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If you plan to apply for federal financial aid, please submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA.ed.gov). The Office of Financial Aid has sent award letters to students who have completed a FAFSA.
Need-based aid is awarded through the Office of Financial Aid. Suffolk Endowed or "Named" scholarships are funded by the gifts from alumni and friends of Suffolk University Law School. The funds are awarded each year to students who meet the donors' designated criteria, with annual awards in the range of $200-3,000. The determination of the award recipients are generally based on financial need and scholastic achievement. Students who wish to be considered for Suffolk Endowed and Named scholarships should complete the Suffolk Law Institutional Financial Aid Application in addition to FAFSA.
For more info on how to apply, visit our Financial Aid website. You should complete these forms as soon as possible.
You may use income estimates on both forms if you have not yet completed your 2014 income taxes. If you use estimates, you must later update the FAFSA form on-line using the IRS Data Retrieval Tool. If you file your taxes electronically, you must wait for the IRS to process them (generally two weeks) before attempting to use the Data Retrieval process.
Applicants to Suffolk Law School are automatically considered for merit-based scholarships. We will review your academic credentials and let you know soon if scholarship money has been awarded. All inquiries about scholarships must be in writing and sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
March 1 Suffolk Law's priority deadline for applying for financial aid.
April-May Deadline for submitting a seat deposit. The specific date will vary from year to year. The Admissions Office will notify admitted students of their deadline in their admission email.
Friday, April 10 2-7 p.m. Admitted Student Day More info and RSVP
June 4-6 Off-Campus Housing Open House More info
Saturday, June 6 (afternoon) Admitted Student Day
August 14 Transcript due to Law Admissions office
August 14 Certification of Disclosures (pdf) due to Law Admissions Office
August 30-31 Mandatory first-year orientation
September 1 First day of classes
To ensure your place in the entering class, remember that your $500 advance tuition deposit is due at the law school by the deadline stated in your admit letter. The tuition deposit is non-refundable. Deposit now.
The Suffolk Experience is a customized campus visit program for applicants and admitted students. Observe a class. Meet a professor or student. Sign up now.
Call or e-mail anytime, for any reason. Key phone numbers:
Law Admission, 617-573-8144
Alumni Affairs, 617-305-1999
Dean’s Office, 617-573-8155
Professional and Career Development, 617-573-8148
Financial Aid, 617-573-8147
Suffolk Law School is located at the hub of Boston's public transit system. To encourage use of public transportation, Suffolk University provides discounted transit passes. Stay tuned for applications for the Fall 2015 passes in May/June 2015. The deadline to sign up for fall passes will be in July 2015.
Please arrange for your undergraduate and graduate institutions to send us a copy of your official, final undergraduate transcript, which notes the degree received and the date it was awarded. Mail to Law Admissions Office, 120 Tremont St., Boston, MA 02108.
New students' Certification of Disclosures is due Aug. 14 to the Law Admissions Office. Failure to submit this certificate will jeopardize your status as a student.