Suffolk County College

Find Suffolk County Massachusetts colleges and universities, such as state, community, public, and private colleges, universities, and technical schools. Colleges and universities provide information on degree programs, such as associate degrees, bachelor degrees, masters degrees, doctorate degrees, and trade certifications, college applications, financial aid, tuition, and student alumni resources.

Bay State College 122 Commonwealth Avenue Boston MA 02116 617-217-9186

Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology 41 Berkeley Street Boston MA 02116 617-588-1368

Berklee College of Music 1140 Boylston Street Boston MA 02215 617-266-1400

Boston Architectural College 320 Newbury Street Boston MA 02115 617-585-0100

Boston Baptist College 950 Metropolitan Avenue Boston MA 02136 617-364-3510

Boston College 140 Commonwealth Avenue Boston MA 02467 617-552-8000

Boston University 1 Silber Way Boston MA 02215 617-353-2000

Bunker Hill Community College 250 Rutherford Avenue Boston MA 02129 617-228-2000

Emerson College 120 Boylston Street Boston MA 02116 617-824-8500

Emmanuel College 400 Fenway Boston MA 02115 617-735-9715

Empire Beauty School-Boston 30 West Street Boston MA 02111 800-920-4593

Everest Institute Brighton 1505 Commonwealth Avenue Boston MA 02135 617-783-9955

Everest Institute Chelsea 70 Everett Avenue Chelsea MA 02150 617-889-5999

Fisher College 118 Beacon Street Boston MA 02116 866-266-6007

Kaplan Career Institute-Boston 540 Commonwealth Avenue Boston MA 02215

Kaplan Career Institute-Charlestown 480-570 Rutherford Avenue Boston MA 02129 617-580-4010

MCPHS University 179 Longwood Avenue Boston MA 02115 617-732-2800

MGH Institute of Health Professions 36 1st Avenue Boston MA 02129 617-726-2947

Massachusetts College of Art and Design 621 Huntington Avenue Boston MA 02115 617-879-7000

Massachusetts General Hospital Dietetic Internship 55 Fruit Street Boston MA 02114 617-726-2589

What is a College?

Colleges and universities provide post-secondary and higher education degree programs, including associate's degrees, bachelor's degrees, master's degrees, doctorate degrees, and trade certifications. Some colleges focus on liberal arts, while others focus on the sciences or vocational trades. Colleges and universities provide communities with a variety of jobs, from administrative and educational positions to custodial, food service and security positions.

As well as education, colleges provide entertainment venues for sporting events, fine arts shows, and performing arts. They help students with enrollment, college applications, and financial aid. They also provide alumni services, career placement services, financial aid in the form of work study, housing so students can live on campus. Most also offer medical services, and some also provide transportation. Some four-year colleges and universities are as large as small cities.