Assistant Director of Graduate Admission
Counselor for: Applied Politics, Crime and Justice Studies, Global Public Policy, Mental Health Counseling, and Public Administration
Email or 617-573-8302
Scott joined Suffolk's graduate admission staff in fall 2018. Previously, he worked in the banking sector for several years while finishing his bachelor's degree in psychology at Bridgewater State University. Shortly after joining our team, Scott enrolled in graduate courses . He is responsible for assisting prospective students in the Master of Public Administration, MS in Mental Health Counseling, MS in Crime and Justice Studies, MA in Global Public Policy, and MA in Applied Politics programs. Additionally, he conducts events on campus and engages in travel both domestically and internationally.
Advice to Applicants
“Letters of recommendation are usually the last application materials to arrive, so ask your professors or supervisors early in the process. Give them all the information they could possibly need to write the most personalized letter they can. This includes providing them with your goal statement, refreshing them on any initiatives you worked on, projects or papers you completed, and anything else to jog their memory so they can really speak to you as an individual.”