Health & Safety

Under Title IV, institutions participating in federal financial aid programs must disclose specified information to all prospective students, applicants, current students, and employees.

Vaccination Policy

The Massachusetts Department of Health requires that all full time students and all international students submit certain immunization records to Suffolk University. 

Campus Security Policies, Crime Statistics & Crime Log, Fire Safety Policies, Fire Statistics & Fire Log

Suffolk University annually publishes a Security and Fire Safety Report. This report includes important information about the University, including crime statistics, fire statistics, emergency and crime reporting procedures, missing persons policies and procedures, drug and alcohol policies, sexual assault policies and reporting procedures, crime prevention programs, and fire safety. To obtain a paper copy, please contact the Suffolk University Police Department at (617) 573-8113.

Missing Person Procedures

Suffolk University has enacted a Missing Person Policy to be followed in the event a student who resides in University housing has been reported missing.

Drug Prevention Policy

Suffolk University has comprehensive policy regarding drugs and alcohol for the College of Arts & Sciences and Sawyer Business School which includes the Drug-free Schools & Communities Act--Student Notification. The Law School also posts the Drug-free Schools & Communities Act--Student Notification and a separate Alcohol Policy.