Notice of Non-Discrimination and Grievance Procedures
Chartered in 1899 and opened in 1902, Simmons College is first and foremost an academic community whose primary goals are to prepare women and men to be well informed, open-minded, and sensitive to values. To attain these goals we seek to create an atmosphere within which students may learn to become actively engaged members of society and to develop the resources to lead rich personal lives.
Such an atmosphere is only possible when the community is free from discrimination and harassment. Please consult these Policies Against Unlawful Discrimination and Harassment for more information. They include:
- Notice of Non-Discrimination and Grievance Procedures
- Information Freedom from Harassment and Discrimination/Title IX
- Policy Against Harassment
- Frequently Asked Questions on Harassment
- Ethicspoint Reporting Link
If you have a complaint about unlawful discrimination or harassment and you are a student, bring your concerns to the dean of your school or to the Dean for Student Life.
If you have a complaint about unlawful discrimination or harassment and you are an employee, you should bring your concern to the attention of the Director of Talent and Human Capital Strategy.
Complaints or inquiries concerning the College's policies and compliance with applicable laws, statutes, and regulations may also be directed to the College President's Office or to the College's General Counsel at 617-521-2276.