Richard B. Flynn Campus Union
A central location for student services and activities, groundbreaking for the Richard B. Flynn Campus Union occurred on June 13, 2008. The newly constructed facility opened on January 19, 2010, and was dedicated on February 4, 2010.
The Richard B. Flynn Campus Union is the final new construction project of the College’s recently completed comprehensive campaign. The 58,500-square-foot building includes space for student programs, organizations, and activities; international programs; and the Career Center. Featured are a food court for casual dining and snack service, a bookstore, a post office, a lounge and activity space, and a large multi-purpose room overlooking Lake Massasoit.
The Field House Within the Wellness and Recreation Complex
The 93,820-square-foot Field House, located within the Wellness and Recreation Complex, incorporates a six-lane running track, four multi-purpose courts, each with the ability to be closed off by a netting system, locker rooms, strength and conditioning facilities, storage, concessions, and restrooms.
The Wellness Center Within the Wellness and Recreation Complex
The 47,840-square-foot Wellness Center, located closest to Alden Street in the Wellness and Recreation Complex, offers cardio and weight-training space, a climbing wall, four multi-purpose teaching/activity spaces, and a faculty office complex.
Athletic Training/Exercise Science Complex
The two-story 18,900-square-foot complex provides students and faculty with interactive and experiential learning environments as well as dedicated research space for the study of all aspects of wellness and human performance. The athletics training room provides student-athletes access to athletic health care at the highest level. Learn about our athletic training and exercise science equipment.
Schoo-Bemis Science Center
Springfield College's science center has united departments and heightened interdisciplinary communication. State-of-the-art laboratories and ample lecture space provide flexibility to accommodate evolving pedagogical approaches and promote cross-fertilization of ideas. The Schoo-Bemis Science Center encourages much more than "doing science." Students have the tools to explore, model, simulate, and use data for research and access to technology via media and network connections in all teaching and learning spaces.
Fuller Arts Center
Springfield College unveiled the remodeled Fuller Arts Center, the site of visual and performing arts and other academic programs, at a ceremony in the Center’s Appleton Auditorium in March 2009.
The $1.2 million renovation was supported with a lead gift from the George F. and Sybil H. Fuller Foundation, and included a significantly expanded entryway and foyer, with a new façade of glass, brick, and limestone. It will be the site of receptions, art exhibitions, other college programs, and events that are open to the public.
In Appleton Auditorium, the Center’s performance space, there is a new computerized stage lighting system and the floor has been raised to improve stage visibility. The stage has a new floor and curtains, and the seating area has new carpeting. Enhancing sound are a new ceiling, sound system, and acoustical wall panels. New paint and finishes have been added throughout.