The University makes significant annual investments to address deferred maintenance needs. These projects contribute to the safety, efficiency, and appearance of our facilities and enhance our working, living, and learning environments.
Recently Completed Projects
- Creation of space and relocation of NESAD on floors 00,0, 5, 6 and 10 in the Sawyer Building
- Creation of 11 new classrooms and student space on the 5th floor of the Stahl Building
- Renovation of the University Bookstore
- Creation of Ridgeway Fitness Center
- Repair of 150 Tremont Residence Hall Bathrooms
- Creation and renovation of Black Box Studio and Theater in the Sawyer Building
- Updated Sawyer Lobby and Lounge
- Replacement of carpeting in areas of university dormitories
- Repair of 150 Tremont Residence Hall façade
- Rebuilding of 150 Tremont Residence Hall mechanical systems
- Lighting retrofit throughout the Law School Building
Living & Learning Environment Improvements
Suffolk University is committed to providing excellent learning environments. As a result, it is our mission to continually improve upon technology, furnishings, and equipment in classrooms and labs on campus. All of our classrooms have media available and 87 percent feature a fixed media setup. In addition, we have 22 science labs and 32 scheduled computer labs across the campus.
Examples of exiting new Improvements
- 11 new and fully equipped general education classrooms on the 5th floor of the Stahl building
- Lounge and study spaces integrated to the new space on the 5th floor
- Updated and relocated space for NESAD students in the Sawyer Building
- State of the art Black Box Studio Theater in the Sawyer Building
- Fully functional and accessible fitness center on the 1st floor of the Ridgeway Building
- 20 Somerset Street which features new general-education and laboratory-ready classrooms with electronic whiteboards and active learning pods.
Suffolk University has a goal of reducing electricity consumption every year. We are working closely with the utility company to achieve this goal.
In addition, we are investing in measures to make our facilities operate more efficiently. We encourage employees and students to adopt behaviors that conserve energy.
Suffolk University's diverse Downtown Boston location offers an array of valuable resources to students administration and staff.
Suffolk owns or leases and maintains 13 buildings comprised of:
- 4 Residential Dorms
- 5 Mixed Academic and Administrative Buildings
- 1 Campus store: Suffolk University Bookstore
- 3 Eateries leased in the Downtown Crossing area