Dining Hours for Residential Students with a Meal Plan:

January 15:   150 Tremont Dinner: 5:30PM-7:00PM
January 16:   150 Tremont Brunch: 10:00AM-1:00PM & Dinner: 5:30PM-7:00PM
January 17:   150 Tremont Brunch: 10:00AM-1:00PM & Dinner: 5:30PM-7:00PM
January 18:   150 Tremont & Miller Hall Holiday Hours: 10:00AM-7:30PM
January 19:   150 Tremont & Miller Hall Holiday Hours: 10:00AM-7:30PM
January 20:    Regular Hours Resume at 150 Tremont & Miller Hall

Wednesday, January 14th

Required Hall Meetings & Hot Cocoa (Residential Students Only)

7:00PM at Student’s Assigned Residence Hall, Lobby
Students living on-campus will have a required hall meeting and social in their assigned residence hall where they will meet their hall director, the resident assistants, and learn about some important information about their new home.  

Friday, January 16th

Mandatory International Student Welcome & Immigration Briefing

8:30AM-11:30AM, 9th Floor of 73 Tremont
The International Student Services Office (ISSO) will provide important information to international students on:   

  • Immigration rules and regulations
  • Cultural adjustment
  • International student resources

Saturday, January 17th

Trip to the Museum

1:00PM-5:30PM, Museum of Fine Arts

Gather at 150 Tremont Café at 1:00PM to Leave
Join fellow students and Orientation Leaders for an afternoon of exploration at Boston’s Museum of Fine Art. Bring your Ram Card for free entry and an MBTA pass or money to take the green line there and back. 

Suffolk Men’s Basketball v. Rivier College

1:00PM at Suffolk University, Ridgeway Gym 

Suffolk Women’s Basketball v. Johnson & Wales University

3:00PM at Suffolk University, Ridgeway Gym 

Suffolk Men’s Hockey v. Franklin Pierce College

7:00PM at Steretti Rink in North End (561 Commercial St.) 

Sunday, January 18th

AFC Championship Football Game Watch Party

6:30PM, 150 Tremont Café 
Join fellow students, Resident Assistants, and representatives from Suffolk’s Greek Council for fun and food as we watch the AFC Championship Football Game. 

Monday, January 19th: Martin L. King Jr. Holiday (Suffolk Offices Closed)

Monday Night Oasis Supper Club Service Opportunity

4:45PM, 150 Tremont Café 
Mark the Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday with a service opportunity along with fellow students. Help serve meals to the homeless at the Oasis Collation soup kitchen. RSVP your participation online via SUconnect (http://prod.campuscruiser.com) on the Center for Community Engagement’s organization page and then meet at the 150 Tremont Café at 4:45PM. 

Required Floor Meetings (Residential Students Only)

8:00PM at Student’s Assigned Residence Hall
Students living on-campus will have a required floor meeting with their resident assistant.

Thursday, January 22nd

Diversity Services Coffee Hour

9AM-11AM, Diversity Services, Archer 481
Every Thursday beginning on January 22nd, join us for free coffee and bagels from Breugger's Bagels!

Martin Luther King Presentation

1:00PM-3:30PM (Doors Open at 12:30PM), African Meeting House, 46 Joy Street
Suffolk University annually celebrates the life and legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. This year’s MLK Event features presenter, Jay Smooth an acclaimed hip-hop culture critic and host of the “The Ill Doctrine” video blog. The son of an African-American father and white mother, Smooth credits mixed race heritage for his unique ability to travel between different worlds. In his presentation, he will break the taboo, talk about these different worlds, and promote healthy discussion on race in American today. Tickets are required and seating is limited!

Roman Catholic Evening Prayer

5:00PM, Interfaith Center, Donahue 540

Wednesday, January 21st

Program Council Presents Eric Dittelman

7:00PM (Doors Open at 6:30PM), C. Walsh Theatre
Program Council is hosting Eric Dittelman in the C. Walsh Theatre on January 21st at 7 PM. Dittleman is mindreader who’s talents have been featured on America’s Got Talent and The Ellen Degeneres Show. The show is free, and doors open at 6:30!

