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Simpson Honors 87 Students at December Commencement

The ceremony included 74 students who are candidates for a Bachelor of Arts degree; seven students who are candidates for a Master of Arts in Teaching degree; three students who are candidates for a Bachelor of Music degree; and three students who are candidates for a Master of Arts in Criminal Justice degree. More…

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Look for Simpson’s Tree at Festival of Trees & Lights

Simpson is sponsoring a tree at the five-day-long event, which begins Wednesday, Nov. 26 and ends on Sunday, Nov. 30. The College’s Advancement department led the decoration project. The event is the main fundraiser for Blank Children’s Hospital. It features decorated trees, entertainment, children’s activities, food, shopping and more. Admission is $5. More…

Spotlight Shines on Two Simpson Students

Jacob McLain and Jacy Gomez were the two Simpson students chosen to ask a question at the Sept. 28 debate. It was a huge honor, and yet another example of the many unique opportunities available to Simpson students. More…

Excitement Builds as Move to New Ankeny Campus Draws Closer

Simpson President Jay Simmons heralded the move saying the College “is responding to demand for more space and the reality that people earn better when they have a Bachelors degree. Only 25 percent of Iowans currently have an associate or BA degree, representing a serious gap between demand of employers and supply of degreed candidates. Given the growth of Ankeny, the timing is perfect. We are excited to be Ankeny’s liberal arts college.” More…