Boston is big league in every sense but size — and so is Simmons! Our small but mighty community attracts students and teachers who give it so much life and meaning. The historic, tree-lined Simmons campus is located on the borders of Boston's lively Fenway neighborhood and the Longwood Medical Area, which is a world-renowned hub for research and health care. We're literally surrounded by art and culture, music and history, and the resounding cheers of die-hard baseball fans at legendary Fenway Park.
Simmons joins other colleges and universities, hospitals and research centers, restaurants, performance venues, and world-class museums to create a neighborhood that is truly the soul of our city. Imagine spending a morning at the Museum of Fine Arts or the incomparable Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum right next door to Simmons, followed by lunch at a sidewalk café, a Red Sox game, and an evening with the Boston Pops — all within walking distance of Simmons.
Come visit Simmons and see if it's right for you; we invite you to visit our campus and facilities anytime. You can meet with an admission representative or faculty member, sit in on a class, tour the campus and facilities, or attend an admission event.
Interviews and Class Visits
Prospective students may arrange for an informational interview with an admission representative and/or a faculty member, or to observe a class by filling out our visit request form. You may also contact the Graduate Studies Admission office at 617-521-2915, Monday — Friday, 8:30 a.m.— 4:30 p.m. (except College holidays).
Throughout the year, the Graduate Studies Admission office hosts admission events on campus for prospective students. Please check our admission events calendar to learn about upcoming events and to register online.
If you would like more information about a particular program, or if you have questions about Simmons in general, please contact the Graduate Admission office at 617-521-2915 or email@example.com.