We believe a Suffolk University education should be as wallet-friendly as possible, regardless of your economic circumstances. We’re proud to offer both need-based and merit-based financial aid. The University will help you and your family estimate the cost of your Suffolk experience; determine your eligibility for financial aid; and find the best way to finance your education through scholarships, grants, loans, and work-study opportunities. Just think:
We have one of the lowest private tuitions in the Boston area.
We awarded $130 million in financial aid to Suffolk students in 2016.
94% of incoming freshmen received financial aid.
We automatically consider applicants for merit-based scholarships.
To learn more about Suffolk’s financial process, please visit our Office of Student Financial Services.
All applicants are assigned a financial aid counselor to assist with each step of the financial aid process. You can find your counselor’s contact information here.
If you are interested in need-based aid, please complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) before the recommended filing dates. Please submit your FAFSA using our form code, 002218.