CC-Springfield closed tonight, June 22
posted 4:25pm June 22, 2017

Due to an unanticipated electrical issue, the Cambridge College Springfield location at Tower Square will be closed this evening. All classes this evening JUNE 22nd are cancelled and offices will be closed.

Please check your Cambridge College email, our Facebook page and your phone for RAVE alerts for updates. We apologize for this inconvenience and appreciate your cooperation during this time.

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    Dina Morris, Assistant Director of Cambridge College Springfield, participated in a roundtable discussion with William O’Donnell and others in June 2017.
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Scholarship News
We’ve added information about another scholarship for veterans on our Veterans Benefits page. Apply now and you could be awarded $1,000 to help you pay for college. Be sure to take advantage of all the benefits we offer veterans.
Faculty News
Robert Goldberg -- Koch Chair, Executive in Residence, and MBA Executive Director at the Cambridge College School of Management -- spoke at the Canadian Embassy, Canadian Technology Accelerator on June 7 in New York City. His topic was: Hurdles Companies can Avoid When Entering the US Market. It is based on research and an article he wrote on the subject.
Alumni Spotlight
Have you ever wondered about the life experiences of other people who look different than you? When we meet someone for the first time, we prejudge and lump them accordingly. We fail to take into consideration their life story. What made them into the human they have become? Many years ago, I went to see a live performance of a Christian play at a local church. While standing in line to enter the theater, there was a man dressed in ragged clothing, dirty, holding a cup and asking for money or food.