Visit Us

Schedule Your Campus Visit

We are excited to invite you to our campus! We offer a variety of virtual and on campus options for you to get a better sense of life at Simmons. Check out our calendar to see all of your visit options.

First-Year Visit Options

Transfer and Adult Student Visit Options

Admission Interview

We encourage all first-year and transfer applicants to schedule an admission interview. 

Schedule your interview

Class Visit & Lunch

Get a first-hand look at the benefits of a women's centered institution by shadowing a class and joining a current student for lunch!

Register for Class Visit & Lunch

Bring your Group to Campus

Interested in bringing your group of high schoolers to campus? Please submit a group tour request form.

Schedule Your Visit

Visitor Information

Simmons Virtual Road Trip

Browse all upcoming admission events in your area!

Contacts for Campus Visits and Events

Please reach out with questions about visits and events.

Photo of Matthew Arrington

Matthew Arrington

Senior Assistant Director, Visitor Experience

Students hugging

Chat with a Simmons Student

Do you have specific questions about the Simmons experience that you feel only a current student can answer? Our Sharks would love to chat about campus and academic life!

Ask a question

Virtual Tour

Check out our virtual tour of the Simmons campus!

More Virtual Tours

More Information


Students sitting together at their computers

Majors & minors

Our curriculum is totally customizable and interdisciplinary, giving you the opportunity to explore new subjects in ways you never thought of before.

The residential campus in the fall

Dorm Hunters

Life in the heart of Boston is energetic and bustling, but on the Simmons campus you'll find friendly faces, a welcoming atmosphere, and lots to do. Check out what life is like in our residence halls!

Boston city skyline

Boston: The best college town

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.

Watch as our Woman on Campus sits down with several prominent voices on campus to explore the importance and the value of a women-centered education.

Why a Women's Undergraduate Experience

There is ample evidence that women’s undergraduate programs actually prepare women to succeed better than co-ed colleges. 

Life at Simmons

Nanette and Raneem

Accelerated Degree Student Presents Poster on ChatGPT at Technical Symposium

Raneem Emad Amer Mousa ’25 is pursuing the Dual-Degree in Engineering Simmons offers in collaboration with Columbia University. Her research project, “Is ChatGPT the Academic Catalyst We’ve All Been Waiting For?” was accepted for inclusion in the SIGCSE Technical Symposium 2024.


A composite image of the Boston skyline above the New York City skyline

From Boston to New York: Simmons 3+2 Engineering Student Accepted to Columbia University

Sophia Moore ’24 is one of the first Simmons students to complete the initial portion of the accelerated 3+2 Engineering program. Having obtained her first bachelor’s degree from Simmons, this fall she will relocate to the New York metropolitan area to pursue her second bachelor’s degree at Columbia University.


Annabelle Hannah ’25 seated by a waterfall

Chemistry/Physics Student Accepted into Research Experience at UPenn

Annabelle Hannah ’25, a double-major in Chemistry and Physics, was accepted into the 2024 summer Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program at the University of Pennsylvania (UPenn). The 10-week program is funded by the U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF).


Misty Neader ’25MWS and Devin Ryan ’21

A Mother Follows Her Child’s Footsteps to a Simmons Education

During high school, Devin Ryan ’21 toured Simmons, where they later majored in Biology. Meanwhile, someone close to Ryan was also inspired by that campus tour: their mother, Misty Neader ’25MSW.


Gracyn Delaune ’24 poses with the coastline of Ireland in the background

A Multidisciplinary Education: Irish Immersion, State House Internship, and Reproductive Health Research

Sociology major Gracyn Delaune ’24 reflects on her time abroad, impactful internships and research opportunities, her favorite professors and what it is like to attend school in Boston.


Tessa Culhane ’24

Writing Speculative Fiction and Leading from Within

An interview with Tessa Culhane ’24 What are the most impactful things you have done over the last four years? In the last four years, I graduated from Cape Cod Community College with my Associate’s in Business Administration, and will...


Reham Zeroual Photo

Merging a Scholarly Stance with Lived Experience

Africana Studies and Political Science double major Reham Zeroual ’24 discusses her engagement with Student Senate, her favorite courses and professors, as well as her experience as a first-generation college student.


Calla Savelson '24

Discovering Purpose and Community through Art, Service, and Song

Arts Administration major Calla Savelson ’24 shares how she gained professional experience and build a community for herself during her time at Simmons.


Undergraduate Admission Events