Suffolk University CampusReel Intro (Welcome To Suffolk) | Campus Tour 2019
Virtual Tours by Students
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What is up, guys? Welcome to your campus Riel tour of Suffolk University. My hometown's originally way, way far out right over here, actually in Bangladesh, Kenya, Switzerland and now to Massachusetts here in Boston, Suffolk University Guys stay tuned for an amazing tour. Learn about Suffolk, learn about our campus or students or culture and everything. I'm currently 1/3 year studying marketing and management here. A cool thing about having a campus that's so integrated with City are the views such as this of the historic Charles River that's not too far from campus? Foundered in 1906 Suffolk University is an intimate campus with about 7,500 undergrad and 3,000 grad students located in the heart of the city and surrounded by such historical things such as the statehouse, the common, along with many, many other things. We offer over 50 programs with the heavy focus on law. We were a law school, after all, to start Business arts and Polly Side. While much of the university is closed in the summer stick around with me to see what Suffolk has to offer as well as what freshman can expect in their first year. We'll be taking a look at some sites on campus, some of the cool things about the city, and finally, we'll have some interviews with some students, and then I'll give you guys a couple of little tips and tricks to help you survive. The coolest thing about having the city is your campus is that this is your squad in this video, Siri's, I Hope Toe look Att, some key features of Suffolk as well as what my dorm life looks like. What you can expect is a freshman coming onto campus. I'll show you in the next video what my dorm room well apartment looks like, followed by what my favorite parts of campus are. Like my favorite academic buildings, the workload and a typical classroom also touch on our Greek life. In a university that's so integrated into the city, we've got Greek life, along with some interviews from students and everything.