New North Campus Location for Suffolk MBA

Suffolk University’s Sawyer Business School will shift its MBA program from North Andover to a new, easily accessible location at Riverwalk Properties in Lawrence, Mass., in time for the start of the summer semester on May 16.

The Suffolk University MBA has long-established roots in the Merrimack Valley. The new North Campus offers year-round, full-time or part-time programs, in the evenings or on some Saturdays. Accelerated programs are available for attorneys, CPAs and previous business majors pursuing the internationally accredited Suffolk MBA.

The Merrimack Valley is home to more than 16,500 Suffolk University alumni, more than 6,000 of whom hold degrees from the Sawyer Business School. They provide a network of professional contacts for Suffolk University MBA-North Campus students and alumni.

“We are pleased to continue providing business professionals in the Merrimack Valley with a quality, career-focused MBA program in an even more convenient location at Riverwalk Properties,” said Business School Dean William J. O’Neill, Jr.

Riverwalk Properties offers a complete business environment, with 2,000 employees working for 200 companies in a campus-like setting that includes amenities such as restaurants, banks and fitness centers. The development occupies revitalized mill buildings along the Merrimack River and is convenient to Route 495, commuter rail and bus service. Suffolk University MBA-North Campus classes will be held in Northern Essex Community College's state-of-the-art classroom facilities, which opened in September at Riverwalk.

“The Suffolk University MBA-North Campus is pleased to offer its students a flexible program that fits easily into their professional lives in a locale that offers all the amenities of a brand-new business and educational setting,” said Heather R. Hewitt, director of the Suffolk University MBA-North Campus. “We also are pleased to be part of the revitalization of the riverfront, a bright spot on the Merrimack Valley business scene.”


Press Release  ·  April 29, 2011  ·  Suffolk University