The National Center for
Suburban Studies at Hofstra University®
Advancing the goals of suburban sustainability, social equity, and economic development.
Social and Environmental Sustainability
Responds to the imperative of integrating environmental stewardship with measures that maintain the long-term vitality of diverse suburban communities.
The Hofstra Suburban Oral History Project (Phase 1: Black Suburbia; Phase 2: Latino Oral History Project) is dedicated to sharing and preserving the stories of Long Islanders who have been left out of most narratives.
Celebration of Suburban Diversity
Join us for this annual event as we raise funds for diversity-related research and scholarships. This event is dedicated to the ideal that we can be stronger for our differences if we come together to appreciate them.
About the Center
The National Center for Suburban Studies at Hofstra University® is a nonpartisan research institution dedicated to promoting the study of suburbia's problems, as well as its promise. The goal of the center is to identify, analyze, and solve the problems of suburbia, especially in areas of sustainability, social equity, and economic development.