Apply for Financial Aid
Submit your enrollment deposit
Once you receive your acceptance letter, return the enrollment response form (included with your admit letter) as soon as possible to reserve your spot. The deadline is May 1 (for the fall semester), but the sooner we receive your deposit, the higher your priority for class pre-registration and housing preferences. Confirmation Deposit payment methods.
Your deposit will be credited toward your first semester tuition and is refundable if we receive written notification prior to the cut-off date for refunds.
Submit final transcripts
High school seniors should make arrangements to have their final high school transcripts sent to Suffolk University upon graduation. It is imperative that we receive your final transcript before the start of the semester, otherwise your financial aid award may not be distributed and you may not be allowed to enroll in classes. Final transcripts can be sent to our Suffolk’s Admission Office in Boston or Madrid. Contact Admissions.
Transfer students should arrange to have official transcripts for all courses taken through the semester prior to your start at Suffolk University. For any courses you are currently taking, transcripts should be sent as soon as they become available. Proof of high school graduation or equivalency also needs to be sent to the Undergraduate Admission office before the start of classes, as this would affect your enrollment and financial aid distribution.
Pre-register for classes
After you deposit, the Registrar’s Office in Madrid will contact you with a preliminary course selection, taking into account your intended major. You may discuss any changes you wish to make to your schedule; before you arrive to Madrid, you will know what your class schedule will be. For more information you may e-mail the Madrid Registrar’s Office.
Pay tuition bill
Tuition and fees need to be paid by the corresponding deadline. Avoid getting de-registered from classes by making sure your payment is received. If you have any questions about amounts due or payment methods, see Payment Methods for Tuition & Fees.
Fly to Madrid
Check out the fall and spring academic calendars for semester arrival dates. Once you know your flight details, you should fill out the airport arrival form to request airport pick-up. If we do not receive your flight details, we won’t be able to plan for you on the shuttle.
Airport pick up is available from 7:00 am to 2:00 pm on the designated arrival day. Remember, flights from the US to Europe usually leave in the evening, and arrive into Europe on the next morning. Therefore, your departure day from the US will probably be the day before our arrival day. We’ll have staff and student ambassadors at the Madrid airport to welcome you, shuttle you to campus and then accompany you to your housing assignment.
There is more to Suffolk Madrid than classes. Fun activities are going on each week. See some of the extra-curricular activities such as movie night, bike tours around the city, hiking in the mountains, intercambios (language exchanges), volunteering, museum visits, flamenco show, bull fight, and so much more!
In addition to the welcome trip, there are three other weekend excursions offered each semester. One of these excursions is already included in your comprehensive tuition and fee package. Check out our Excursions page.
Suffolk Madrid has a partnership with a prestigious local Spanish university, Universidad CEU San Pablo , in which our students can participate in their cultural activities, utilize facilities (library, cafeteria, gym and sport facilities), and even take an academic class. And the best part is, they are across the street from Suffolk Madrid!