Admission for Veterans

Military students and families are fully supported by Suffolk's admission staff. Learn what steps to take to apply to an undergraduate, graduate, or law program at Suffolk.

Please know military experience is highly valued, and included in the overall consideration of your application at the time of review.

Undergraduate Required Materials

Undergraduate applicants who have completed military courses should have an official Joint Service Transcript (JST) sent to Suffolk University for review by the Office of Undergraduate Admission.

Transfer credit will be considered for courses which have American Council on Education (ACE) credit recommendations and will apply to the curriculum at Suffolk. If you are approved for credit, a transfer credit evaluation will be sent to you.

If you have questions about the undergraduate admission or financial aid process, please contact the Suffolk University Office of Undergraduate Admission.

Graduate Required Materials

Graduate program applicants who have completed military coursework should have official transcripts sent to the Suffolk University Office of Graduate Admission. These documents will be used in our admission decision as well as for consideration of any possible course waivers, as applicable, for courses which have ACE credit recommendations.

Law School Required Materials

Under American Bar Association Standards, students may only receive law school course credit for course work completed as a law student.