Announcing Virtual Reunion Weekend 2021!
Reunion weekend 2021 will be held virtually on Thursday, June 3 - Sunday, June 6, 2021.
This year’s celebration will be in honor of classes ending in 0, 1, 5 and 6.
Some activities will be exclusively for Reunion year alumnae/i, while other members of the Simmons community, including students, will be welcome to join alumnae/i for designated sessions! Please check back often as we'll continue to post here and on Simmons Network ongoing updates.
We look forward to having you join us!
Running With the Sharks - A 5K Run/Walk
Join other members of the Simmons community to run or walk a “virtual” 5K! Participate individually or we will match you up with other members of our community to form teams. You choose the date/time (between SATURDAY, MAY 29 and SATURDAY, JUNE 5) and location (your neighborhood, favorite park or even your treadmill), then submit your results. This event requires a separate registration from Reunion Weekend. Registrants of this activity will receive further instructions. A finish line celebration will be held virtually toward the end of the Reunion Weekend.
Reunion Weekend Schedule & Registration
See the full schedule for Reunion weekend and register!Learn More
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