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Post University Reviews of Bachelor's in Business

15 Reviews

Locations:   Waterbury (CT) 

Annual Tuition: $16,610

64% of students said this degree improved their career prospects
53% of students said they would recommend this program to others
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Student Reviews - Bachelor's in Business

Student Reviews - Bachelor's in Business

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Kandis Aucoin

Reviewed: 10/24/2023

Degree: Business

Do NOT go to this school. They are ultimately, just a business. The lady who I spoke with when I was signing up, 100% flat out LIED to me! I told her I wasn’t sure about this because I can’t do math. I told her I would just go to beauty school if any math was involved. She laughed and said I would only need to do math if I was going for accounting but I would be fine. So I signed up. I completed a full year of school before I was hit with a math class. College level algebra. I failed. They put me... Read More

Joe c

Reviewed: 8/30/2023

Degree: Business

Very unprofessional school terrible communication they will overcharge you and not answer your phone calls. Went there for one year left early and was charged for 2 years. Joke of a school will not recommend one school I would recommend is assumption university if you want clear communication.

Jessica Monique Raffield

Reviewed: 8/1/2021

Degree: Business

I have a year and a half left before graduating. I think, my date has changed a couple of times already. The staff at Post University is great when it comes to the academic advisors and instructors. Financial Aid is a different story. They are rude and do not help you. When your financial aid runs out, they don't tell you anything until it's too late. They then expect you to pay out of pocket but loads of money or not register you for classes. I loved this school up until this point. Classes are... Read More


Reviewed: 12/11/2018

Degree: Business

they are bad with your money. no one has received their refund. i really don't understand what type of s*** these people are on. this don't make any sense..


Reviewed: 11/6/2017

Degree: Business

I began attending Post because it offered the flexibility of doing it all online. I have a full time job and three kids and my job is careerless.... I have been taking the classes for a few years and find some classes are very difficult but doable. I would prefer not having to write so many essays but I guess that's how online classes are. My only issue with the school currently is that there is way too much reading involved for the classes and they want you to do it all before Wednesday, which is... Read More

Gregory Foster

Reviewed: 5/16/2017

Degree: Business

After haphazardly running across this page, I felt compelled to write a comment. I was enrolled in another college pursuing a Multidisciplinary Studies degree. Yea, right, what is that. I had earned 100 credits and all I needed was 20 more credits to graduate but I was not satisfied with the degree. A friend of mine recommended Post University. I started Post University online in 2008 while serving in the military. I chose business administration with a marketing concentration. I lost 40 credits... Read More


Reviewed: 2/17/2017

Degree: Business

Horrible school. Academics are a joke. Amateurs run the school. Cant answer questions, never answer phone calls and advisers have no idea what they are doing. If you try to complain forget it, it just falls on deaf ears. Sports are an even bigger joke. New Football coach has been coaching for all of 2 years at ant level. You would get a more experienced coach in POP Warner. Assistant coaches are even worse. Expensive If you live there and the place has nothing to do and ;looks like a medical building.... Read More


Reviewed: 11/3/2016

Degree: Business

My experience at Post University was a positive one. My program advisor was courteous and extremely helpful. I did not experience any administrative issues. Like any school, you have great teachers and a few mediocre. I found the business degree program to be comprehensive and well structured. If you are interested in a short-cut education, Post is not the college to attend. They are strict about writing format compliance, citation rules, and use proper grammar. Again, some professors are stricter... Read More


Reviewed: 2/18/2016

Degree: Business

My personal experience was great with Post University. I did not have an issue with the financial aid department or with my advisor. I found my instructors to be knowledgeable and helpful when I ran into issues with the course work. I would recommend Post University to any working professional looking to continue their education.

Brian McClanahan

Reviewed: 2/10/2016

Degree: Business

Great School! I had no issues with the Finance Department, I had an excellent academic advisor and the Teachers were fair. I would recommend this school and have to many of my coworkers. Their were two instructors that I didn't totally get along with and received the grades that I didn't want, but I bounced back. And by no means did it discourage me from the pursuit of obtaining a degree.

Military Student

Reviewed: 2/6/2016

Degree: Business

As a part time student who also is active duty military, I found Post University to be a challenge. I was moved to write a review after seeing all the negative non-sense about financial aid, class hours, and professor quality. I found myself spending at least 9-12 hours per week in each class. Financial aid/advising was spot on, but at times required me to follow up on things (that's how the real world works). Professors were great, going into an online learning environment I expected to do a lot... Read More


Reviewed: 8/25/2015

Degree: Business

Overall I enjoyed my experience at Post University. I graduated in 2014 with a Bachelor’s of Science in Business Administration. My academic advisor was quite helpful throughout my time at Post. On numerous occasions he would stop what he was doing to assist me in any issues that I had. The classes were in deed challenging, but not to the extent of spending every moments of your free time working on your studies. Over my tenure at Post, I would take one class every eight weeks. Never did I have any... Read More


Reviewed: 8/16/2015

Degree: Business

I am not sure about what everyone is writing about. I've been at Post for nearly three years and have never really had a problem. I'm no going to say that Post is a very prestigious school, it is what it is. However, I most certainly never experienced any of the issues mentioned in other reviews. If you read your financial aid packet, you'll understand how your education is being paid for. It's quite clear. Also, I never had any issues with my counselor or professors. My counselors have been very... Read More


Reviewed: 5/15/2015

Degree: Business

I attended Post Universyt Online. I really enjoyed the "professors" and my classmates were great but the administration and counselors are a joke ! It would take all day to talk about Post. I was charged for everything. Everything ! And was only given a nickel in federal aid and loans that I have to repay. Not too mention having to wait two months till you get your aid, I was given all sorts of excuses for the questions I had for the financial aid department . Monkeys are better suited than these... Read More

Kim McLane

Reviewed: 3/19/2015

Degree: Business

I don't really have problems with the online education that I am receiving at Post however, I am disappointed with the way that they do business. Post will enroll you without your transcripts, without your financial aid in place, without fully disclosing the cost of tuition for your specific degree and without telling you that you're officially enrolled. My advice for prospective students would be to do all of your own research on their website before even contacting them for more information. An... Read More


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