Schedule Your Virtual Visit
As of March 16, 2020, we will not be offering in-person visit opportunities. We are sorry we will be unable to see you in person, but we’re excited to engage with you virtually!
To schedule your virtual visit, please complete the visit form with your request and the date and time that would you like to connect with us.
Meet Us at a Virtual College Fair
Meet Simmons at the National Association for College Admission Counseling's Virtual College Fairs this fall! Register to schedule individual appointments and attend live presentations with our admission team.
- Sunday, September 13, 12-8pm ET
- Monday, October 12, 1-9pm ET
- Sunday, October 18, 12-8pm ET
- Sunday, November 8, 2-10pm ET
Show off your Simmons pride!
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!
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
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