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Based out of Boston, MA, Suffolk University was established in 1906. The university is known for providing cutting-edge opportunities to international students. It has numerous study options and scholarships on offer for international students and helps them to undertake a number of internships and projects during their course of study.
Living in on campus housing can be one of the most positive experiences of college years at Suffolk. Suffolk’s two residence halls offer comfortable, safe, alcohol and smoke free living, in the heart of the city. With 24-hour security, each room is wired for satellite television, telephone, and a direct link to the University computer system. Both buildings house a dining hall, computer lab, and recreation room. Just blocks from the main academic buildings, both facilities feature premiere amenities and sweeping views of Boston. 10 West Street: Housing a total of 268 students, this co-ed hall is comprised of apartment and suite style rooms. Nathan R. Miller Hall: Housing a total of 345 students on small floors (19 to 23 residents each), this co-ed hall is comprised of doubles and a small number of singles arranged in clusters. A small number of quad rooms with private bathrooms are also available. 150 Tremont Street: Located across from Boston Common, this co-ed hall has single, double, triple, and quad rooms arranged along a corridor with common hallway bathrooms or in suites ranging in size from four to ten students.
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