Suffolk University

Suffolk University, located in MA, was one of the best colleges in the US in 2016.

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www.suffolk.edu 8 Ashburton Pl Beacon Hill Boston MA 02108-2770 (617) 573-8000
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In the school year, 8,786 applicants applied to Suffolk University. Out of which 7,372 of the applicants were admitted and 0 enrolled.

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School Reviews (50)


Internet

Rated 3.6/5

Campus

Rated 4.0/5

Library

Rated 4.0/5

Happiness

Rated 4.1/5

Clubs

Rated 3.6/5

Location

Rated 4.0/5

Social

Rated 3.3/5

Food

Rated 2.8/5

Opportunities

Rated 3.9/5

Safety

Rated 0.7/5

  • Overall school rating 1/5
    Regret going to this institution every day i have class. If you're looking for a more traditional campus feel & atmosphere then this school isn't for you. It's a great school for Law & Business majors, there's a lot of networking & opportunities. Other than that it's really expensive and credits are off after transferring in. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    I have loved my time at Suffolk. You have to take advantage of all the opportunities the school give you. If you want a bigger campus and more of a traditional college feel it may be disappointing. The education is as great as any other large school. Definitely more focused on business and law, but NESAD programs are amazing, too! ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    Great school in the heart of Boston. But what Suffolk sells to you isn't what you get. Money is spent on other parts of the university when it should focus on what the students need. Commuters virtually have no help from Suffolk, discarded from the rest of the freshman class. Not for everyone ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 2/5
    I met some of the greatest professors, but the university needs a lot more coordination, professionalism, and opportunity. There is NO campus, barely any clubs. I'm very outgoing yet I found it hard to fit in here. Teachers are subpar, generally do not calculate grades until the very end of the semester, are not available for office hours and don't seem to ever check their email. Maybe some will like it, but it's definitely not for me. Has no activities going on, so boring, most of students transferred on their first and second year. expensive school for nothing. just avoid it and find different one. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    Great location, easy to meet people if you get involved, going out is fun if you like bars and clubs but not parties. Social events are often times a failure, no one bothers showing up to any. Largely a commuter school, campus is pretty dead after 4-5pm. Other than that, the one thing I really enjoyed here are the classes. Some really awesome professors here, super nice, extremely knowledgeable and helpful. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 2/5
    I love Suffolk! Professors vary, some are fantastic and others are mediocre. Work level is average, but varies on a students major ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    Suffolk University is great. There is a lot of wealthy people at this school so you may feel like a peasant sometimes. If you don't plan on living in the dorms, you are gonna have a small network of people for the remainder of your time here. Maybe it's just my temperament, but I like that it's not a complete party-town. If you want to party, you just have to go off-campus, it's not a big deal. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    Location is great in terms of the Government majors interested in state politics but overall safety of the campus is right up there with the greats like Kabul, Afghanistan. Do not come here if you are expecting a party school with your typical college campus and sports teams. Suffolk is centered right in the middle of Boston with opportunities all around you. Great experience. Being in Boston without a real campus is a real eye opener and reality check. I can't imagine being anywhere else. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    Great school. One of the reasons I decided to go to Suffolk is because of the location and the remarkable courses they have to offer. As many may say, you get what you put in. Some classes may seem easy, but that is the perfect opportunity to take honor classes. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 2/5
    You'll like it here if you want to have a city as your campus. Just scattered buildings. New elevators are a pain. Menu in dining halls never change. Commuter school. The food sucks. One dining hall can only be accessed if you live in that building. The only good things are that you are in Boston and some of the professors are cool. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    It's a lively school in Boston. But the city is also our biggest asset. Internship and job opportunities are literally steps away. Get involved, it is easy to make friends when you put yourself out there. The experience is so much better if you get involved, join a club and have something to do. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    Great location, helpful and respected professors, and friendly students. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    Great variety of teachers! ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 1/5
