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... Read More 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 a little high for the education you receive. Look around before just settling for a college with online courses. You can receive a great education without broken pockets each month. Communication is key to many things in life and Post University's department of Financial Aid has not comprehended how this works. Nor do they have the compassion when you can not just pay large amounts of money right when they want it. Hope this helps someone in the future.
Even though I take online classes I have made many friends throughout my time at Post with both students and Professors. I have never had an issue with financial aid, Admissions or my ASC. I honestly feel 100% supported so I am confused about some of... Read More the other reviews. Whenever I have a question it is answered and if my ASC doesn’t have the answer she finds out and calls me back. I never have to chase anyone and the Professors actually set up time to work with you one on one of you don’t understand something. I use their 24/7 tutoring center often too. They are real people helping you with your school work any day and time that works for you! One of the best decisions I ever made was to attend Post. I can’t wait to walk across their stage at graduation and meet everyone in person.
I had the most amazing experience at Post! My ASC, FA and AC took the time to help me through the process and my entire educational journey. My Professors were outstanding and I was able to reach them. The classes are organized and the expectations are... Read More clear. I know a couple of people mentioned being charged for a class two weeks after it started but every school is like that. Think about it....If you had your child in daycare full time and decided not to send them one day during the week you would still have to pay for the whole week. Professors are rehired, material is purchased. You can’t wear clothes for a week then decide to return them. I have been to a couple of schools and hands down Post was the best which is why I graduated from there. I never had to put my kids second because the classes were so flexible too! Post treated me like a person instead of a number and I am forever thankful for the opportunity they gave me!