For a student who loves the idea of 'city as campus' Suffolk can be a great choice. It has a strong academic reputation and the location is fabulous. Your "quad" is the Boston Commons. Your internship opportunities are literally at your doorstep. The campus is a 'vertical' campus (Like a GW). Unlike the last college you asked about, Suffolk obviously offers the full range of majors, programs, student activities, and everything the city has to offer.
It may not be right for the small town kid who never set foot in Boston before. It might feel overwhelming, and might lack that community feel that a traditional residential campus has.
A perennial contender in the GNAC and ECAC championships. Excellent coaching. Lack of on-campus (Boston proper) facility offset with organized time at city facilities and private location as well as a well respected home field in Quincy. Annual spring trip to RussMatt Florida tourney a great season starter.
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