We're so thrilled that you've been accepted to Simmons University! We'll be here to help along every step of the way.
Welcome to Simmons!
Congratulations on your acceptance, future Shark! We can’t wait to see you on campus. Register for one of our Accepted Student Days for a day of mock classes, panels, information sessions, financial aid appointments, and more! You can also schedule a personalized visit if you'd like to sit in on a class, have lunch with a current student, or spend an overnight to get the full Simmons experience.
If you have not already done so, please file your FAFSA using our school code 002208 to secure your Financial Aid funds.
Do you have questions? Contact the Office of Undergraduate Admission. We'll be glad to help you out.
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Attend Accepted Students Day
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Learn About Orientation
Orientation will help you begin your Simmons journey by guiding you through all the academic and student life opportunities you'll encounter during your time here.Learn More
Living On Campus
Our Residence Campus offers an enriching living environment with many opportunities for you to meet new people and share exciting experiences.Living on Campus
Our highly respected Dix Scholars program offers personal support to help you transition into college/university and manage your educational experience from the moment you decide to apply.
International students can look forward to finding additional support as they adjust to a new culture, educational system, and city.
You will need your Social Security or Simmons ID number to create your Simmons University account.
Learn about all your housing options on our beautiful gated Residence Campus.
Take your exams online before registering for courses.
Find out how to submit your health forms to Simmons.
You'll need your Simmons ID to gain access to University buildings and dining services.
Students who are interested in receiving accommodations at the University level must self-disclose and register with the Accessibility Services Office.
Submit your final transcript(s) to the Simmons Undergraduate Admission Office before your enrollment.
Your advisor will help you choose appropriate classes that fulfill the required courses for a Simmons degree and your intended major.
Commuter students are a vital part of the Simmons community. You'll be connected to everything going on at Simmons through students groups and special facilities reserved for commuters.
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