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Campus Moves

Scheduled Electrical Shutdown in MCB & Steam Shutdown on the Academic Campus – October 23 and 24

As the construction of the new Science and Library building progresses, scheduled shutdowns of the electrical and steam systems are now necessary in order to connect the new systems with the existing systems. Please find below details and impact of the scheduled work taking place on Saturday, October 23 and Sunday, October 24. Scheduled Electrical Shutdown of MCB will take […]

October 12, 2021

Reminder: Key Pickup

Due to student move-in and other campus activities, there will not be a welcome table in Common Grounds this week. To pick up your keys, please visit the Facilities Office, Main College Building-012, on Wednesday, August 25 or Thursday, August 26 between 9 – 11am or 1 – 3pm. There will be further information shared on dates and […]

August 25, 2021

Accessing Lefavour Hall and the Center for Student Success (CSS)

We wanted to provide some advance notice of how to access Lefavour Hall and the CSS as campus construction continues. There will be signage posted starting by the entrance to Park Science, and you can view the map and follow the step-by-step instructions on following the detour path to Lefavour Hall.

August 25, 2021

Elevator Inspections Starting Friday, August 27

During the first week of September, we will be performing the annual state-mandated elevator inspections on all buildings on the Simmons Academic and Residence campuses. Elevator inspections last for a few hours, and are performed one elevator at a time. All buildings on the Academic Campus (with the exception of One Palace Road) should always have one working elevator. View the full schedule of elevator inspections. Contact Facilities (617-521-2525) with construction […]

August 25, 2021

Return to Campus Scheduling

The Return to Campus Steering Committee would like to get a better idea of when employees are returning to campus in order to make sure we have enough staffing and amenities to serve employees.  Staff and Welcome Back Ambassadors will be distributing keys and answering questions in Common Grounds from 8 am to 12 pm […]

July 29, 2021

Calling For Street Team Volunteers

Student Affairs is looking for faculty and staff to join the Street Team and assist with student move-in this August. This is a great way to meet other employees and new students in our community. Learn more and complete the sign-up form by Friday, August 6. Email questions to Corey Zohlman.

July 26, 2021

Welcome Back Ambassadors

The Return To Campus Team is looking for volunteers to serve as Welcome Back Ambassadors to greet returning employees. Ambassadors will receive a sneak peek at the new campus renovations along with other important information to be a helpful resource for your colleagues. We will offer two-hour time slots for volunteers during the first two […]

July 23, 2021

Welcome the Class of 2024 and 2025 to Campus!

Dear Faculty and Staff, We will welcome over 400 first years and many first-time on-campus sophomores to their new home on the Simmons Residence Campus in less than a month. Each move-in day, we collaborate with many offices to create a smooth and welcoming experience for students, including our Admissions, Administrative Services, Conference Services, Facilities, […]

July 14, 2021

Construction Update

Dear Faculty and Staff, I am writing to provide an update on campus construction, as great progress has been made since the last update in June. The demolition phase has been completed in the SOM and in Palace Road buildings and is 90% complete in the Main College Building.  The demo has been significant in all […]

July 22, 2020

Email On Construction Safety Protocols

The following email was sent from Laura Brink Pisinki on June 24 on Construction Safety Protocols: Dear Simmons Colleagues, We’re pleased to report that campus construction is well underway and every day we see progress. We will post some photos from campus in an upcoming daily message so you can see for yourself!  As you can imagine, […]

June 25, 2020