The sooner you pay your deposit, the sooner you'll be able to register for classes.
Students admitted to a graduate program in the College of Arts & Sciences or Sawyer Business School must submit a non-refundable tuition deposit by the date listed on your acceptance letter to reserve a place in the entering class. The non-refundable deposit is credited to the tuition bill at the time of registration.
To expedite processing, you are encouraged to pay your deposit online. However, if you are unable to use the online system, please mail a check or money order, made payable to Suffolk University and which lists your full name and Suffolk ID number, to the Office of Graduate Admission, 73 Tremont Street, 6th Floor, Boston, MA 02108.
Graduate Student Portal
Tuition & Financial Aid
If you have not yet applied for financial aid, check out information on financial aid and scholarships.
Health Insurance & Immunizations
Massachusetts state law requires immunization and health insurance for all full-time students and all international students. Detailed information can be found in the Health, Wellness, & Counseling's new student requirements.
The Off-Campus Housing Office (OCHO) provides advice and counseling on the housing process to students and parents. OCHO can assist you with finding appropriate living accommodations, finding roommates, and understanding the lease process. Contact the Off-Campus Housing Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-573-8647. Suffolk University does not provide on-campus housing for graduate students.
You will be hearing from your program director shortly with instructions on advising and registration, if you have not already.
Student I.D. Card
All College of Arts & Sciences and Sawyer Business School students may obtain ID cards at the Sawyer Building (8 Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108) security office, located on the second floor. To verify their status, students must present a copy of their registration and a valid picture ID. ID cards are available at all locations Monday through Sunday, 7am to 11pm, or call University Police at 617-573-8333. There is no charge for the ID card, but a replacement fee of $20 will be assessed for lost cards.