• Undergraduate Tuition (average annual)

    • Metropolitan State University
      $7,566
    • University Of Minnesota Twin Cities
      $13,304
    • Average Cost of Private College
      $33,814
  • Graduate Tuition (average cost per credit)

    • Metropolitan State University
      $390
    • Private Universities and Colleges
      $562
    • Average Cost of Graduate Programs
      $635

Let us walk you through the financial aid process

As a Metropolitan State student, you may be eligible to receive financial aid to help pay for tuition, fees, books, living expenses, transportation and personal expenses. Take a look.

Find the Aid that Applies to You

Loans

A student loan is money that’s borrowed for college expenses. The funds must be paid back. There are several types of loans to choose from.

Grants

A grant is a type of financial aid that’s given based on a student’s financial need, tuition costs and enrollment status. Grant funds do not have to be repaid.

Scholarships

Scholarships are financial awards given to students based on academic performance and/or financial need. Scholarship funds do not have to be repaid.

Student Employment

Students have the opportunity to work on campus through various student employment programs. Some programs require financial aid eligibility and some do not.

Military Benefits

Students who’ve been in the military may be eligible for benefits from certain federal programs.

TuitionMatch-MN

Qualified students can participate in a 3:1 savings match program and can earn up to $2880 of match for tuition and fees.

Loans

A student loan is money that’s borrowed for college expenses. The funds must be paid back. There are several types of loans to choose from.

Grants

A grant is a type of financial aid that’s given based on a student’s financial need, tuition costs and enrollment status. Grant funds do not have to be repaid.

Scholarships

Scholarships are financial awards given to students based on academic performance and financial need. Scholarship funds do not have to be repaid.

Important Financial Aid Dates