University again Named to "Best 366 Colleges"

9/4/2007

The University has once again been named a Princeton Review “Best College,” because it offers students an outstanding undergraduate education.

Suffolk University is featured in the 2008 edition of Princeton Review’s annual book, "Best 366 Colleges." This is the fourth consecutive year that the University has made the list.

The two-page profile of the University discusses academics, campus life, the student body and admissions.

Here’s what students had to say about academics in the University profile:

“A small classroom university in the heart of a big city,” Boston’s Suffolk University “is small enough that you actually recognize students from their pictures in the admissions booklets [and] big enough to attract national speakers like George Bush Sr.” … Academic life on the home campus “includes “down-to-earth professors” who “are always available outside of class and are very helpful” and the Ballotti Learning Center, which “offers extra help to students who want or need it.” … Academics are “incredibly student oriented” here, “The student and [his or her] concerns come first.”

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