I'm looking to transfer into suffolk for the semester of fall'10, as of now I have an 2.8 GPA coming from UMass Amherst, i know that on the Suffolk website the average GPA is a 3.0 do you think they would even consider a 2.8 GPA or is 3.0 their cutoff point? Also does anyone know anything about their radiology program?
I just got my rooming assignment for Suffolk and it says I have a double, in a 10 person suite - does anyone know what that looks like/be willing to send me a picture or explain it?
I am a future student at Suffolk University (I am currently a high school senior, and am enrolled to start in fall 2009). I was wondering how the dorms are. I've heard they have pretty nice dorms, and I was wondering if anyone knows if they are at all similar to the ones at Emmanuel College. If you wouldn't mind uploading a picture or something that'd be awesome, but if not, just a description would be great. I am going to orientation in June, but I was just wondering if I could get a sense of what it'll look like before I see them then.
Thanks so much!
Just checking to see if anyone had two undergrad graduation tickets that they wouldnt mind either parting with/selling?
Please respond back if you're able.
I'm doing research for a final projoect and if you guys could respond to simply 3 questions you'd be helping me out.
1) Are you a smoker? (If not don't continue)
2) What type of cigarettes would you consider your brand of choice?
3) How many packs do you smoke a week?
Thank you so much for your help!
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