Boston University offers world-class resources to all students. Below you’ll find links to University services, information, and facilities, as well as details on Metropolitan College resources relevant to undergraduate students, graduate students, and international students.
For questions that fall outside of the scope of a specific program, we suggest you contact the University Service Center (USC), which works closely with the offices of the Registrar, Student Accounting Services, and Financial Assistance, among others. Visit the USC online or contact them at 617-358-1818. The center is open Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Boston University Resources
Metropolitan College students have access to the same facilities and services available to full-time day students, including administrative offices around the University.
- BU Bookstore
- BU Email Account
- BU ID
- BU Information Center
- BU Police
- Center for Career Development
- Disability Services
- Educational Resource Center
- Financial Assistance
- FIT REC
- International Students & Scholars
- IT Help Center
- Libraries & Tutorials on Usage
- Medical Insurance
- Parking Services
- Radio Station (WBUR)
- Registrar’s Office
- Student Accounting Services
- Student Employment Office
- Student Health Services
- Student T-Passes
- University Shuttle Bus
- Veterans Services
Metropolitan College Resources
Metropolitan College’s Undergraduate Student Services office, located at 755 Commonwealth Avenue, assists undergraduate students with admission, registration, transfer credit, graduation, and other academic policies and procedures at Boston University and Metropolitan College. Our academic counselors and operations staff are dedicated to serving both nondegree and degree-seeking undergraduate students.
Counselors are available by appointment, phone, or email. To attend an Information Session, ask a question, or set up an appointment with an academic counselor, contact us at 617-353-2980 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Learn more about Metropolitan College Undergraduate Programs.
Graduate students can take advantage of a variety of services through their academic department or program at Metropolitan College. From financial planning and course scheduling to career services and job placement, individuals in each academic department or program office are available to assist both degree and nondegree students. For more information on the services available, please contact your academic department or program office directly.
Learn more about Metropolitan College Graduate Programs.
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International students are a welcome and vital part of Metropolitan College’s student population. Whether you’re here for a semester through MET International or pursuing a degree full-time, Boston University has a number of resources to assist you with the application process and throughout your experience as a student in the United States.
- Center for English Language & Orientation Programs (CELOP)
CELOP provides high-quality, intensive English language instruction programs for international students, as well as a number of social activities and support services.
- International Students & Scholars Office (ISSO)
ISSO can guide you through the documentation requirements and visa application process, in addition to answering questions about transportation, health care, employment, and social activities. Applicants to graduate programs should contact ISSO to obtain necessary documentation.
- Boston University International Admissions (IA)
International students who wish to attend an undergraduate program at Boston University must apply through IA. IA can answer questions about application procedures, student visas, and other concerns for international students.
- Student Visas
Find the information you need to know regarding student visas and entry to the United States.