Many colleges boast of having campuses near Boston, but Suffolk University’s campus is Boston. Our facilities are located on historic Beacon Hill close to the Massachusetts State House. Our 150 Tremont Street 11-story residence hall overlooks Boston Common and features incredible views of the Boston skyline. Our 10 Somerset 19-story residence hall includes a glass atrium and breathtaking views of the Charles River and Boston Harbor. Our 10 West Street 8-story residence hall provides apartment spaces with full kitchens. Finally, our Modern Theatre Residence Hall is the newest addition to the Suffolk residence halls that shares an entrance with 10 West Street. All residence halls are air-conditioned, have recreation areas and fitness centers, and offer laundry facilities in hall.

Suffolk students and guests have access to the wealth of resources found in the downtown centers of finance, health care, commerce, government and law. Guests also enjoy close proximity to some of the world’s top cultural and tourist attractions. All residence halls have convenient access to the MBTA transit system which can take you throughout Boston and beyond.

Each summer (mid-May through late-August) hundreds of guests from across the globe travel to Boston to attend professional conferences, improve their English language proficiency, complete academic internships, or enroll in summer session courses at our Beacon Hill campus. The Department of Residence Life & Housing works to provide comfortable accommodations and meeting space at reasonable rates.