Graduate Study Tuition, Fees, and Other Expenses
The cost of attendance at Springfield College varies with the individual’s graduate program and personal expenditures such as entertainment, travel, and personal supplies. Some of the fees and expenses are outlined below.
A fee of $50 must accompany each application for admission to the College. The application fee is nonrefundable.
A deposit of $200 is required at the time of acceptance for graduate study at the College. This deposit will be applied to the student’s tuition for the first semester and is nonrefundable.
Graduate students must pay the cost of preparing their research reports, including such expenses as thesis paper, typing the final report, and other special expenses that might be involved in some programs of research. Students may apply for reimbursement of fundable expenses (e.g., mailing costs) via the Graduate Student Research Fund. Application deadlines are April 1 and December 1. Application forms are available in the Office of Graduate Studies.
Graduate students are charged for tuition on a semester-hour basis, which includes the cost of instruction, fieldwork supervision in schools and social agencies, guidance services (educational and vocational testing, remedial instruction, and counseling), placement assistance, and use of athletic equipment. Visit the Business Office for Tuition and Fees.