Our office, as well as student organization lounges and office space, are all located in the Sawyer Building.
List of Clubs and Organizations
The African Student Association is a club that brings together students of all races who identify with the diversified rich culture and heritage of Africa. A space where we can share experiences and insights about our roots in order to educate and impact. This is done through various activities and events to keep the culture alive.
AIESEC is an international youth-run, non-governmental and not-for-profit organization that provides young people with leadership development, cross-cultural any internships, and volunteer exchange globalist experiences. The organization focuses on empowering young people to make a Progressive social impact.
The purpose of Alpha Sigma Alpha is to foster close friendships between members and to develop women of poise and purpose. Along with our purpose, we envision to cultivate values and ideals in women who are known for their character and concern for others. Alpha Sigma Alpha inspires women to lead, to serve and most of all to make a difference.
The purpose of the Suffolk University chapter of the American Chemical Society is to allow an opportunity for students of chemical and biological sciences to become better acquainted and to enjoy the intellectual stimulation that arises from being a member of a professional association.
We are the Suffolk chapter for the American Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. Our goal is to help students to learn more about current scientific research and connect with professionals in the biology, biochemistry and microbiology field.
The purpose of the ASA shall be to offer an inclusive community for all Arabs and those interested in the culture, aiming to promote and foster leadership skills and give back to the community. It is open to anyone that identifies as Arab or has members of their family that identify as such and anyone that isn't Arab is also welcome!
The Suffolk University Asian American Association aims to assist students of any cultural background in getting acclimated to Suffolk’s diverse campus through various Asian cultures. We strive to ensure that all members feel welcomed to the club, comfortable, and safe as if they are part of an extended family. We provide members the opportunity to meet other students with similar interests and to learn more about Asian cultures through our club events.
Cancer awareness club brings students together for volunteering opportunity and fundraising events that benefit cancer patients and survivors in our local community.
Demonstrating Chinese culture and helping Chinese students in Suffolk, Suffolk University’s Chinese Student and Scholar Association (CSSA) aims to enhance the communication and interaction in the Suffolk CSSA community and help all the Chinese students to quickly adapt to their new study environment.
The Suffolk University College Democrats provides students with the opportunity to get involved in Democratic Politics firsthand, at the local, state, and national level. We discuss and debate party ideals, register and mobilize voters, attend party events, and most importantly, campaign for our fellow Democrats.
The Commuter Student Council is a group of commuter students supporting other commuter students in their journey at Suffolk. We strive to seal the gap between the involvement from on-campus and off-campus students by creating unique and fun events, hosting weekly meetings and much more!
Suffolk’s Criminal Justice Council aspires to be an inclusive resource for all those interested in pursuing a career in the criminal justice field. We provide the opportunity for our members to discover or further develop career interests that they may have in the criminal justice system; and do so by discussing various aspects of criminal justice, holding events, and bringing in guest speakers. Although our club name may be specific, SCJC is open to all majors!
Suffolk University Dodgeball Club is an organization in which students gather to play dodgeball and enjoy friendly play.
To facilitate knowledge and safety of drone flying and for the skills exchange for drone photography/videography beginners and enthusiasts alike.
The Suffolk eSports Division aims to bring the competitive scene of gaming to Suffolk's campus. Our mission is to become a top 10 collegiate eSports team in the Boston area.
Finance and Investing Club is a student lead organization that is geared towards helping students explore further careers in finance and business. As well as advancing their knowledge in financial services, money management, investing and networking to become successful leaders in all areas of the business world.
We are a group dedicated to exploring all types of forensic science. Our goal is to make forensics fun and accessible for everyone to learn (even the nitty gritty science). From fingerprinting to toxicology to forensic accounting, we discuss it all!
We are young professional undergraduate students, built on a solid foundation striving to make a positive impact in other young men and women. We motivate our young members to exercise their full potential here at Suffolk and beyond. We learn the values of our fellow members and share common issues we face and struggle with in today's society. We are here to show everyone that they are great and is competent to do the impossible. We are on a mission to regain a voice that will lead us into greater heights.
Suffolk University Greek Council is an organization that oversees all of Greek Life on Suffolk’s campus; the two sororities, Alpha Sigma Alpha and Theta Phi Alpha, and the fraternity, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. SUGC works together with the Student Leadership and Involvement Office to build a community between the 3 Greek organizations and Suffolk through on and off campus events.
Healthy Minds Alliance aims to be an all inclusive resource and support system for people struggling with mental health. We want to provide a safe space and help students feel less alone with what they are going through. Our club also works to educate our members and the suffolk community about all different mental illnesses as well as coping mechanisms. Healthy Minds Alliances’ main goal is to end the stigma around mental health, and the first way to do that is to start these conversations.
The purpose of the Intercultural Association is to provide educational, social and recreational opportunities for international and local students to interact with one another, to explore and share their cultural heritage and to build connections with the university and its communities.
This undergraduate design club is open to all majors and focuses on connecting what we learn in the classroom to future employers and outside experiential learning opportunities.
The Intertextuals is an English club designed to foster interest and passion in all things literature. We are not a book club, and our understanding of literary culture is very broad; we hold events from movie screenings, to museum visits, to trips to the theater to see live plays in the Boston area. Having an interest in any of these things is enough to get involved--you do not have to be an English major to share in our passion for literature in all of its forms!
