Beyond Admission

A lot of factors go into making a decision on which graduate school to attend, and the program is only one of them. Below is some information on university services that are important to any graduate student.

Career Services and Cooperative Education: Graduate Student Career Services

The Office of Career Services and Cooperative Education assists graduate students in defining their career goals and providing the support and resources necessary to develop an independent, proactive and successful job search. We service students at all Suffolk University campuses and our online students as well. Visit CSCE for information on workshops, the executive speaker series, the alumni career network and our career resource library.

Suffolk University Libraries

The Mildred F. Sawyer Library serves the College of Arts and Sciences and the Sawyer Business School and occupies three levels of the 73 Tremont Street (Rosalie K. Stahl Center) Building. The collection includes more than 128,000 books, 68,000 e-books, over 11,000 print periodical volumes, over 19,000 electronic journal titles, 144,000 microform documents, and a variety of other print and computerized research tools.

The School of Art & Design Library houses a focused collection of material for the study of interior design, graphic design, and fine arts. As of June 2006, the collection includes over 9500 books, 50 periodical subscriptions, 180 CD-ROM titles, over 200 DVD’s and videotapes, and 20,000 slides on the history of art and design, photography, architecture and furniture.

In addition, Suffolk University also has the Moakley Law Library and the Moakley Archives, which in addition to more standard law-library fare also collects, preserves and makes accessible more than 1500 boxes of research materials which include Suffolk University's institutional records, the Congressman Moakley Papers, oral history collections, and research collections related to Suffolk faculty and alumni.