Financial aid applicants will receive automatic consideration for awards listed below, unless otherwise noted.
Alumni Scholarship(CAS) - Awards are available to Suffolk almuni who enroll in a CAS graduate program. For students entering Suffolk in the Fall 2014 semester, awards will range from $3750 to $7500. Recipients who are selected for another form of institutional aid will have this award adjusted.
Alumni Scholarship (SBS) – Awards are available to Suffolk alumni who enroll in a SBS graduate program Recipients are not eligible to receive any other form of University scholarship. For students entering Suffolk in the Fall 2014 semester, awards will range from $4000 to $10,000.
William Brennan Scholarship: This scholarship is awarded to a student with financial need who is enrolled in the MPA program.
CAS Graduate Grant – This grant program awards funds to CAS graduate students on the basis of merit and range from $1500 to $12,000. The grant is renewable for up to 4 full-time semesters or 8 part-time semesters.
Community Service Scholarship – Suffolk is committed to encouraging and rewarding community service and this program is evidence of that commitment. A $3,000 scholarship will be awarded each year to a graduate student. The recipient will be selected by a committee on the basis of community service involvement and academic standing. This scholarship requires a separate application.
Executive MBA Grant – This program is awarded to students enrolled in the Executive MBA program. Recipients are selected based on merit and amounts range from $9000 to $18000 for the length of the program
J.W.S. Cox Scholarship – This scholarship is awarded to students enrolled in the New England School of Art and Design at Suffolk University.
Gene I. Lee, EMBA ’96 Term Scholarship: This scholarship is awarded to a student with financial need who is enrolled in the EMBA program.
Geraldine F. Lavin Memorial Scholarship Fund - This scholarship is awarded annually to a Suffolk University Cape Cod student enrolled in the Sawyer Business School whose life has been impacted by breast cancer. This award requires a separate application which can be found at http://www.geraldinelavinscholarship.org/.
Popeleski Scholarship: This scholarship is awarded to a full time MBA student with financial need. Priority is given to New York residents.
Psychology PHD Grant –Funds are awarded to students enrolled in the Psychology PHD program. Students are eligible for a grant for half of tuition costs for up to 3 years of full time study (72 credits).
Torrey Scholarship: This scholarship is awarded to a student with financial need who is enrolled in the Master’s of Education program.