College has over 30 majors – so whether you feel most at home in an art studio,
a science lab, a newsroom or even on stage, we have a place just for you. Learn more about our programs and our
students pursuing their dreams
in the most educationally vibrant city in the world.
Our talented faculty
put teaching and mentoring first. They also conduct important research, publish
books and articles, and are frequently tapped by the media for their views.
Meet them here.
diverse, the College offers a range of programs in the arts, humanities, social
and laboratory sciences. Regardless of your chosen major, one thing is certain:
you’ll receive an education that celebrates active learning, collaborative
thinking, and global perspectives.
We’re proud of our 24,000
alumni, who are making a difference here in Boston and across the globe. Stay
connected with the College and with each other through a range of events,
programs, and benefits.
Founded in 1991, BHI is the research arm of the Department of Economics at Suffolk University in Boston. The institute draws on faculty and student resources to produce readable, timely analyses of the issues.
The Ford Hall Forum is the nation's oldest free, public, lecture series. Its mission is to foster an informed and effective citizenry and to promote freedom of speech through public presentation of lectures, debates, and discussions.
University Poetry Center, located in a dedicated room of the new Mildred Sawyer
Library, encourages and supports the study and practice of poetry and related
creative writing among our students.
The R.S. Friedman
Field Station (FFS) of Suffolk University provides a living laboratory for
observing and studying marine life in a relatively pristine environment
dominated by the dramatic tides of Cobscook Bay on the coast of Eastern Maine.
The Sagan Energy
Research Laboratory, established by a generous donation from Francis A. Sagan,
provides research opportunities for faculty and students in solar engineering,
telecommunications, hydrogen fuel cells, thin films and ellipsometry, and
The Center for
Women's Health and Human Rights (CWHHR) at Suffolk University is the first
academic institute in the United States to focus on women's health and human
rights in the social sciences, arts and humanities, and public policy.