Since 1899, Simmons has offered a pioneering liberal arts education for undergraduate women integrated with professional work experience.Today, Simmons also encompasses the many benefits of a small university For more than 100 years,a Simmons education has integrated professional preparation, intellectual exploration,and community orientation,because all three approaches are necessary for success.
Our faculty are actively engaged in research, scholarship and creative work.
The Office of Student Leadership and Activities supports student organizations and collaborates to organize programs throughout the year to enrich the college experience. Leadership training programs help to build essential leadership skills while building bonds between students.
Any student requiring a special housing accommodation of any type should send the request and documentation to Timothy Rogers, Coordinator of Disability Services at Simmons College.
The Library's collections of print and electronic books, journals, and other media, have been developed to enhance the curriculum, and library staff are available to assist users with accessing and using these resources. The Simmons College Archives is located in the Library and houses a collection of College records, publications, manuscripts, photographs, and rare books.
The Health Center, which is located on the Simmons Residence Campus, offers health care to Simmons undergraduate and graduate students, and is a provider of health services to students at other area colleges as well. Services are available 7 days a week, 24 hours a day during the academic year either at the Center, or when the Center is closed, by telephone contact with the provider on call.
Simmons's residence halls offer special-interest housing, including a foodie floor, sports pride floor, arts floor, and wellness areas that emphasize holistic health. Handicapped accessible rooms are available, as well as rooms for visitors and commuter students needing the occasional overnight stay. All first-year students are guaranteed housing.
Simmons Health, Wellness and Recreation Programs are part of the Division of Student Life. They are designed to create a health-conscious culture within the Simmons community and promote the well-being of Simmons students in support of their academic success. Health, Wellness, and Recreation Programs specialize in offering direct health and wellness programming, as well as preventative and educational outreach initiatives.
Simmons students are serious about keeping active and getting involved. With our wide variety of student groups on campus, there's something for everyone. You can learn more about student activities in this section, or you can jump right in and check out OrgSync, our dedicated student group website.
Simmons College is accredited by the Commission for Institutions of Higher Education of the New England Association of Schools and Colleges. First accredited in 1929, the College was last re-accredited in April 2011.
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