At Simmons, Reunion is an annual event that brings alumnae/i together to build and celebrate community among our alumnae/i, increase pride for Simmons today, promote Simmons for the next generation, support life-long learning, and raise funds to support Simmons’ mission and our students’ success. It’s an opportunity to reminisce and reflect on your Simmons experience while creating meaningful connections.

Reunion 2024

Reunion 2024 is being celebrated at different times throughout this year.

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Reunion Weekend I for Jubilee Classes
(Classes of 1947 - 1974)
May 31 - June 2, 2024 at Simmons University

Reunion 2024 Postcard

The Simmons Jubilee Classes Reunion, will take place May 31, to June 2, 2024. This exclusive gathering is dedicated to the distinguished members of the 50th Reunion Class, 1974, and the classes before them!

Rejuvenate the bonds of sisterhood, share your pride for being part of the Simmons legacy, reminisce about the past and dream about the future.

This weekend also serves the noble purpose of contributing to the success of Simmons' mission and empowering the next generation of trailblazing students. Your participation will play a vital role in supporting our shared commitment to excellence.

Learn More and Register Today!

Reunion Weekend II for Classes of 1975 - 2023

If you graduated after 1974, reunions will be celebrated in a 5-year cycle. Thus, if your class ends in 4 or 9, your reunion will be celebrated in Fall 2024. Stay tuned for details early in 2024. If you would like to volunteer to plan a class celebration, please contact [email protected].

Reunion 2025

Reunion 2025 will be in celebration of the 125th Anniversary of Simmons! This history-making event will take place June 6 - 8, 2025 so be sure to save the date. We hope all alumnae/i will join us back on campus. Milestone classes will also have the opportunity to celebrate their class reunion during that time. More details to follow. This event is being co-hosted by the Simmons Alumnae/i Association.

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Make your Gift for Reunion Today!

Your philanthropy is helping to propel Simmons forward to benefit the next generation of students and has a profound impact across campus. Now is the perfect time to make your move, make it count, and support Simmons.

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50th Reunion Class Book

Class of 1974, don’t forget to create your page in the 50th Reunion Class Book. For questions, contact [email protected].

Alumnae/i features

Hannah Ibañez ’13

Advocating for Fallen Angels in the City of Angels

Hannah Ibañez ’13 is a Level 2 Public Defender in Los Angeles who was appointed to the United States Access Board by President Joe Biden. She spoke with us about her passion for social justice, her love of philosophy, and her fondest memories of Simmons.

Kerri Axelrod ’22DPD

Kerri Axelrod ’22DPD Explores Connections between Nutrition and Mental Health

Kerri Axelrod ’22DPD completed the Didactic Program in Dietetics Certificate at Simmons, and now offers nutrition counseling through her private practice, Kerri Axelrod Wellness, where she focuses particularly on the connection between gut health and mental health.

Chimene Agogo ’23MSW

Empowering Homelessness Solutions: The Journey of Chimene Agogo ’23MSW at St. Francis House

Chimene Agogo is Program Manager of the Rapid Rehousing Program at St. Francis House , the largest day-shelter in Massachusetts for individuals experiencing homelessness. In this rewarding supervisory role, Agogo leads a team of case managers to secure housing for...

Rotem Moscovich standing in front of a shelf full of books

From Simmons to the Caldecott Medal: Adventures in Picturebooks with Rotem Moscovich ’06MA

Rotem Moscovich ’06MA, Editorial Director of Picturebooks at Alfred A. Knopf Books for Young Readers, shares how Simmons cultivated her love for children's literature, and her experience editing a Caldecott-winning picturebook.

Dr. Stephanie Keesey-Phelan '13MS, '20PhD, the dog Beacon, and Ran Courant-Morgan '13MS enjoy a spring day at Simmons

Alums Use Behavior Analysis to Bring Joy to Dogs and Their Families

As co-founders and co-owners of The Dog Behavior Institute, Ran Courant-Morgan and Dr. Stephanie Keesey-Phelan have found an innovative application for their behavior analysis specialization. We spoke with them about the mission of the Institute, the intrinsic rewards of their profession, and why they chose Simmons.

The main campus building at Simmons University

Simmons Alum Kelly O’Connell Champions Women and Nonbinary Entrepreneurs

Since joining the Simmons University Alumnae/i Association Executive Board (AAEB), Kelly O’Connell ’99 has helped launch the Simmons Tuesday Tea Podcast, and co-hosted the Byond Balance event last November. On April 2, AAEB is hosting a special Simmons campus screening of “Show Her The Money,” a documentary that delves into the gender gap in venture capital funding with a focus on empowering women entrepreneurs.

Anna Kelly ’23MS

Protecting the Freedom to Read: Anna Kelly ’23MS Reflects on the Importance of Indigenous Perspectives in Literature

“As an Indigenous woman, it is hard for me to not take personally the challenging and banning of books by Indigenous authors and about the Indigenous experience,” says Anna Kelly ’23MS an enrolled member of the St. Regis Mohawk Tribe.

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Angela Regalado ’21MSN Helps Dismantle Barriers to Medical Care

Family Nurse Practitioner and Simmons alumna Angela Regalado is a member of the medical team at Carolina House Calls, offering high-quality medical care to patients who are underserved due to mobility issues, disabilities, chronic illnesses, and so forth.

Upcoming Alumnae/i Events

119th Simmons University Commencement Ceremonies

  • May 17, 2024
  • 9:00 am
  • MGM Music Hall at Fenway, 2 Lansdowne St, Boston, MA 02115