Dear Simmons Reunion alumnae/i,
Simmons has been closely following the latest news regarding the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and the recommendations by the State of Massachusetts and public health officials. Based on their advice about convening public gatherings and with the health and safety of our community members top of mind, we’ve decided to wait until at least this fall to hold our 2020 Reunion.
President Drinan has already agreed that she will be happy to join us in the fall to celebrate your reunion and her long tenure as our very successful eighth President. At the same time, our ninth President, Dr. Lynn Perry Wooten, will be here, and it will be a great opportunity for you all to meet her.
As soon as we know a firm date, we will let you know.
Thanks for your flexibility as we all work through these uncertain times, and I look forward to providing you with updates as soon as we can.
In the meantime, I hope you stay healthy and safe.
Vice President of Advancement
Come back to campus! Classes ending in “0” and “5” will be invited back to campus. Join classmates, friends, and families to celebrate Reunion 2020 as one Simmons community.
If you have additional questions, please contact the Office of Advancement at 800-831-4284 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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