Student Financial Assistance

Under Title IV, institutions participating in federal financial aid programs must disclose specified information to all prospective students, applicants, current students, and employees.

Notice of Availability of Aid

Suffolk University offers a broad range of financial aid programs for undergraduate, graduate, and law students who study here.

Distribution of Aid

Suffolk University’s Financial Aid Programs brochure explains the methods by which financial aid is distributed among Suffolk University students.

Means & Requirements

Prospective and current students can apply for financial aid in Suffolk University’s Undergraduate, Graduate, and Law School programs. Prospective and current students should be aware of the recommended filing dates for the Undergraduate, Graduate, and Law School programs.

Rights & Responsibilities

Undergraduate, Graduate, and Law School students receiving financial aid should be aware of their rights and responsibilities.

Terms and Conditions of Loans

Undergraduate students at Suffolk University may be eligible to receive loans under the Federal Direct Stafford Loan Program, the Federal Direct Parent PLUS Loan Program and the Federal Perkins Loan Program.

Graduate students at Suffolk University may be eligible to receive loans through the Federal Direct Unsubsidized Stafford Loan Program and the Graduate PLUS Loan Program.

Law School students at Suffolk University may be eligible to receive loans through the Federal Direct Stafford Loan Program, the Federal Direct PLUS Loan Program, and the Federal Perkins Loan Program.

Financial Aid Contact Information

Employees are available in Student Financial Services and Law School Financial Aid to assist students and prospective students who are seeking the information set forth on this page, or other information regarding Suffolk University.

Satisfactory Academic Progress

Federal regulations require that students be making satisfactory academic progress in their program of study in order to remain eligible for financial aid. Satisfactory Academic Progress is evaluated for Undergraduate, Graduate, and Law School programs.

Study Abroad may Constitute Enrollment for Aid Purposes

For purposes of applying for federal financial assistance, enrollment in a study abroad program that has been approved for credit by Suffolk University may be considered enrollment at Suffolk University. Students considering study abroad should consider the financial aid implications of that decision.