Congratulations on your acceptance to the School of Management!
Use the Next Steps & Valuable Resources document to help you prepare for the start of the semester. This document will serve as your guide to ensure you've got everything in order. The document will reference the "Important Links" below:
- Registration Instructions
- MBA Curriculum - Program of Study
- Health Care MBA Curriculum - Program of Study (Students entering in January, see page 2 of document.)
- MSM Curriculum
- MBA Excel Competency Requirmenent
- Quick Links
Foundations of Business (Foundations) is a non credit, intensive orientation program and the first required course at Simmons. Foundations will provide you with an opportunity to learn about the Program’s academic standards as well as become acquainted with the SOM and the resources that are available to you. It is also a great opportunity to meet your classmates and future faculty.
The January 2014 Foundations dates have been listed in your acceptance letter and more information will be in your Welcome email from the Academic Programs Office.
SOM Academic Programs Office (APO)
Now that you are part of the Simmons College community, the SOM Academic Program Office will be your primary contact for information and guidance throughout your studies. To help make your transition as smooth as possible, we have provided some information below that we think may be useful to you. Any member of the Academic Program Office staff is available to assist you with any questions or concerns you may have. We are thrilled to welcome you to the Simmons School of Management and look forward to meeting you.
Below, you will find information to help you navigate through your first weeks at Simmons.
Financial Aid Resources
To apply or for more information please visit:
Simmons College Benefits
Find out what benefits and resources are available from the main campus (including financial aid, MBTA passes, and the sports center).
Students with Disabilities or Special Learning Needs
Reasonable accommodations will be provided for students with documented physical, sensory, systemic, cognitive, learning and psychiatric disabilities. If you have a disability and anticipate that you will need a reasonable accommodation during class, it is important that you contact the Academic Support Center at 617.521.2474 early in the semester. Students with disabilities who receive accommodations are also encouraged to contact their instructors to discuss their individual needs.
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