Suffolk University students have a responsibility as members of both the Suffolk community and the neighborhood community to demonstrate respect and concern for their neighbors. Suffolk University imposes an obligation upon all its students, both resident and non-resident, to demonstrate responsible citizenship in their local neighborhoods.

Therefore, the University reserves the right to refer any student identified as being involved in disruptive, disorderly, or destructive behavior, or any other behavior that is disruptive of the University’s community/neighborhood relations; interferes with or obstructs the lawful missions, processes, and functions of the University; or that is found by the University to be abhorrent or offensive to generally accepted standards of social conduct, to the Student Conduct System.

The Off-Campus Student Behavior Policy may be viewed in the Undergraduate and Graduate Student Handbooks.

The video “A Student’s Guide to Living in Boston” provides more information about the University’s Off-Campus Student Behavior Policy and being a good neighbor.