A Motivated Engineering Transfer Students (METS) Program at Arizona State University (ASU) was established to aid the transition, retention, and graduation of engineering and computer science community college transfer students. The METS Program provides critical support in the form of an Academic Success and Professional Development (ASAP) Class and a METS Center to help provide academic and social support, as well as scholarships. In this paper, we look specifically at the impact of the METS Center for transfer students and the impact on transfer students of the $4K per year scholarship funded by NSF grants. The ASAP Class transfer students were surveyed to evaluate the Center and scholarships. The transfer students were asked: "How does the METS Center help you?" and "How did the METS scholarship help you?" The top three identified benefits of the METS Center were: a place to meet/connect with other transfer students, the use of computers and free printing, and the ability to get information about internships. The top student benefits of the METS scholarship are not having to work as much, not having to take out a loan and, for some students, not having to work. The scholarship benefits did not differ by gender.