Post University has a heritage over the past 116 years of allowing students to take control of their careers and lives and eventually to become leaders in their selected areas. We have a stimulating, testing environment where you will learn about definite disciplines and about yourself and the careers offered to you.
Our committed faculty will provide you with the individual challenges and assistance that make the difference between those who lead and those who follow.
Admission to Post University is based on an assessment of the candidate’s qualifications and the reference of an admissions representative. All decisions are made without regard to race, creed, color, religion, national origin, disability, or sexual orientation.
Criteria for admission are subjective as well as objective. The applicant’s educational experience, standardized test scores, characteristic features, and individual qualities are taken into account. We have a continuing admissions policy. The admissions Committee takes a decision, regarding a candidate’s admission to the University once the candidate’s file is complete. The minimum standards needed to take an admissions decision are: authorized high school transcripts, standardized test scores and the reference of an admissions representative obtained in the course of an admissions interview. It is strongly recommended that students visit the campus for their interview. Nevertheless if this is impossible we can arrange a phone interview.
The goal of the financial aid employees at Post University is to closely work with you and your family to design a plan to make your tuition within your means—an obligation that Post University has committed itself to for more than 115 years. Our financial aid employees will send a financial aid award letter to you in a week after you have completed and submitted all necessary application forms. Nowadays the majority of students use some blend of the following to pay for their tuition and everyday living expenses:
• Federal Financial Aid
• Payment plans
When you apply for admission, it is essential that you specify if you are going to apply for financial assistance. Once the admissions office gets your complete application, you will be contacted to start your financial assistance application. Only accepted students, whose financial aid applications are complete, will be considered for financial aid awards. To maintain awards, students have to show adequate academic progress.
Career Services offers career preparation and development, resume preparation, interviewing skills development, business manners training, and permanent job search help.
The Post University provides:
• Face-to-face meetings to work out complete academic and career plans
• Workshops on issues such as resume preparation, interviewing, job search skills, dining etiquette, and graduate school
• Special career programs with graduates and companies representing a diversity of career areas
• Evaluations of interests, character, values, and skills and how that relates to potential planning
• Advising for students and graduates who are career changers or who want to renew their resume
• Help in using technology to protect valuable career information
The Student Services offers students the opportunities to get involved in a broad range of co-curricular activities and promotes all students to take an active part in campus life. Student services embraces varsity athletics, student activities, residential life, food services, graduates relations, advising and health services, disability services, career improvement and counseling, co-op, multi-cultural student services, the health institute, student government association, campus protection, and intramurals.