Our office, as well as student organization lounges and office space, are all located in the Sawyer Building.
List of Clubs and Organizations
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.
A chemistry-based club open to all majors! We plan events for National Chemistry Week, and Scientist Celebrate Green Chemistry with the American Chemical Society.
ASBMB focuses on community outreach events that teach people about biochemistry and molecular biology and opportunities within the field.
This club gives the opportunity to learn about the cultures and traditions of the Islands. We strive to create a network between orgs on campus and within the community in general and abroad. We increase awareness of Caribbean issues and promote the knowledge of the uniqueness we all have.
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.
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!
The Hellenic Students' Association of Suffolk University is comprised of undergraduate students that are of Greek or Cypriot origin, as well as other students that are interested in Greek/Cypriot Culture. The main goal of the association is to promote fellowship among members of the Suffolk Community by organizing cultural, social and educational activities.
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.
The Interior Design Organization (IDO) is open to all students who are interested in interior design and architecture. We provide a space for students to strengthen their skills in design, connect with professionals and experiential learning opportunities, and interact with like-minded people.
A club where student with International Relations major can meet, socialize and discover possible career paths. we usually invite people to come share with us their knowledge of their job and lifestyle.
Mock Trial provides students with knowledge of the judicial system, legal process, and courtroom procedures.
The NSLS is the nation's largest leadership honor society. In addition to honoring excellence, the NSLS provides a step-by-step accredited program for members to build their leadership skills and the option to earn college credit. Membership is for life and provides access to benefits including scholarships and awards, employer recruitment through an online job bank, and discounts on computers, textbooks, grad school prep courses, insurance, and more.Email
The purpose of Neurovariety shall be to raise awareness about neurodivergency and to support, offer resources, and give opportunities to the neurodivergent community, regardless of whether the student has or hasn't a medical diagnosis.
Pinky Swear Pack is a organization on campus that spreads awareness about pediatric cancer. The team and I collaborate on events to recruit members, and bring awareness to a serious issue.
Directly affiliated with Planned Parenthood, we fundraise, advocate, and spread awareness about a variety of topics including, but not limited to: reproductive health rights, inclusive sex education, and menstural health. Through events and fundraisers during the year, our mission is to achieve social justice for all those impacted by these issues.
PMA is established to connect marketing students, alumni, and professionals in the Suffolk community through networking events and activities. The club serves as the bridge between the Marketing department and Marketing students.
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 SGA represents the undergraduate student body in voicing concerns, promoting interests, and advocating for student life and academic concerns at Suffolk University. 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.
Calling all horror fans. If you enjoy a good scary movie and bloody good fun, join us and meet other spooky enthusiasts.
Suffolk's Lifting Club was created to help foster a community of like minded students who plan to continue bettering themselves physically throughout their schooling.
The purpose of the SUGC is to increase awareness about Greek life on campus, as well as build a stronger bond between the three Greek organizations including Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Theta Phi Alpha, and Alpha Sigma Alpha. SUGC will coordinate events between these organizations. All events hosted by SUGC are open to all Suffolk students.
The Suffolk University Outing Club brings students out of the city and into nature. Join us for events that include hiking, kayaking, skiing and much more.
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 purpose of the SU-ACLUM shall be to discuss the initiatives of the American Civil Liberties Union of MA and to inform club members about their civil liberties. While also trying to promote the greater goal of creating a more educated campus and community.
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.
We are Suffolk's student run literary arts magazine, that publishes annually poetry, prose, and art created by Suffolk students.