Suffolk University included in the Princeton Review's 2003-2004 edition of, The Best Northeastern Colleges


Boston – Suffolk University proudly announces its selection today for inclusion in the Princeton Review’s 2003-2004 edition of, “The Best Northeastern Colleges.”

Suffolk’s profile was written by the heart and soul of the University, our students. Here are some of the things that they had to say:

“Suffolk University is about diversity and a solid education in an ideal location.”

“The school is very dedicated to its students, offering small classes and going the extra mile to line up co-op and internship opportunities.”

Suffolk undergrads save their highest praise for the faculty whom they describe as “a fantastic resource, always willing to help anyone who asks for it.” The students went on to mention how the Suffolk faculty, “do their best to challenge students in classes without setting them up for failure.”

In addition, the Suffolk students made it known that they appreciate how, “the administration is easily accessible and open to student feedback.”

The new edition of, “The Best Northeastern Colleges” will be published in August.

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