To get started at Metro, you will need:
A high school diploma or GED
An interview with an Admissions Representative
To pass an entrance assessment
Official acceptance by the college
Programs begin quarterly. Call or e-mail our admissions representative for details.
A number of financial aid programs are available for qualified applicants to assist with training costs. Grants, student loans, scholarships, veterans benefits and various government sponsored tuition programs are available for those who qualify.
The Central Finance Loan is an institutional loan designed to assist students who are unable to obtain adequate financial assistance to cover the total cost of tuition and fees. A co-signer may be required depending on credit status. Students apply for the loan during the last quarter of study. The loan limit for the Central Finance Loan is $4000.00. Minimum payments are $50.00 per month with payments normally beginning three months after graduation. The maximum repayment term on Central Finance Loans is four years.