Frequently Asked Questions

Why should I consider Post University Online?
You can receive a career-oriented, nationally ranked education in an online format. Post University is ranked one of the 20 best online universities by the Online Education Database. Our highly interactive degree programs give you the opportunity to earn your undergraduate degree entirely online from an accredited, traditional four-year university – at a time and location that fits your schedule.

Will I miss out on opportunities that on-campus students have by taking my classes online?
At Post University, online students are offered virtually the same services and opportunities that on-campus students are given. At no extra charge, online students have access to academic advising, tutoring, writing center support and our virtual library. Although you won't be able to participate in our on-campus activities or NCAA Division II sports, you can still be part of a learning community that desires to help you succeed.

Can Post University Online help me in my career search?
Yes! Our staff can provide you with both career counseling and career placement services. We also help you develop your skills in resume writing, interviewing and business etiquette. We encourage you to take advantage of these services as soon as you begin your college career to help develop your marketability and job-search skills early on.

Does Post University Online offer financial aid to students who qualify?
Yes! Students who are already accepted to Post University Online can apply for financial aid. Students who have attended other colleges or universities need to request to have their academic transcripts sent to our office of admissions before they can enroll. To be eligible for financial aid, students need to take a minimum of six credits per 16-week enrollment period.

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