If you need tutoring, help with writing or math, or assistance with English as your second language, the Center for Learning and Academic Success is there for you.
Far from home? Need to know the basics of life in the US? Our "Home Away From Home" program has the answers. Make American friends and share your culture and experiences with American kids.
The Office of Academic Access and Opportunity is committed to expanding access to higher education to underrepresented populations, veterans, and other groups.
Your career preparation starts today. We offer pre-professional advising in law, medicine, dental medicine, veterinary medicine, and optometry.
Over the summer, we have made some exciting changes to the offices providing academic support by launching the Student Success Division. The centers within the division offer a variety of services and programs that will be available to you throughout your academic career—the same as before, just under a different name and, in some cases, in a new location.
Each new center comprises the following offices:
|Undergraduate Academic Advising Center||
||Donahue, 41 Temple Street, Floor 2||617-573-8345|
|Center for Learning & Academic Success||
||Stahl, 73 Tremont Street, Floor 3 (inside Sawyer Library)||617-573-8235|
|Center for International Programs & Services||
||Stahl, 73 Tremont Street, Floor 6||617-573-8154|
|Center for Academic Access & Opportunity||
||Stahl, 73 Tremont Street, Floor 7||617-994-6860|
|Career Development Center||
||Stahl, 73 Tremont Street, Floor 11||617-573-8480|
Whether you have a question about course registration, need homework help, want to join a study group, want to study abroad, are confused about your I-20 status, seek specialized academic support, or want to jump-start your career search, we are here to help. Everything we offer is free of charge and customized to your needs.
We are looking forward to working with you to help you meet your academic goals and find personal success at Suffolk.