At Simmons, we're passionate about the health and safety of our students. Today we're chatting with Lieutenant Randy Cipoletta from the Simmons College Police Department about what kinds of services Public Safety offers -- and his top 5 safety tips for students!
We are loving safety week! Isabel Milosevich, one of our Wellness Ambassadors, took the time to answer a few questions about her life, work and more!
It's our first annual Safety Week! Watch representatives from our health, wellness and safety departments talk about the great services they offer. Don't miss the events we've got planned for the week.
We've announced the keynote speakers for the premier Simmons Leadership Conference! Focusing on the theme "Dare to Compete," the conference features Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin, Media Mogul Arianna Huffington and many more amazing speakers.
Welcome back to Photo Friday! Our athletic teams have been busy this week. Take a look at what they've been up to!
Every year, the Simmons campus comes together to remember alumna Elizabeth "Betsy" McCandless, and all victims of domestic violence with the Clothesline Project. Gina Capra from Violence Prevention and Educational Outreach Program answered our questions about domestic violence, her office and the Clothesline Project.
Today is the National Day of the Girl! At Simmons, we're passionate about the advancement of women and girls. Take a look at some of the ways we get involved!
Welcome back to Photo Friday! It was another beautiful week! Take a look at what we've been up to.
The Simmons College School of Management has been named the No. 1 MBA program with the "Greatest Opportunity for Women" by The Princeton Review for the sixth year in a row! Take a look at our MBA video and hear all about our fantastic program.
The SIMMONS magazine is coming your way! Check out the advanced copy and watch President Helen Drinan discuss the importance of our community upholding Simmons' longstanding mission of promoting leadership potential in women and girls.
The Simmons campus has gone PINK for Breast Cancer Awareness Month! Following President Drinan's powerful op-ed about her recent breast cancer diagnosis, the Boston Globe wrote about our involvement with the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk on Sunday, October 4th.