- Campus Life
- Financial Aid
Lisa Smith-McQueenie, Assistant Dean/Director of Assessment and Adult Student Services
Office of the Dean for Student Life
300 The Fenway, Room C-211, Boston, MA, USA, 02215-5898
Each year, a student in the Dix Scholar Program is chosen to represent Dix Scholars and to serve as a resource to any adult student with questions or concerns. You can email Adult Student Liaison Ashli Edwards at email@example.com.
If you have been out of school for a while, the Writing Center can support your transition back into college. The Writing Center helps students become confident and independent writers through one-on-one tutoring, online tutoring, workshops, and presentations.
Dix Scholars are invited to take part in the more than 50 student organizations and academic liaisons. Many are involved as peer educators, mentors, activists, or volunteers.
Preparing our students to build successful careers and lead meaningful lives has been Simmons mission for over one hundred years. Find out what makes our approach to career education unique!
The CAA provides quality academic supports, services, and resources that enhance the learning experience, including free tutoring, tutor specialists, study groups, and more.
The Scott/Ross Center for Community Service facilitates and promotes community service and service learning for Simmons College faculty, staff, and students.
We encourage commuter students to get involved in College affairs by offering resources such as the Commuter Student Organization, the Commuter Lounge, and discounted MBTA passes.
The DSA is a student-run social and community service organization for Dix Scholars, whose purpose is to connect adult students with each other as well as other Simmons College organizations, faculty, administrators and staff.
The Dix Scholars lounge and its amenities are available to you at any time. The lounge is located on the lower level of the Main Campus Building (MCB C-005).
All adult students may take advantage of our fitness center and the Lifelong Exercise and Activities Program (LEAP). LEAP provides non-credit instructional workshops, field trips and recreational activities, and classes including yoga, emerging fitness disciplines, spinning and dance options.
The Office of Student Financial Services understands that a quality, private education is a worthwhile but expensive investment. Read about how your award will be determined and the types of funds it may include and feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-521-2001 with any questions related to financial aid.
The Office of the Dean for Student Life encourages and supports adult students as you work to attain your goals, while recognizing your need to balance student life, work, family, and numerous other obligations.
Explore your options - Interested in living on campus in graduate/Dix housing? Or would you like to know more about our short-term commuter housing for students looking to stay on campus for a night or two?
Intimidated by technology? There's no need to be! The The Pottruck Technology Resource Center (PTRC) offers training classes, one-on-one consultations with professional staff, and support with web-enhanced courses.