You are a transfer applicant if you have been enrolled in college or university courses after completing your secondary education. In reviewing transfer applications, we consider your academic profile as well as your personal statement and extracurricular involvement. Admitted transfer students are automatically considered for the Honors Program and merit scholarships.
Transfer applicants can apply to Suffolk via the Common Application, apply through Suffolk's portal, or download the Common Application [PDF]. You'll also need to have your:
- Official college/university transcript(s) from all schools attended
- Application fee waived when you visit in person or virtually.
- Essay/Personal statement
To be considered official, these documents must be sent directly from the institution. We will accept these if they are delivered in any of the following ways:
- Secured electronic delivery via Clearinghouse, EScript, or Parchment directly from the institution’s Record’s Office or Registrar sent to email@example.com
- School sealed envelope postal mail sent from the institution to:
73 Tremont Street
Boston, MA 02108
- If delivered in person to the Undergraduate Admission Office (73 Tremont Street, Boston, MA) must be in an unopened, school-sealed envelope.
For those with less than 12 earned transferrable credits, a final high school transcript and standardized test scores are also required. For more information, view All Deadlines & Requirements.
Students who are transferring must do so with an adherence to the specific deadlines laid out below.
|Spring Transfer Admission & Financial Aid
|Fall Priority Transfer Admission
|Fall Priority Transfer Financial Aid
*Applications will continue to be accepted on a space available basis.
Transfer On-the-Spot Decisions
Students who want to transfer in an expedited manner can come to Suffolk University and receive an on-the-spot decision. Learn more about how to transfer on-the-spot.
More Information for Transfer Students.