We believe a comprehensive Suffolk education should be as affordable as possible, regardless of economic circumstance, and Suffolk offers both need-based and merit-based financial aid. We will help you and your family estimate the cost of your Suffolk experience, determine your eligibility for financial aid, and find the best way to finance your education through scholarships, grants, loans, and work-study opportunities.
- We have one of the lowest private tuitions in the Boston Area
- We awarded over $35.5 million in aid for last year's incoming class alone
- Close to 75% of full-time Suffolk undergrad students qualified for student aid
- We automatically review applicants for merit-based scholarship consideration when you apply
- 94.7 % of our faculty hold PhD or other terminal degrees
- We maintain a 13:1 undergraduate student/faculty ratio
To learn more about the financial aid process at Suffolk, please visit our Office of Student Financial Services. If you are interested in need-based aid, complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) prior to the recommended filing dates. Our form code is 002218.