The Simmons University Archives collects, preserves, and makes available materials which document the history and development of Simmons University. The Archives is pleased to share this Black History @ Simmons exhibit, curated by the Simmons University Archives staff. Research and initial drafting was conducted by Abigail Burns, Class of 2017.
Previous digital collections highlighted the University's presidents, traditions, student life, buildings, and more. Future digital exhibitions will continue to focus on the unique histories and traditions of Simmons University. These digital initiatives are supported by the Simmons University Archive and Beatley Library. To view additional exhibits and online content from the Archives, please visit our History & Exhibits page.
The Simmons University Archives was Established in 1974, and dedicated to the memory of Colonel Miriam E. Perry Goll ('30) in 1980. The Archives welcomes Simmons students, faculty, alumnae, and administrators, as well as other interested researchers to visit the archives and explore the history of Simmons University.