History & Exhibits
50 Years of Africana Studies at Simmons
Learn about the history of Africana Studies, the work of its students and recent graduates, and explore oral histories of Black alums from the 1970s and 1980s.
Student Organizations at Simmons
Explore Simmons' rich history of building everyday leaders through Student Organizations and Clubs.
Traditions at Simmons
From the College's founding to today, learn about the traditions and activities that brought students together.
Suffrage at Simmons
Explore the Simmons community's involvement, on and off campus, in the fight for women's right to vote
Sports at Simmons
Explore the growth of athletics at Simmons, 1902-2016
Mascots at Simmons
Before there was the shark, there were the class mascots
May Day at Simmons
Learn more about Simmons' longest and greatest tradition
Learned from Our Neighbors: Stories from the Elizabeth Peabody House
A student-created celebration of social worker Eva Whiting White (Class of 1907), the Elizabeth Peabody House, and life in Boston's West End
Activism at Simmons
Simmons Student and Social Changes
Black History at Simmons
The Impact of Black Students on Simmons University
Presidents at Simmons
Learn about the Presidents of Simmons and their legacy of leadership
A Brief History of Simmons
Learn about the first 100 years of Simmons: 1899-1999.