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5 out of 5
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Degree: Education
Graduation Year: 2018

I am a mother of three, I work full time and I have a child with special needs. The amount of support I receive from the staff and the support services they provide is why I will be able to achieve my educational goals. Thanks to them my dreams will become a reality!

3 out of 5
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Degree: Paralegal
Graduation Year: 2017

I loved the school it was great alot of help but i finished in march 2017 and they said they sent my certificate and i never recieved it and when i contacted them again they said theyd send me another and gave me a tracking number and its not even working. So i really hope i can get it because i didnt do all that work for nothing.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services, Other
Graduation Year: 2014

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 after the transfer but in the end I was happy with my decision. First I want to address a few questions asked in the survey: How would you rate your experience with your school? I would rate it excellent but I have to tell you that I struggled at first. Being in the military as a Recruiting First Sergeant, I was extremely busy, traveling almost daily. The first year I didn't devote enough time to learn the system and I almost quit. Thank god I didn't. How would you rate the quality of instruction at your school? the instructions to me was clear and when I had a problem I communicated with my instructor. Every instructor I had was "top Notch". I encourage every student if they are not sure reach out to the instructor sooner rather than later. How would you rate your satisfaction with your degree program? I am so happy with my degree program. I learned so much. Once I got to the graduate level, every class really challenged me. I am retired now and I am a professional business plan writer and I used what I learned everyday. How would you rate your school's student financial services? I didn't really use the financial services that much because I had the GI Bill. I did mess up once and did't register in both the Army's system and Post online. I was charged for 2 classes but the financial advisor straighten it out in a timely manner. Finally I want to say to all the students that are giving this school a bad rating, I also would have given it a poor rating the first years and maybe the second. Once you learn the system "Dashboard, Whiteboard etc..", it will be much easier. Learn to use the library also, It will be a great help. They also have a great resume writing tool to help with your resume and someone to look it over and help out. Most of all, learn to communicate with the instructor. I hope this helps someone.

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5 out of 5
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Degree: Psychology, General
Graduation Year: 2015

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 classes from my B.A. in their master's program. If the classes were so bad then why was my undergrad curriculum equal to another school's Graduate program!? I liked having class materials beyond a boring text book, if I have to memorize a textbook in 8 weeks to get a degree, that isn't worth a dime, I'd rather have a book and supplement materials! Financial aid is not always at fault because I had a different tuition planner each module and they have more than 20 student bills to take care of each, their department is very under staffed. If you have never worked in higher education then you need to give them more credit than I have seen here. I had an amazing advisor, my final tuition planner had actually caught a mistake that saved me 5k in private loans that the prior tuition planner had made. If you want cheap or free college you won't find it at ANY private college. I got what I paid for, the only thing I would have changed is having Navient (the real scam) as my loan servicer. Post Univeristy was the best decision that I made for my education, but then again I wanted to earn my degree, not just be handed one.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Human Services
Graduation Year: 2020

From day one I have encountered all positiveness from Post University. I receive the help I need when I need it. My adviser is awesome. She always calls to check in on me, leaves voicemail's or emails me. This is a great school. I know each experience is different but I am just glad mine has been a great one. I even had my husband enroll. I love the flexibility this school give. I definitely would recommend this school to those really wanting to go somewhere in life. By the way I have never had an issue with financial aid or the FA advisers at Post.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Criminal Justice
Graduation Year: 2017

Post University is the most Military friendly school I have ever had the pleasure of attending. Being deployed multiple time can really place an extreme halt on your academics. I was able to take classes on the other side of the world and have the full support of each instructor.

