MET Undergraduate Students

MET Undergraduate Degree Programs

Eligible degree programs include: Art History, Biology, Biomedical Laboratory and Clinical Science, Computer Science, Criminal Justice, Economics, English, History, Interdisciplinary Studies, Management Studies (Business Administration, Information Systems), Mathematics, Philosophy, Psychology, Sociology, and Urban Affairs.

Types of Aid

Contingent on the availability of funds at the time complete application is filed.

  • Federal grants and loans
  • State grants and loans
  • Boston University grants (must be enrolled more than 12 credits per semester)

How to Apply

Complete the Free Application for Federal student Aid (FAFSA) and notify BU Financial Assistance of your intended enrollment for each session of the academic year on the Metropolitan College Application for Financial Assistance form. Also, complete the CSS/Financial Aid PROFILE if you will be enrolling more than 12 credits per semester and wish to be considered for BU grant.

Eligibility Criteria

You must demonstrate financial eligibility, be enrolled in the degree program, and meet particular aid program and enrollment level requirements which include, but are not limited to:

  • Federal Pell Grant: at least 4 credits
  • Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant: at least 6 credits
  • Federal Perkins Loan: at least 6 credits
  • Federal Stafford Loan: at least 6 credits
  • State Grant: generally at least 12 credits
  • BU Grant: more than 12 credits

Merit-Based MET Scholarships

Boston University’s Metropolitan College offers a number of merit-based scholarship opportunities. Visit their scholarships website for information about these merit-based scholarship opportunities and application process.

MET Accelerated Degree Completion Program

Types of Aid

Contingent on the availability of funds at the time complete application is filed.

  • Federal grants and loans
  • State grants and loans

How to Apply

Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and notify BU Financial Assistance of your intended enrollment for each session of the academic year on the Metropolitan College Application for Financial Assistance.

Eligibility Criteria

You must demonstrate financial eligibility, be enrolled in the degree program, and meet particular aid program and enrollment level requirements which include, but are not limited to:

  • Federal Pell Grant: at least 4 credits
  • Federal Stafford Loan: at least 6 credits

Merit-Based MET Scholarships

Boston University’s Metropolitan College offers a number of merit-based scholarship opportunities. Visit their scholarships website for information about these merit-based scholarship opportunities and application process.

MET Online Undergraduate Degree Completion Program (UDCP)

Types of Aid

Contingent on the availability of funds at the time complete application is filed.

  • Federal grants and loans
  • State grants and loans

How to Apply

Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and notify BU Financial Assistance of your intended enrollment for each session of the academic year on the Metropolitan College Application for Financial Assistance.

Eligibility Criteria

You must demonstrate financial eligibility, be enrolled in the degree program, and meet particular aid program and enrollment level requirements which include, but are not limited to:

  • Federal Pell Grant: at least 4 credits
  • Federal Stafford Loan: at least 6 credits

Merit-Based MET Scholarships

Boston University’s Metropolitan College offers a number of merit-based scholarship opportunities. Visit their scholarships website for information about these merit-based scholarship opportunities and application process.