Become a Double Ram
Staying at Suffolk University to pursue a graduate degree helps you go farther in your career, faster.
- You can earn an advanced degree in as few as 9-12 months
- You may qualify to waive the GRE/GMAT and certain courses, and your application fee will be waived
- With a graduate degree, you can increase your salary potential by an average of 20%*
*According to U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
Alumni Scholarship Increases
Suffolk is strengthening our commitment to helping alumni advance their studies by increasing our alumni scholarship amounts by $2,500. Now, alumni enrolling in a College of Arts & Sciences graduate program can qualify for awards of up to $10,000, while alumni enrolling in a Sawyer Business School graduate program can receive up to $12,500 in awards. These new amounts apply to full-time, on-campus students.
Students admitted to a Suffolk University graduate degree program are also automatically considered for our generous merit scholarship programs based on undergraduate academic achievement, which could result in a larger scholarship offer. In addition, for students studying part time, alumni awards are available - $3,750 for College of Arts & Sciences programs and $4,000 for Sawyer Business School programs. Alumni enrolling in Sawyer Business School online graduate degree and certificate programs are eligible for a 10% tuition discount. With a graduate degree from Suffolk, you can start your career and your earning potential ahead of the competition. Schedule a meeting with a graduate admission counselor or contact the Office of Graduate Admission to learn the details.
Maggie Randall started her career in public service ahead of the curve, earning a MA in Applied Politics in only nine months, right after finishing her bachelor’s degree. See how she went from Suffolk to the State House.
Victoria Oliveira got hooked on research as a sociology undergrad. Now in the crime and justice studies graduate program, she's using her analytical skills to help tackle one of society's biggest problems – systemic racism and inequality.
Office of Graduate Admission
73 Tremont Street, 6th Floor
Boston, MA 02108