston, the Houston Campus shares facilities with the YMCA’s Philips Leadership Development Center in Houston, near the junction of Interstate 610 and US Route 290, just north of Interstate 10. The surrounding highway system makes possible convenient access to the campus from San Antonio and Austin in the west, Dallas in the north, and western Louisiana in the east.

Manchester, New Hampshire

The Manchester Campus is located in the largest city of New Hampshire, overlooking the Merrimack River in the historic Mill District. Utilizing Interstate 293, the Everett Turnpike, students are able to easily commute from throughout southern New Hampshire, southern Maine, and the Lowell/Lawrence region of northern Massachusetts.

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

The campus in Milwaukee is located in the historical Walker’s Point business district in close proximity to the 6th Street Viaduct Bridge.  Excellent highway connections via Interstates 94, 794, and 43 make the campus easily accessible throughout the Greater Milwaukee Metropolitan Area.

St. Johnsbury, Vermont

The only rural campus of the School is located in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont, just off Interstate 91, near the state’s border with New Hampshire. Students at the campus come from throughout central and northern Vermont as well as northern New Hampshire.

Southern California, Tustin, California

The newest campus of the School is located in historic Tustin in northern Orange County, near Santa Ana. The facility is a short distance from the 55, just north of its junction with the 5, making it convenient for students to get to the campus from San Diego in the south and Los Angeles and Santa Barbara in the north.

Springfield, Massachusetts

The Springfield Campus is located on the main campus of Springfield College, in Springfield, the third largest city in Massachusetts. Situated in the south central section of the Commonwealth, the campus serves students from throughout the western half of Massachusetts, eastern New York state, and all of Connecticut.

Tampa Bay, Florida

The facilities of the Tampa Bay Campus are located just off Martin Luther King, Jr., Boulevard in eastern Tampa. The campus brings together students from northern and southern Florida via Interstate 75 and from eastern and western Florida via Interstate 4, with the juncture of those interstates a short distance from the campus.

Wilmington, Delaware

The Wilmington Campus is located in the historic downtown section of the city, a short distance from the I 95 corridor as well as the New Jersey Turnpike, drawing students from throughout Delaware, Philadelphia and its suburbs, the southern half of New Jersey, Maryland, and Washington, D.C.