Suffolk University

Suffolk University

Located in the heart of downtown Boston, Suffolk University gives students unparalleled access to this dynamic city. Suffolk offers more than 60 undergraduate programs and over 50 graduate degree programs. Students in our College of Arts & Sciences, Sawyer Business School, and Law School come to Suffolk to gain the knowledge and hands-on experiential learning they need to become leaders in their chosen fields. We take pride in being a personal, student-centered university, where faculty members lead small classes and nurture their students’ success - Suffolk offers a 13:1 student-faculty ratio. Undergraduates may study at both our flagship Boston campus and our campus in Madrid, Spain. We are steps away from Boston’s top employers, and we prepare students for professional success from day one. Our partnerships with myriad institutions in Boston, across Massachusetts, and around the world grant Suffolk students a wealth of choices when it comes to internships and co-op experiences. Indeed, 95% of the Class of 2016 were employed or enrolled in graduate school within a year of graduation.

Visit Suffolk

Visit Suffolk University, located in the heart of Boston’s historic Beacon Hill neighborhood, to see why so many students choose Suffolk. Whether you attend one of our unique admission events or simply take a tour of campus, you’ll see first-hand what it’s like to live and learn in downtown Boston.

Information Sessions & Campus Tours

Get a look at our campus, both inside and outside the many buildings located in the heart of Boston. The student-guided walking tour showcases the Mildred F. Sawyer Library, classrooms and lab spaces, student lounges and cafes, and one of Suffolk’s four residence halls. On select days, a representative from The Office of Undergraduate Admission will conduct an information session prior to the tour about the admission process, financial aid, study abroad programs, internships, and campus life.

Class Visits

Class Visit Days are available for seniors in high school who have applied to Suffolk University. On your visit, you will attend a class in your anticipated major, enjoy lunch in one of our dining halls, and take a campus tour.

Art & Design Events

Our Art & Design events are specifically designed with the art student in mind. This visit option includes an information session that provides more information about our portfolio and admission requirements, financial aid, and job placements. Students also have the opportunity to tour the Art & Design gallery, studios, and classrooms and participate in a studio experience workshop.

Personal Interview

Although not required for admission, a personal interview helps The Office of Undergraduate Admission to make a more informed admission decision. We can also address any questions you may have about Suffolk.

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