Housing Options

Whether you live in one of our downtown residence halls, enjoy a taste of apartment life in one of Boston’s distinctive neighborhoods, or commute to your classes from out of town, you’ll get to experience college life in a dynamic, world-class city.

University-sponsored Housing

Suffolk student Morgan sits on her bed in One Court residence hall.

Make your enrollment and housing deposit in order to be considered for University-sponsored housing. Our downtown Boston residence halls are located in the center of the action, steps from the public transit, shopping, restaurants, theatres, and cultural attractions that make city life so exhilarating.

Room styles include:

  • Singles
  • Doubles
  • Suites
  • Apartments

The facade of the Smith Hall residence hall in Boston.

Please note that University-sponsored housing for the spring semester will be allocated on a space-available basis for both freshmen and transfer students. All incoming freshmen for the fall semester are guaranteed University-sponsored housing for two years, and transfer students will be considered on a space-available basis. Once you have a confirmed housing space, you’ll receive a housing contract from the Department of Residence Life & Housing. If you have questions, please call 617-305-2500.

The facade of the One Court Street residence hall in Boston.

Commuting to Suffolk

Suffolk’s downtown location makes it easy to get here on all public transportation routes. The MBTA offers bus, subway, rail, and boat travel in and around Boston.

The subway stops that will bring you closest to campus are:

  • Blue Line: State
  • Orange Line: State
  • Green Line: Park Street
  • Red Line: Park Street

Or check out our detailed driving directions and parking information.

For even more resources for commuter students, visit our Commuter Resources webpage.

The Boston city skyline at dusk with fast-moving traffic

Student Residence Hall Tours