Residential Computing Services (RCS) serves in-room connections and computer labs at the 150 Tremont Street, 10 Somerset Street and 10 West Street residence halls. We will assist you in removing viruses/malware as well as resolving network connectivity issues.

Network Access Guidelines

See instructions for connecting to the University’s wireless network. Please note:

  • Gaming systems, Apple TV, or similar devices must be connected to the Suffolk network via an Ethernet cable. Connecting these devices to the wireless network is not allowed.
  • Wireless printers are not allowed in the residence halls

In addition, computers connected to the Suffolk network must have up-to-date antivirus protection. Suffolk offers Symantec Endpoint Protection free of charge to Suffolk students. You can download this antivirus software via MySuffolk, in the Resources > Technology section.

Work For Us

RCS is looking for work-study Residential Computing Assistants (RCAs) to help resident students set up their computers, connect to the Internet, remove viruses and spyware, and troubleshoot network problems.

If you like working with people and with computers, here’s an excellent way to combine your customer service skills and your technical know-how.

We are seeking the following qualifications:

  • Proficient at organization and time management
  • Self-motivated (good at working independently)
  • Professional, customer-service attitude
  • Basic troubleshooting and computer skills (both Mac and Windows)

Benefits include:

  • Flexible hours
  • Move in early to your room if you live in a residence hall
  • Gain hands-on experience in computer networking

If you are interested, please send us your resume or a detailed description of why you feel you would be qualified:

Residential Computing Services
150 Tremont Street
Boston, MA. 02111
rcs@suffolk.edu