a current student here
The Suffolk experience is really what you make of it. There's a lot of kids that do nothing but go to class, which is an enormous waste of the services that they could have been using like free career help, professor's advice, and lectures all for the taking. That being said (and I really need to stress this part) whatever college you choose, you really need to get involved. I donâ??t care how or in what, but you need to put yourself out there and just do something that interests you. Clubs, jobs, internships, organizations on campus, conferences, shows, events, you name it. If you hear about it and think â??I might like thisâ?? then just go for it and see where it takes you. It shows other people youâ??re determined to go the extra mile and youâ??re not just in it to get a passing course grade. It lets you meet people on campus who you know are going to be going places later in life. It helps you make deep friendships with those same people who are both successful and who same the same interests that you do. And in most cases the only thing itâ??s going to cost you is time.