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 American International College Springfield, Massachusetts

1000 State Street
Springfield, Massachusetts

American International College Mission Statement:
The mission of the College is to provide quality education to a diverse body of students from throughout the world. Our primary function is the teaching-learning process; that the curriculum should be designed to serve that function; and that all other activities should be consistent with that function. The College is dedicated to the belief that the liberal arts provide the foundation for lifelong intellectual growth and learning. We are committed to the creation in each individual student of an awareness of his or her own intrinsic worth, a concern for others, an international perspective, and a dedication and sense of responsibility to both private and public sectors. A major focus of the required core educational program is to develop in our students the abilities to think logically, act creatively, and communicate effectively. The curriculum of each of the College's schools and divisions incorporates practica and/or internships.
Degree Stats For American International College

 Type of Institution

Term Type: Semester

Comparison Group Category:
Not-for-profit 4 yr, Masters Colleges and Universities I, New England

Geographical Region:
New England CT ME MA NH RI VT

Chief Administrator:
President Vincent M. Maniaci

Title IV Eligibility:
Participates in Title IV federal financial aid programs

Sector: Private not-for-profit, 4-year or above

Degree of Urbanization(Locale): City: Midsize

Open to Public? Institution is open to the public

 Carnegie Information

Carnegie Classification 2005 - Basic:
Master's Colleges and Universities (medium programs)

Carnegie Classification 2005 - Enrollment Profile:
High undergraduate

Carnegie Classification 2005 - Graduate Instructional:
Single doctoral (other field)

Carnegie Classification 2005 - Undergraduate Instructional:
Balanced arts & sciences/professions, some graduate coexistence

Carnegie Classification 2005 - Size and Setting
Small four-year, highly residential

Carnegie Classification 2005 - Undergraduate Profile
Full-time four-year, selective, higher transfer-in

 Room and Board

Provide on-campus housing? Yes
Total Dorm Capacity: 676
Provide board or meals? Yes, number of meals in the maximum meal plan offered
Number of meals per week:19
Typical room charge per year:$4600
Typical board charge per year:$4310
Combined room/board:$0

 Degree Information

Level of Institution: Four or more years

Highest Level Offered: Doctor's degree

Undergraduate Offering:
Undergraduate degree or certificate offering

Graduate Offering:
Graduate degree or certificate offering

First Professional Offer:
No first-professional offering

Highest Degree Offered: Doctoral

Degree Granting Status: Degree-granting

Historical Black College or University: No

Institution has Hospital: No

Institution grants a Medical Degree: No

Institutional Category:
Degree-granting, primarily baccalaureate or above


Athletic Association: Yes
NCAA Member: Yes
NAIA Member: Implied no
NJCAA Member: Implied no
NSCAA Member: Implied no
NCCAA Member: Implied no
Other Member: Implied no
Football: Yes
Basketball: Yes
Baseball: Yes
Cross Country/Track: No


 Fee Information

Application Fee information for American International College  Application Fee: Yes
 Out of State Tuition? No
 Financial Aid Office Phone: 413-205-3259
 Admissions Office Phone: 413-205-3201

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