Student Resources

The Center for Student Diversity and Inclusion is proud to be a resource for students with marginalized identities on campus. Below is a listing of possible resources.

If you have a resource that you feel should be included, please email us.

Helpful Resources

Gender-Inclusive Bathrooms

As a part of our institutional commitment to fostering an inclusive campus for all members of our community, including visitors, Suffolk University has gender-inclusive restrooms in most of our buildings. One aspect of creating an inclusive environment is providing safe, accessible, and convenient restroom facilities. Many people may experience difficulty and inconvenience when required to use gender-specific restrooms. Parents with children of different genders, attendants/caregivers of a different gender, as well as trans individuals benefit from gender-inclusive restroom facilities. In addition to being available in most of our buildings, our state-of-the-art academic building located at 20 Somerset, also includes single-use gender-inclusive restrooms on all floors but the café level.

Please check out the Trans Guide to Suffolk to locate the buildings listed below. If you would like the Gender-Inclusive Restrooms Guide postcard, you can pick one up in our office.

 

Inclusive Bathroom Locations

Floor: 1

Location: Near Residence Life Office
Accessible: Yes

Floor: 2

Location: In Mezzanine
Accessible: Yes

No inclusive restrooms

Floor: All Floors, Except Café
Location: Across from Women’s Room
Accessible: Yes

No inclusive restrooms

No inclusive restrooms

Floor: 1

Location: 1 by elevators
Accessible: Yes

Floor: 3

Location: Far side of Café
Accessible: Yes

No inclusive restrooms

No inclusive restrooms

Floor: Basement

Location: 2 near water fountain
Accessible: Yes

Floor: 4

Location: 2 in Suite 495 (near Dean’s Office) 
Accessible: Yes

Floor: 5

Location: Room 5523 – near Men’s Room
Accessible: Yes

Floor: 3

Location: 2 next to elevators Accessible: Yes

Floor: 12

Location: 1 next to kitchen

Accessible: Yes

Resources for Asian American Students

Asian American Civic Association
200 Tremont St.
Boston, MA 02116
617-426-9492

Asian-American Resource Workshop

33 Harrison Ave., 5th floor
Boston, MA 02111
617-426-5313


Chinese Progressive Association
33 Harrison Avenue, Third Floor 
Boston MA 02111
Tel: 617-357-4499
Fax: 617-357-9611
justice@cpaboston.org

The Boston Language Institute

648 Beacon St.
Boston, MA 02215 USA
Tel: 617-262-3500
Fax: 617-262-3595 or 617-247-3919

Vietnamese American Civic Associations

1452 Dorchester Ave., # 3
Dorchester, MA 02122
617-288-4443

Resources for Latinx Students

Centro Latino De Chelsea

267 Broadway
Chelsea, MA 02150
617-884-3238

Hispanic News Press, Inc.

1318 Beacon St.
617-232-0996

251 Newbury St.

Boston, MA 02116
617-247-1818

Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under Law

of The Boston Bar Association
294 Washington St., Suite 443
Boston, MA 02108
617-482-1145

37 Temple Place

Boston, MA 02111
617-426-6633

648 Beacon St.

Boston, MA 02215 USA
Tel: 617-262-3500
Fax: 617-262-3595 or 617-247-3919

United Way of Massachusetts Bay

245 Summer St., Suite 1401
Boston, MA 02210
617-624-8000
info@unitedwaymassbay.org

Vocero Hispano Newspaper

319 Broadway St.
Revere, MA
781-853-6133

Resources for Native American Students

Resources for Students of Color

P.O. Box 701

Jamaica Plain, MA 02130

617-417-7456

4258 Washington St.

Roslindale, MA 02131

617-327-0313

P.O. Box 5094

Portsmouth, NH 03802

nhblackhistory@aol.com

14 Beacon St., Suite 719

Boston, MA 02108

617-725-0022

Boston MA 02111

617-426-8161

99 Chauncy St., Suite 310

Boston, MA 02111

617-542-2235

539 Tremont St., Suite 202

Boston, MA 02116

Tel: 617-292-7110

P.O. Box 831

Cambridge, MA 02139

617-661-9223

474 Brookline Ave.

Boston, MA 02215

617-730-3049

23 Drydock Ave.

Boston, MA 02210

617-261-4600