Scholarships

To help ensure the accessibility of Boston University’s academic, intellectual, and physical resources, Metropolitan College offers a wide range of scholarship opportunities.

As you explore our scholarships, please feel free to contact us with any questions you may have.

  • The Alumni Funded Scholarship Program—Made possible by the generous donations of Metropolitan College alumni, this scholarship provides up to $1,000 per semester.
  • Boston Medical Center Employee Scholarship—This scholarship for benefits-eligible employees at Boston Medical Center (BMC) reduces tuition by 50 percent.
  • Bryan D. Willard Scholarship—For members of the military community pursuing their education at Metropolitan College, this scholarship provides two awards of $2,500 to $5,000 each academic year.
  • Osher Reentry Scholarship—This scholarship is available to eligible adult students continuing the pursuit of their first bachelor’s degree after a significant hiatus in their studies.
  • Post-9/11 GI Bill Yellow Ribbon Program—In cooperation with the U.S. Department of  Veterans Affairs, Boston University can provide up to $2,600 per semester for tuition expenses that exceed the highest public in-state undergraduate tuition rate.
  • Scholarship for Cancer Patients & Survivors—This scholarship is available to cancer patients and survivors currently in treatment at Boston Medical Center (BMC) or the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute (DFCI).
  • Scholarship for Community College Graduates—A 50 percent tuition reduction is available for eligible graduates of six Massachusetts community colleges.
  • Scholarship for Parents—Parents with children in Boston and Chelsea public schools may qualify for a 50 percent reduction on tuition.
  • WSIA Education Foundation—These scholarships are for students enrolled or accepted for enrollment in an undergraduate or postgraduate degree program, majoring in an insurance or business-related area.
  • Private Scholarships

  • Boston Medical Center Employee Scholarship—This scholarship for benefits-eligible employees at Boston Medical Center (BMC) reduces tuition by 50 percent.
  • Boston University Women’s Guild Scholarships—These scholarships provide both aid and encouragement to women 30 and over enrolled in Boston University graduate programs.
  • Bryan D. Willard Scholarship—For members of the military community pursuing their education at Metropolitan College, this scholarship provides two awards of $2,500 to $5,000 each academic year.
  • The City of Boston Scholar Program—Graduate scholarships are available to City of Boston employees through the City of Boston Scholar program.
  • Edgar B. Pitts Scholarship—This scholarship is for graduate students pursuing a Master of Science degree in Administrative Studies, Applied Business Analytics, Enterprise Risk Management, Financial Management, Global Marketing Management, Insurance Management, Project Management, or Supply Chain Management.
  • Julia Child Scholarship Fund—This award goes to a matriculating student in the Master of Liberal Arts in Gastronomy, who has completed at least two courses in the graduate program at Boston University.
  • Massachusetts Department of Correction Academic Scholarship—Specifically for employees of the Massachusetts Department of Correction (DOC), this scholarship covers 100 percent of tuition.
  • Megan McClung Memorial Fund—In honor of the late Major Megan Malia Lelani McClung, this fund provides merit scholarships to Metropolitan College students who are pursuing the online Master of Criminal Justice.
  • WSIA Education Foundation—These scholarships are for students enrolled or accepted for enrollment in an undergraduate or postgraduate degree program, majoring in an insurance or business-related area.
  • Private Scholarships