Space, Facilities, & Equipment

Suffolk University is composed of buildings and grounds in downtown Boston, East Boston, and Madrid, Spain.

73 Tremont St, Boston – Leased by Suffolk

  • Café
  • Welcome Center
  • Broadcast Studio
  • Sawyer Library & University Archives
  • Centers including INTO, Center for Teaching and Scholarly Excellence, and Center for Academic Access and Opportunity
  • 14 General Purpose classrooms and 2 computer/media lab classrooms 
  • Health and Wellness Center
  • President’s & Provost’s Office
  • Administrative Offices
  • Academic Offices and Labs
  • Mail Room
  • Street level leased space to Citizen’s Bank

120 Tremont St, Boston – Built by Suffolk in 1999

  • 20 General Purpose Classrooms, 1 Computer Classroom
  • 3 Court Rooms
  • 2 Large function spaces
  • Law Library
  • ITS Helpdesk Support
  • University Bookstore
  • Full Service Cafeteria
  • Academic/Administrative Offices
  • Centers including; Center for Executive Education, Institute for Public Service
  • Parking garage facility underground
  • Police dispatch center

8 Ashburton St – Owned by Suffolk

  • 18 General Purpose classrooms, 15 class labs (computer, design, and media), 12 open labs (not booked for classes for design)
  • Suffolk Radio studio
  • Interfaith Center
  • Art & Design Exhibition and makers spaces (wood shop, materials lab, VR lab, print shop, etc)
  • Blackbox Theater
  • Café
  • Server Room (with auxiliary building systems)
  • Administrative offices for Student life and organizations, orientation, performing arts, diversity, and interfaith center
  • Centers including; Center for Community Engagement
  • Academic offices Mail Room

20 Somerset St – Built by Suffolk in 2015

  • Cafeteria
  • 20 General Purpose Classrooms
  • Lab facilities for class work and research in Chemistry, Biology, and Physics
  • Media lab facilities
  • Centers including the Center for Urban Ecology and Sustainability

1st floor lease space

  • 3 classrooms
  • Lounge and Office space for Sawyer Business School Center for Entrepreneurship

150 Tremont Street– Owned by Suffolk University

  • 455-bed residence hall featuring 4-10 person suites, as well as, traditional corridor facing rooms with central restroom facilities
  • Shared Lounge and Laundry Space
  • Residence Life Offices
  • Cafeteria
  • Street level leased space to Sal’s Pizza

10 Somerset Street - Built by Suffolk University

  • 345-bed residence hall composed of two bedroom suites with a shared bathroom
  • Shared Lounge and Laundry Space
  • Residence Life Offices
  • Cafeteria

Owned by Suffolk University

  • 281-bed residence hall situated in suite and apartment style living, some units include kitchens and bathrooms
  • Shared Lounge and Laundry Space
  • Residence Life Offices
  • Street level leased space to Back Deck Restaurant

At West and Washington streets – Owned by Suffolk University

  • 205-bed residence hall composed of two bedroom suites with a shared bathroom
  • Shared Lounge and Laundry Space
  • Residence Life Offices
  • Modern Theatre 185 seat theatre
  • Street level retail space

148 Cambridge Street – Owned by Suffolk University

  • Basketball gymnasium and locker facilities
  • Work-out facilities
  • Administrative

1047 Commonwealth Ave – Leased by Suffolk

  • 367-bed residence hall composed of studio apartments with full kitchens and bathrooms including in-room laundry
  • Shared Lounge and Bike Storage
  • Residence Life Offices

143 Porter Street

  • Baseball, softball, and men’s and women’s soccer teams train and play home games on the field through a partnership with the city of Boston.

Calle da la Vina, 3 Madrid, Spain 28003