Aug 22, 2019  
2018-2019 Springfield College Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2018-2019 Springfield College Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Academic Support


 

Academic Advising

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Academic advising is considered an integral part of a student’s academic experience. Prior to beginning their first semester, all matriculated (degree-seeking) students are assigned an academic advisor, generally a faculty member in the student’s major. The academic advisor and the student will work together to evaluate the student’s educational development, select appropriate courses of study, and attempt to meet the student’s educational goals. Advisors are available to guide and support students, but it is the responsibility of each student to be familiar with academic policies and programs and to assume responsibility for his or her academic program.

Exploratory Studies / Undeclared majors are advised through the Academic Advising Office. When a student is accepted into a new major, a new academic advisor will generally be assigned by the chairperson of the student’s new major.

Students must consult with their academic advisor before registering for courses or making changes to their academic schedule. Advisor approval/registration clearance is required on all course requests and change-of-schedule forms.

For more information, you may also click here to visit the Academic Advising home page.

Academic Success Center

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The Academic Success Center (ASC) plays a significant role in supporting the intellectual and academic life of Springfield College students. Offering a broad array of services, the ASC provides academic support for all Springfield College students in their pursuit of academic excellence and helps students maximize their learning opportunities and realize their academic potential.  The Center provides a safe and nurturing environment where students can readily access services to support their learning. There are ten distinct services with the Academic Success Center:  

Tutorial Services:

Disability & Accessibility Services:

Academic Coaching Program

  • The Academic Coaching Program is available to help students improve time management and learning strategies.  

  • The Academic Progress Program provides assistance and support for the students in academic jeopardy to help improve their academic skills, performance and standing.

MTEL Assistance Program

  • The MTEL Assistance Program provides support for students preparing to take the Massachusetts Tests for Educator Licensure®.  

The Academic Success Center is located on the third floor of the Learning Commons 300 and can be contacted at 413-748-3389 or ASC@springfieldcollege.edu.  More detailed descriptions of its services can be found on its website:  http://springfield.edu/academic-success-center

Hours:

Monday-Thursday, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Sunday, 4-9 p.m.