|Spring Admission & Financial Aid||December 1 (November 1 for Madrid Campus)|
|Early Action Fall Admission||November 15|
|Fall Admission (Priority)||February 15 (We will continue to accept applications on a rolling basis after this date)|
|Priority Fall Financial Aid||March 1|
The FAFSA is required to be considered for need-based financial aid.
- Common Application or Suffolk Application
- Application Fee or Fee Waiver (Application Fee is waived for those that come for a campus visit)
- Essay/personal statement
- Official high school transcript or GED/HiSET results
- SAT or ACT scores (non-native English speakers may submit a TOEFL/IELTS instead of SAT/ACT). Students can self-report SAT or ACT results during the application process.
- Letter of recommendation
Learn more about our admission guidelines and Freshman Admission Standards.
Home-schooled applicants are required to submit all of the application materials required for freshman applicants, including standardized test scores, a personal statement, and a transcript. It is understood that the transcript of a home-schooled student may be different from that of a traditional high school student. Regardless of the format, a transcript should include all 9th to 12th grade courses (including those in progress) and the timeframe of each course (academic year and semester). In addition, an assessment of performance (a letter grade, percentage, narrative assessment, etc.) is needed. Occasionally applicants are asked to submit additional information describing the curriculum and/or texts used.
Home-schooled students who are admitted and enroll at Suffolk are required to provide the university with proof of graduation in one of the three following ways:
- An official final transcript from the local school district
- An official final transcript from a home school association or agency
- An official GED/HiSET score report
Home-schooled students who have completed AP exams and/or college coursework must request that those official score reports and transcripts be sent directly to the Admissions Office.
Students are automatically considered for Suffolk University's Honors Program at the time of admission.
Students are automatically considered for merit scholarship funding when applying to Suffolk.
Our Student Financial Services office can help you and your family understand options for paying for school with the FAFSA (“Free Application for Federal Student Aid”), merit- or need-based aid, and numerous scholarship and grant opportunities.