UMass Amherst Center at Springfield

Take your career to the next level.

We’re here for you when you’re ready. Your success is what we measure ours by. 

Let us help you navigate the UMass application process.

Springfield’s revitalization is important to UMass. That’s why we’re here. 

When I graduated from UMass Amherst, I wanted to enroll in an accelerated Master’s program. With TEACH 180 Days I had a teacher mentor, got hands-on classroom experience and earned my Master’s degree in one year–all while taking classes at the Springfield Center. That experience was especially helpful now as we look at innovative ways to deliver learning to students.

Patrick R., ’14 BS, ’15 TEACH 180, Springfield Renaissance School Teacher


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Specializing in helping degree-seeking adults achieve success through individualized programs.

Nusing Program

Leading the way in nursing education at the undergraduate, master’s, and doctoral levels for over 60 years.

Teach 180 Days

A 36-credit program leading to a master’s degree and provisional secondary teacher licensure in just one school year. 

Isenberg MBA Program

Offering Isenberg’s highly rated, flexible, and convenient program without sacrificing superior instruction or academic rigor.  

Recent News

Cast of "Rock the Boat" (Photo by Willow O'Feral)

On Sunday, Nov. 22, at 3 p.m. ET, the UMass Fine Arts Center premieres a family-friendly, virtual, film screening of “Rock the Boat” by Sandglass Theater.

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A University of Massachusetts Amherst researcher has teamed up with a researcher at Michigan Technological University to develop a method using proteins to keep vaccines stable without the need to refrigerate them.

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With Thanksgiving approaching, the Public Health Promotion Center is providing travel guidance and COVID-19 testing information for the winter break and spring preparations.

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In response to new measures aimed at minimizing increases in COVID-19 cases in the state, Jeff Hescock, executive director of environmental health and safety, and Ann Becker, public health director, sent an email to the UMass Amherst community outlining how these measures should be observed on campus.