    I read online that this school is a community college for the rich. Food is awful, force freshman to pay for a meal plan, the food is cheap in quality, then they jack up the price. At the end of the year you need to spend your money bc you cant get a penny back. After attending for a year, I believe it to be true. Suffolk University is in downtown Boston, but that is the only highlight. The education quality is low, and the students are all too wealthy for their own good. I miss Boston, but I do not regret transferring to a better school. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    This school was not my first school when I made the decision to come here, but I surely do not regret it. If you seek to be involved starting freshman year, it will bring you a LONG way. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    Great school albeit the negative press it has been getting! PERFECT Amazing professors, great resources-the works. The problem is the student body. There are too many dummies who make you question how they got in. If they aren't dumb then they are snooty and only care about money. And the rest are both dumb and rich. But if you keep your nose in the books you're good to go. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    Its a great school, despite everything that has been happening. Perfect location in Downtown Boston, with classes within reasonable walking distance. I cannot complain about the academics, it has been a great choice thus far. The college is safe for the most part, but with its location, the occasional run-in with crime is evident. Good choice IMO!! ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    Making friends if you live off-campus is impossible or attending the clubs I was undecided at first, but now I've chosen a major that Suffolk offers a great opportunity for. I do not regret my decision. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 1/5
    Don't come here if you want to party. They do not know how to teach and instead curve generously to make up for their own shortcomings. There are few electives and you are not intellectually challenged. DON'T GO HERE! Suffolk is previously commuter and still carries that mentality. No greek life/on campus partying. Freshman based dorm life. Good for independence. Feels like you're living in an apartment. Very detached from a tradition college experience. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    Suffolk is great for a kid like me who wanted an international experience, wanted to live in a city with great opportunity and wanted to get to know totally new people. International students can have scholarships when they transfer in with a high GPA. But if youre a science major, its best to stay away ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    It's an amazing school You get to have friends from all around the world. i don't know about the cost, i got scholarship. i even made friends with the security guards. it is close to everything. the new elevator system is kinda stupid other than that really great school. i'm happy i ended up in suffolk. Simple as that. If you choose to learn, don't take easy A classes and slack. You're PAYING for the education, pick classes that thoroughly interests you and pick a professor that challenges you. I'm not saying the HARDEST classes and stress yourself out-- but make it a balance. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    I love Suffolk. I'm content. No real campus. Wouldn't transfer. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    You really should choose your major and research the opportunities offered before coming to the school. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    Suffolk faces challenges with our changing leadership and city location. I have friends from all over the world. Love Suffolk. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    Nice school, and stepping up their game. I believe that people who are unsatisfied with Suffolk are people who did not do sufficient research. There are so many opportunities that come from not just being at Suffolk, but being in Boston. The city is our campus!! Many changes are in route to make this school even better. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    Love how it is in the heart of Boston Networking is key! ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    People need to do more research before choosing a school. The location is amazing and the class sizes really allow students to feel important and engaged. It is key to dorm there at some point though, otherwise it's hard to make friends. Other than that, the night life is the city of Boston and it's so cool being part of such a monumental place. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    Campus is great. The amount of connections to be made are endless. Many professors in the school are currently working in their field or have had a lot of experience before retiring. Socially speaking, greek life is becoming more and more popular every year, sports are decent, and dorm life is.. . social. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    You will love it here there is nothing you can't do! I've only been here for my first semester and I've already had four fantastic professors and learned a TON. It's true this isn't a typical college with a big campus. There's no greek life and not much for parties, but I came here to learn, not to attend high school again. This is why I love it here. :) ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    Being in Downtown Boston provides countless opportunities. Why would I choose Suffolk University over, let's say, North Eastern? Suffolk is literally in the middle of everything. Suffolk talks big game, but they MEAN it. They do follow through with everything. Love it. Being a commuter is hard wherever you go. NOT just Suffolk. Put in the effort and you'll love it. Now, three years later, I love it and am so happy I chose this school! ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    The food is by Sodexo which is honoured other than that I love the school! There is no D1 football team. There are no frats and sororities. And that's why I love this school. If you want to waste thousands of dollars of your parents money, go to a state school. If you want to learn and get a job when you graduate and are a mature and responsible student, go to Suffolk, you'll love it. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    I'm really glad that I decided to attend Suffolk. Everyone is pretty friendly and Boston is our campus. There is no better location out there. Some professors do have thick accents but most are very passionate about their work! ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    Love this school because every single professor actually cares for their students. Professors especially in the government department not impressed with considering this school is known for law and government. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    Ive never been in such charming, very positive and motivating place such as Suffolk University before. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 2/5
