• Student Behavior Statistics

SUFFOLK UNIVERSITY MONTHLY REPORT
TO THE COMMUNITY ON OFF-CAMPUS STUDENT BEHAVIOR
2007-2008 ACADEMIC YEAR


The following represents statistics gathered by the Suffolk University Office of Neighborhood Response and Office of the Dean of Students as of September 30, 2007.   

 Neighborhood  Sept  Oct  Nov  Dec
 Beacon Hill  8  5  
 North End  7  1  
 Allston/Brighton  1  1  
 Theatre District  2  0  
 Other parts of Boston  0  1  
 Total  18  8  
    

Statistics represent incidents responded to by the Suffolk University Office of Neighbohood Response and hired Boston Police Details for Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights during the academic year. All reported incidents involving SU students are forwarded to the Dean's office for administrative action.
                                                

 Persons Addressed  Sept  Oct  Nov  Dec
 Suffolk University Students  49  28 18   
 Students from other Universities/Colleges  35  86  21  
 Persons without any University/College Affiliation  20  10  6  
    

As the 2007-2008 academic year progresses, Suffolk University reminds our students that with the privilege of living and learning in Boston, comes the responsibility to respect our neighbors.

Cooperation from Beacon Hill, combined with efforts of Suffolk's partnership with the Boston Police paid details, has helped produce clear results and benefits.