Shakespeare on The Common

Boston Common

Suffolk students watching a Shakespeare on The Common performance in Boston

Things don’t end too well for Romeo and Juliet, but everyone else wins at this outdoor tradition. Commonwealth Shakespeare Company stages a free production on Boston Common every year. Forsooth! (Photos: Michael J. Clarke)View More

You can catch a Broadway musical, comedy show, ballet, or play every single night in Boston. Whether performing onstage at our Modern Theatre or cheering from balcony seats in the Theater District, our students find their scene.

A Riverside Stroll on the Charles

The Esplanade

A leisurely stroll along the Esplanade and Charles River in Boston

Sometimes a Ram’s gotta kayak, or wind-surf, or relax in an Adirondack chair with a view. The Esplanade’s perfect for doing all three or just strolling (or jogging) through the greenery. (Photos: Alexey Korolev ’18)View More

From the Common right outside our dorms to the Greenway, to the Esplanade and beyond, Boston boasts 2,300 acres of parks and green spaces. Our students have their pick of urban oases.

Inside the Steeple

Boston Common

Suffolk photographer climbs up into the steeple of the Park Street Church in Boston

Suffolk students walk by it every day, but what is Park Street Church’s steeple like inside? We went up to take photos of our buildings and the Boston skyline, and couldn’t help snapping the atmospheric interior too. Even the graffiti’s historic. (Photos: Michael J. Clarke)View More

No city has preserved its history quite like Boston has. While the Freedom Trail unwinds just outside our front door, our students learn from the past as they prepare to make history of their own.

Tall Ships Sail in to Boston

Seaport District

Tall Ships event in Boston Harbor

Ships ahoy! The Tall Ship fleet docked in Boston Harbor for five magical days. We kicked off summer by boarding these elegant ships and reliving the golden age of sailing. (Photos: Michael J. Clarke)View More

Boston heats up in the summer. From outdoor concerts to street festivals to simply relaxing in a nearby park, there’s always something to do steps from your front door.

A Summer Visit to Google

Kendall Square

Suffolk business students visit Google's campus in Kendall Square, Cambridge

Over the summer, students in Foundations of Business got to know the ins-and-outs of marketing, finance, and organizational behavior. Oh, and they visited dream employers like Google. (Photos: Michael J. Clarke)View More

Technology is shaping the future of industry, society, and Boston. Suffolk students are plugged into cutting-edge career paths—and our alumni are already forging paths of their own.

Cruising to Graduation

Boston Harbor

Suffolk seniors enjoy a cruise on the Boston Harbor

What a send-off! During Senior Week, the Class of 2017 boarded the Seaport Elite II for a harbor cruise. On deck, they struck their best Titanic poses and gazed at that gorgeous Boston skyline together one last time. (Photos: Michael J. Clarke)View More

Boston comes to life in the spring: Swan boats glide on the Public Garden’s lake, Fenway Park echoes with the crack of bats, and city parks turn brilliantly green. It’s the perfect setting for finishing the academic year strong.

Cleaning Up Nicely

Jamaica Plain

Suffolk University Senior Service Day at Bussey Brook Meadow in Jamaica Plain, Boston

During Senior Week, the Class of 2017 joined forces with the Boston Parks Department. These Rams rolled up their sleeves and broke out some serious gardening gloves to help clean up Bussey Brook Meadow in Jamaica Plain. (Photos: Michael J. Clarke)View More

Boston is passionate about volunteering. Throughout the city’s diverse neighborhoods, Suffolk students perform tens of thousands of service hours each year, helping to improve the lives of others as well as public spaces around the city.

Dining by the Diamond

Fenway

Suffolk University undergraduate senior night at Fenway Park

The Class of 2017’s Senior Week kicked off with a farewell dinner at Fenway Park. Along with good food, seniors enjoyed epic photo ops and up-close views of the Red Sox collection of World Series Championship hardware. (Photos: John Gillooly)View More

There’s a game to catch all year round in Boston, and our city’s championship parades pass right by our doors. Students collaborate with the Red Sox and Celtics, intern for world champions, and drive teams’ success off the field as alumni.

Boston in Full Bloom

Public Garden

The Public Garden in Boston in full bloom in the spring

Just when you think a Boston winter will never end, spring brings the city a dose of flower power. The Boston Public Garden is home to beautiful petals and perfect spots for studying al fresco. (Photos: Alexey Korolev ’18)View More

Boston comes to life in the spring: Swan boats glide on the Public Garden’s lake, Fenway Park echoes with the crack of bats, and city parks turn brilliantly green. It’s the perfect setting for finishing the academic year strong.

For the Kids

Allston

Suffolk University Service Day at Crayons to Cradles in Allston

Service Day’s a big deal at Suffolk, and students volunteer at locations all around Boston. This year, some helped out at the Giving Factory of Cradles to Crayons, a nonprofit dedicated to supplying disadvantaged children with essential items. (Photos: Michael J. Clarke)View More

Boston is passionate about volunteering. Throughout the city’s diverse neighborhoods, Suffolk students perform tens of thousands of service hours each year, helping to improve the lives of others as well as public spaces around the city.