    Suffolk is an amazing campus in a beautiful city Boston. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    Suffolk is amazing, I've just had an all around great experience. Love the location because it isn't the typical college campus. I love that the buildings are actually in society and not on a campus. Its convenient...and I commute in...the professors are great. I really love where I go to school and it makes a difference. definitely look into suffolk. but not for the non-city person. I'm graduating in May, and already have multiple opportunities lined up for full-time employment immediately following graduation. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    Suffolk has changed there is new campus. Unfortunately it lacks campus feel and food in the cafeteria is not very good and too expensive. Luckily there are enough good places nearby, only downside is you need more time to eat. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    i like suffolk but i wish it had more varied clubs like quid ditch or spanish club etc nothing special about this school ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    As a Transfer student I was nervous. The food sucks so you definitely want to spend money eating around Boston, there are many choices. The majority of the professors are great. The school is filled with wealthy students and the schools itself is very expensive but I don't mind it. It is a good school and I enjoy my time there. If you don't like the school, transfer. And if you're unsure about coming here, do a lot of research, go on a tour, and ask students real questions that concern you when it comes to schools. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    If youre a commuter there's not much social opportunity Transferred to BU ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    Suffolk is great if you like the city. It's an oasis in the great city of Boston. Boston is truly the school's campus, the quad is the Boston Common and people live all over the city and the suburbs. There are no limits to what you can achieve at Suffolk University. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    Fantastic school for independent students. I was stuck between picking Belmont University and Suffolk. I feel that I made the right choice in choosing this school. There are so many opportunities for students and staff to get to know each other. The small class size really helps personalize the college experience! ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 2/5
    An OKAY school but in 10-20 years this school could improve much more. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 1/5
    Campus is scattered, dorms are alright (note: the amazing views are only top floor in Miller). Love the location, but no campus/community feel to it and never will be until they provide more on campus housing. No school spirit. Some great professors, but you have to be selective. Food is horrible. School has potential, especially if they higher their acceptance standards. Most of the teachers are incredibly terrible and the average student is about as dumb as they come (though if you are dumb maybe this is the school for you) There is no school spirit and they have the worst career services I have ever heard of. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 1/5
    I am transferring out. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    Suffolk is a great school. The opportunities are amazing, but you must put in the work. The location is amazing as you are right in the middle of Boston. Other than the 73 cafe, the dining services at the school are awful. Other than that, this school is great and I highly recommend it. If you are a science major it will be a bit tougher because its big on Law and Business majors. Other than that the professors are kind and location is great ! ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 2/5
    If they had more social areas and more places to study it would greatly improve student moral. Just wish there was more diversity... and less expensive. fees tend to be high if you're not on a budget ,cafe is not the best but ehh ok ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    This wasn't my top choice, but it was the most affordable. The food leaves much to be desired and the internet isn't great, but Suffolk makes up for it in most other areas. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    Suffolk is a great school for academics. I came here solo and, as a really introverted person, have pushed myself to make friends and join clubs and its been really great so far. really inclusive & welcoming. Location is great but I feel as if it does not offer enough. It is located in downtown Boston and I would have expected a full campus or for more activities to be held out doors such as in the Boston Commons or the House of the Blues. I feel like it could add more to the students calenders. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 2/5
    Suffolk has a great location and it can be fun to live in the city, academically it's wonderful all the professors really care and they make it easy to have a minor or double major ,however Suffolk can be very tough socially there are not a ton of options here and people are either very snooty or very artsy ,you will make friends with time though Business school is definitely the focal point and the best part of the university. Math department is severely lacking. There's not much of a social scene here. You have to be 21 to go out anywhere. A ton of the student population lives outside of the states. Not too hard overall, but I it believe it might offer some good opportunities for jobs and oh, so many internships. ...Continue reading

