Early Arrival Orientation Programs

Want to get something more out of your orientation than two days will allow? Then come a night early and participate in any of our Early Arrival Programs, offered as part of our orientation sessions in June.

Discover Boston, see a show, have dinner, and most importantly meet the people you’ll be spending your next four years with in a relaxed and fun environment! Enjoy Boston, get more comfortable in the city, make new friends, and have a blast between orientation and the start of the spring semester! The early arrival event fee covers the cost of the early arrival trip or tour event. 

 

 

Available Activities

  • Improv Asylum is a comedy theater featuring improvisation and sketch comedy (think Whose Line is it Anyway? meets Saturday Night Live!). Experience the laughter with your new Suffolk friends as you take in a one-of-a-kind side-splitting interactive show. (And beware: You might even end up in the show!)
  • Student Registration Fee: $60

  • Named Best Comedy of the Year by The Boston Globe for seven straight years, this play is a hilarious whodunit that gives the audience the chance to play detective. Set in a hair salon, Shear Madness is the longest-running off-Broadway play in American theatre history.
  • Student Registration Fee: $60

  • Home to the 2013 World Champion Red Sox! America's most beloved ballpark is uniquely nestled in the city of Boston. Fenway Park is a place where dreams are made, traditions are celebrated, and baseball is forever. See the home of Red Sox legends, visit Pesky's Pole, and sit atop the world-famous Green Monster with your new Suffolk University classmates! Experienced tour guides will provide a thrilling one-hour walking tour of Fenway Park.
  • Student Registration Fee: $60

  • Explore one of the largest museums in the United States and the world's 62nd most-visited in the world--the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston! Containing more than 450,000 works of art, the MFA has one of the most comprehensive collections in the Americas. You and your fellow students will get a private guided tour that showcases highlights of this cultural treasure.
  • Student Registration Fee: $30

  • Join fellow new Rams and the Center for Community Engagement for a special opportunity to serve, engage, and connect with our local community right from the start. A small group of new students and current campus leaders will visit a local soup kitchen to help prepare and serve meals to area homeless and then meet over dinner to talk about the difference Suffolk makes in our neighborhood, opportunities for service learning at Suffolk, and of course have fun and make friends in the process.
  • Student Registration Fee: $15