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Schedule Your Virtual Visit

For the continued safety of our community and guests, we are not currently offering any in-person visit opportunities. While we’re disappointed that we won’t be able to see you in person, we’re excited to engage with you virtually!

In addition to daily tours and information sessions, we’ve curated a variety of events as a part of our Simmons Series to help you learn more about Simmons! Our Simmons Series will be happening all fall. 

Visit Calendar

Virtual Class Visit

We believe that the best way to understand the Simmons academic experience is to see it first hand! That's why we're offering a wide variety of virtual classes for you to choose from.

Virtual Class Visit

Show off your Simmons pride!

Attending one of our virtual events? Show off your Simmons pride with branded zoomphone and desktop backgrounds! 

Contact Admissions

Do you have questions? Contact the Office of Undergraduate Admission via email or at 617-521-2051. We'll be glad to help you out!

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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!

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More Information

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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!

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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.

Life at Simmons

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Erin Buck ’21 is a recipient of the 3D Award for her project, “Food Justice and Social Impact: A Holistic Exploration of Modern Hunger,” and will speak on this topic at the Undergraduate Symposium on April 22.