Who Can Help

Student Emergency Funds

Primary Resource

Simmons REEF Center

The REEF Support Center is a centralized student resource hub that offers support specific to food access, housing access, off-campus living, the SOS Emergency Fund, and violence prevention, education, and survivor support. The REEF Support Center team offers 1 on 1 support in accessing on and off-campus resources and guides students in navigating challenges that may impact their academics.

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SOS Emergency Fund

The SOS fund is a collection of monetary donations that is allocated to applicants. Information taken into consideration for allocation includes housing insecurity, food/grocery insecurity, medical or mental health care costs, utilities, and EFC/previous financial aid history. This funding does not have to be repaid, and the average grant is between $300-$500 per student. Questions can be sent to [email protected].

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Student Affairs

The Student Affairs division is well known for providing student support on health and wellness issues, food and housing insecurity, and other out-of-class concerns. We empower students to be leaders through student organizations, student employment roles, and co-curricular experiences. Our Student Affairs team works hard to provide students with an experience that allows them to feel at home at Simmons. We want every Simmons student to reach their potential, gain valuable skills, and be transformed as a result of their experience.