Other Resources

As a Suffolk off-campus or commuter student, there are many ways to get to Suffolk. You can drive, bike, walk or use public transportation to get to our centrally-located campus.

Parking

Information regarding area parking can be found here.

Transportation

MBTA and T Pass Program
Purchasing a monthly transportation pass (T pass) saves you money and time. Suffolk participates in a discount T pass program where you pay a flat rate at the beginning of the semester and pick up your pass at the start of each month. For more information, call the Ram Card Services at the Hub, during regular operating hours at (617) 994-4225.

Amtrak
1-800-USA-RAIL (1-800-872-7245)
http://www.amtrak.com
Trains run from North Station, South Station and Back Bay. For more information, visit the Amtrak website.

Long Distance Bus-Lines
Long distance travel lines are located at South Station. You can contact specific bus companies for updated schedules and information.

Bus Company  Phone Number  Website 
Peter Pan 1-800-343-9999 http://www.peterpanbus.com
Greyhound Bus  1-800-231-2222 http://www.greyhound.com

Ride Your Bicycle
There are bike racks across campus if you want to “go green” and ride your bike.
For additional resources on bike safety and going “carless,” visit http://www.massbike.org/.

Ridematching & Emergency Ride Home
If you plan on getting to campus with a car, you are encouraged to carpool. Through MassRIDES, you may access a free ridematching service. You may also enroll in an Emergency Ride Home program, which provides you with a ride home in the event of an emergency up to four times per year. To enroll, visit http://www.commute.com/.

Lockers

Store your books and other school supplies on campus. Lockers can be obtained through the Facilities Management Department located in the 150 Tremont Street Sub basement. Please click here for more information or contact them at 617.573.8110. Locker information for Law Students can be found here.

Ram Account

The Ram Account is a stored value/debit account linked to your Ram card, which is your Suffolk ID. Ram Account funds can be used at all participating on- and off-campus locations, and they are available as long as you are an active member of the Suffolk community—commuter and resident students, faculty, and staff. Students and parents can now add funds to the Ram Account. For more information, email ramcard@suffolk.edu or call the Office of the Bursar/Ram Card Services at 617.573.8407.