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  • Overall school rating 1/5
    Regret going to this institution every day i have class. If you're looking for a more traditional campus feel & atmosphere then this school isn't for you. It's a great school for Law & Business majors, there's a lot of networking & opportunities. Other than that it's really expensive and credits are off after transferring in. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    I have loved my time at Suffolk. You have to take advantage of all the opportunities the school give you. If you want a bigger campus and more of a traditional college feel it may be disappointing. The education is as great as any other large school. Definitely more focused on business and law, but NESAD programs are amazing, too! ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    Great school in the heart of Boston. But what Suffolk sells to you isn't what you get. Money is spent on other parts of the university when it should focus on what the students need. Commuters virtually have no help from Suffolk, discarded from the rest of the freshman class. Not for everyone ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 2/5
    I met some of the greatest professors, but the university needs a lot more coordination, professionalism, and opportunity. There is NO campus, barely any clubs. I'm very outgoing yet I found it hard to fit in here. Teachers are subpar, generally do not calculate grades until the very end of the semester, are not available for office hours and don't seem to ever check their email. Maybe some will like it, but it's definitely not for me. Has no activities going on, so boring, most of students transferred on their first and second year. expensive school for nothing. just avoid it and find different one. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    Great location, easy to meet people if you get involved, going out is fun if you like bars and clubs but not parties. Social events are often times a failure, no one bothers showing up to any. Largely a commuter school, campus is pretty dead after 4-5pm. Other than that, the one thing I really enjoyed here are the classes. Some really awesome professors here, super nice, extremely knowledgeable and helpful. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 2/5
    I love Suffolk! Professors vary, some are fantastic and others are mediocre. Work level is average, but varies on a students major ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    Suffolk University is great. There is a lot of wealthy people at this school so you may feel like a peasant sometimes. If you don't plan on living in the dorms, you are gonna have a small network of people for the remainder of your time here. Maybe it's just my temperament, but I like that it's not a complete party-town. If you want to party, you just have to go off-campus, it's not a big deal. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    Location is great in terms of the Government majors interested in state politics but overall safety of the campus is right up there with the greats like Kabul, Afghanistan. Do not come here if you are expecting a party school with your typical college campus and sports teams. Suffolk is centered right in the middle of Boston with opportunities all around you. Great experience. Being in Boston without a real campus is a real eye opener and reality check. I can't imagine being anywhere else. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    Great school. One of the reasons I decided to go to Suffolk is because of the location and the remarkable courses they have to offer. As many may say, you get what you put in. Some classes may seem easy, but that is the perfect opportunity to take honor classes. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 2/5
    You'll like it here if you want to have a city as your campus. Just scattered buildings. New elevators are a pain. Menu in dining halls never change. Commuter school. The food sucks. One dining hall can only be accessed if you live in that building. The only good things are that you are in Boston and some of the professors are cool. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    It's a lively school in Boston. But the city is also our biggest asset. Internship and job opportunities are literally steps away. Get involved, it is easy to make friends when you put yourself out there. The experience is so much better if you get involved, join a club and have something to do. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    Great location, helpful and respected professors, and friendly students. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    Great variety of teachers! ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 1/5
    I read online that this school is a community college for the rich. Food is awful, force freshman to pay for a meal plan, the food is cheap in quality, then they jack up the price. At the end of the year you need to spend your money bc you cant get a penny back. After attending for a year, I believe it to be true. Suffolk University is in downtown Boston, but that is the only highlight. The education quality is low, and the students are all too wealthy for their own good. I miss Boston, but I do not regret transferring to a better school. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    This school was not my first school when I made the decision to come here, but I surely do not regret it. If you seek to be involved starting freshman year, it will bring you a LONG way. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    Great school albeit the negative press it has been getting! PERFECT Amazing professors, great resources-the works. The problem is the student body. There are too many dummies who make you question how they got in. If they aren't dumb then they are snooty and only care about money. And the rest are both dumb and rich. But if you keep your nose in the books you're good to go. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    Its a great school, despite everything that has been happening. Perfect location in Downtown Boston, with classes within reasonable walking distance. I cannot complain about the academics, it has been a great choice thus far. The college is safe for the most part, but with its location, the occasional run-in with crime is evident. Good choice IMO!! ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    Making friends if you live off-campus is impossible or attending the clubs I was undecided at first, but now I've chosen a major that Suffolk offers a great opportunity for. I do not regret my decision. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 1/5
