At Suffolk, with Boston at their disposal, students usually study all over campus, at places like the library, city cafés, Student Activities area (which is a usual hot spot among the student body), the commuter lounge, and around the grounds on campus. Oftentimes, students are also found in the hallway studying, as well.
Suffolk offers some online courses in both the Sawyer Business School and the College of Arts and Sciences. Most of the classes are offered over the summer; however, there are some courses that are available during the school year. The courses are usually for part-time students, full-time students trying to complete a minor, or individuals looking to receive some college credit, such as high school students. Each course contains a mandatory "chat" time each week, in which the professor communicates to the students via audio, text, or both, and describes the material being presented; these chat times are preset, just like any ordinary college course.