Information for Accepted Grad Students

Graduate school is a wise investment. You’ll gain so much from your Suffolk degree: career advancement, in-demand skills, and enhanced knowledge of your chosen field. We’re invested in your academic and professional success, too.

That’s why Suffolk will work with you to help estimate your cost; determine your eligibility for financial aid; and find the best way to finance your graduate studies through scholarships, grants, loans, and fellowship opportunities.

You even have a dedicated financial aid counselor waiting to partner with you!

First letter of your last name: A-J
Counselor: Dianne Goguen

First letter of your last name: K–Z
Counselor: Shannon Boutin

The moment you applied to Suffolk, you were automatically considered for merit aid. If you are interested in federal loans, please complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) before the recommended filing dates. Our school code is 002218

To learn more about our financial aid process, please visit our Office of Student Financial Services.