COVID-19 university update
Suffolk offers students the chance to explore the university though a virtual tour of the institution. The virtual campus experience gives students the opportunity to find out what life is like at Suffolk, from academic programs to college traditions.
Suffolk is now test-optional for students applying for the August 2021 intake. In light of the coronavirus pandemic, applications by students for the August 2020 term will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Students are still required to provide proof of their English language proficiency and are encouraged to check the international admission requirements on the university website.
Foundation and English language courses are still available to students. Further, students are still able to apply for funding opportunities and scholarships.
Suffolk University has helped provide students with top class facilities via plenty of campus investment in recent years.
Suffolk recently opened a fully remodeled art and design space across four floors of the Sawyer Building, providing a purpose-built, innovative space for students to enjoy, featuring tech-flex classrooms lined with high-powered design computers, foundation studios full of easels and flooded with natural light. The resources are part of a tightly integrated building shared by various programs and providing students of all its innovative and more traditional subject areas with excellent facilities.
Art and Design professors at Suffolk collaborate with faculty from various departments and develop innovative interdisciplinary courses to merge visual thinking into the broader curriculum. This helps art students focus on finding practical applications through their work via exposure to different disciplines and create boundary-breaking education.