• Welcome back to fall term!
    Classes start 9/8. Add/drop and health insurance deadlines are 9/15. See all important dates in September.
  • Robert Goldberg Named as Koch Chair
    Cambridge College has named business executive, innovation expert and entrepreneur Robert M. Goldberg as Koch Chair, Executive in Residence, and MBA Executive Director at its School of Management.
  • The real world is your classroom at Cambridge College
    See how our undergraduate and graduate students helped a local restaurant expand its catering business through our student-run consulting group.
  • New Alcohol & Drug Counseling Program
    CC-Springfield announces one-year certificate program in response to the region’s need. Learn more at our next Open House or call us at 413-747-0204
  • New LMHC Licensure Changes to Affect Many
    A small window of opportunity exists to pursue a career as a Mental Health and Human Services professional under existing licensure rules.
  • Cambridge College awarded Davis Educational Foundation Grant
    The grant will support development of the Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching.

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Sep 27 2016 - 11:00am
CC - Springfield
Sep 28 2016 - 5:30pm
CC - Springfield
School Spotlight
Can we use math to prove God exists? Do we want to? One former student of mine thought it was a sacrilege to even try to do so. But God and math go back a long time. While not dealing with a deity per say, Pythagoras made math a religion, his cult preaching that “everything was number.” Leibniz, the co-inventor of calculus, proclaimed...
Program Spotlight
Cambridge College - Springfield Regional Center Director Teresa (Terrie) Forte discusses the new Alcohol and Drug Counseling Program on ABC 40. While this program has been offered at the Cambridge, MA, campus for some time, it is new to the Springfield location....
Alumni Spotlight
Dave Rattigan, MM’16, had a variety of professional accomplishments before realizing he needed a master’s degree to pursue a desired career. As a stand-up comic, entrepreneur, award-winning journalist and adjunct professor, he found the classroom learning at Cambridge College could be readily applied to his own real-life business.