Faculty Resources

The following collection of resources are for general use by all faculty. Additionally, University-wide committees are listed here.

Center for Teaching and Scholarly Excellence

The Center for Teaching and Scholarly Excellence is a resource for faculty that provides Suffolk University’s teacher-scholars with the tools, professional development opportunities, and programming to help Suffolk students achieve in all areas of their lives.

Faculty Support

The following outline the faculty resources offered by student support services across Suffolk University.

Faculty Calendar

Faculty Calendar 2023-2024 [PDF]


Student Support Referrals

Watermark Products at Suffolk University

Suffolk University uses these Watermark products:

Faculty Success (formerly known as Digital Measures)

An online faculty activity reporting system that allows faculty members to collect and organize evidence of their professional achievements in the areas of teaching, scholarship, and service to university and community.

Watermark Workflow

On line process used for annual evaluation, reappointment, promotion, and tenure reviews.

Watermark Curriculum

Product used by the University Registrar annually to publish an updated academic catalog for students and faculty to access current policies and curriculum offerings.


Watermark product Overview and Access Information

To access, sign in using your Suffolk University single sign on credentials.

If you don’t have access, please contact your College Administrator:

CAS: Carlos Henriquez
SBS: Helen O'Brien
Law School: Richard Buckingham

Faculty Committees

The following lists the University-wide committees that serve as decision-making bodies for university-level affairs.

Academic Committees

  • Academic Misconduct Committee
  • Academic Policy Committee
  • Faculty Senate

Assessment Committees

Curriculum Committees

Other Committees

University-wide Academic Centers & Institutes

Ford Hall Forum

The Ford Hall Forum is the nation's oldest free, public, lecture series. Its mission is to foster an informed and effective citizenry and to promote freedom of speech through public presentation of lectures, debates, and discussions.

Rosenberg Institute

Founded in 2007, the Rosenberg Institute at Suffolk University was established to promote an awareness of Asian Studies to the university community and to the general public of Boston and New England.