My son is going to be a sophomore at Suffolk this fall. He wasn't thrilled about going there, but the scholarship he got was too good to pass up! He went in the fall in the honors govt, politics and the law track.
He ended up in the honors program and switched his major to Asian History after taking a Japanese history course just for fun. He takes a lot of honors and upper level classes. He ended up loving it at Suffolk, and doesn't want to transfer after all. Most of his classes have under 15 students. This fall one of his Chinese History Classes has 3 students in it. He's also taking Chinese and Japanese languages.
He met a group of friends living in the dorm the first year, and is now moving into an apartment on Beacon Hill, with a roommate.
All his professors have been ivy league graduates and he feels like he's getting a great education. He stayed after his classes to talk with professors for up to an hour several times a week. He says they are VERY caring.
It has been a very good experience for him so far, it does help that he found his passion with Asian history and enjoys his classes and professors.
If there is anything else specific you would like to know about Suffolk, I'll ask him for you.