Our 31,000-square-foot facility in the Sawyer Building at the top of Boston’s Historic Beacon Hill boasts state-of-the-art technology classrooms, light-filled studios, a wood shop and fabrication lab, a printmaking facility, lighting lab, art gallery, and much more. Explore our spaces.
When you study in Boston, you'll find yourself immersed in a vibrant art scene full of world-class museums and galleries. One of the newest is right here on campus. Visit the Suffolk Art Gallery.
What could be more inspiring than a change of scenery? Our study abroad programs give students the chance to travel to some of the world's richest cultural centers. Learn about studying art & design abroad.
Visits and Tours
Meet current students and faculty, visit our gallery and creative spaces, and picture yourself at Suffolk. Visit Art & Design.
Our reference library and materials library keep students up to date on the latest art & design trends, research, and products.
Suffolk University is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD), the national accreditation agency for art and design. Our Interior Design BFA and Interior Architecture MA programs are accredited by the Council for Interior Design Accreditation (CIDA), a specialized body recognized by the US Department of Education. Not every school that offers courses or programs in art and design is accredited and that’s important to consider when choosing where you’ll study. We are very proud to have earned these specialized accreditations, as doing so speaks to both the rigor and the caliber of the curricula and to the success of our alumni in their respective fields. Our programs go through a regular review and evaluation process performed by teams of art and design professionals and academicians from across the nation, who carefully examine the quality of the work being produced by our undergraduate and graduate students. During our most recent review periods we were pleased to receive the maximum length of re-accreditation by both NASAD and CIDA, which speaks volumes about the confidence both bodies have in our programs.