SUFFOLK UNIVERSITY

United States, Massachusetts

Since 1906, Suffolk University has been integrated into Boston's thriving urban landscape, providing a truly immersive environment for learning and discovering and living. Suffolk University was established in 1906 as a law school at the time. It was in use from 1934 to 1937, during which the schools of liberal arts, sciences and business were opened. The institute offers a variety of undergraduate, graduate and law degree programs centered on real experience. Moreover, Suffolk particularly is praised for its career preparation as well as student participation. Its engineering and business courses are the most respected, with the current law school receiving positive reviews! There is no limit to access to world-class education from flexible learning methods, evening schedules to certifications and online courses.

Campus Life

With the main campus in downtown Boston, college life here goes far beyond the classroom! Life at Suffolk University is not limited to just on-campus housing and dining services. As the only university in the city, Suffolk offers an unparalleled experience. All its academic buildings and dormitory buildings are within walking distance of the city’s historical sites with restaurants, shops, sports venues and much more. Besides, more than 80 student clubs and organizations cater to exciting extracurricular activities for pupils to get involved. Aside from leisure activities, comprehensive student support services offer everything from academic guidance to counseling services, mental and physical health resources and assistance with language barriers or disabilities.

Noted Alumni

Alumni of Suffolk University are world-class leaders recognized in their field. The Suffolk University Alumni Association provides services to all graduates irrespective of their domains. So far, the Suffolk alumni network has more than 80,000 graduates from different industries and different regions. 49th Mayor of Boston John Hynes, U.S. Representative from Massachusetts James A. Burke, journalist and author James Bamford, director of the White House Office of Public Liaison George Sifakis such eminent people are affiliated with the university.

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