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Future Students

Why Choose Simmons?

Simmons will help you make the most of the time, money, and energy you invest in your education — and in your future. Here are some of the advantages we offer:

  • A small, accessible community that encourages collaboration and challenges students to do their best.
  • Faculty who focus on your educational objectives and career needs, while undertaking research and publishing books, but never at the expense of their primary obligation to teach.
  • An outstanding location in the heart of Boston, a world-class college town with unlimited educational, career, and social opportunities.
  • A vibrant alumnae/i community that's 50,000 strong.

Undergraduate Programs

Simmons's innovative undergraduate college for women offers more than 40 majors and programs.

In addition to established majors, the OPEN Program (Option for Personalize Educational Needs) allows students to custom design majors.

Students also may choose from more than a dozen integrated undergraduate/graduate programs and accelerated degrees. Nearly 30% of Simmons students major in two subjects.

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Are you an Adult Learner over 24 or looking for a second bachelors?

Simmons offers the Dix Scholars program which is designed for women who are 24 years or older.
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High School Sophomores & Juniors

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Graduate Schools & Programs

Simmons College has four graduate schools and graduate programs in the College of Arts and Sciences. Each school has its own admission office. Please select the school in which you're interested:

Getting More Information

We're delighted of your interest in Simmons.

If you have any questions, don't hesitate to get in touch with one of our admission representatives »

Find a Person

You can find contact info for faculty, staff, students, and alumnae/i by using our online directories »

Not sure who to contact?

You can contact the web team and we will do our best to put you in touch with the right office.

Visiting Simmons

Deciding where to go to college or graduate school is one of the more important decisions you'll make. The best way to tell if it's right for you is to visit, meet other students, attend a class, and walk through the campus. Check out our of upcoming admission events and details on visiting each School:

Schedule a Visit

If you can't make it to one of our admission events, you may arrange for a personal visit through the appropriate Admission Office.

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Applying to Simmons

Ready to apply? Our admission representatives are here to help you through. Just select the program you are interested in, and go from there!

 

Have a Question?

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Finanacing Your Education

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.

Questions? Contact Us!

We are here to answer any questions you may have about Simmons.

Lost?

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Upcoming Admission Events

Date & Time Admission Event
Oct 1 Graduate Gender/Cultural Studies Program
Oct 1 Children's Literature at Boston Campus
Oct 1 Graduate Special Education Programs
Oct 1 Graduate Behavior Analysis Programs
Oct 1 Graduate General Education Programs
Oct 1 Math Boot Camp
Oct 1 Graduate Public Policy Program
Oct 2 MSW Information Session
Oct 4 LIS at Mount Holyoke
Oct 5 Children's Literature at The Eric Carle Museum
Oct 7 Graduate History Class Visit - "Archives, History and Collective Memory"
Oct 15 Graduate History Class Visit - "Historical Methods"
Oct 18 Health Care MBA Showcase
Oct 18 MSW Information Session
Oct 18 M.S. in Management Showcase
Oct 18 MBA Showcase
Oct 20 Graduate English Class Visit - "The Post Colonial Novel"
Oct 22 Adult Undergraduate Information Session
Oct 22 Transfer Information Session
Oct 22 Brown Bag Lunch Series: Negotiating Conditions for Career Success
Oct 22 SNHS Information Session
Nov 1 LIS & Children's Literature at Boston Campus
Nov 2 Children's Literature at The Eric Carle Museum
Nov 2 November Open House
Nov 4 LIS at Mount Holyoke
Nov 4 Graduate History Class Visit - "Archives, History and Collective Memory"
Nov 5 Graduate English Class Visit - "Contemporary Theory"
Nov 12 Adult Undergraduate Information Session
Nov 12 SNHS Information Session
Nov 12 Transfer Information Session
Nov 12 Graduate History Class Visit - "Historical Methods"
Nov 15 Graduate General Education Programs
Nov 15 Graduate Public Policy Program
Nov 15 Graduate Behavior Analysis Programs
Nov 15 Graduate History Program
Nov 15 MSW Information Session
Nov 15 Graduate English Program
Nov 15 Graduate Gender/Cultural Studies Program
Nov 15 Graduate Special Education Programs
Nov 20 Brown Bag Lunch Series: Health Reform and Health Management: What Lies Ahead
Nov 22 Adult and Transfer Nursing Information Session
Dec 1 Graduate English Class Visit - "English Literature of the 17th Century"
Dec 2 Graduate Gender/Cultural Studies Program
Dec 2 Graduate Graduate Education Programs
Dec 2 Graduate Behavior Analysis Program
Dec 2 Graduate Special Education Programs
Dec 2 Graduate Public Policy Program
Dec 6 LIS at Mount Holyoke
Dec 7 December Open House
Dec 9 Adult Undergraduate Information Session
Dec 9 SNHS Information Session
Dec 9 Transfer Information Session
Dec 10 LIS at Boston Campus
Dec 10 Children's Literature at Boston Campus
Dec 11 MSW Information Session
Dec 14 Children's Literature at The Eric Carle Museum
Jan 8 LIS at Mount Holyoke
Jan 14 SNHS Information Session
Jan 24 MSW Information Session
Feb 12 MSW Information Session
Apr 18 SNHS Information Session
May 20 SNHS Information Session
Jun 10 SNHS Information Session
Jul 14 SNHS Information Session

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