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Academic Achievement

The Center for Academic Achievement's goal is to assist all students to become independent learners. To aid all students' progress, the Center provides appropriate resources and services to all undergraduate and graduate students. We match students with tutors, advise students with study skills and time management, and offer help to students learning English as a Second Language, as well as accommodate students with disabilities.

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Academic Calendars

Find online academic calendars for Simmons's undergraduate and graduate programs.

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Register for classes

Simmons students are responsible for making sure they're properly registered every semester. Log onto Simmons Connection to view course schedules, register for classes, and check your grades.

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Administrative Services

During the typical day on campus, you probably use at least one of the services offered by our department.

Athletics

Get up-to-date news and information about Simmons's nine NCAA Division III varsity intercollegiate teams, athletic facilities, fitness programs, and clinics. Go Sharks!

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Career Services

The Career Education Center (CEC) helps Simmons undergraduates, graduate students, and alumnae/i make informed decisions about their careers. The CEC's many services include personalized career coaching; online job search tools and resources; assistance with resume writing, interview, and job search skills; career fairs and recruiting events with alumnae/i and employers.

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Convocation & Commencement

Convocation is the College's annual celebration of academic excellence, that also markes the official opening of the academic year. It is held each September. Commencement is the annual graduation ceremony where degrees are conferred upon our graduates.

Commencement & Convocation

Health Center

The Simmons Health Center, located on the residence campus, offers health care to Simmons students seven days a week, 24 hours a day during the academic year. Go to the Health Center website to find information about services, hours, fees, and more.

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Library

Housed in Lefavour Hall on Simmons' main campus, the Library offers a comfortable environment for learning and knowledgable library staff are available to assist students with accessing and using all the library resources. Library services and facilities include the online AskNow reference service, a central information commons, laptop loans, group study rooms, more than 100 computer workstations, a media listening and viewing room, wireless access, and more.

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Maps and Directions

Find campus maps and driving directions, as well as information about parking, dining, and accommodations in the Fenway neighborhood.

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Offices

This is the place to find any office on campus. You can view offices by organization chart, or by category.

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Parking

See updated information about student parking, including Simmons's prepaid daily parking program and commuting alternatives.

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People Directories

Looking for someone? Check out our online directories. (Note that student and alumnae/i directories will require a password to access.) Alums will need to register with Alumnet, the alumnae/i online community, to access the alumnae/i directory.

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Registrar

Go to the Office of the Registrar online or in person to register for courses, add and drop a course, transfer credits, request a leave of absence, get a copy of your diploma, and more.

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Residence Life

Find everything you need to know about residence life, from housing and dining options, to move-in dates, commuter housing, standards of conduct, and more.

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Student Activities on Sharklink

Simmons has more than 50 undergraduate and graduate student organizations and academic liaisons, plus plenty of intramural, volunteer, and just for fun activities.

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Student Financial Services

Go to Student Financial Services line for tuition and financial aid information, including online tuition payment, financial aid forms and guides, international student information, and other resources.

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Technology

Find everything you need to know about Simmons's technology services, from how to email, Internet, and cable/phone services, to Express Web Stations, laptop loans, or free technology training.

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Tenth Annual Undergraduate Conference

April 24, 2014

Sponsored by the CAS Dean's Office

Simmons undergrads, participate in the 2014 Conference! This is a great opportunity to show off the hard work you've done, practice your professional skills, network, and enhance your résumé!

Learn More »

From "300 The Fenway" Blog

Know Your Professor: Candy Schwartz

Meet Professor Candy Schwartz, from the Graduate School of Library and Information Science. Professor Schwartz recently celebrated her 35th anniversary at Simmons, and is a highly enthusiastic, witty, and popular professor. We had the chance to talk to Professor Schwartz about her interests, secret talents, and much more!

Photo Friday: April 11th

Welcome to our first installment of Photo Friday! This week we're looking at National Service Week, The investiture of Dean Eileen Abels, The 14th annual trip to Omnicom, and the National Student Advertising Competition!

Where are they now? Kelly Bell '11

"None of the companies I was at before really shared my values, so I started a company that did." Kelly Bell '11 graduated with a degree in Psychology and a minor in Women's Studies. In 2013 she founded the company Intrical in Washington, D.C. Catch up with Kelly and see what it's like to start your own company!

International Women's Film Forum Comes to Campus

Junior Alison Berstein helped organize and promote this exciting program as part of the innovative Studio 5 communications course. Learn what inspired her and others to bring this diverse group of women filmmakers to Simmons.

Boston To Do List: 6 For Spring

Spring has sprung at Simmons! After a seemingly endless winter it's time to take advantage of all the great activities Boston has to offer during the spring.

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