America’s original college town
Boston is America’s original college town, and has remained one of the nation’s best cities for students pursuing higher education. Since the area is filled with 35 colleges and universities, it is considered an international center of higher education and a leader in innovation and entrepreneurship.
This city is also known for its famous restaurants, beautiful parks, college atmosphere and charming cobblestone streets that all sit within a short distance of each other. Because Boston is a small town, it’s easily accessible by foot and most locals use public transit to get around.
Love a good sports game? Watch the Red Sox play nine innings at the historic Fenway Park. Want to learn more about American history? Head to the Peabody Museum and check out artifacts from the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Boston has it all.
In the middle of it all
As a Suffolk student, you’ll be right in the heart of the city. Campus is on the edge of the well-known Beacon Hill neighborhood. It is located next to Boston Common, the city’s main park area. You are steps away from historic city sites such as Faneuil Hall, the Massachusetts State House and Old State House. If you want some culture, there’s never a dull moment when you check out the art galleries on Newbury Street. Learn about the history of the city and more at the Massachusetts Historical Society. With a campus so blended into the city around it, there is no shortage of opportunities to discover one of the most historic and beautiful cities in the world.