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Admission & Financial Aid

Overview

Overview

The College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) upholds an educational promise to place students first, helping you achieve a successful career, a meaningful life, and a powerful return on your academic investment. Simmons offers the benefits of a university — including widely respected graduate programs, faculty who are experts and practitioners, and the resources of a world-class city. However, upholding our educational promise means that the focus is on you. Our small classes, close student-faculty relationships, and collegial environment ensure a highly collaborative learning experience that is much more personal than that of larger universities. The individual attention and support doesn't end upon graduation either. Simmons offers lifelong career services, job fairs, support for teacher licensure tests, and a professional network of dedicated faculty, students, and alumni. Simmons student studying in the Main Campus Building

Come visit Simmons and experience it yourself. Attend an information session, lecture, or special event. Talk to students. Schedule an interview with a program director to discuss your goals. For more information or to arrange a visit, contact Graduate Studies Admission at gsa@simmons.edu, or call 617-521-2915.

We look forward to getting to know you!