Net Price Calculator
Suffolk University understands the need for families to make educated decisions about how to pay for college. That’s why we are committed to providing financial assistance on the basis of need and merit through federal, state, and institutional programs. Here’s how we have expressed that commitment in the past year alone:
- New Fall 2012 freshmen and transfer students received more than $38 million in financial aid in 2012-2013.
- Over half (57%) of that financial aid total came in the form of scholarships and grants, which do not need to be repaid.
- These students received more than $1.1 million in work awards, including federal work study.
- More than $30.3 million in aid was awarded to students in the Class of 2014.
- For Class of 2014 students who demonstrated need, the average award was $29,092.
Try our Net Price Calculator to see how your family can afford a Suffolk education.
Please note the Net Price Calculator is only an estimation of cost. Choosing a college is an investment in your student’s future, and cost doesn’t equal value.
A Suffolk education is valuable—we offer more than 70 undergraduate programs of study, and our small class sizes allow for more focused interaction between students and our world-class professors.
It’s easy to reach our downtown Boston location via the MBTA, so commuting to Suffolk for class, activities, or visiting friends remains an attainable, cost-saving option for many students. And, our central location provides access to outstanding internship and employment opportunities for students while enrolled at Suffolk and after they graduate.
To learn more, please give us a call, send us an email or schedule a campus visit. We’re here to help answer any questions you have about the admission and financial aid process at Suffolk University.