Boston University Online Doctor in Music Education
855 Commonwealth Avenue  
Boston,  MA,  02215
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As a Boston University student, you may be eligible for federal student aid in the form of grants, scholarships, and educational loans. There is no cost to apply for financial assistance, and you may qualify for a student loan regardless of your income.  

In general, you must meet the following criteria for eligibility:  
•    Be accepted as a degree-seeking student, or  
•    Be making satisfactory academic progress  Be a U.S. citizen, national or permanent
     resident alien enrolled at least half time (6 credits)  
•    Not be in default on prior student loans  
•    Not owe a repayment or overpayment of a federal grant   

Boston University Enrollment Advisors are available to answer your questions about the online music education degree program. If you would like to have a BU Enrollment Advisor contact you directly, simply fill out the Request Information section.

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