Simmons University is pleased to provide this Net Price Calculator to prospective freshmen and families to aid in their college planning. The Calculator will provide an estimate of the merit and need-based grant amounts you may qualify to receive while attending Simmons University. The estimates provided here are based on our awarding policies for the 2019-2020 year, are subject to change, and do not include your federal loan or work-study eligibility.
  • Your estimate is meant to help you plan your educational financing and is based on information you provide in this calculator.
  • This calculator is intended for full-time, first-time, domestic freshmen who are US citizens or eligible non-citizens.
  • The estimate provided in this calculator does not provide information about a student’s admissibility to Simmons University, nor does it provide a final financial aid determination. Estimates of aid and net price are based on cost of attendance and information you provide in this calculator. The estimates shall not be binding on the Secretary of Education, Simmons University, or the State.
  • Information provided in this calculator does not replace an admission or financial aid application. Please be sure to complete all admission application materials as well as the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to apply for admission and financial aid at Simmons University. Our FAFSA school code is 002208.
  • Once your FAFSA is received, Simmons University will make any additional information requests to complete your financial aid application. Disbursement of financial aid is contingent upon the receipt and review of all requested information.
  • If your family has special circumstances, please contact the office of Student Financial Services after you receive your award letter. Your financial aid officer will be able to review your circumstances, determine if additional information will be needed, and re-evaluate the award you may be offered.
  • We are pleased to be able offer many types of financial aid to our students and families. For our full-time students enrolling in college for the first time in 2019, 100% received merit or grant aid.