Suffolk University

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Suffolk is a midsize institutions located in heart of Downtown Boston. Offering over 60+ majors through our Sawyer Business School, College of Arts and Sciences and Law school. We offer innovative majors that are market relevant, including those most favored by International Students. In a setting that emphasizes real world scenarios by fully incorporating our urban location to the student experience.

Location: Boston, MA & Madrid, Spain

Student Population: 8,321 students total, 5,496 undergraduate students, 1,365 graduate students and 1,460 law students

Student/Staff Ratio: 13:1 (undergraduate) 17:1 (law)

Enrollment Dates: http://www.suffolk.edu/admission.php

Ranking: US News First Tier National Universities 2017 The Princeton Review 380 Best Colleges 2016 Wall Street Journal Top 25% US Colleges 2016 The Prince Review 2016 Best Business Schools US News 5th largest proportion of International Students Tax Talent Educational Survey top 10 MBA Program, Top 20 MST program 2015 The Financial Engineer Top MSF Program 2015

Accreditation: NEASC, AACSB-International, AACSB Dual accreditation Accounting and Taxation, American Bar Association, American Chemical Society, American Psychological Society, Comunidad de Madrid, Council for Interior Design Accreditation, International Assoc. of Counseling Centers, Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiological Tech, NASPAA, NASAD

Most Popular Programs: Government, Public interest, Public Policy, and Urban Studies; Communications; Psychology and Sociology; International Studies; Management, Marketing, Entrepreneurship, Accounting, Finance, and Global Business; Advocacy, Business Law, and Litigation; Intellectual Property and Innovation, Biology, Forensic Science, Environmental Science, Radiation Science

Campus Life: 80+ Clubs and organizations. International Student associations as well as Cultural Heritage Groups. 13 NCAA Division III teams, International Student Services Office, Interfaith Center

Residential Options: 4 Residence Halls in downtown Boston. Living on campus is not mandatory. Housing is not guaranteed, but freshman who deposit by May 1st will get a spot. Second year of housing is very likely. Experienced Off Campus Housing Office that helps students with off campus placements (www.suffolk.edu/ocho).

Typical Annual Total Tuition & Fees: $37,128 (tuition) $17,240(residence hall and meal plan)

Website: www.suffolk.edu