Boston is more than just our address—it’s our community, our classroom, our workspace and our playground. As the only university in downtown Boston, we enjoy unique access to the city’s cultural and professional offerings, from the political spotlight to the theatre footlights. And as good neighbors, we never pass up a chance to help our community when we can.
The city is yours
Suffolk plays a prominent role in Boston’s thriving theater scene. We reconstructed the historic Modern Theatre in 2010, saving the 1913 façade and creating student housing and a new performance space in the heart of the city’s Theatre District. Learn more
City of Boston Visitors’ Guide
You know that red brick line you may follow all or part of the way to class? That’s the Freedom Trail, one of Boston’s top tourist attractions and an enduring symbol of our revolutionary history. Learn more about what the city has to offer.
Massachusetts Office of Travel and Tourism
The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum. The Institute of Contemporary Art. Fenway Park. The Boston Symphony Orchestra. All of these cultural landmarks and more are just minutes from the Suffolk campus. Learn more
Guide to Beacon Hill
Beacon Hill is more than just the gold dome that shines atop the Massachusetts State House. Learn more about our historic neighborhood in Boston's Beacon Hill Neighborhood, a guide from the Boston Globe.
Suffolk Virtual Tour
How far is your American history classroom from the places where American history unfolded? Closer than you think. Explore Suffolk in the context of the city we call home. Take the tour
Welcome to Title Town
In the past decade, each of Boston’s major professional sports team has racked up at least one championship. Check out this video from our front-row seat to the Boston Bruins’ NHL championship parade in 2011. Watch video