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We're so thrilled that you've been accepted to Simmons and can’t wait for you to join our community.
Congratulations and Welcome to Simmons!
We are thrilled that you are considering what we believe to be not only an exceptional institution, but a transformational one as well. At Simmons, you’ll grow and flourish, find your voice, and build the skills to be a bold leader.
Each year we have the opportunity to welcome a remarkable group of students into our diverse community with 47 countries represented, 48 states represented, and over 70+ clubs and organizations.
Get ready to take in the city lights, explore your interests, engage in real-world experiences, and meet life-changing people!
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Our curriculum is totally customizable and interdisciplinary, giving you the opportunity to explore new subjects in ways you never thought of before.
Learn about all your housing options on our beautiful gated Residence Campus.
What's great about Boston? Just about everything! Art, music, history, amazing cultural institutions, the nightlife, Newbury Street — and more than 300,000 other college students.
There is ample evidence that women’s undergraduate programs actually prepare women to succeed better than co-ed colleges.
We celebrate Simmons as a campus community all year round!
Simmons students are serious about keeping active and getting involved. With our wide variety of student groups on campus, there's something for everyone.
Simmons By the Numbers
of students complete internships, clinical placements, independent research, or field work.
With Boston as our backyard, our students have easy access to learning opportunities in the city (and beyond!)
of Simmons grads are employed or in grad school within six months of graduation.
Our focus on leadership development ensures that you build the skills and confidence you need to pursue higher positions, negotiate your salary and leverage your career potential.
of Simmons grads are employed in a field related to their major or program.
Our curriculum is totally customizable and interdisciplinary, giving you the edge you need to find the perfect job after graduation.
Meet our Woman on Campus
"I really believe that Simmons provides the resources and support necessary to make your college experience unique to your needs and dreams." Meet our Our Woman on Campus, Saloni Kumar ‘23. Through video and blogging, Saloni gives us a closer view of the undergraduate culture of Simmons!Read Saloni's Blog
Hear from students
This fall, Simmons students from the Social Action Leaders course are channeling their academic studies into advocacy. We spoke with students Felipa Canchola ’24, Lisa deRosier ’24, and Rashida Alisa Hagakore ’24 about their passion for experiential service learning and their conception of good leadership.
The Bonner Community Leaders Program at Simmons University is a unique opportunity for students who want to combine a strong commitment to service with personal growth, teamwork, leadership development, and scholarship. This fall, Simmons announced a new cohort of 11 Bonner Leaders. We spoke with three of them.
We asked first-generation student Gia Lebrun ’24 about her perspective on the college experience and what advice she would give to prospective first-generation students.
Menstrual equity is an under-discussed and under-researched topic within academia, politics, and the general populace. Katarina Sousa ’24 is breaking the silence with her groundbreaking research and activism in Massachusetts.
“To me the Ifill scholarship is just that: the inception of an amazing legacy and the prospect of a radical future.” — Asiyah Herrera '25
Ifill Scholar Carla Bamaca shares her passion for filmmaking and storytelling to inspire change.
Incoming student Anna Kelly from South Kingstown, Rhode Island, received a $10,000 Gold Award Scholarship from the Girl Scouts, a special recognition for her community service project “Peer-to-Peer Program in Middle School.” Kelly spoke with us about her passion for community service, mental health, and nursing.
McLean Hospital recently launched Deconstructing Stigma: Changing Attitudes toward Mental Health. This campaign challenges popular and erroneous assumptions about psychiatric disorders. Social work major Marina McCollum is a participant in the program. She spoke with us about her personal experiences...