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Living and Dining On & Off Campus Residence Life Staff Resident Assistants Chris Scanlon (West & Modern), Residence Director Kaila Price (Miller), Residence.

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2 Living and Dining On & Off Campus

3 Residence Life Staff Resident Assistants Chris Scanlon (West & Modern), Residence Director Kaila Price (Miller), Residence Director Lynn Thach (Tremont), Residence Director Robyn McMicken, Assistant Director Caroline Davis, Associate Director Rod Waters, Director

4 150 Tremont Street - across from the Common

5 Nathan Miller Hall, 10 Somerset Street

6 10 West Street

7 Modern Theatre Residence Hall

8 Leased Properties Since 2005 Leased Properties are used to accommodate a higher demand for housing Date of first housing deposit are used to assign students when there is a need for this option Past Leased Properties have included: – Wyndham Boston/Beacon Hill – Hyatt Regency Boston

9 Residence Hall Amenities Rooms: Singles, doubles, triples, quads Apartments: 2-8 people Utilities –Heat/AC, Cable, Phone line, wireless/wired, carpet Furniture –Bed, desk, chair, dresser and wardrobe Mattresses –75” Tremont, –80” Miller/West/Modern Lounges/fitness room/laundry/mail in all halls Extensive life safety systems 24/7/365 SUPD coverage at the front desks

10 Living-Learning Communities Some of the most stimulating conversations of your college years won’t happen in a classroom. Educational programs Creative activities Provide support and mentorship Faculty interactions The LLCs for are: Accounting and Finance Marketing Global Business Entrepreneurship Psychology Government Communication & Journalism Honors Explorations Management Law and Public Policy Science and Health Professions

11 Staff Philosophy for Collaborating with Parents/Guardians We encourage students to take an active role in working to resolve problems that may arise. Conflicts always have multiple perspectives and points of view. We work to gather all perspectives and learn as much as we can about the situation. Professional and student staff members are trained in conflict mediation skills and can often help roommates to acquire necessary listening and communication skills that will assist them throughout their time of living on campus. Staff will work directly with the students involved to help resolve the issue.

12 Off-Campus Housing Office Housing Assistants Commuter Ambassadors Graduate Fellow Jeff Morris, Coordinator Yvette Velez, Director

13 The Apartment Search Housing Search Overview: Find a roommate. Figure out the Budget. Decide on a Location. Schedule a few appointments to look at apartments. Timeline: Don’t Rush! June is the time to find an apartment. (Apartments are scarce by mid August.) Undergraduate Housing Search –February

14 Neighborhoods: Back Bay, Beacon Hill & North End $800-$1200 per student $1600-$2400 2bdrm $1000-$2000 Studio/1bdrm Quaint & Cozy

15 Rentals Apartments: unfurnished, HT & HTW Other costs-internet, cable and phone Upfront Cost: 1 st, Last, Security and Fee –ISD, (617) , Citizens Connectwww.cityofboston.gov

16 Transitions: Preparing Students for their Next Move Information Sessions Roommate listings Housing Fair Neighborhood resources

17 Commuter & Off Campus Student Resources Leasing/Renting Rights & Responsibilities Personal Budgeting Trash & Recycling Parking & Transportation Community Information Health & Safety Events, Student Life & Activities

18 Public Transportation MBTA Discount Program Thurs. July 30 th Reserve online Parking- no university parking lots

19 Campus Connects Carpool, Through MassRIDES, you may access a free ridematching service. Bike, “go green” – Bike Racks – For more information on bike safety and going “carless,” visit org/ org/ Other – Zipcar, Mintcar Workout facilities: Ridgeway Gymnasium Student Lounges- Sawyer, Donahue, Ridgeway Lockers-Contact facilities at

20 What to do? Where to go? Visit the Hub Information Center, located in the Sagan Lobby of the Donahue Building. Open Monday – Thursday 9am-9pm and Fridays 9am-5pm. Contact them at or (617) Keep an eye out for the Bulletins on TV screens throughout campus near elevators and other gathering places. Look out for event advertisements on bulletin boards and dining halls around campus. Read The Suffolk Journal & The Suffolk Voice (online paper). Visit our Web Calendar on the SUConnect website OCHO sponsored “Stay Connected Tables” every Wednesday in the Lobby. Check your Suffolk

