Suffolk fosters a compelling learning environment while rigorously upholding our founding principle of equal access for all. This commitment includes both a national and international engagement, reinforcing the growing importance of a diverse, global citizenry in the 21st century.
|Institution Type:||Private not-for-profit|
|Campus Setting:||Large city|
|Highest Degree Offered:||Doctor's degree - research/scholarship and professional practice|
|Level of Institution:||Four or more years|
If you're looking to be in a city and urban setting, this is DEFINITELY your school. It's located in the heart of Boston, and majority of the campus surrounds the commons. Being an urban campus, walking quite a ways is necessary to get to certain classes. A small price to pay for a beautiful city.» Read More
Sometimes I really enjoy Suffolk, and other times I feel there are a lot of things missing. For one, the sense of community and school activity lacks greatly. The school is not so good at getting the word out about events or student happenings. The campus is also really spread out, so you have to walk through the Boston common to get to classes. The food was really sub-par until they opened up the cafe at 73 Tremont which is WORLDS better than anything they had before, so it's where I go most of the time. You'll be happy here if you are outgoing and take the time to make friends, and you may find you enjoy being with a lot of people who are a different race or class than you. I think one thing I really like about the school is that the demographics range from inner-city kids to rich international students, which makes a unique culture at the school.» Read More