College in Waterbury, CT
Post University is licensed by the State of Connecticut through the Department of Higher Education (DHE) The purpose of licensure by the State of Connecticut is to make sure that any new institutions, and its academic programs (traditional classroom and online) comply with the quality standards required to start operations in the state. The regulations and standards used by DHE can be found at: www.ctdhe.org. In addition to licensure, the State of Connecticut ensures through its accreditation process that Post University continues to understand the quality standards founded by the state.
read moreSince our founding in 1890, Post University has experienced many changes. Our class environment has evolved from typewriters to laptops and expanded far beyond our traditional campus - to home offices, living room sofas and even airplane seats. Throughout the years, one thing has persisted: our purpose, to deliver an exceptional educational experience that provides an extraordinary level of personal support. At Post University, we have always understood the importance of being there for our students every step of the way.
read moreWith our roots in a traditional New England campus, Post University began offering online learning options in 1996. And we keep getting better: U.S. News & World Report has ranked our online bachelor's program among the best. Whether you are just starting out or making major career moves, Post's online bachelor's degree, online associate or online master's programs can help. Our Evening and Weekend programs feature the same expert faculty and the same challenging, career-building education-all in a unique hybrid on-campus/online format.
read morePost University works hard to keep the application process as easy as possible for both undergraduate and graduate degree programs. Applicants seeking to apply for admissions to a Main Campus undergraduate program must provide a completed admissions application and proof of high school graduation or equivalent. An admissions interview is strongly recommended. An applicant whose transcript shows less than a 2.00 cumulative grade point average must submit a personal statement to be reviewed by the Provost.
read moreUnlike larger universities where students may get lost in the crowd, Post University takes a personal approach to education and a personal interest in each of our student's success. Whether you learn on campus or online, you'll receive one-on-one attention from our experienced faculty and staff. They'll be there every step of the way to answer your questions and offer professional guidance. You'll also have access to all of our academic resources -including advising, tutoring, and our Writing Center and library - at no extra cost.
read moreReady to earn your undergraduate degree? Want to start a master's degree program? Want to put your military benefits to good use with an online degree program? We can help. At Post University, we're here to help you transition from potential candidate to successful student to college graduate. It all starts with our admissions process, one that gets the same personal touch we give our degree programs. We take the time to understand your specific goals, and then we create a personal plan to help you succeed in and out of the classroom.