Your Aid & Your Bill

We encourage students to develop a financial plan to ensure registration for classes and residence hall check-in happen smoothly. The Student Financial Assistance Office works closely with the Bursar’s Office to assist students with managing their tuition bill. Suffolk offers a variety of programs to make your financial obligations manageable.

After reviewing the information provided on preparing for your tuition bill and creating a financial plan, please contact the Office of Student Financial Services with any questions.

Get Ready for Your Bill

Students typically receive their tuition bills in early July for the upcoming Fall semester and in late November for the upcoming Spring term. Even if you have not yet received your tuition bill, you should get ready for its arrival. Follow these few easy steps to help you create a manageable financial plan.

Determine Your Direct Costs

While the cost of attendance outlines all expenses associated with your enrollment, Suffolk University will bill you only for your direct charges. Direct charges typically include tuition, fees, room & board if the student is living in a residence hall, and health insurance (if not waived).

To estimate your direct costs, undergraduate students should visit the tuition and fees page and Graduate students will find applicable tuition and fee information here. Please note: Graduate direct costs are listed per semester. If you plan to enroll for both the Fall and Spring semesters, it is best to plan for the entire academic year by considering the cost for both terms at once.

Most students will be automatically charged for the school provided health insurance plan to comply with Massachusetts state law requirements. If you have comparable insurance coverage, a