Sit in on a class that speaks to your interests, go on a campus tour, or take part in one of our showcases or events. Customize your time with us to get the most out of your trip to Boston.
Get a look at the Suffolk campus, both inside and outside the many buildings located in the heart of Boston. Tour stops include the Mildred F. Sawyer Library, classroom and lab space, student lounges and cafes, and one of Suffolk’s four residence halls.
Come ready with questions for our tour guides. The campus tours last approximately one hour and 15 minutes and are available throughout the semester on weekdays.
Information sessions will include representatives from the Office of Undergraduate Admission who will provide details on the admission process, financial aid, study abroad programs, internships, and the Suffolk faculty.
Register here for information sessions and tours. Information sessions are offered on select days, where noted on the calendar.
Class Visit Days are available for seniors in high school and transfers who have applied to Suffolk University. The visit includes a class with the option to have breakfast or lunch on-campus. Please use the Class Visit Request Form to find a date and time that works best for you. At least two weeks notice is required to guarantee approval of your visit request.
For additional visit opportunities, please contact the Welcome Center at 617-973-1122 or email@example.com.
Suffolk offers Group Tours specifically designed for high school students and secondary school counselors. Each Group Tour will include a student-lead tour of campus and will offer each of your students a fee-waiver for those interested in applying to Suffolk. Although we do our best to accommodate each group, these visits are limited to 25 guests and are subject to availability.
Please visit our Group Visit Request Page to view dates and times available through November 31st.
Join us for an Art & Design information session and learn more about Suffolk University's undergraduate programs in Fine Arts, Graphic Design, and Interior Design. You will learn about portfolio and admission requirements for Art & Design applicants, as well as financial aid and job placement. There will be a tour of the Art & Design gallery, studios, and classrooms, followed by a Studio Experience Workshop.
Although not required for admission, a personal interview gives you the opportunity to visit campus, meet with a representative from the Undergraduate Admission office, and gain a better understanding of the University. The interview also helps our staff make a more informed admission decision. We can also address any questions you may have about Suffolk.
Please visit our Registration Page for more information or to schedule an interview. If you have any specific requests or inquiries regarding an interview, or if none of the times on the calendar work for you, please call the Undergraduate Admission office at 617-573-8460 or e-mail our Appointment Coordinator, Bradford Robinson, at firstname.lastname@example.org.