Service learning, one of the most powerful ways to discover yourself and the world around you, is integral to the Suffolk experience. Suffolk students build connections that improve the lives of others in many ways.Speaking Up
Suffolk—Boston Debate League course helps high school students amplify their voicesLearning through Research
Psychology student’s request for an alternate assignment opens a professional pathwayMarine Veteran Law Student Finds New Ways to Serve
Justin Rhuda applies legal learning in teaching teens and advising peersFord Hall Forum at Suffolk University Presents Washington Post Editor Marty Baron
Former Boston Globe editor to receive First Amendment AwardTo Change the World, 'Start Small'
Margaret Marshall describes her journey from South African activist to influential juristThe Journey
The Journey Leadership Program helps Suffolk students learn firsthand in the world beyond campus. Follow a group of students through one-of-a-kind experiences in locations from Boston to Washington, D.C., Florida, and Barbados.What's the Buzz?
Drone study examines impact of climate change.