Copyright and Trademark Use
Suffolk University expects all users of our site as well as members of our community to comply with U.S. Copyright laws and refers all users to the University’s Copyright Policy, which governs the use of these resources.
In compliance with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, Suffolk University has designated an agent to receive notice of alleged infringement of copyright.
Designated Agent Contact Information:
Karen Kruppa, Risk Manager
8 Ashburton Place
Boston, MA 02108
If you think that your copyright is being infringed by anything posted on this website or in the Suffolk.edu domain, please send written notice to Suffolk University’s designated agent. Include in your notice (a) a detailed description of the allegedly infringing material and the URL where it appears; (b) a detailed description of your copyrighted work (including a copy, if practicable); (c) your name, physical address, e-mail address, and daytime telephone number; and (d) an affirmation that the information in your notice is accurate and that you believe in good faith that the material complained of infringes your copyright. Your notice should conclude with a statement, made “under pains and penalties of perjury,” that you are authorized to act on behalf of the copyright holder and it should be signed with either your physical or electronic signature.
For more detailed information concerning U.S. copyright law, users may consult the following websites:
U.S. Copyright Office
Copyright Clearance Center
All rights to this website and the material it contains are reserved and the material may be amended or deleted by the University without notice. Copies may only be made with the permission of Suffolk University, or as permitted by law.
The Suffolk University website is linked to other websites which are protected by copyright law. The University does not promise nor is it responsible for the accuracy of information in linked sites. These links are provided as a convenience and the inclusion of such links does not imply an endorsement.
Permission is given to copy forms or applications on this website which are intended to be completed and forwarded to the University.
Suffolk University expects that all employees and members of its community will follow the policies and guidelines set forth in the University Web Policy and the Responsible Computer User Policy.
Design, Logos, Pictures and Trademarks
All designs, pictures, logos and trademarks used on the Suffolk University website may not be copied and used or posted by any person or entity without the express written permission of the University. Complete details on using the Suffolk University seal, logo or other aspects of our graphic identity, including downloadable graphics can be found on the Marketing & Communications webpage.