Whether you live in one of our perfectly placed residence halls, enjoy a taste of apartment life in one of Boston’s distinctive neighborhoods, or commute to your classes from out of town, you’ll get to experience college life in a dynamic, world-class city. Boston’s historic landmarks, rich cultural and performing arts, shopping, and attractions provide plenty of opportunities for students to learn, relax and have fun!

University-sponsored Housing

Suffolk’s residence halls are all located in the middle of downtown Boston. Because they’re so convenient—and just plain great-looking—you should make your enrollment and housing deposit as soon as possible. There are many room styles available, including single, double, suite, and apartment style housing. If you have a confirmed University-sponsored housing space, you’ll receive a housing contract from the Department of Residence Life & Housing. Additional housing is available annually in leased properties in Boston. If you have questions, call 617-305-2500.

Off-Campus Housing

Boston is a patchwork of neighborhoods—from trendy to elegant and everything in between. Visit the Off-Campus Housing Office (OCHO) for everything you need to find your new home in Greater Boston. This comprehensive office’s staff is available to give you tips on identifying which neighborhood suits you best, working with Realtors, and signing a lease. Staff members can also advise you on budgeting your housing needs and knowing your tenant rights. You can even find potential roommates through OCHO.

Commuting to Suffolk

Suffolk’s Boston location makes it easy to find us on all public transportation routes. The MBTA offers bus, subway, rail, and boat travel in and around Boston.

Suffolk is accessible by all four major subway lines. Here are the stops that will bring you closest to campus:

Blue Line: State
Green Line: Park Street
Orange Line: State
Red Line: Park Street

Check out these detailed driving directions and parking information.