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  1. Adriana Lizeth (“Liz”) Campuzano Martinez ’24

    Computer Science major Adriana Lizeth (“Liz”) Campuzano Martinez ’24 shares a bit about all of the ways she was involved on campus — from hackathons to being a Resident Assistant to hosting a radio show. She also shares what it was like for her as a first-generation international student.

  2. The cupola of the Main College Building on the Simmons University campus, as seen through a tree with colorful fall leaves

    Simmons is pleased to welcome over 800 new graduate students to the start of the 2023-2024 academic year. We are looking forward to interacting with such a diverse, interdisciplinary, and intellectually curious group of future leaders.

  3. Stormy Shark standing outside the Simmons MCB with Cupola in the distance
    Campus & Community

    We are delighted to welcome new Sharks to the Simmons community!

  4. Jonathan Stewart '22MSW

    Jonathan Stewart is a school social worker for the Metropolitan Council for Educational Opportunity (METCO) Program for Arlington Public Schools in Arlington, Massachusetts—part of one of the longest-running voluntary school-integration programs in the country. Dividing his time between the Ottoson...

  5. Photo of Kayla Canty

    As a young woman born and raised in the South, Kayla Canty took a "leap of faith" to move to Boston to study nursing. For her, Simmons was a transformative experience, and she remains involved by serving on the African...

  6. Photo of Micah Guillermo

    The Gilbert and Marcia Kotzen Scholarship is the most prestigious student award at Simmons. Kotzen scholarship recipients receive full tuition remission over four years. The class of 2026 includes ten Kotzen scholars. We spoke with Micah Joyce Guillermo about her...

  7. Photo of student Dan Nguyen

    Physics major Dan Nguyen has received a prestigious award from the Acoustical Society of America (ASA). Nguyen began her research as a SURPASs (Summer Undergraduate Research Program at Simmons) scholar and is now testing her theories at the new science building. She spoke with us about her project, what drew her to Simmons, and her future plans.

  8. Jamie Lee '23 speaking at podium

    On October 26, Simmons celebrated Founder's Day. For this event, Simmons undergraduates are invited to participate in an essay contest. Contestants wrote about how their experience at Simmons realizes John Simmons' vision for educating what President Lynn Perry Wooten calls...

  9. News | Class of 2026 Photo Collage

    We are delighted to welcome the Class of 2026 to the Simmons community! Take a look at these facts about our newest class.

  10. Areen Shahbari

    In 2013, Areen Shahbari ’11MBA, ’11C established Cactus International, which has provided hundreds of consultation sessions and dozens of courses, workshops, and lectures on entrepreneurship for Arab and Middle Eastern women.