Student Financial Services

Learn more about scholarship programs, how to apply, and aid options.

A college education is one of the biggest investments you'll ever make in yourself or your future. And we're committed to making that investment as affordable as possible, with expert guidance and a range of financial assistance to fit your specific circumstances.

We're Here for You

From May 24-August 8, we will be open for in-person, phone, and email service Monday-Thursday, 8:15 am-5:45 pm. We will be closed on Fridays.

We are practicing social distancing to keep our community safe and healthy.

If you need to submit a document to Student Financial Services, we offer a drop box located outside the Ram Center on the 6th floor of 73 Tremont which is monitored daily by staff.

We are also available via email or phone (617-573-8488). Staff are also happy to schedule individual meetings via Zoom. If you would like to schedule an appointment with your counselor, please contact him/her via email to arrange a time.

In-person services for financial aid are available at the Ram Center. To ensure we can maintain social distancing practices within the Ram Center, we invite you to reserve a time slot for in-person service online.

Higher Education Emergency Grant for Students

As of May 20, 2021, Suffolk University has been granted an additional $6,552,341 to award as Higher Education Emergency Grants (HEERF III) to students. We are in the process of developing a plan to provide these funds to eligible students. Please visit this website for updates later this summer.

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Financial Aid at Suffolk University

$129 Million in aid awarded to undergraduate students
94% of new undergraduate students receive Suffolk University scholarships
$5,000 - $22,000 Undergraduate merit scholarship range
   
$6.7 Million in Suffolk University graduate financial aid awarded
$3000-$23,000 Graduate merit award range
   
$21 Million in Suffolk University Law school scholarships awarded
$5,000-full tuition Law School merit scholarship range

The Office of Student Financial Services can help you estimate the cost of your education. determine your eligibility for aid, and find the best way to finance your education. We can counsel you on all aspects of financial aid—from applying as a prospective student to preparing for graduation.

Contact Us

Office Location: 6th floor, 73 Tremont Street
Mailing Address: 8 Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108
617-573-8488

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