Veteran Students

Suffolk has specialized programs for military members and families, as well as academic initiatives, activities, and dedicated resources for veterans.

Along with all the military and veteran opportunities available, you’ll also have the boundless possibilities that come with learning and living in the heart of Boston at Suffolk University.

Now that you've been admitted to Suffolk, fill out the appropriate benefit form and submit to the VA. It may take six to eight weeks for a response. If you encounter any complications, please contact your veteran certifying official. When you receive your certificate of eligibility, submit it to your veteran certifying official.

Once you are cleared financially, you can register for classes.

Orientation

All undergraduate students need to attend Undergraduate Orientation. The majority of orientation sessions are held in June. If you cannot attend one of the June orientations, please contact your veteran certifying official and Orientation and New Student Programs.

For Student Veterans

Programs & Services

Learn more about the Yellow Ribbon program, planning tools, resources for veterans, and Suffolk programs for military members.

Educational Military Benefits

Helpful resources for additional government benefits and programs for veterans and military service members.

Around Suffolk

Learn more about tuition costs, military scholarships or benefits, and resources for veterans and military students.

Schools & Colleges

From business to biology to accounting, arts and law-explore Suffolk University colleges and programs to find what’s right for you.