Suffolk’s International Student Services Office (ISSO) is the main resource for our international community. The ISSO serves as a key resource to the Suffolk community in the following areas:
- Advising international students, scholars, and departments on immigration procedures and issues
- Assisting students and departments with integration and cross-cultural communication
- Developing and sponsoring programs for international students on topics including immigration, adjustment to American society and culture, academic matters, and university resources
- Working with departments on inviting and hiring international scholars
Suffolk University Housing options range from traditional dorms to suites to apartments. We can help with all aspects of off-campus living, including finding roommates, signing a lease and keeping up with campus life.
- John Joseph Moakley Law Library
- Mildred F. Sawyer Library (also serving Madrid)
- New England School of Art & Design at Suffolk University Library
Information Technology Services (ITS) is a growing community of IT professionals located throughout Suffolk University working together to support students, faculty, and staff with a broad array of information and communications services, tools and training.
The Counseling, Health & Wellness Center is a welcoming and safe place for all Suffolk University students. No matter your background, identity, status, how you worship, or who you love, we are here for you with counseling and medical services as well as wellness education programs.
From its founding in 1906 to the present day, Suffolk University has grown to be an integral part of the city of Boston, woven into the fabric of the city, its people, and its institutions.
When you step out of one of our buildings—one of the many benefits of going to school in downtown Boston—you're stepping into the vibrant heart of the city, with all of the action and opportunity that comes with it. From the global firms of the Financial District to the halls of the State House on Beacon Hill, you'll find internships, career paths, and professional connections waiting for you.
- Michael & Larry Smith Fitness Center
- Varsity Weight Room
- Larry E. Smith & Michael S. Smith Court (Men's & Women's Basketball, Volleyball)
- East Boston Memorial Park (Baseball, Men's & Women's Soccer, Softball)
- Emmons Horrigan O'Neil Rink Charlestown DCR (Men's Hockey)
- Louis E. Porrazzo Memorial Skating Rink (Women's Hockey)
There are more than 80 student clubs and organizations at Suffolk University.
- African Student Association (ASA)
- Alpha Sigma Alpha (ASA)
- Armenian Students' Association (ASA)
- Asian American Association (AAA)
- Beta Alpha Psi (BAP)
- Beta Beta Beta (Tri-Beta)
- Black Student Union (BSU)
- Boardgame Club
- Caribbean Students Network (CSN)
- Cheerleading Club (SUCC)
- Chess Club
- Chinese Students and Scholar Association (CSSA)
- Dodgeball Club (SUDB)
- Drone Club
- Esports Division (eSports)
- Fashion (SU Fashion)
- Forensic Science Society (SUFSS)
- Her Campus (HC)
- Japanese Student Association (JSA)
- Mexican Student Association (MSA)
- Photography Club
- Queer Student Union (QSU)
- Women's Advocacy (WAC)
- Women's Club Lacrosse (SUWCL)
- Women in Government (WIG)
Accrediting Commissions and Agencies
- New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC)
- The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business - AACSB International
- AACSB for Accounting and Taxation
- American Bar Association
- American Bar Association approved paralegal education program
- American Chemical Society
- American Psychological Association
- Comunidad de Madrid - Suffolk University Madrid Campus Accreditation
- Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, Inc.
- Foundation for Interior Design Accreditation
- International Association of Counseling Centers