Congratulations! You've been accepted to Simmons College... so what's next? The first thing to take care of is your deposit so that your space is secured. You may send in a check by mail to The Office of Undergraduate Admission, 300 The Fenway, Boston, MA 02115, or—even better—deposit through our secure online deposit form.
Orientation & Registration
At orientation, you will meet with an academic advisor to register for classes, meet other new and incoming students, and attend important information sessions that will help ensure your success at Simmons. (Orientation is held in the fall for fall-entering students, and in January for spring-entering students.)
Your advisor will help you choose appropriate classes that fulfill the required courses for a Simmons degree and your intended major.
Living on Campus
Housing is available for transfer students in traditional undergraduate residence halls on our beautiful residence campus. Learn more about reserving a transfer housing spot »
Adult students can also apply to live on campus in our resident halls for graduate students. Learn more about reserving a housing spot »
Commuting to Campus
Even though you aren't always on campus, commuter students are a vital part of the Simmons community and we strive to make it easy to stay connected to everything going on at Simmons through students groups, electronic communication, and special facilities reserved for commuters to make your life a little easier.
It is HIGHLY recommended that you attend Spring Orientation in order to help you to connect with resources, with your peers and with Simmons.
Visit our Commuter Student page to learn more about parking, discounted MBTA passes, the Commuter Student Lounge, and commuter locker rentals.
Your Simmons ID
Accepted students receive ID numbers in their acceptance letter or can request it from the admission office. Students receive IDs at Orientation, or soon after.
You can now submit your photo for your Simmons Student ID online. When you submit your photo online, your ID will be ready for pick up at the Campus Card Office at the start of the semester.
Accessing your Simmons Email
Once you submit a deposit you will be sent a packet of information about enrolling at Simmons. Within this packet will be information about accessing your Simmons email account. It is important to regularly check this account before coming to Simmons, as information about orientation and registration will be sent here. If you do not have your login information please call the Help Desk (617-521-2222) to request it. You must have your Simmons ID number available when you call.
- Student Financial Services
- Academic Calendar
- Campus Map
- International Students
- Commuter Students
- Honors Program
- Student Organizations
- Academic Resources
Make sure you get the credits you deserve.
- Have you received your transfer credit evaluation in your email inbox? If not, please reach out to your admission counselor ASAP!
- Send all final transcripts with your Fall grades to: The Office of the Registrar at 300 The Fenway, Boston, MA 02115. Feel free to call the office if you have questions at 617-521-2111.
- If you took AP exams in high school and received a score of 4 or 5, please request the College Board send your scores to The Office of the Registrar.
Adult Student Resources
Adult students can contact Assistant Dean Raymond Ou with any questions regarding resources, classes, and student life. View the academic resources for adult students »
Simmons Life Blog
What's happening at Simmons? You'll find it all on the Simmons Life blog!
- A Night in Heaven
- Stressed is Desserts spelled backwards
- Shark Week! 2014
- 6 Questions You're Too Afraid To Ask About A Women's College
- Apple Polisher? No, just a Simmons student.
Still have questions?
The Office of Undergraduate Admission is here to help! Don't hesitate to call us at 800-345-8468 or email at email@example.com