• Services

Most of the resources and services listed on this page are available to all Suffolk University Students. Use the links below to see a summary of the service, and this page as a gateway to those services.

Update Personal Information

Use this form to let us know of any change in your name or address so we can keep your records up to date.

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Computer Services

Academic Computing Contact Information
All students and faculty members belonging to the College of Arts and Sciences should contact Academic Computing for any hardware or software issues.

The College of Arts and Sciences Academic Computing department maintains open PC labs at Fenton 234 and Donahue 527 for the use of students and staff. Hours of operation are posted outside each lab. Fenton 338B, Ridgeway 415, and Donahue 526 PC labs are for classroom instruction and are not generally available for free time, so it is important to check the schedule before planning to use those facilities. There is also a PC lab located in the Sawyer Library.

Sawyer Business School Office of Technology Management Contact Information
All students and faculty members belonging to the Sawyer Business School should contact the Sawyerb Business School Office of Technology Management at 617.573.8524 for any hardware or software issues or issues with the Sawyer Computer Labs.

The Office of Technology Management maintains a computer lab for student and employee use in Sawyer 544. Hours of operation are posted on the door or can be obtained by contacting 617.573.8636. Sawyer 521 and Sawyer 508 are primarily computer classrooms for course delivery and training sessions. Additional computing resources are available in the Graduate Student Lounge located in Sawyer 408 and in the Sawyer Library.

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Every member of the Suffolk Community – students, faculty and staff – has a Suffolk University Email Account. You should know your user ID and password, and familiarize yourself with important information such as size limitations. Since you will receive important information in this account, you should check your email regularly.

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The College of Arts & Sciences and the Sawyer Business School are served by the Mildred F. Sawyer Library, which is searchable online:

73 Tremont Street
Boston, MA 02108
Phone: 617.573.8535

The New England School of Art and Design is served by the NESADSU Library:

75 Arlington Street
Boston, MA 02116
Phone: 617.994.4282

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Classroom Reservations

Please use this form to reserve a classroom during non-class periods.

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MySuffolk is a Web portal designed specifically for Suffolk University students, faculty, administrators, alumni and parents. Members of the Suffolk community can collaborate and interact with one another while sharing and authoring community contents that make up everyone's campus life. back to top^

Retention Services

The Office of Retention Services provides outreach and support to assure every student of a positive and enriching academic experience, and to help each student reach his or her full academic potential.

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Office of Student Affairs

The Office of Student Affairs at Suffolk University provides a broad range of services and special programs for our students and their families. These pages will also provide you with information about other programs and links to those Suffolk web sites.

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Student Activities and Service Learning

The Office of Student Activities and Service Learning provides students with the opportunity to participate in a wide variety of co-curricular programs, services and facilities that promote student involvement and enrich the learning experience by providing challenging and supportive opportunities for personal growth and leadership.

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Health Services

Health Services provides:

  • Diagnosis and treatment of episodic illnesses
  • Evaluation and treatment of injuries
  • Gynecological care
  • Contraceptive management and counseling
  • Diagnosis and treatment of sexually transmitted infections
  • Premarital blood testing
  • Health and wellness counseling
  • Administration of immunizations and vaccines

Note: Massachusetts State law requires that all students taking 9 credits or more per semester have adequate health insurance coverage.

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Diversity Services

Suffolk University welcomes and celebrates diversity related to race, gender, nationality, sexual orientation, disability, age and other traits. The President’s Office of Diversity Services is the center of Suffolk's initiatives related to developing a welcoming campus climate for everyone.

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Students with Disabilities

The Handbook of Services for Students with Disabilities includes descriptions of accommodations, support and additional information including outside resources. The handbook also includes the Suffolk University Notice of Non-Discrimination.

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Interfaith/Campus Ministry

The Interfaith Center offers a meditation room for students, an 18-seat Interfaith room for individuals and student groups of all religious traditions in which to worship, and the University Chaplain who serves as a counselor, spiritual guide and educational advocate.

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Commuter Students

Commuter Connections is a service of Student Activities, with information, events, special services and links to other Suffolk departments meeting the needs of commuter students and helping them participate fully in Suffolk community life.

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Residence Halls

The two University Residence Halls are located at 150 Tremont Street and 10 Somerset Street. The Residence Life and Summer Programs staff oversees the social and educational programs and services that take place within university housing. During the summer months, the office strives to offer a positive residential experience to a variety of conference guests from across the 50 states and around the globe.

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Career Services/Co-Op

The Office of Career Services and Cooperative Education assists students and alumni in defining and realizing their career goals by providing the support and resources necessary for job seekers to develop an independent, proactive and successful job search that results in fulfilling employment. Our experienced staff is adept at working with both current students and seasoned professionals.

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University Athletics fields teams in 12 varsity sports and competes in NCAA Division III. All Suffolk teams hold open tryouts and many players participate in more than one sport. The Athletic Department also oversees an intramural program, fitness center, and open gym hours.

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Performing Arts

The Student Performing Arts Program provides diverse performance opportunities to Suffolk University students coming from a wide range of performance backgrounds. Through their work, the program strives to broaden the horizons of both students and the audience.

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Dining Halls

Click here for schedules of dining facilities in Suffolk University residence halls, in the Donahue and Sawyer buildings, and at the Law School.

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Counseling Center

The Counseling Center offers a broad range of preventive, remedial, and developmental services to the Suffolk University community. It offers assistance with alcohol awareness, coping with crisis and loss, eating disorders, depression, and other disorders, and assists students in defining and accomplishing their personal and academic goals.

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Ballotti Learning Center

The Ballotti Learning Center is an on-campus resource devoted to helping students adjust to the academic stresses of college life. The Ballotti Learning Center provides a comfortable learning environment and a variety of forms of help for students who are interested in improving their academic performance.

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Second-Language Services

SLS provides academic support to those students whose primary language is not English by aiding them in strengthening their reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills.

Three different programs are offered:

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Office of Retention Services

The goal of The Office of Retention Services (ORS) is to make students feel welcomed and supported by the University.  ORS is a resource for graduate and undergraduate students who have questions about Suffolk University’s Policies, Procedures, Program Offerings and Support Services. ORS serves as an advocate to resolve issues related to enrollment and matriculation; provides financial counseling for students who are having difficulty financing their education; maintains a Student Advisory Line (SAL) to answer questions about Suffolk University; sends monthly messages to parents via e-mail informing them of special events on campus; co-sponsors programs with student clubs and organizations; holds focus groups to gauge the level of “student satisfaction” on campus; and sends monthly Tip-Cards to students informing them of course registration, tuition payments and financial aid deadlines. ORS also serves as a referral source for those in need of services at Suffolk University.

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