    Don't come here if you want to party. They do not know how to teach and instead curve generously to make up for their own shortcomings. There are few electives and you are not intellectually challenged. DON'T GO HERE! Suffolk is previously commuter and still carries that mentality. No greek life/on campus partying. Freshman based dorm life. Good for independence. Feels like you're living in an apartment. Very detached from a tradition college experience. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    Suffolk is great for a kid like me who wanted an international experience, wanted to live in a city with great opportunity and wanted to get to know totally new people. International students can have scholarships when they transfer in with a high GPA. But if youre a science major, its best to stay away ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    It's an amazing school You get to have friends from all around the world. i don't know about the cost, i got scholarship. i even made friends with the security guards. it is close to everything. the new elevator system is kinda stupid other than that really great school. i'm happy i ended up in suffolk. Simple as that. If you choose to learn, don't take easy A classes and slack. You're PAYING for the education, pick classes that thoroughly interests you and pick a professor that challenges you. I'm not saying the HARDEST classes and stress yourself out-- but make it a balance. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    I love Suffolk. I'm content. No real campus. Wouldn't transfer. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    You really should choose your major and research the opportunities offered before coming to the school. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    Suffolk faces challenges with our changing leadership and city location. I have friends from all over the world. Love Suffolk. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    Nice school, and stepping up their game. I believe that people who are unsatisfied with Suffolk are people who did not do sufficient research. There are so many opportunities that come from not just being at Suffolk, but being in Boston. The city is our campus!! Many changes are in route to make this school even better. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    Love how it is in the heart of Boston Networking is key! ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    People need to do more research before choosing a school. The location is amazing and the class sizes really allow students to feel important and engaged. It is key to dorm there at some point though, otherwise it's hard to make friends. Other than that, the night life is the city of Boston and it's so cool being part of such a monumental place. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    Campus is great. The amount of connections to be made are endless. Many professors in the school are currently working in their field or have had a lot of experience before retiring. Socially speaking, greek life is becoming more and more popular every year, sports are decent, and dorm life is.. . social. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    You will love it here there is nothing you can't do! I've only been here for my first semester and I've already had four fantastic professors and learned a TON. It's true this isn't a typical college with a big campus. There's no greek life and not much for parties, but I came here to learn, not to attend high school again. This is why I love it here. :) ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    Being in Downtown Boston provides countless opportunities. Why would I choose Suffolk University over, let's say, North Eastern? Suffolk is literally in the middle of everything. Suffolk talks big game, but they MEAN it. They do follow through with everything. Love it. Being a commuter is hard wherever you go. NOT just Suffolk. Put in the effort and you'll love it. Now, three years later, I love it and am so happy I chose this school! ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    The food is by Sodexo which is honoured other than that I love the school! There is no D1 football team. There are no frats and sororities. And that's why I love this school. If you want to waste thousands of dollars of your parents money, go to a state school. If you want to learn and get a job when you graduate and are a mature and responsible student, go to Suffolk, you'll love it. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    I'm really glad that I decided to attend Suffolk. Everyone is pretty friendly and Boston is our campus. There is no better location out there. Some professors do have thick accents but most are very passionate about their work! ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    Love this school because every single professor actually cares for their students. Professors especially in the government department not impressed with considering this school is known for law and government. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    Ive never been in such charming, very positive and motivating place such as Suffolk University before. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 2/5
