At Simmons University, Reunion is an annual event that celebrates classes on a 5-year cycle. The main goal of Reunion is to bring alumnae/i together to celebrate Simmons and one another, reminisce and reflect on your Simmons experience, create meaningful connections and encourage lifelong learning. It's an opportunity to rejoin the student experience!

Simmons Reunion 2022

Reunion 2022

This year's Reunion, in honor of classes ending in 2 and 7, will include a variety of virtual festivities to be held on June 3-5, 2022 (live virtual programming) and throughout the rest of June (on demand programming).

There will also be the opportunity to visit campus and celebrate in-person this fall. Details will be announced once confirmed.

Thank you to everyone who filled out our Reunion 2022 survey. Check Simmons Network for a summary of the survey responses. Stay tuned for more details, as we finalize our programming. If you would like to become a Class or Reunion Volunteer, please sign up here. Further inquiries and input can be directed to [email protected].


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