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Make Plans to Attend: Carver Medal Ceremony to be held Jan. 27, 2016

The Carver ceremony is one of the most important events held during the academic year. It honors the memory and legacy of George Washington Carver, who began his collegiate career at Simpson College after being refused admittance to another school because of his race. The event offers Simpson another opportunity to demonstrate its commitment to diversity and inclusivity. More…

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Two Simpson Students Receive Gilman Scholarship for Study Abroad

Jay Wilkinson, director of international education, said it’s a great honor to Simpson to have two students receive the competitive national scholarships. “It brings me great satisfaction to see Simpson students like Alesi and Brenda be successful in their efforts to secure external funding to help cover some of the costs associated with their study abroad experiences,” he said. More…

Happy Veterans Day 2015!

To demonstrate the College’s commitment to veterans, Simpson has recently hired Jason Courtney to the position of Veteran Recruitment Coordinator. More…

Picking a President 2016: Simpson Students Have a Front-Row Seat

“No matter where you fall on the political spectrum, you’ll find more opportunities to engage in politics at Simpson than you’ll know what to do with. People here, important people, will value your opinion and take you seriously. If you really want to make a difference, Simpson will help you.” More…

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It All Adds Up: Simpson Accounting Majors Find Success

“I think ‘Big Four’ firms find Simpson students marketable because many of us have great internship experience and recommendations from professors who were in the field,” said Rachel Wollschlager ’15. “Professionals in the field know and trust our professors.” More…