All University housing is alcohol- and smoke-free
StaffingThere are several Resident Assistants (RA) in each of our residence halls. An RA is an upper-class student who is selected through a very competitive process. RAs work to develop community within the building through programming, getting to know the residents and policy enforcement. Each building also has a Residence Director of Residence Life & Housing, who is a professional staff member, and lives in each residence hall.
Room AmenitiesEach student will have a twin bed and mattress, a desk and chair, a wardrobe and a dresser. All rooms have overhead or wall-mounted lighting and each room is painted off-white. Each window (all rooms have one, some have two) has a blind and all student rooms are carpeted and air-conditioned. Each room is wired for local phone service. Each room is also wired for satellite television and internet services and all have wireless internet access. The apartments are fully furnished: bedrooms as listed above, living room furniture and kitchens including electric stove, refrigerator, garbage disposal and microwave. The cost of these services is included in your room and board charges.
Meal PlansAll residence hall students are required to be on the university meal plan, except for the students who live in the apartments at 10 West Street. The Sodexo Corporation provides all dining services at Suffolk University. Dining halls are located in 150 Tremont and Miller Hall, with breakfast, lunch, and dinner are served daily. On the weekends, brunch and dinner are served. Each evening, the dining halls offer a “late night” dining period. The meal plan is a debit card service and all items are a la carte. Each purchase will be deducted from the meal plan. You can check out dining services at Suffolk.