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Post University Reviews of Bachelor's in Psychology

12 Reviews

Locations:   Waterbury (CT) 

Annual Tuition: $16,610

50% of students said this degree improved their career prospects
33% of students said they would recommend this program to others
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Student Reviews - Bachelor's in Psychology

Student Reviews - Bachelor's in Psychology

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Reviewed: 3/12/2023

Degree: Psychology

It's simply just so disorganized. I've seen more organization at my son's first tee ball game. The advisors for financial aid will tell you what they think you want to hear rather than factual information. The academic took me going to the dean to get anywhere. After speaking with the dean and him knowing my intentions he suggested another degree and different courses. This never took place till I made threats of a civil suit and calling Better Business. The courses are simply reading... Read More

Jessica Rodriguez

Reviewed: 11/7/2019

Degree: Psychology

I learned so much at Post that has helped with my graduate degree. I have an A+ in counseling theories and know more about the theorist we study then my peers who went to higher-ranked schools. Post University was hard, it was a lot of papers, but I learned so much. Things I will use in my practice and pass the NCE.

Jessica Rodriguez

Reviewed: 8/8/2019

Degree: Psychology

My program at Post University changed my entire life, the education provided by this school helped me grow as a person both academically and mentally. As a student struggling with mental health issues, Post provided me with the support and encouragement needed to complete their program.


Reviewed: 7/25/2018

Degree: Psychology

I have had issues with the financial aid department of this school since I started. I have been reading the reviews and everybody had the same problem as me. Financial aid advisors tell you that you are covered and will NOT have out of pocket costs but it is a lie.My academic counselor used to register me for my classes because I asked him to and I asked him specifically once if I was good to go on financial aid with being registered for 2 classes and he said absolutely. Guess what? I wasn't and... Read More

Succesful grad

Reviewed: 5/4/2017

Degree: Psychology

After reading the reviews I decided to write my own. To those who are praising national accreditation, you need to do some reading. Regional accreditation is higher ranked than national and accepted easier thab national credits. The business school has BOTH rankings because of the MBA program they run. I had NO ISSUE with finding a graduate program in my field after graduating from Post Univeristy. I even changed Master's programs when I found a different Univeristy was having me do the exact same... Read More


Reviewed: 12/11/2016

Degree: Psychology

I am very unhappy with Post University, with 6 credits left before Graduation, and looking int Masters programs at other . universities, I found out that Post is only Nationally Accredited for the business school, all other degree programs are regional, meaning no Masters programs will accept the B.A degree of psychology, and almost all careers only accept a Bachelor from NATIONALLY accredited schools, now 6 credits away, and over the lifetime maximum for financial aid, The last 3 and a half years... Read More


Reviewed: 7/17/2016

Degree: Psychology

Post is for military personal and ppl obtaining simple degrees I've noticed. Staff is unorganized and financial department is rude and untrustworthy My mistake for joining post even though I was enrolled when I SAID each it's own. As for me I'm taking this all the way I have a lawyer and will be reporting post to BBB and the news. They are stealing your money. Classes I'm paying for I'm already certified in..most of my assignments are YouTube bound really? YouTube and you're paying for... Read More

Great college

Reviewed: 6/12/2016

Degree: Psychology

I loved this college. I went here for 3 years online. I had transferred a lot of credits from another college and it was a breeze. My financial aid person was very friendly and helpful, as well as my academic advisor. They always got back to me within a reasonable time, usually the same day. Most of the instructors for the courses were engaged with the class discussions. Most also got back to you within 24 hours about emails that you had sent. There were one or two instructors that could have improved... Read More


Reviewed: 8/10/2015

Degree: Psychology

THIS SCHOOL STAFF IS HORRIBLE! I've worked for the Financial Aid office @ Western Connecticut State University and I now work in a Financial Aid office for a technical school. I have never dealt with anyone as rude as the N. person in the Financial Aid Office. First of all without telling me that my counselor was switched they changed it. When I finally talked to her she was so nasty and rude to me! I've explained to her countless times that I only wanted to take out the Pell Grant and pay the rest... Read More


Reviewed: 1/15/2015

Degree: Psychology

You are so correct about the disorganization of Post University and oh boy are you correct about their unprofessional academic advisors. I had a pretty scary health issue and had to have surgery in the middle of the mod and because of complications I got sick and wasn't able to fully participate in my courses. These complications occurred during my attempt to complete my first 12 credit hours. After exhaustingly trying to contact and connect with my very rude instructors I was failed. I then received... Read More

S.britteny miller

Reviewed: 10/18/2014

Degree: Psychology

School sucks literally I graudated high school 7 years ago and P.U. still need high school transcripts to process financial aid bull crap in the midst of arguing with my advisor I told her I was leaving because my transcripts hadn't come and I can't afford classes she then said the moment you logged in your responsible can you say scam yea I am sure bbb would hear about this

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Reviewed: 8/19/2014

Degree: Psychology

Maybe things are different on campus, but online the site is built terribly. You'll be spending hours trying to get it work instead of working. There's very little actually help when it comes to teachers, financial, or technically. The online program just seems way behind and is not worth paying money for.


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