Our campus is anything but traditional.

When you visit Suffolk University, you’ll see more than our campus buildings. You’ll get a sense of everything you can do here and just how close you’ll be to all the opportunities Boston’s famous for.

Our academic buildings and residence halls boast some of the best addresses in town. This real estate will have a real impact on your academic, professional, and social life.

It’s easy to do everything when you learn and live this close to it. On your visit, you’ll hit the ground walking—getting to know the city streets and campus routes you’ll take from your residence hall to your classes and club meetings, internships, and nights out on the town with friends.

A group of Suffolk students talking in Downtown Crossing.

Ways to Visit Suffolk in Person

Suffolk Scoop

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Members of the Suffolk Community will give you the scoop on:

  • How our small classes, dedicated faculty members, and global learning opportunities will help pave your way to academic success
  • How in-class collaborations and internships at Boston’s top employers will boost your resume and overall career-readiness
  • How to get involved on campus and find your community
  • The many reasons why you should apply to Suffolk this fall!

Plus, tour campus with current students and enjoy a sweet treat from Ram favorite—Insomnia Cookies!

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Join us for a tour of our Downtown campus! You'll have the opportunity to learn first-hand how current students take advantage of their academics, extracurricular involvement, and the city of Boston to learn the necessary skills to succeed.

Information Sessions are available on select dates.

Schedule a visit today.

Interested in a self-guided tour? Stop by our Welcome Center to scan the QR code for our campus tour mobile app. and a map of our Downtown Campus. The application will include turn-by-turn directions, descriptions of what you'll see on campus, and information about our academic offerings, student life, residence halls, and performance spaces.

Although not required for admission, an interview gives you the opportunity to meet one-on-one with a representative from the Office of Undergraduate Admission. You will have an opportunity to ask questions specific to your interests and gain a better understanding of the University. The interview also helps our staff make a more informed admission decision.

Schedule an interview

Suffolk offers group visits for high school students through their Secondary School Counselors and Community Based Organizations. Each group visit will include a student-led tour of campus and will offer each of your students a fee waiver for use when applying to Suffolk. Although we do our best to accommodate each group, these visits are limited to 25 guests and are subject to availability.

Visit our Group Visit Request Page to submit your Summer Group Visit Request form. Please note, group visit options will be available this summer between May 22nd - August 25th.

Contact our Welcome Center with any questions at 617-973-1122 or email us.

Ways to Explore Suffolk Virtually

Navigate our campus at your own pace with our handy interactive map. Each Suffolk building comes to vivid life, thanks to photography, 360-degree interior views, and videos starring the ultimate campus insiders: Suffolk Rams!

Explore our Campus

General Information Sessions

These sessions will be hosted by one of our Admission Counselors and will serve as a comprehensive introduction to Suffolk University. We'll be covering academic offerings, student life and success, the city of Boston, as well as the admission and financial aid processes.

Register for a session

International Student Information Sessions

These sessions will be hosted by one of our International Admission Counselors and will allow you the opportunity to learn more about Suffolk's admission process for international applicants along with an overview of merit scholarship opportunities. We'll also cover Suffolk's Madrid Camus, internships, athletics, and faculty.

Register for a session

Transfer Student Information Sessions

These Sessions will be hosted by a Transfer Admission Counselor and a member of Academic Advising. During the session, students will learn about the application process, transfer credit policy/evaluations and advising.

Register for a session

Although not required for admission, a personal interview gives you the opportunity to meet with a representative from the Undergraduate Admission office, and gain a better understanding of the University. The interview also helps our staff make a more informed admission decision. We can also address any questions you may have about Suffolk.

Schedule an Interview

Please visit our Registration Page for more information or to schedule an interview. If you have any specific requests or inquiries regarding an interview, or if none of the times on the calendar work for you, please call the Undergraduate Admission office at 617-573-8460 or email our office coordinator, Bradford Robinson.

At Suffolk University, we pride ourselves in making the transfer process easy. We regularly hold virtual transfer events including information sessions and on-the-spot decision days.

Visit our Transfer Events page for more information and to register for an event.

Boston is more than just our address—it’s our community, our classroom, our workspace, and our playground. Being right in downtown Boston, Suffolk students enjoy unique access to the city’s cultural and professional offerings, from the political spotlight to the theatrical footlights. And as good neighbors, we never pass up a chance to help our community when we can.

Learn more about the city we call home.

The Heart of Downtown Boston

Fee Waivers and How to Use Yours

When you participate in any of our visit options, we'll say thank you by waiving your application fee! Whichever visit option you choose will be a truly great way to experience all that Suffolk has to offer.

To apply, submit your completed Common Application online or Suffolk's online application, and choose the "Waived for Visiting Campus" option when asked about school-specific fee waivers.