What are the top 3 reasons someone should attend Suffolk University?

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Anonymous, Student, Suffolk University, Class of 2019

The experience, the people you meet, and connections you make are three reasons why someone should attend Suffolk University.

Anonymous, Student, Suffolk University, Class of 2016

The small class sizes with dedicated teachers, the location in the heart of Boston, the growing reputation, the price

Anonymous, Student, Suffolk University, Class of 2019

Suffolk is a great school where there are a wide list of majors to choose from, the people are very welcoming, and there are tons of events to attend so you have the opportunity to get involved with your peers and have fun.

Anonymous, Student, Suffolk University, Class of 2015

Suffolk University is in downtown Boston which is a great location for someone who wants to be in the heart of Boston. Also this school has a excellent Law program. If your interested in traveling Suffolk is the place to be with 30 locations world wide to study.

Anonymous, Student, Suffolk University, Class of 2016

Any student that wants a quality education should attend Suffolk. We have the College of Arts & Sciences, the Sawyer Business School and also the New England School of Art and Design. I have been with both the CAS and SBS, and am continually happy with the courses I am taking and especially the professors. The location is another attribute that draws students to Suffolk. Not only is Boston, Massachusetts a great city to live in, it is a city with many opportunities that makes it great for networking; in order to further our career goals. Another reason is the hundreds of clubs and organizations we have. It is so important to get involved with your school, and Suffolk wants everybody to be involved in something, whether it be Alternative Spring Break or Women in Business Club. Every club builds leadership skills and opens doors to opportunities, and it is so essential to have that within your college/university.

Anonymous, Student, Suffolk University, Class of 2019

It gives opportunities for a private school atmosphere in the heart of College City, USA, to some students who don't quite measure up to the greatness of MIT or BU. It provides a great education in a tight knit community, without the stress of being one lost in a sea of fifty or a hundred thousand. The best reason, I think, is that it's very clear how much the school cares for its students.

Anonymous, Student, Suffolk University, Class of 2017

Firstly, it is actually a very good school. Second, if you want to attend a program where professors and focused on teaching you instead of just sending you home to read a textbook, Suffolk is the place for that, professors REALLY care about their students here. And third, everyone one here is extremely friendly, they all know how difficult college can be and they have this idea that friends should relieve stress and not cause more.

Anonymous, Student, Suffolk University, Class of 2018

Great university in a great town. The faculty and staff seem to be very helpful in getting students the help they need to continue their education successfully.

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