Become a Double Ram

Becoming a Double Ram is a great way to advance your studies and career options. Suffolk helps make it affordable with special scholarship awards for our undergraduate alumni—up to $12,500!

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 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. 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.

Read Maggie's story.

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.

Read Victoria's story

Contact Us

Office of Graduate Admission
73 Tremont Street, 6th Floor
Boston, MA 02108

Phone: 617-573-8302
Fax: 617-305-1733