Simmons College is a small university in the heart of Boston that combines liberal arts with professional preparation. Our internship requirement prepares students to succeed in and out of the classroom, leading to 94% of graduates finding employment or enrolling in graduate school. We empower women who are intellectually curious, ambitious, and socially conscious to become leaders in their career and in their communities.
Location: Boston, Massachusetts
Student Population: 1,700 undergraduate women 4,000 graduate men and women
Student/Staff Ratio: 10:1 Average class size: 18
Enrollment Dates: Nov. 1 – Early Action 1 Dec. 1 – Early Action 2 Feb. 1 – Regular Decision
Accreditation: Commission for Institutions of Higher Education: New England Association of Schools and Colleges (CIHE: NEASC)
Most Popular Programs: Nursing, Physical Therapy, Business Management, International Relations, Political Science, Health Sciences and pre-med
Campus Life: Simmons students have the best of both worlds with a traditional campus setting in the heart of Boston. With 10 Division III varsity athletic teams and over 50 clubs and organizations, Simmons students graduate as active and involved leaders. The Scott/Ross Center for Community Service offers additional leadership and service opportunities with over 60 community-based organizations in Boston.
Residential Options: Students are required to live on campus freshman year. The residence campus is home to 9 residence halls, Holmes Sports Center, the health center, and one of two dining halls.