C.A.R.E. is dedicated to learning about the Springfield community, engaging in thought-provoking service experiences, and making friends. With a variety of service projects every month, students will be able to choose and lead initiatives they are passionate about. C.A.R.E. is open to all students, and all service projects qualify to fulfill mandatory service hours.
Alpha Lambda Delta is a national honor society for men and women which honors and encourages commendable academic achievement during the first year of college. Its purpose is to promote not only intelligent living, but also a high standard of integrity. It further encourages students in recognizing and developing meaningful goals for their unique roles in society.
The Historical Society promotes the interest of history in all students, regardless of their major. The Historical Society. The Society actively encourages and contributes to the deep motivation, interests, and studies in history, and believes that historical knowledge is an important part of life for all members.
This club offers a variety of activities to students interested in the field of law or attending law school. The club has sponsored mock trials, law school visits, and a chance to shadow a law student for a day. The society sponsors a trip to the Law School Forum held each year in Boston. The club also hosts guests to speak about such issues as the law school admissions process and the Law School Admissions Test.