As a student athlete, we know it can be hard to manage your academics and meet your team commitments. We'll help you develop a plan to make it work.
On this page you'll find information specifically for our student athletes and you can learn more about our designated course planning appointments, understanding faculty expectations, accessing campus resources, and how to work out scheduling conflicts.
The Undergraduate Academic Advising Center has created a series of Athlete Advising workshops for the upcoming semester.
During the workshop, we will cover instructions for registration approval and begin building a wishlist that will fit in with your practice and game schedules.
Women's Ice Hockey
|TBD||Men's Ice Hockey|
Track & Field
Golf (Men & Women)
|TBD||Tennis (Men & Women)|
You are expected to maintain open communication with your faculty members throughout the semester.
To help you lay the groundwork for a successful relationship with your professors, Suffolk's "Athlete Academic Awareness Initiative" outlines your academic responsibilities as a student athlete.
The purpose of this contract is to promote open communication between athletes and faculty to ensure that both athletic and academic expectations are met. Consult the Student-Athlete Handbook for more information.
For questions, you or your professor may contact the Undergraduate Academic Advising Center and consult our Athletic Advising Specialist Abby Beck or call 617-573-8034.
Center for Learning & Academic Success (CLAS), for individual and group tutoring, study sessions, academic coaching, and time-management assistance.
Health, Wellness & Counseling, for injuries, mental health counseling, and other concerns about wellness.
Disability Services, for assistance with short-term and long-term physical and learning disabilities and academic accommodations.
Undergraduate Academic Advising Center, for multi-year academic planning, study abroad planning, choosing & changing majors.