Student Safety

Madrid is extremely safe, as long as you exercise the same care as you would in any big city. Many SUMC students say that of all the large cities they've visited, Madrid felt the safest. Madrileños love to socialize outside their homes, and the streets are almost always busy. Plus, guns are illegal.

Campus Security

Suffolk University Madrid Campus makes a special effort to keep students safe and secure. We monitor both local and international events through embassy contacts, Spanish governmental information, and media reports.

For more information, please call Elizabeth Baile at 34-91-533-5935 during business hours Monday through Friday (9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Madrid local time) or email her.

Security Report

In compliance with the U.S. Department of Education's Jeanne Clery Act on the Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics, Suffolk University Madrid Campus makes the

following information available to all current and prospective students, faculty, and staff:

Download the SUMC Annual Security Report 2016 [PDF]

In this report, you'll find the:

SUMC campus security policy statement

  • SUMC security authority
  • Definition of campus locations
  • Access to campus building and residences

SUMC disciplinary system

  • Policy on alcohol and other unauthorized drugs
  • Policy on reporting sexual misconduct
  • Policy on procedures to be followed in sexual misconduct