Summer Accommodations in Downtown Boston

Suffolk offers residential accommodations for groups of all sizes and individual guests in four residence halls. Residential facilities are air-conditioned and buildings are equipped with 24-hour security and a card key access system. Residential guests have access to recreation facilities which include: computer labs, exercise facilities and TV lounges. Local telephone, high speed internet, cable television service (tv not provided) and linen service is available. A variety of dining and catering options are also available.

Who Stays at Suffolk University During the Summer?

Recently, professionals/students participating in the following educational programs and conferences have utilized our facilities:

  • New England College of Optometry
  • New England Complex Systems Institute 
  • National Collegiate Honors Council
  • Boston Medical Center
  • Upward Bound
  • Expeditionary Learning
  • International Journal of Art & Science
  • Proteus Fund
  • United Negro College Fund
  • Practicing Law Institute
  • Historic New England
  • Suffolk United Kingdom
  • Many others...

Additionally, approved programs that have individuals utilize our facilities have included:

  • Visiting Interns / Co-Op Students from Other Universities 
  • Visiting Students taking courses at Boston-area Institutions
  • New Student Orientation
  • Suffolk University Summer Session
  • Commencement
  • Alumni Reunion
  • Housing Search Weekend
  • Check-In Procedure

    On the date of your arrival, guests may check-in directly in the hall they will be staying in. All halls: 150 Tremont Street, Nathan R. Miller Residence Hall, 10 West Street, and Modern Theatre Residence Hall have an office that is open from 9am-8pm daily. Unless previously arranged, check-in begins at 3pm. Should you arrive after the office closes at 8pm, the 24-hour in-hall security can contact staff to assist with your check-in. A Conference Assistant (CA) is on-call in the building after hours and will come down to assist you.

    At check-in, guests are required to agree to the policies of the residence halls including but not limited to the alcohol/drug policy, damage replacements, and lost key charges. Guests must also provide information for an emergency contact person.

    If you are driving to our residence halls, please know that there is extremely limited street parking near the entrances to the residence halls. If you choose to pull up to the halls, you may have the opportunity to quickly unload your luggage before proceeding to a parking facility. Please make sure the driver remains with your vehicle at all times.