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History and prestige

As a top 200 national university, Suffolk University gives students a distinguished education in a historic New England metropolitan city.

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Suffolk University is a private, research university in Boston, Massachusetts. Located on famed Beacon Hill, the urban campus hosts 7,288 students from over 100 countries. Founded in 1906, Suffolk has cultivated a student-centric education for over a century. Suffolk’s mission statement, to “create opportunity for all,” is a resounding theme throughout the university and its commitment to diversity.

With top-ranked business and law programs, Suffolk is a leading university across a variety of fields. The 13:1 student-to-faculty ratio for undergraduate students, allow professors to mentor each individual student. Suffolk’s faculty follow a teacher-scholar model, creating a curriculum focused on research and experiential learning.

Suffolk benefits from its Boston home. Students can take advantage of being in the center of it all—they are never too far from the Freedom Trail, Fenway Park, Boston Public Garden, the Boston harbor, countless museums and historical landmarks. The university’s location lends a hand to students looking to intern and seek postgraduate employment with Boston’s nearby government, business, legal, technology, medical and non-profit organizations.

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Suffolk University
73 Tremont Street
Boston, MA 02108-2770

(617) 573-8000


Marketing and Communications Specialist


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Marketing and Communications Specialist

INTO Suffolk University

As a member of the INTO North America team, the Marketing and Communications Specialist for INTO Suffolk develops print materials and digital content to promote the university and drive student recruitment from global markets to INTO. This position will manage, organize and implement a wide range of projects/ activities/tactics primarily focused on those defined in the recruitment and marketing plan that support student recruitment, education counselor training and enrollment goals.