SU Pay - Billing & Payment Gateway

Suffolk University's payment site - SU Pay - allows you to view real time student accounts, tuition statements, make online payments, and set up payment plans.

SU Pay Login

Instructions for adding an Authorized User

In order to be compliant with FERPA privacy regulations, only students or their authorized users are able to view the student account and make a payment. Parents, guardians, or bill payers must be set up as Authorized Users by the student in order to view this information.

To be set up as an Authorized User

  1. Students must log into their SU Pay account through the MySuffolk portal and view their student account.
  2. Select My Finances tab then select SU Pay.
  3. Enter the email address and name for the Authorized User. An email will be sent with the username and password.
  4. Once set up by the student, Authorized Users can view online statements and are able to make online payments with a credit card or e-check on behalf of the student. 

SU Pay Instructions

SU Pay Instructions [PDF] provide you with a step by step visual for accessing, setting up, and understanding your SU Pay account. 

On SU Pay you can pay via:

ACH (online Checking/Savings)*< No Fee
Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover 2.85% convenience fee added

*If you wish to use a credit card check which you have received through the mail, you must mail the check to the Office of the Bursar for processing

FERPA

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) was enacted to give students access to their education records and to protect their privacy. Unless a student is legally dependent, the University is prohibited by FERPA from releasing student account information to a parent or guardian or other unauthorized third party without the student's consent.

Delinquent Accounts   

Students whose account is not paid/settled by the due date will be charged a $70 late payment fee and will risk getting de-registered from their semester registration. If you are a resident student, this means you might possibly lose University-sponsored housing.

All delinquent accounts could be reported to collections and be assessed additional collection fees. 

Billing Rights Summary

If you believe your bill is incorrect, or if you would like more information about a transaction on your bill, it has to be requested in writing. Our mailing address is:

Suffolk University
Office of the Bursar
8 Ashburton Place
Boston, MA 02108

If requesting via email, please make sure to use your Suffolk email address when making the request. Our email address is bursar@suffolk.edu.

You must contact the Bursar’s Office within 60 days of receipt of the bill on which the item of concern first appeared. Please include in your letter:

  • Your name, the student's name and student ID number.
  • The dollar amount of the suspected error.
  • A description of the error and an explanation, if possible, of what you believe is the basis for the error. You do not have to pay the amount in question while the Bursar’s Office investigates the matter, but you are obligated to pay the portion of your bill that is not in question.

To request a copy of a past semester bill, contact the Office of the Bursar directly.