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Simmons University is launching Simmons Network, an online community just for Simmons alumnae/i.
2U, Inc., a global leader in education technology, today announced it will begin to offer a deferred tuition plan in collaboration with its partners. Online students in Simmons University’s School of Nursing will be the first students eligible to apply...
Woman on Campus and Senior Class President, Maralee Mitchell '20, welcomes first-year students and addresses the senior class during Convocation.
Claudia Willett ’11, ’15MA/MS is the Project Archivist for the John S. McCain Papers at Arizona State University (ASU). Willett shared with us her efforts to establish a cohesive collection from these materials.
Public health major, Sunnie Hodge '20, tells us about designing and implementing a PrEP Champion Training Program for her internship in South Africa.
We're so excited to welcome the Class of 2023 to campus! Before our new Sharks officially begin their Simmons journey, take a look at these facts about the incoming class.
One of the most invaluable lessons I took home with me was finding true joy. Despite all the hardship, there was a beautiful and radiant JOY that was so present in the Malawians. Though poverty is a reality in many of the women's lives, they were generous and so rich in joy.
We caught up with Sangha about her internship and what inspired her to pursue a degree in political science.