Boston University’s Metropolitan College (MET) offers a wealth of advising services and resources for graduate, undergraduate, and non-degree students. Please see details below for how to best connect with an appropriate advisor.
On-Campus Graduate Degree and Certificate Students
Administrative Coordinators and Faculty Advisors are available for student academic advising in each of our graduate departments or program offices. Please contact your academic department or program office to get in touch with an advisor regarding academic concerns. For non-academic student life issues, graduate students may contact MET’s Enrollment & Student Success office, located at 1010 Commonwealth Avenue, 1st Floor. Call 617-353-2980 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Online Graduate Degree and Certificate Students
Academic advising for online graduate students is available through each academic department or program office. For non-academic student life issues, graduate students may contact MET’s Enrollment & Student Success office, located at 1010 Commonwealth Avenue, 1st Floor. Call 617-353-2980 or email email@example.com.
In addition, BU MET’s office of Distance Education has a dedicated support staff who work with online students during the course of their studies at BU. For FAQ about online study and support, please visit the Distance Education website.
Undergraduate Degree and Certificate Students
MET Enrollment & Student Success, located at 1010 Commonwealth Avenue, 1st Floor, assists undergraduate degree (on-campus and online) and nondegree students with course selection and registration, transfer credit, graduation, and interpretation of Boston University and Metropolitan College academic and administrative policies and procedures. Our academic counselors and operations staff are dedicated to serving both nondegree and degree-seeking students, and are available to meet in person, by phone, Zoom, or email. Call 617-353-2980 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to connect with an academic counselor.
One does not need to be in a degree program to take courses at MET or to take advantage of advising. If you have advising questions regarding coursework and planning involving graduate or undergraduate programs, please contact Admissions & Enrollment Services at 617-353-6000 or email@example.com.
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