Wherever your Suffolk degree takes you, remember to take advantage of your Alumni Association benefits.

  • Email Forwarding

    Email forwarding forwards email messages to you, at any location, as long as you keep us updated with your new email address. It is available and free to all Suffolk alumni.

    You can select a permanent Suffolk alumni email address (such as a.b.smith@alumni.suffolk.edu). This will be the address you can give classmates, friends and relatives. When you change Internet service providers or jobs and get a new email address, you only have to let us know.

    Email forwarding requires that you have your own email account with an ISP through your work, or a free account. (Some providers of free email accounts are Gmail,Yahoo and Hotmail). Email Forwarding sends email to -- but does not supply -- your own email account.

    First time users: Register for the On-line Alumni Community and follow the instructions for registered users below.

    Registered users: Sign into the Online Community. Once you are logged in choose the "Email Forwarding" tab on the left column under the Online Community. First create the email name you wish to use in front of @alumni.suffolk.edu. Next choose the forwarding address you wish your emails to be sent to (ie Gmail, Yahoo, AOL etc.) It is recommended you test your email forward to be sure it is being sent to your preferred email account. (Please note you may be required to add the email forward address through your service provider for it to be activated). Lastly, click "Submit" at the bottom of the page.

    Students and New Graduates: For seniors and new graduates, email forwarding does not replace your student Suffolk email address, which usually closes after graduation. After the termination date, emails sent to your student account will bounce back to the sender. An alumni email forwarding address does not fix this.  

    If you have any questions please contact Emma O'Leary at eoleary@suffolk.edu

  • Graduate School Scholarships

    Alumni Scholarship (CAS) Awards are available to Suffolk undergraduate alumni who enroll in a CAS graduate program. For students entering Suffolk in the Fall 2014 semester, awards will range from $3750 to $7500. Recipients who are selected for another form of institutional aid will have this award adjusted, and individuals receiving certain other types of funding (e.g. Employee Tuition Remission, Federal Military Benefits, Outside Scholarships, etc.) may be ineligible for this award.

    Alumni Scholarship  (SBS) Awards are available to Suffolk undergraduate alumni who enroll in a SBS graduate program. For students entering Suffolk in the Fall 2014 semester, awards will range from $4000 to $10,000. Recipients are not eligible to receive any other form of University scholarship, and individuals receiving certain other types of funding (e.g. Employee Tuition Remission, Federal Military Benefits, Outside Scholarships, etc.) may be ineligible for this award.

    Visit the Office of Graduate Admission for details on applying to a Suffolk graduate program. 

  • Lifelong Learning Programs

    Fun, networking, learning and (sometimes) CEUs all in one. We provide many Lifelong Learning Events that allow you to keep pursuing your educational interests and continue learning from Suffolk's faculty even after you have your degree.

  • Career Services and Support

    Alumni Career Services provides career management assistance to all Suffolk alumni. From powerful online tools like http://suffolk.careershift.com to individual career counseling, videos, webinars, seminars, and events at which alumni can network and Alumni Career Services can help graduates of all ages and stages within their careers. For more information click one of the following links for Alumni Career Services.

     

     

     

  • Social Media Networking

    Stay in touch with Suffolk online. Connect with the university and thousands of fellow alumni on Twitter, Instagram,  and Facebook.