March 17, 2011 | Lindsey Clair, Moms in School | Leave a comment To kick off the spring season, I thought it would be fun to look at a few colleges with the word “spring” in the title.Â Not only is this amusing but it is very informational since one of these colleges may be of interest to you. Colleges Titled “Spring“ Spring Hill College Spring Arbor University Deep Springs College Spring Garden College Springfield College Spring College International Have you ever considered one of these colleges?Â Some of these colleges and universities may or may not offer online education but it’s definitely worth checking them out. Now let’s take a look at what academic programs these particular colleges have to offer: Spring Hill College: The Jesuit College of the South This college located in Alabama offers undergraduate divisions and programs.Â Such divisions and programs include but are not limited to: Undergraduate majors and concentrations Division of Business Communications/Arts Division International Studies Interdivisional Studies Language and Literature Division Nursing Philosophy and Theology Sciences Division Social Sciences Division Teacher Education Division Spring Hill College also offers Pre-Professional programs for those interested in: Pre-Dentistry, Pre-Engineering, Pre-Law, etc.Â Check out undergraduate programs on shc.edu fora complete list of Pre-Professional programs. Spring Arbor University Spring Arbor University of Michigan offers a very broad list of majors and programs. These programs range from Accounting and Actuarial Science to Visual Arts Education and Visual Communication.Â You can view the complete alphabetized list of majors and programs on arbor.edu. Deep Springs College Deep Springs College located in Nevada offers “intensive and interactive seminars.”Â Examples of these programs include: Public Speaking Summer Seminar Directed and Independent Studies Term 6: Interim Spring Term Spring Garden College Though this college closed its doors in the 1990’s, I thought this would be a fun historical tidbit. Spring Garden College was also established as the “Spring Garden Institute.” According to Wikipedia, this college was a private technical college founded in Spring Garden, Pennsylvania in 1851.Â Â Â It was regionally accredited by the Commission of Higher Education of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools. Springfield College Springfield College located in New England offers Undergraduate Programs ranging from American Studies and Applied Exercise Science to Teacher Preparation and Youth Development.Â You can view the complete list of undergraduate programs on spfldcol.edu. Spring College International If you and your family is a part of some sort of organization which involves traveling to other countries, Spring College International of Singapore offers wide opportunities.Â This college offers full-time courses and part-time courses. Part-time courses: Mandarin English Foreign Languages Preparatory Courses Full-time courses: Language Courses Preparatory Courses Diploma/Advanced Diploma Courses Check out the general information page on spring.edu.sg for moreÂ details on this international college. This wraps up the list of “spring” colleges.Â If you know of another college with the word spring in the name not mentioned on the list, please feel free to share that information with us. How about you?Â Have you heard of any of these particular colleges and programs?Â The only one I have ever heard of is Spring Arbor University because it is located in my state.Â How about Spring Garden College, the college that closed its doors in the 1990’s?Â If you have any information on why this particular college closed, please feel free to share this information with us.Â I have been trying to research whyÂ this particular collegeÂ is no longer available but can’t seem to find anything at this time. Are you searching for the right school?Â Check out our list of online schools here on classesandcareers.com.