Friday, January 23rd

Tech-stravaganza

7:00PM, C. Walsh Theatre
Techie's Union hosts a show with some of Suffolk's most popular performing groups.

Saturday, January 24th

Suffolk Men’s Basketball v. Lasell

1:00PM at Suffolk University, Ridgeway Gym 

Suffolk Men’s Hockey v. Curry College

7:00PM at Steretti Rink in North End (561 Commercial St.)  

Tuesday, January 27th

Orange is the New Black: Book Club Discussion

1:00PM-2:15PM, Donahue 403

Part of the Social Justice Series.

Welcome Back Hillel

1:00PM, Interfaith Center, Donahue 540

Wednesday, January 28th

Suffolk Men's Basketball v. St. Joseph's of Maine

7:00PM at Suffolk University, Ridgeway Gym

Suffolk Idol Competition

7:00PM, Modern Theatre

Mindfulness Meditation

4:00PM, Interfaith Center, Donahue 540

Price is Right Stay Connected Kick-Off!

11:00AM-12:30PM, Donahue Lobby
1:00-3:00PM, Sawyer Lobby
re putting a spin on the classic Price is Right game and giving Commuter students the chance to guess the prices of their favorite groceries. Think you can guess correctly and win some groceries? Come on down!  

Thursday, January 29th

Winter Involvement Fair

12:00-2:00PM, Omni Parker Hotel
Get Involved at the Winter Involvement Fair! Come enjoy free food, give-a-ways and join some great organizations!

Seriously Bent Weekly Res Hall Show

Every Thursday, 10:00PM, 150 Tremont Basement

GrooveBoston

Doors open at 7:30PM, Show begins at 8:00PM, Royale Boston
GrooveBoston is part light show, part dance party, part musical experience who’s goal is to bring the happy! To a soundtrack of Top 40 remixes, EDM, and more, GB combines lights, props and technology to provide students with a show to remember. Program Council, with help from SGA, is hosting and tickets are $5 and are available at the HUB starting January 21st. The show will be at the Royale on January 29th, doors open at 7:30 and the show starts at 8 PM!

Friday, January 30th

Suffolk Dance Company performs at Boston Celtics Game

Discount tickets will be available at the Hub.  Further details to be announced.

SU STEP Team Show

7:00PM, C. Walsh Theatre 

Saturday, January 31st

Suffolk Women's Basketball v. St. Joseph's Connecticut

1:00PM at Suffolk University, Ridgeway Gym

Suffolk Men’s Hockey v. Johnson & Wales University

7:00PM at Steretti Rink in North End (561 Commercial St.) 

Seriously Bent presents Eat My Improv Comedy Festival

Modern Theatre

Tuesday, February 3rd

Black History Month Opening Event

1:00-2:15PM, Donahue 403
More details to follow!

Off-Campus Housing Information Session

6:00-7:00PM, 150 Tremont Auditorium
7:00-8:00PM, Miller Hall Function Room
Spring into your housing search at one of these fun information sessions about the apartment search process. We will hold a brief presentation on the ins-and-outs of finding your new home, and also test your knowledge!  Snacks provided and prizes will be awarded. For more information, contact the Off-Campus Housing Office at ocho@suffolk.edu or 617.573.8647. Part of the Transitions 2015 series of events for students interested in living off-campus.   

Off Campus Housing Open House 

10:00AM-3:00PM, 73 Tremont Street, 6th Floor
Learn more about the Off Campus Housing Office and meet the Commuter Ambassadors.  Located in 73 Tremont we kick off the semester, every 10th student to visit OCHO on the 6th Floor will receive a Suffolk OCHO sweatshirt while supplies last. Part of the Transitions 2015 series of events for students interested in living off-campus.   

Thursday, February 4th

Off-Campus Housing Information Session

6:00-7:00PM, Miller Hall Function Room
7:00-8:00PM, 150 Tremont Auditorium

Friday, February 5th

Sophomore Spotlight: Suffolk Dating Game

6:00PM-8:00PM, Donahue Cafe
Class of 2017, join us as we celebrate Valentine's Day with a little love and lots of fun!  We will be hosting a dating game, complete with a trivia contest and information on healthy relationships and dating practices.  This event is open to all Sophomore students, and includes FREE snacks and desserts and a chance to win some fun prizes. 

