Admitted Students

Apply for Financial Aid, If You Haven’t Already

If you're applying for aid, fill out the FAFSA form as soon as possible.

Connect with Your Financial Aid Counselor

You’ll be assigned a dedicated Student Financial Services counselor based on the first letter of your last name. Find your counselor’s contact information below.

Undergraduate Students

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

Get to Know Your Options

Take charge of your future financial aid award thanks to our wide range of opportunities. From our GPA-based Tuition Promise program to stipends for non-paying summer internships and campus employment positions as Trustees Ambassadors, resident assistants, teaching assistants, and more, you’ve got a lot to look forward to.

Suffolk is Committed to Making Education Affordable

We believe a quality education should be available to every student, so we offer a broad range of financial aid solutions including scholarships and grantsloans, and work-study opportunities, including both merit- and need-based aid to eligible students. 

  • We automatically consider applicants for merit-based scholarships, which can be found in your acceptance letter
  • Need-based aid is awarded in the weeks following your merit-based award. To apply for need-based aid, make sure to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) before the recommended filing dates using our school code, 002218
  • Last year, our average financial aid award was $25,313
  • Overall, Suffolk granted $89 million in undergraduate financial aid to our students last year
  • We proudly offer a $1,000 scholarship specifically for qualified incoming first-generation students enrolling in college for the first time. This award is in addition to any other merit- or need-based aid received
  • Internships are an integral part to students' growth and future careers! That's why the Center for Career Equity, Development & Success now offers stipends of up to $3500 to support students participating in non-paying summer internships

A Suffolk Education is Worth it

Suffolk has been recognized for our commitment to making education affordable for our students through financial aid awards and:

  • The New York Times ranked us among the top 25 percent of national higher education institutions when it comes to moving students from the bottom 40 percent of the income bracket to the top 40 percent
  • Washington Monthly magazine named us among the top 200 universities nationwide that welcome and retain students from low-income brackets and from historically underrepresented backgrounds

For more information, you can visit the Student Financial Services page, where you can also schedule an appointment with your counselor.