Suffolk University Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (6)
Suffolk shares libraries and facilities with Harvard University and therefore has a wealth of resources for its students. The faculty is wonderful, plus the proximity to the State House and internships or work-study opportunities is unmatched. The campus is pulsing with life and history as it surrounds the Boston Common and downtown life. The education I received while at Suffolk prepared me for opportunities in Marketing, Management and now in Executive roles. I truly believe the education received, plus the history of the school and its reputation are worth their weight in tuition costs.
Suffolk University is a great school, especially for those looking for a commuter school that has small classroom sizes and a small campus that can provide a more close and enriching experience with your professors and peers. Suffolk is also in the heart of downtown Boston and a lot of its staff and faculty are there to help you answer any questions and lead you to your success. If it weren't for the community and peer supports I wouldn't have found the great appreciation I have for Suffolk that I do today.
Suffolk University was a great school for someone like me who was working full-time. Very convenient location and the teacher were always very helpful! Even if I ran into any problems the professors were always willing to hear out my concerns and try their best to fix them. I really love being a Suffolk Alumni!
Suffolk University is ideally located in the middle of Downtown Boston. A city that is constantly hustling and bustling but still keeps in touch with its proud place in history. Although dorms on campus is rare, you will find plenty of areas with affordable apartments. The classes are small, so the professor to student ratio is ideal for anyone who needs extra help in class. With international students coming from all over the world to study at Suffolk, the diversity on campus is unlike any other school. You can easily learn the cultures of other nations simply by making new friends. But if you want to take a step further, the study abroad programs offered at Suffolk are plentiful. There is even a campus in Madrid, Spain where you can stay for a semester, or even an entire year. Some of the classes may feel a bit old-fashioned and like you aren't learning anything new, but new professors are always joining Suffolk, so maybe new classes will be added too. The school also built a new building, so the college has a more small campus feel. That way, you won't have to walk three blocks to your next class like I did.
Suffolk University is truly a gem in a vast number of colleges and universities in the Boston area. You learn about the city and U.S history all while earning a degree that will last a lifetime. Instructors are personable and want nothing but the best for you.
Its a self make school. You really are in charge of your career and the school puts a lot of responsibility on you to make your way. Not a school for a dependant kid but great for the spread your wings experience.