Reviews of Simmons University (College)

300 Fenway, Boston, MA 02115, United States

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At present this firm gets a rating of 3.8 out of 5 and this score has been calculated on 34 reviews.

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Amanda Rivera

Went to a tour of the campus. Staff was lovely and ambiance was great.

Michael Miller

God Bless You.

Jo Lane

Simmons is an absolutely terrible school. Not only are the staff and faculty completely disorganized and incompetent, the school has zero name recognition...even in Boston. I went to Simmons because I received an academic scholarship and thought I was making a wise financial decision by enrolling in their nursing program. Huge mistake. I knew after orientation weekend that I had made a horrible life decision. A majority of the girls in my class were flat-out weird. The professors were awful. In my organic chemistry class, I went to visit the professor for help understanding a particular topic. During our meeting, the only advice he provided me with was to "make flashcards." Gee, thanks, idiot. Thankfully, I transferred to a real school after my freshman year and never looked back. Don't let their faux "women empowerment" mantra sway you into thinking this is a good option for higher education. It's not. The student body, faculty, brand is all below average. There are many excellent schools in Boston and the greater Boston area: Boston College, Boston University, Harvard, MIT...heck, even Northeastern blows Simmons out of the water. Please don't settle for attending this no-name school, even if it's free.

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Andrea Schlechty

I have had an amazing experience at Simmons in graduate studies, even as a commuter student. Can't wait to graduate next Friday and will miss the campus.

G.Q. Sage Brown

I did the online Social Work Master's for only one term. The entire program is very poorly organized. I did not receive a financial aid check until 11 or 12 weeks into the term. The format of the online classes was terrible, class sessions would oftentimes crash or I would lose audio connection. Attempting to speak with financial aid, or advisors was nearly impossible. Even if I had something urgent, the earliest I would receive a reply was a week, sometime I never even received a reply back. If you value your education and an efficient academic process, please do not waste your time, effort, or money on this school. The only positive things I have to say about this school were my interactions with professors, who were very nice and knowledgable and my academic support specialist. Aside from that, everything is mismanaged, poorly organized, and caused more stress and effort than necessary.

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Emma Rudié

Exceptional nursing school!

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Kathy Southard

I went to Simmons from 1993-1997. I've gone back to see the changes. The campus is beautiful. But I think Simmons itself has not changed, in that it is still a great place for a woman to study and grow. It is a caring and empowering environment. I'm still in touch with professors whom I had gotten to know on a first name basis. That doesn't happen at a large impersonal university. Set in Boston, being at a woman's only college does not detract from having a social life. In fact for me especially, this was a good thing. My social life took place off-campus and did I have a social life then! I ended up in a 7 year relationship with an MIT student at the time, whom one of my Simmons classmates introduced to me. MIT is really where my social life was. I almost felt like I went there, too. (lol) But when I was on campus, I was focused on my studies. For me, it was a good thing that men were not around as they are a serious distraction for me. I ended up going to Boston University for graduate school after Simmons. And my experience at BU confirmed for me, just how lucky I was at Simmons as an undergraduate. I did enjoy my time at BU, too. BU is a wonderful university, but it is huge. What was lacking was the small supportive community atmosphere and that pervasive sense that the institution really cares and wants you to succeed as a woman. Yes, Simmons has always been about female empowerment. I still feel extraordinarily lucky to have found Simmons and to have spent 4 years there. Thank you Simmons!

Laura Plaza

Kate Hill

Don't go here if you have any special needs whatsoever, very narrow minded and discriminatory


Trisha Chinski

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Truly awful school.

Nadege Richard


I hated it!!

Alison Carr

patience ellis

My mother went there and was well educated - so did my aunt!

Alice Austin


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