Visiting Another School/Study Abroad
Suffolk Law students studying at (“visiting”) another school may be eligible for federal student financial aid programs while they are enrolled at another institution. Law student must be enrolled at least half-time as determined by the host institution. Please note that Student Financial Services requires students visiting another school to submit the following additional information prior to receiving a financial aid award:
Completed Consortium Agreement (available at the Student Financial Services Office) -
- Completed and signed by Suffolk University Law School Dean of Students, and then
- Sent to host/visiting institution. The host institution will complete and return the form to this office.
Suffolk Law students visiting another institution who are not charged tuition by Suffolk University will not be eligible to retain their institutional scholarship funds during the semester abroad.