Personal Enrichment Program
In addition, seniors can enroll in CAS graduate courses, with instructor’s permission in the Communication, Political Science, Crime and Justice, and Administration of Higher Education programs; as well as all SBS graduate courses with the exception of online courses.
The courses must be taken at the Boston campus, and excludes online course offerings. Suffolk University extends this benefit to the community in order to support individuals who seek lifelong learning.
New PEP Students
To apply to the PEP for the first time, please complete the application by filling out the required form. You will be admitted as a non-degree seeking Continuing and Professional Studies (CAPS) student, and take your courses on an AUDITING basis.
There is no application fee.
You will also need to mail us a photocopy of a document providing proof of age (e.g., driver’s license or passport) at:
Office of Undergraduate Admission
73 Tremont, 6th Floor
Boston, MA 02108
To register for courses, start by checking our master course schedule.
Please note the registration dates below. You will not be able to register until after these dates.
For the Fall semester, registration is open from April 15. For the Spring and Summer semesters, registration is open from December 15.
PEP students may only attend courses for which they register and enroll for the current semester.
Please note that registration is on a space-available basis.
Suffolk University reserves the right to not admit an individual into this program; to restrict access to any individual course; and to rescind the right to participate in the program at any time.
After acceptance into the PEP, you will need to get your Suffolk ID card.