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Starting in Fall 2015, signing up for a Suffolk University Payment Plan (SUPP) is easy and can be done completely through your SU Pay account. Go to www.suffolk.edu/paymentplan for details and instruction.
Please note: If you have a credit balance (negative number) on your current balance, you do not need to make a payment.
This is the balance that is on your statement. The statement is a snapshot of your account on the day the bill is processed. If you make changes to your registration, or make payments, your statement balance will be different from your current account balance.
This is the most up to date, live account balance at the time of viewing. Your current balance may differ from your statement balance if you make changes to your registration, make payments, or have received a refund.
Term balance is what you owe for a particular term/semester. At all given times the total of the term balances will equal the current balance. Your account shows the last term you registered, the current term you are registered, and the future term you will be registered.
The Office of the Bursar has teamed up with peerTransfer to help international students make wire transfers. With peerTransfer, you are offered excellent foreign exchange rates, allowing you to pay in your home currency (in most cases) and save a significant amount of money, as compared to traditional banks.
Suffolk University offers monthly payment plans that enable you to spread tuition payments equally over a semester.
For the upcoming academic year 2015-2016 (starting Fall 2015 semester), payment plan options and details will be updated on this page as soon as they become available.
Please note: the deferred payment plan option has been discontinued.
|Summer 2015||Fall 2015||Spring 2016|
|Law||May 4||July 20||January 3|
|Undergrad||May 4||August 1||January 3|
|Graduate||May 4||August 1||January 3|
Students whose account is not paid/settled by the due date will risk getting deregistered from their semester registration. If you are a resident student, this means you might possibly lose on-campus housing.
All delinquent accounts could be reported to collections and be assessed additional collection fees.