A Great Return on Your Educational Investment
We know that you're looking for the education that will offer the best payoff for you in the long run. In fact, when choosing a college, you should not only consider the cost, but also the expected return on your investment.
At Simmons, you will reap the rewards of your investment from day one: superb faculty who are passionate about teaching; state-of-the-art teaching and learning facilities and technology; access to dynamic internships that prepare you for where you want to go in life; and a strong alumnae network to help you as you advance in your career and life.
Check with your School's website for financial aid details:
- CAS Graduate Study
- Graduate School of Library and Information Science
- School of Health Sciences
- School of Management
- School of Social Work
The Financial Aid Process for Undergraduates
We know that the financial aid process can be daunting. But we don't want you to lose sight of the most important thing—your future. So we're going to tell you what you need to know about ﬁnancing your education and why we believe a Simmons education offers you the best return on your investment. And we should know. Simmons has been preparing students for successful careers and meaningful lives—our central mission—for more than 100 years.
Contrary to what you might think, attending a top notch private college like Simmons doesn't have to be as expensive as it ﬁrst appears. That's because the "sticker price," the amount we publish as the cost for tuition, room and board, and fees, will probably differ from the amount you actually pay.
Undergraduate Financial Aid, Scholarships and Loans
Academic excellence and financial need are used to determine each student's financial-aid package. For undergraduates, academic merit awards range from $5,000 to full-tuition awards, renewable for four years.
You don't need to submit a CSS/PROFILE to apply for aid from Simmons. Just submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to be considered for scholarships, loans, grants, and federal work-study. Federal income tax returns will be requested if you are chosen for verification. Please see important notes about applying for aid.
For more information about financial aid, including scholarships and loan information, read about types of financial aid. To contact Student Financial Services, call 617-521-2001 or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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How to Apply for Financial Aid
- New Undergraduate Students
- New Transfer Students
- New Dix Scholars
- New Graduate Students
- International Students
The Office of Student Financial Services is here to answer any questions you may have:
Office of Student Financial Services
Main College Building
Room W-207 (second floor)
300 The Fenway
Boston, MA 02115