    Suffolk is an amazing campus in a beautiful city Boston. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    Suffolk is amazing, I've just had an all around great experience. Love the location because it isn't the typical college campus. I love that the buildings are actually in society and not on a campus. Its convenient...and I commute in...the professors are great. I really love where I go to school and it makes a difference. definitely look into suffolk. but not for the non-city person. I'm graduating in May, and already have multiple opportunities lined up for full-time employment immediately following graduation. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    Suffolk has changed there is new campus. Unfortunately it lacks campus feel and food in the cafeteria is not very good and too expensive. Luckily there are enough good places nearby, only downside is you need more time to eat. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    i like suffolk but i wish it had more varied clubs like quid ditch or spanish club etc nothing special about this school ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    As a Transfer student I was nervous. The food sucks so you definitely want to spend money eating around Boston, there are many choices. The majority of the professors are great. The school is filled with wealthy students and the schools itself is very expensive but I don't mind it. It is a good school and I enjoy my time there. If you don't like the school, transfer. And if you're unsure about coming here, do a lot of research, go on a tour, and ask students real questions that concern you when it comes to schools. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    If youre a commuter there's not much social opportunity Transferred to BU ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    Suffolk is great if you like the city. It's an oasis in the great city of Boston. Boston is truly the school's campus, the quad is the Boston Common and people live all over the city and the suburbs. There are no limits to what you can achieve at Suffolk University. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 4/5
    Fantastic school for independent students. I was stuck between picking Belmont University and Suffolk. I feel that I made the right choice in choosing this school. There are so many opportunities for students and staff to get to know each other. The small class size really helps personalize the college experience! ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 2/5
    An OKAY school but in 10-20 years this school could improve much more. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 1/5
    Campus is scattered, dorms are alright (note: the amazing views are only top floor in Miller). Love the location, but no campus/community feel to it and never will be until they provide more on campus housing. No school spirit. Some great professors, but you have to be selective. Food is horrible. School has potential, especially if they higher their acceptance standards. Most of the teachers are incredibly terrible and the average student is about as dumb as they come (though if you are dumb maybe this is the school for you) There is no school spirit and they have the worst career services I have ever heard of. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 1/5
    I am transferring out. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    Suffolk is a great school. The opportunities are amazing, but you must put in the work. The location is amazing as you are right in the middle of Boston. Other than the 73 cafe, the dining services at the school are awful. Other than that, this school is great and I highly recommend it. If you are a science major it will be a bit tougher because its big on Law and Business majors. Other than that the professors are kind and location is great ! ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 2/5
    If they had more social areas and more places to study it would greatly improve student moral. Just wish there was more diversity... and less expensive. fees tend to be high if you're not on a budget ,cafe is not the best but ehh ok ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    This wasn't my top choice, but it was the most affordable. The food leaves much to be desired and the internet isn't great, but Suffolk makes up for it in most other areas. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 3/5
    Suffolk is a great school for academics. I came here solo and, as a really introverted person, have pushed myself to make friends and join clubs and its been really great so far. really inclusive & welcoming. Location is great but I feel as if it does not offer enough. It is located in downtown Boston and I would have expected a full campus or for more activities to be held out doors such as in the Boston Commons or the House of the Blues. I feel like it could add more to the students calenders. ...Continue reading

  • Overall school rating 2/5
    Suffolk has a great location and it can be fun to live in the city, academically it's wonderful all the professors really care and they make it easy to have a minor or double major ,however Suffolk can be very tough socially there are not a ton of options here and people are either very snooty or very artsy ,you will make friends with time though Business school is definitely the focal point and the best part of the university. Math department is severely lacking. There's not much of a social scene here. You have to be 21 to go out anywhere. A ton of the student population lives outside of the states. Not too hard overall, but I it believe it might offer some good opportunities for jobs and oh, so many internships. ...Continue reading


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