Graduate Students

Suffolk University is pleased to offer both merit and need based financial aid to graduate students.

FAFSA

The Department of Education launched the 2024-25 FAFSA form and the FAFSA is now consistently available to be completed. While Suffolk University had been anticipating access to completed FAFSA data in late January, the Department of Education recently announced FAFSA data will be delayed for all colleges and universities until March.

Suffolk University remains committed to providing an affordable education to our students. While the 2024-25 FAFSA is delayed, we strongly encourage all eligible students to complete the FAFSA as soon as possible. As soon as we are able to access 2024-25 data, Suffolk will begin the review of financial aid eligibility for students who plan to enroll for the upcoming academic year.

As always, if you need assistance you can contact the Office of Student Financial Services.

See the 2024 - 2025 changes

Suffolk University is pleased to offer both merit and need based financial aid to graduate students.

You should begin by understanding the costs associated with your graduate degree and the variety of financial aid programs available to students.

Your Financial Aid Counselor

To help you manage the financial aid process, each financial aid applicant is assigned a specific counselor with the Student Financial Services Office. Applicants are assigned to an administrator based on the first letter of the applicant's last name.

For questions or to schedule an appointment with your counselor, please call us at 617-573-8488.