Grants & Scholarships
This $1,000 discount is available to Suffolk University graduates who enroll full-time in a SSOM graduate program. Discount is not available to Suffolk University employees who receive tuition remission or students receiving merit funding.
Requires full-time enrollment
Community Service Scholarship:
Suffolk is committed to encouraging and rewarding community service and this program is evidence of that commitment. A $3,000 scholarship will be awarded each year to a graduate student. Recipient will be selected by a committee on the basis of community service involvement and academic standing.
Requires separate application
J.W.S. Cox Scholarship:
This scholarship is awarded to students enrolled in the New England School of Art and Design at Suffolk University.
Graduate Management Part-time Scholarship:
This scholarship is awarded to entering part-time graduate students enrolled in the School of Management. Students with no or partial employer tuition remission benefits are encouraged to apply. Award amount is $3,000 per academic year and is non-renewable. Contact the Graduate Admission Office for application information
Geraldine F. Lavin Memorial Scholarship Fund:
This scholarship is awarded annually to a Suffolk University Cape Cod student enrolled in the Sawyer Business School whose life has been impacted by breast cancer.
Outside (Private) Scholarships
Numerous private scholarships are available through outside organizations and can be an invaluable source of assistance. Information on such scholarships is available on the internet, at your local library or the Higher Education Information Center at the Boston Public Library. You must report the receipt of any private award to the Office of Student Financial Services as your award package may be affected. If an outside award is received, it will be handled on a “case by case” basis and it will likely necessitate a reduction in other forms of funding previously awarded to you by the Office of Student Financial Services. Honors, Miller, Tuition Exchange and other full tuition awards are automatically reduced if funding not listed on the original award letter is received by the student.