A U N I V E R S I T Y

W H O S E S T U D E N T S
H A V E T H E I R N O S E
T O T H E G R I N D S T O N E
I N S T E A D O F
S T U C K U P I N T H E A I R .
The atmosphere of entitlement that permeates elitist institutions is conspicuously
absent at Suffolk University. But while most of our students don’t have trust funds,
they do have a work ethic. Which doesn’t go unnoticed in the real world. In fact,
employers in the region maintain that Suffolk graduates are uniquely capable
of making an immediate contribution. For more information, visit suffolk.edu

S U F F O L K U N I V E R S I T Y
H A S P R O D U C E D
M O R E M A S S A C H U S E T T S
S T A T E J U D G E S O N
T H E B E N C H T O D A Y T H A N
H A R V A R D , Y A L E , A N D
C O L U M B I A C O M B I N E D .
The numbers don’t lie. If you want a degree that does more than just open doors,
skip the Ivies and come to Suffolk University Law School instead. Our graduates
hit the ground running, thanks to experiential learning and real-world practice.
And our downtown Boston location puts students close to the people who matter
most. Like Massachusetts state judges. For more information, visit suffolk.edu

FROM SUFFOL K UNI VERSI T Y
T O MASS GENERAL
I S A FI FT EEN- MI NUT E WAL K
OR A FOUR- YEAR PROGRAM.
Suffolk University has a unique relationship with nearby Massachusetts
General Hospital. Our radiation therapy program enables students to get clinical
experience at one of the foremost radiation oncology departments in the world.
So it’s no surprise that the department is dominated by Suffolk University
graduates. In fact, despite the program being only two decades old, 30 of the
hospital’s 76 therapists are alumni. For more information, visit suffolk.edu

P A S S I O N
I S A R E Q U I R E M E N T ,
N O T A N E L E C T I V E .
At Suffolk University, going through the motions isn’t going to get it done. Bad
news for the all-too-typical daydreamer with his head in the clouds. But good news
for the hard-working self-starter with his eyes on the prize. The fact is, whether
you burn to be an interior designer, an entrepreneur, or a cancer researcher,
Suffolk can help you set the world on fre. For more information, visit suffolk.edu

A P h . D . P R O G R A M
S O S E L E C T I V E ,
| I ' ' / | ¥ û ' I
A P R I V I L E G E
B E I N G R E J E C T E D .
So selective, in fact, fewer than 5% of applicants to Suffolk University’s Ph.D. program in
clinical psychology are accepted. To complete their internships, doctoral students are placed
at some of the most prestigious sites in the country, like Yale University’s Department of
Psychiatry, the Alpert Medical School of Brown University, and Massachusetts General
Hospital/Harvard Medical School. For more information, please visit suffolk.edu

F O R S T U D E N T S
W H O B E L I E V E
C O L L E G E I S
A P R I V I L E G E ,
N O T A B I R T H R I G H T .
At Suffolk University, we don’t care what your family name is. We only care that you’re
motivated. Proactive. And ready to take everything you learn here and use it to make a
real difference out in the world. Because at Suffolk, our students are too busy blazing their
own trails to follow in anyone else’s footsteps. For more information, visit suffolk.edu

WH E N T H E G O V E R N ME N T
S H U T D O WN ,
A S U F F O L K G R A D U A T E
R E F U S E D T O S H U T U P.
John Drew was a classic have-not. He was born on the wrong side of the tracks and raised in a
housing project. But he graduated from Suffolk University in 1976 and went on to become
President and CEO of Action for Boston Community Development, an organization dedicated
to fghting poverty. Not surprisingly, the government shutdown affected John`s constituency more
than most. So he raised his voice on behalf of those who have no voice, and he didn`t mince words.
John is just one of many Suffolk graduates making a profound difference in people`s lives. And
until everyone gets the message, we refuse to keep quiet. For more information, visit suffolk.edu

W E O F F E R
A D E G R E E P R O G R A M
I N R O C K I N G
T H E B O A T .
For most students, the goal upon graduating college is to make money. But for a select
few, the goal is to make waves. Thus the tremendous appeal of Suffolk University. Our
commitment to fghting social injustice and challenging the status quo is unparalleled. Two
cases in point: Suffolk Law students are active participants in court cases involving issues
like housing discrimination and civil rights. And a signifcant percentage forgo the private
sector for rewarding careers in public service. For more information, visit suffolk.edu

C A N S O M E O N E
C L I M B T H E L A D D E R
O F S U C C E S S
I N S O M E T H I N G
O T H E R T H A N
P E N N Y L O A F E R S ?
Success isn’t limited to children of privilege. One needn’t be a preppy to wield
power and infuence. No need to look further than Suffolk University. Our
graduates, many of whom are from blue-collar families, are making an impact in
the corporate world and the world at large, be it as senior executives, federal judges,
or international legislative advisers. For more information, visit suffolk.edu

S U F F O L K S T U D E N T S
R E L Y O N T H E I R W I L L
T O S U C C E E D ,
N O T T H E I R
| / I h | K ' ' W | | | .
Most Suffolk students cannot count on an inheritance. Nor can they rely on an
infuential parent to pull strings on their behalf. But they can rely on a work ethic
fueled by passion, grit, and determination. Which is both recognized and appreciated.
In fact, employers in the region maintain that Suffolk grads are the best to hire.
For more information, visit suffolk.edu

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