2 out of 5
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Degree: Management
Graduation Year: 2017

My path at Post started out relatively quiet. Teachers were nice, workload was decent for most classes while some were just over the top for adults attending online classes who have jobs and family responsibilities. I was told initially there were scholarships and then after i started they told me for online students there arent any offered (so much for this education opportunity being the same as an on campus student). I cant say I received much coaching from my advisor beyond, take this class or reminder to register. No one discussed how I could influence my degree path through classes i wanted to take, rather it was a set curriculum with no flexibility. Ive finally graduated and do i wish i NEVER stepped foot there. Departments do not communicate with one another. I doubled up on some classes thinking i would graduate earlier etc. I had no indication from my advisor or financial aid that the classes wouldn't be covered even though my FA bucket had enough money to cover. within the last 3 months of school i shelled out over $4500.00 out of pocket in order to graduate and get my transcripts released to other universities. FA told me if they had known i was doing this they would have set up a payment plan. so my question is who was supposed to tell me , who is supposed to inform FA of my class progression. Apparently NO ONE but me i was supposed to know and to top it off the money sitting in loans is now going back to the government while i have an outstanding credit card accruing interest. WORST SCHOOL EVER. Archaic systems, no communication among departments and bad communication with students.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Accounting and Business/Management
Graduation Year: 2019

My admission advisor and ASC were extremely helpful but when it came to the financial aid the staff was unhelpful, rude and always had an attitude if you had to reach out to someone else in order to get through with them. I'm sorry but the school states that there school be mutual respect among staff, students and teachers but yet the staff from that department don't follow those policies. We are the students they should be there to help us along the way. I don't recommend this school. The motivation of the staff and teachers is not there and I think that is a must.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Child Development
Graduation Year: 2019

You should always trust your "gut" feeling. From the start I felt as I was being scammed. My friends sister just got a job as a financial advisor and of course told me how great it was. I wanted to do psychology but she knew I wanted to work with children so she pushed the child Studies program. So silly me... I agreed. From the start I was lied to. I was told that there was tons of scholarship money from Post and I won't have to take out much in loans. That was a lie. I was the told a couple months later that Post does not offer any scholarships for online students. That I would have to find them elsewhere. Cool, great... well the classes were mediocre. They make you take an online success class. 1500$+ gone for that joke. I did enjoy some of the classes but I soon was told the truth about my degree from one of my professors. She told me that my degree was basically useless unless I wanted to teach Pre-school or nursery. I could not work in public schools. I would have to get my masters in a psychology based program before I could ever be close to doing what I wanted to do. That is... if I get accepted since ONLY the business school is nationally accredited and the other programs are regionally accredited. Which means... you probably won't get into a masters program. I decided to transfer to a community college after a year at Post. I thought the transfer would be easy. Nope. I set up everything early and completed all paperwork. I asked my financial advisor numerous times if I would be stuck paying anything out of pocket. He kept telling me no. Well come to find out I owe Post 200$. Of course the advisor told me this, that, and the other as to why I owe this. Hmm but I still had about 2,000 in Pell grant money left since I only went for one more semester and took only two classes. I don't know what to do at this point. I am so aggravated with this school. They lie and don't care about anything except your money. So now I have 10,000 in loan debt and most of my classes won't even transfer to a community college. How sad. BIGGEST MISTAKE EVER.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Early Childhood Education
Graduation Year: 2018

These people are scam artists. I've been back and forth with them for months about discrepancies with balance owed. I've been told countless times that the "computer system is faulty and doesn't always show accurate numbers in our bills" and "You're still responsible for paying this balance" (that balance that I don't have an accurate representation of). Basically, you don't know what you owe from one moment to the next because numbers never match up between bills and their financial portal. I had a spreadsheet laying out all of their discrepancies in billing and the financial advisor ACKNOWLEDGED THEM! Yet he went in a circle and came back to the fact that it's still my fault and I'm responsible for their inaccurate technology. It seems like they're covering their tracks and their own backsides as well because no more than a week after this conversation with the financial advisor, my balance on the financial portal was corrected and my account summary was wiped clean when it definitely wasn't before. I can't even continue attending school or the process of transferring out because I refuse to pay them for my classes or transcripts and we've reached a stalemate. Steer clear of this "university" and look for an institution who's more professional and knows how to run things in an accurate manner!

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