Graduate Tuition & Aid

Suffolk University strives to make graduate school financially possible for every qualified applicant. Whether you plan to pursue a graduate degree or certificate, your financial aid counselor can provide financing options to help you achieve your goals.

Explore Tuition & Costs

View graduate tuition and fees for Sawyer Business School and College of Arts & Sciences programs. Note: Summer 2024 courses are charged at the 2023-24 program per credit rate.

2024-25 Graduate Tuition Rates      Cost of Attendance


File Your FAFSA

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File your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form as soon as possible. Aid options for graduate students may include grants as well as student loans to help finance your education. Learn about changes and the latest timeline for the 2024-2025 FAFSA.

Suffolk University’s FAFSA School Code: 002218

Submit Your FAFSA


Discover Financial Aid Resources

Every financial aid applicant is assigned a dedicated financial aid counselor. Your counselor can help you estimate the cost of your education, determine aid eligibility, and provide options to finance your education.

Contact Your Financial Aid Counselor

Types of Aid

Suffolk offers many options to help finance your graduate education, including scholarships and grants, loans, student employment, veterans’ benefits, and more.

Types of Aid

Dates & Deadlines

Check this page for important dates and deadlines for applying for financial aid and graduate admission at Suffolk University.

Important Deadlines

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Eligible students should complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) each year to apply for federal loan funding. Suffolk University’s Federal School Code is 002218.

International students are automatically considered for merit funding by the Office of Admission at the time of admission to the university. Although international students are not eligible to apply for federal loan funding through FAFSA, international students can apply for a private, credit-based loan with a U.S. co-signer.

Sawyer Business School (SBS) Graduate Fellowship funding is renewable for up to 4 semesters of full-time enrollment (5 semesters for dual-degree seeking students) as long as Satisfactory Academic Progress is maintained. Fellowship funding is only available for the fall and spring terms; fellowship funding cannot be used for summer enrollment.

Each graduate program offered at Suffolk University has a unique tuition rate. Please visit the Student Account Services Tuition & Fees page to find your program’s tuition rate. Your Cost of Attendance (COA) is an estimate of costs associated with your enrollment for the academic year. COA includes both direct and indirect costs. Direct costs, which are billed by the University, include tuition and fees. Indirect costs, which are not billed by the University, include housing, transportation, books, etc. Be sure to consider all costs, both direct and indirect, when making your financial plan for the academic year.

Student Resources

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Career Center

Suffolk’s Career Center connects students with internship and job opportunities.

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Graduate Fellowships

Fellowships and assistantships are available for Suffolk graduate students.

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Graduate Admission

Explore graduate admission and learn more about applying to Suffolk.


Contact Admission

The Office of Graduate Admission is ready to support you in this pivotal next chapter. Connect with our staff in person or virtually to discuss your goals in pursuing a graduate degree and the next steps needed to make it happen.

Email: [email protected]
Phone: 617-573-8302

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