Credit Cards Pose Dangers During Pandemic, Says MET Finance Director

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the lives of everyone. According to Associate Professor Irena Vodenska, people with low credit scores are especially vulnerable. As Vodenska told, “During an emergency, people’s credits could rapidly deteriorate, not due to irresponsibility or overspending, but rather due to adverse circumstances.” As MET’s director of finance programs, including the […]

MET Administrative Studies Alum Receives Prestigious Finance Award

Daniel Miele (MET’00) has been named a 2016 Five Star Wealth Manager, an honor awarded to those financial advisors that exhibit excellence in their field and meet requisite criteria which includes objective assessments of client retention rates, client assets administered, and a favorable regulatory and complaint history. Miele, an alumnus of Metropolitan College’s Administrative Studies […]

Former MET Dean Says BU’s Top Marks on Federal Test Prove School to be “Financially Solid”

Boston University has been recognized by the U.S. Department of Education as a model of financial responsibility, receiving a perfect score in a recent survey conducted by The Chronicle of Higher Education. The study examined the way both for-profit and not-for-profit private institutions of higher education allocate federal funds and student aid, and according to […]