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Simmons University is a nationally recognized private university located in the heart of Boston. We offer the only undergraduate program for women in Boston and numerous graduate programs open to all.About Simmons
As Senior Office Assistant for the Office of Undergraduate Advising and former Simmons Academic Mentor, Jenny knows a thing or two about helping students navigate their academics. Check out her expert tips and tricks!
What does Estela Raya-Fouts '24 love about being a political science major? The supportive faculty! Check out how Raya-Fouts is combining the political science, Spanish and migration studies programs to pursue a career with immigrant populations.
Public database sheds new light on the more than 50,000 women who registered to vote in Boston following ratification of the Nineteenth Amendment in 1920.
Assistant Professor of Social Work Christina M. Sellers has received a Young Investigator Innovation grant of $89,992 from the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.
While most colleges have a general education program, Simmons University's PLAN goes above and beyond. Interim Dean Kelly Hager illustrates the valuable experiences PLAN offers students and the professional skills graduates will take away.
For Emma Harrison '22, the lessons she gained through her PLAN courses are endless. From gaining a deeper understanding of Boston to informing her career path, Emma is excited to take these lessons and make a positive impact.
A message from the co-chairs of the President’s Advisory Council on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion We have been reflecting upon the complex history of our nation and recognize the many contributions and sacrifices indigenous peoples have been forced to make...
Former Ambassador Tom Dougherty presented, “9/11 + 20: Afghanistan After the ‘Forever War.’” During the conversation, Dougherty outlined a list of key lessons from the war that need to be considered going forward.