Sophomore ‘Halfway There’ Celebration – Celtics vs. Philadelphia 76ers 

Friday, April 4th, Reception at 6:00pm, Tipoff at 7:30pm, TD Garden

Tickets are sold out, we look forward to seeing all of our Class of 2016 students who will be joining us.  In preparation for the event, below are a few reminders.

Per TD Garden, no backpacks will be allowed inside! Purses are acceptable but are subject to search by security.

Please enter the TD Garden through the East Premium Club entrance, which is located on the east side of North Station.  Here you will be asked to show your Suffolk ID and ticket to receive a wristband and entrance to the reception.  

Sponsored by the Office of Orientation & New Student Programs.

Saturdays of Service

Ongoing throughout the Spring Semester—See SUConnect for details

Busy Monday through Friday? The Center for Community Engagement organizes Saturday service projects with a variety of non-profit organizations throughout the city. Projects are typically suitable for large groups, so grab your friends or get your student organization involved. Sign up on SUConnect for projects, or contact the Center if you want to register a group.   

Spring Safe Zone Trainings

Safe Zone I: An Introduction to LGBTQ Communities

Wednesday, April 9th, 10am-12pm, Donahue 403

The Safe Zone Program is a series of trainings that focus on understanding the identities and experiences of LGBTQ college students and the development of ally practices for members of the campus community. The core curriculum includes the Safe Zone I and Safe Zone II trainings. If you have any questions or would like to register for a training, please contact The Office of Diversity Services at or 617.573.8613. 

Suffolk University Service Day

Friday, April 4th  

9am-5pm, Donahue Lobby and Café

The University community is invited to participate in the 17th Annual Service Day on Friday, April 4. Groups, consisting of 3 or more volunteers, will have priority registration beginning in late February; individual registration will begin in March. Visit the Center for Community Engagement in Donahue 209 for more information or to register for the day. 

For more information about these events and other sophomore programs, please contact the Office of Orientation & New Student Programs at or 617.573.8321