Sophomore Lunch Series
• April 17th in Donahue 403 – Center for Learning and Academic Success (CLAS)
Join your classmates for an afternoon of good food and fellowship. At each event, a different office will highlight the resources and programs they offer that are particularly geared toward the needs of sophomore students. In addition, you’ll have a chance to chat with your classmates, upper class students and the staff from each office about how you can make the most out of your Suffolk experience. And don’t forget about the free lunch… what have you got to lose!? Space is limited; if you are interested in attending, please RSVP by clicking on the event above, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 617.573.8321. Doors will close promptly at the start of the program and students will not be admitted after the first 10 minutes of the event, so please plan accordingly. Sponsored by the Office of Orientation & New Student Programs.
Sophomore ‘Halfway There’ Celebration – Celtics vs. Philadelphia 76ers
Friday, April 4th, Reception at 6pm, Game at 7:30pm, TD Garden
Come out and celebrate finishing two years of college with the Class of 2016! You’re invited to enjoy an all-you-can-eat buffet featuring ‘Taste of the Garden’ snacks, followed by an awesome match-up between the Boston Celtics and the Detroit Pistons. So close to the end of the regular NBA season, this is sure to be exciting game! Guaranteed advance all-inclusive tickets will be raffled off to a few lucky attendees at the January and February Sophomore Dinner Series events, and then they will be available FREE of charge on a first come, first served basis in March. Tickets are limited, so keep an eye out for more information and get your tickets before they’re gone!
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
Safe Zone II: Ally Development and Advocacy
Wednesday, March 19th, 3-5pm, 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 email@example.com or 617.573.8613.
Thursday, March 20th
5-7pm, Sargent Hall, 120 Tremont Street, Faculty Dining room, 4th Floor
So, you live in an apartment…great, right? Maybe not when it comes to cooking your own food. If you're tired of mac n’ cheese and ramen, take our Cooking 101 class with one of our very own Sodexo chefs. Space is limited—reserve your spot today! Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Sponsored by the Off-Campus Housing Office and Sodexo
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 email@example.com or 617.573.8321