Suffolk University Top Questions

What is the stereotype of students at your school? Is this stereotype accurate?


The stereotype that law students are the typical one's who go to Suffolk University is totally false. Although Suffolk started as a law school, that portion is only a small part of the university now. There are over 85 plus majors in the undergraduate program that have nothing to do with law. Overall the students are completely diverse, from all over the world and studying everything from Marketing to Marine Biology. The law school is a completely separate entity from the undergraduate program.


Suffolk University is as diverse as a university comes. We have people from all over the country, as well as all over the world; people who like sports, politics, music, photography, science, you name it. There are no "clicks" or stereotypes at Suffolk University, which is something I love. It allows you to walk around campus and say hi to a variety of different people without feeling self-conscious or awkward. Suffolk is one big loving community and what ever type of person you are, you'll fit in here.