21 Safety & Standards to Know Campus Emergency System (weather/school closings, Connect-Ed) Fire Safety – consider insurance City Smarts Laws & Leases (trash, occupancy, alcohol, pets, parties) Residence Hall Policy (alcohol, drugs, pets)

22 Campus Dining Locations: Donahue Café –Monday–Thursday: 8:00am – 5:00pm –Friday: 8:00am – 3:00pm Sawyer Café –Monday–Thursday: 7:45am – 7:30pm –Friday: 7:45am – 3:00pm Miller Café –Monday-Thursday: 7:00am – 11:00pm –Fridays 7:00am-10:00pm –Weekends/Holidays: 10:30am – 10:00pm 150 Tremont Café –Monday–Thursday: 7:00am – 11:00pm –Fridays 7:00 am – 10:00pm –Weekends/Holidays: 10:30am – 10:00pm 73 Tremont Café –Monday – Thursday 7 am – 8 pm –Friday 7 am – 4 pm – *Please note: Off-campus students must be accompanied by a resident student to dine at the residence halls 73 TREMONT CAFÉ

23 On Campus Meal Plan Information Three resident meal plan options – Meal Plan A $3134 per year/$1567 per semester – Meal Plan B $2810 per year/$1405 per semester – *Meal Plan C $2506 per year/$1253 per semester *All residential students are automatically enrolled in Plan C All are Declining Balance Plans and can be used in any dining locations. All balances carry over from fall to spring semester and then funds are lost if not spent by the end of spring semester. Example of Daily allowance of spending per semester: $1253 / 103 (average days in semester) = $12.16 per day

24 What can $12.16 per day buy? Soups & Chowder $ $4.50 Entree $ $7.00 Salad To Go $ $7.00 Sandwich $ $5.50 Calzone $4.50 Omelet $3.50 Sushi $4.25 – 6.75 Whole Fruit $1.25 Muffin $1.95 Coffee $1.85

25 Dining Highlights Find us on the web at Update in July Nutritional information Registered Dietician in Health Services Karen Jew Able to accommodate variety of diet needs- let us know! Build-a-lunch (co-sponsored with Health Services & OCHO) Cooking 101 (co-sponsored with OCHO)

26 Ram Card The RAM Card is your student’s Suffolk ID and the key to most everything! Photo Identification Resident meal plans and laundry services Secure entry to Residence Halls Debit like tool used for on-campus copy and print services as well as purchases at Off-Campus Merchants Student Advantage logo (discount program)

27 RAM Account Easily add money online No danger of accumulating debt or overdraft fees Open to the entire Suffolk Community Funds do not expire as long as you are a member of the Suffolk Community Use at all participating on & off-campus locations Great budgeting tool since you can only spend the amount that you add to the card Balance info available with every transaction and online

28 Who Accepts My RAM Card? On – Campus 73 Tremont Cafe 150 Tremont Cafe Copiers at NESAD Library Copiers at the Sawyer Library Donahue Cafe The Hub Laundry Facilities Miller Hall Cafe Sawyer Cafe Suffolk University Bookstore Off - Campus 7- Eleven Griddler’s Burgers and Dogs Back DeckLambert’s Marketplace BolocoPotbelly Sandwich Shop Crush PizzaPiperi Café PodimaPrimo’s Crazy Dough’s PizzaSal’s Pizza CVSSubway Derne St. DeliUBurger DominosUptown Café Earl of SandwichWhole Foods Market Fill-A-Buster Zen Japanese Grille & Sushi Fajitas and Ritas Frozen-Yo

29 How to add money   Bursar’s Office  Valueport Cash Machine

30 Discounts & Deals Suffolk University Student Advantage Online. National. Local. Suffolk students who purchase a membership can add the service directly to their RAM Card at the Bursar’s Office. Get four years of savings for just $45! Participating merchants include: Amtrak, Greyhound, Foot Locker, Target.com and more! Sign up at

31 Important Dates Off-Campus Housing Monday, September 1 st -Neighborhood Walk-Around Residence Halls Sunday, August 31 st MOVE-IN Events for Everyone Welcome Parties ~ Community Meetings ~ Shopping Trips and more! 1 st Day of Classes: Wednesday, September 3!

32 Contact Us Sodexo - Bob Cirame – – Ram Card - Mikhail Ilin - Haley Erickson – – OCHO - Yvette Velez – – Residence Life - Rod Waters – –


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