Saturday, February 7th

Suffolk Men’s Hockey v. Nichols College

7:00PM at Steretti Rink in North End (561 Commercial St.) 

Tuesday, February 10th

Suffolk Men’s Hockey v. WNEC

7:00PM at Steretti Rink in North End (561 Commercial St.)

Monday February 9th – Saturday February 14th 

Off Campus & Commuter Student Appreciation Week

Off Campus Student Appreciation Week is held each semester and is hosted by the Off Campus Housing Office in collaboration with the Student Government Association, various departments and student organizations.  We acknowledge the extra effort off campus students make to come to campus each day. A week dedicated to our Off Campus Students, appreciating them for commuting to campus, getting involved and staying active in the Suffolk Community.  The week includes events such as Coffee Stops each morning, a Fair Housing Workshop, Bingo Night, and Apartment-Palooza and Taste of Ram Card .

Off Campus & Commuter Appreciation Week Ram Card Specials

Shawarma Falafel (26 Province St.):10% off with Suffolk ID purchase
Café Podim (156 Cambridge St.): 10% off with Suffolk ID purchase
FrozenYo (227 Washington St.): 10% off with Suffolk ID Purchase
Piperi (1 Beacon St.): Buy one get one free or by one at 50% with Suffolk ID purchase.*
These promotions will be valid only during Appreciation Week, Monday (2/9) through Friday (2/13).

Thursday, February 12th

Apartment-palooza and Taste of Ram Card 

12:00-3:00PM, 73 Tremont Street, 9th Floor
This is an invaluable, free opportunity for all current and future off campus students.  Meet area realtors, leasing companies, off campus organizations, and Ram Card merchants.   Educate yourself on local commuter student resources and be a part of your community beyond Suffolk.  The Off-Campus Housing Office will run information sessions on how to navigate an apartment search every half hour and answer questions.  All students who attend will receive a Suffolk freebie and will have numerous chances to enter their name into merchant giveaways.  For your convenience the Study Abroad Fair will also be held at this time and location.  For more information, contact ocho@suffolk.edu or 617.573.8647. Part of the Transitions 2015 series of events for students interested in living off-campus.   

Saturday, February 14th

Suffolk Women's Basketball v. Simmons

1:00PM at Suffolk University, Ridgeway Gym

Suffolk Men's Basketball v. Mount Ida

3:00PM at Suffolk University, Ridgeway Gym

Tuesday, February 17th

Safe Zone I

1:00-2:30PM, Donahue 403

Suffolk Women's Basketball v. St. Joseph's Maine

5:30PM at Suffolk University, Ridgeway Gym

Suffolk Men's Basketball v. Mount Ida

7:30PM at Suffolk University, Ridgeway Gym

Cooking 101

5:00-7:00PM, Donahue Cafe
So you live in an apartment…great, right? Not when it comes to cooking your own food. If you’re tired of eating mac n’ cheese and ramen every night, reserve a spot in our Cooking 101 class. One of our very own Sodexo chefs will be conducting a basic cooking lesson. Space is limited, so hurry up and reserve your spot! Contact the Off-Campus Housing Office at ocho@suffolk.edu for more information. Sponsored by the Off-Campus Housing Office, Sodexo

Wednesday, February 18th

Off-Campus Housing Information Session

6:00-7:00PM, Miller Hall Function Room

February 19, 20, 21st

Spring Awakening

C. Walsh Theatre

Saturday, February 21st

Suffolk Women's Basketball v. Mount Ida

1:00PM at Suffolk University, Ridgeway Gym

Suffolk Men’s Hockey v. Wentworth

7:00PM at Steretti Rink in North End (561 Commercial St.) 

Multicultural Summit

9AM-5PM, Donahue Cafe

Monday, February 23rd

Suffolk on Ice!

5:30-8:30PM, Frog Pond Skating Rink
Join Residence Life & Housing for free ice skating on the Frog Pond.