Multicultural Overnight & Student Travel Program

MOST logoEach spring, Simmons provides a select group of accepted students with the opportunity to learn about the diverse and inclusive environment at Simmons. Participants get to know current students and experience firsthand what makes the Simmons community so special. Participants in MOST dive headfirst into life on campus and in Boston, helping them to make an informed decision about whether or not Simmons is the right fit. Before arriving, participants will be matched with a current student mentor who will act as a host and guide for the weekend. Participants are also eligible for reimbursement for expenses associated with traveling to Simmons for the event.

Register to Attend

*Please note: To complete registration, you must submit a signed copy of your Overnight Consent Form. Registration is due by March 2nd. 

Happy visitors

Agenda

Friday, March 16

Students will be matched with their mentors, attend a current student panel, spend an evening at Lucky Strike bowling alley, and stay overnight in a residence hall. There will be select programming for parents the afternoon before the overnight. Parents will rejoin students for the Accepted Students Day on Saturday. 

Saturday, March 17

Students will eat breakfast with their overnight hosts in Bartol Dining Hall before joining their families and other admitted students on the Academic Campus for our Accepted Students Day. You will have the opportunity to sit in on mock classes, learn more about academic and campus resources, speak with financial aid officers, and attend current student and parent panels. 


Travel Assistance:

Participants in the MOST program are eligible for reimbursement for expenses related to traveling to Simmons for the event. Simmons will also reimburse up to $200 for one adult family member who may be accompanying the participant on the visit to Simmons. Travel arrangements must be approved by the Office of Undergraduate Admission in advance.
Once you complete the registration process, you will receive an email with detailed instructions on how to request travel approval.

Once you complete the registration process, you will receive an email with detailed instructions on how to request travel approval.

Family Accommodations:

Participating students will stay with a current student host in a dorm room on Friday night. We have a limited number of rooms on hold for accompanying family members who need overnight accommodations:

Residence Inn by Marriott
Boston Back Bay – Fenway

(0.5 miles from Simmons College)
$179.00/night plus tax 
Group Rate Registration
Phone Number:617-236-8787


Parking: students and their families are welcome to park in our secure parking garage on campus, free of charge, for the duration of the weekend.


Additional Questions?
Contact Sydney Morgan: 
P: 617-521-2524
E: sydney.morgan@simmons.edu