-It's a small campus so you get everywhere quickly.
-Very close to other colleges; in the Fenway.
-Great professors. Although you do have to research them to find ones that will challenge you academically.
-The Main Campus Building smells. I don't know what it is, but it smells like it hasn't been cleaned since the 50s.
-No diversity whatsoever. Most of the women are either from MA, NH, or Maine. If you're lucky you'll meet someone from an exotic land, such as California... :s
-Too many stupid requirements that take up much of your time: iComps, MCC, FYE, Modes....
-The parents are notified of everything, so it's like going to a boarding school.
-Most of the students are too preoccupied with their personal lives to actually care about their studies.
-Sh!t financial aid help.
-If you don't make friends in the first few days, you're screwed. I'm a commuter student. Because I didn't attend, I wasn't able to befriend anyone early on like in orientation. Whenever I see one of my classmates around campus I smile and they just turn their heads... So yeah, snotty students.
-A LOT of Simmons students wearing Mt. Holyoke/Smith/Wellesley sweaters...they should just get over it.