Student accounts that are not covered by financial aid or a monthly payment plan will be subject to additional fees. A financial hold will be added to accounts who have an unresolved balance after the due date has passed. Students will not be allowed to register for a future semester, receive grades, transcripts, or diplomas until the balance on their student account is paid in full. The University will report students with delinquent accounts to a collection agency and the student will be responsible for all collection and attorney fees associated with efforts to collect on monies owed. 

Prior to any future registrations, Suffolk University reserves the right to require payment in full regarding previously delinquent accounts.

Tuition Accounts

When a student leaves or withdraws from Suffolk University with an unpaid balance, the account becomes delinquent. Suffolk performs in house pre-collection outreach prior to assigning accounts to a collection agency.

Former students who have unpaid delinquent balances are not eligible to re-enroll or receive academic transcripts until their balances, including all fees, if applicable, are paid in full.

After a student leaves or withdraws from Suffolk with an unpaid balance, Suffolk will send the student a billing statement for the entire debt. Students are given three months to pay the balance. If the debt is still unpaid after this time, the account may be assigned to a collection agency for further action, up to and including litigation.

Suffolk University utilizes the following collection agencies:

Glenn Associates, Inc.

General Revenue Corporation

PO Box 2407

Woburn, MA 01888

800-888-5845

11501 Northlake Drive

Cincinnati, OH 45249

800-234-1472

Once an account is referred to a collection agency, the student is responsible for the delinquent tuition balance, institutional fees, all collection and attorney fees, if applicable. After a matter is referred to a collection agency, all questions about repayment options should be directed to the collection agency controlling the account, not Suffolk University.

Perkins & Institutional Loans

Please refer to the Terms and Conditions section of the Master Promissory Note to understand your rights and responsibilities. Late payments are subject to late fees and will be reported to the national credit bureaus.

Suffolk University utilizes the following collection agencies:

Glenn Associates, Inc.  General Revenue Corporation  Regional Adjustment Bureau 

PO Box 2407

Woburn, MA 01888

800-888-5845 

 

11501 Northlake Drive

Cincinnati, OH 45249

800-234-1472

 

1900 Charles Bryan, Suite 110

Cordova, TN 38016

800-829-0250

 

 

 

Stafford & PLUS Loans

Please contact the Office of Student Financial Services at (617) 573-8470, or the Law Financial Aid Office at (617) 573-8147.