Fellowship, Assistant Positions and Scholarship Opportunities
There are several types of financial opportunities at Springfield College in the form of graduate fellowships and graduate assistant positions.
Graduate fellowships carry a full or partial tuition waiver and include a stipend. Graduate assistant positions are hourly jobs and have no tuition waiver.
Many offices and departments across campus provide these opportunities for students, including those in the list below. For a more comprehensive list and more information, please contact Graduate Admissions and/or go to springfieldcollege.edu/home.nsf/fellowship.
- Academic Success Center
- Admissions intern, Office of Admissions
- Academic Advising, Academic Affairs Office
- Counseling intern, Counseling Department
- Graduate Admissions Office
- Psychology Department: see the chair
- Residence director, Department of Residence Life
- Student Affairs Office
- Student Activities Office
- Student Volunteer Programs
The Clinical Mental Health Program also has a part time fellowship. For more information on this fellowship, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org . This position is not available every year.
AmeriCorps Program at Springfield College
The Springfield College AmeriCorps Program is open to all graduate students. Members serve in the local community and receive a monthly stipend and an education award.
To download an application, click here Americorps application.
All-college Graduate Scholarship
Each year, four All-College Graduate Scholarships are made available to graduate students. The selection criteria include both academic accomplishment and professional promise. Financial need is not an influencing factor. Applications for All-College Graduate Scholarships are available from the Office of Graduate Admissions. The application deadline is April 1 for the following academic year. New and returning students are eligible to apply. Springfield College grants are available on a very limited basis. Factors taken into consideration are the student's program of study, level of need and prior academic achievement. The College does not guarantee funding to all eligible applicants. Applicants must complete the financial aid application process for consideration. Download the All College Graduate Scholarship Form.
Psychology Department Scholarships
Each year, several scholarships are available through the Psychology Department. Please check with the Psychology Department for current application deadline. Returning students are eligible and encouraged to apply. The College does not guarantee funding to all eligible applicants. Applicants must complete the financial aid application and the Psychology Department Scholarship Application to be considered.
Graduate fellowship positions that carry a full or partial tuition waiver plus a stipend, and graduate assistant positions that provide a stipend, are available in the following offices or departments: Academic Success Center, Athletic Counseling, Athletics Department, Center for Youth Development and Research, Counseling Center, and Psychology Department. Not all positions are open every year. Each department or office conducts its own search for graduate fellowship or graduate assistant positions. It is a good idea to apply online and follow up directly by calling about each position.
In addition to these positions, others are available on campus at springfieldcollege.edu/home.nsf/fellowship.
Please note: Applicants who apply by January may receive priority for graduate fellowship and graduate assistant positions. Some positions have other application deadlines.