The purpose of the Mexican Student Association shall be to connect Mexican students to other Mexican students, provide them with support through the Consul General of Mexico. We will identify students who are interested in learning about Mexican culture by hosting different events throughout the year and staying current with events happening in Mexico. We will also act as a network for Mexican students by providing professional advice and career opportunities, this will be possible by collaborating with other student organizations.
NABA SU is a National Association focusing on finding opportunities for minority students studying accounting, finance and other business related fields. Through monthly meetings, NABA SU wants to make sure students develop networking skills on and outside of campus as well as have access to internship and scholarships opportunities.
The purpose of the PACK Program shall be to raise awareness of pediatric cancer on campus as well as in the community, support children battling cancer and their families, fundraise in order to support pediatric cancer, and otherwise support the mission of the Pinky Swear PACK Program.
Program Council is the student run programming board here at Suffolk. We create unique fun events for the campus community to enjoy while also providing a space for student to come meet one another and plan these events while making friends and developing leadership skills.
PHNC is focused in international public health issues. Main events include conferences, workshops, etc.
The Queer Student Union works to provide an environment of support and visibility for the LGBTQ+ students at Suffolk University. The organization provides socialization and acclimation to and within the LGBTQ+ community of the University and the Boston area. As an organization, we are dedicated to educating the campus community regarding LGBTQ+ issues.
The purpose of the Suffolk University Ski and Snowboard Club is to provide a social network for Suffolk University students interested in winter sports. The club will provide for camaraderie among members, allowing them to embark on trips based off of a common interest, and presenting a great opportunity for students to expand their hobbies and talents.
Suffolk’s SPS chapter has been awarded a grant for three years to conduct research on the behavior of neutrons through polyethylene shielding.
Two student athlete representatives from each men's and women's team aimed at addressing issues defined by the student-athlete body such as mental health awareness, racism, etc.
As the representative governing body for all Suffolk University undergraduate students, we're the voice of students on campus. We act as a bridge between the student body and all levels of the administration to address and solve student issues and concerns. We're committed to ensuring that students are well represented and feel comfortable at Suffolk University, and we work diligently to make that happen.
Suffolk University Student Veterans Organization is open to all interested students, faculty, and alumni. The purpose of the SVO is to help fellow student-veterans acquire access to their entitled benefits and to share our war stories as we now transition into a classroom.
WSFR, Suffolk Free Radio is Suffolk University’s student-run radio station consisting of approximately 60 on-air personalities who showcase their talent through live broadcasts, DJing events on campus, podcasts, and live commentating of Suffolk Sports.
Suffolk Free Radio introduces students to radio production while offering the Suffolk community a wide range of entertainment and programming. Outside of regular broadcasted content, WSFR is an active organization in the Suffolk community. Suffolk Free Radio is present at almost every event held on campus, hosts a live acoustic production every week, and hosts its own annual charity Lock-In every spring.
Involvement with the station gives members the chance to gain valuable experience and expertise in the broadcasting field. WSFR compliments learning inside the classroom by offering hands-on experience outside of class, where students can acquire technical and professional broadcasting skills in a fun and inviting atmosphere. In addition to giving students a platform to broadcast freely, WSFR also provides students with an opportunity to build leadership skills through involvement on the station’s executive board.
WSFR, Suffolk Free Radio broadcasts online as well as in various locations on campus.
The Suffolk University College Republicans seek to promote conservatism and Republican politics on campus through weekly meetings, campus outreach, debates and discussions, election events, and educational panels. We promote individual freedom and individual responsibility, with a limited but energetic government, economic opportunity, and strong national defense.
We invite like-minded individuals grounded in the American traditions of Independence, Integrity, and Innovation to join us!
The idea of this group is to gather everyone who shows interests in the Taiwanese culture, and to facilitate the social networking of all Taiwanese students in the Boston area. We want to help all the new students adjust to living in the U.S, and enjoying the experience while studying abroad.
Tri Beta Biological Honors Society is a club that welcomes all members with an interest in biology but offers eligible students a membership to an elite society of scientists with special opportunities. We focus on all corners of biology and partake in conferences, alumni talks, publishing opportunities and more.
Suffolk UNICEF is a student-run club that focuses on humanitarian issues that are prevalent in U.S and internationally. Some issues include Child Trafficking, Child Marriage, and the lack of water and hygiene in vulnerable communities. Our mission is to educate and inform the student body about these issues and fundraise to help those who need it the most.
We are Suffolk's student run literary arts magazine, that publishes annually poetry, prose, and art created by Suffolk students.
The purpose of the Video Gamers Army is to bring together Suffolk University students, alumni, staff and guests to build a close-knit community that can play, discuss, and relax with each other through the medium of video games both on- and off-campus, while instilling important values such as communication, cooperation, and fair play.
The purpose of the Women in Business Club is to empower, unite, and support female leaders at Suffolk University through business education and experience within the workforce by promoting skills to create a generation of leaders who achieve and inspire others.
Email us at: [email protected]
The first-ever Women in Government club at Suffolk University was created to unite all students motivated to advance, those identifying as a woman, in government. This organization will deliver career-advancing tools, experiential government opportunities, and a coalition of students supporting one another to get more women into government positions.