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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.
For me, Post University was excellent. I've read just every review on here and found many of them to be a bit extreme, especially the negative ones. One's experience here is what one makes of it, like most everything else in life. Challenges and issues may arise, but to succumb to them and blame the university brings zero results. I've ran into a few minor issues myself, including financial aid trouble, and was able to get everything sorted out with no problems. For a few, especially dependent on their circumstances, I suppose might (could be) more challenging. Whatever the case, not a knock against the university. The classes are within reasonable cost and run 8 weeks! 8 weeks, people! That's fairly quick, considering. In most classes, especially the upper level ones, there tends to be quite a bit of work required..., but, is anything else expected? It's truly not that difficult, especially since the material for each class is being put out, absorbed, and regurgitated within an 8 week timeframe. I've only had two classes where the instructors weren't so great or, at least didn't seem so. They weren't very active not were they very interactive. I read a syllabus and each weekly assignment instructions and did what was required. Little feedback was provided. Even in these two classes, I learned a great deal. Granted, I probably would've learned more with more instruction and leadership from those professors, but it's complete. Online learning anywhere requires a lot of discipline and determination to succeed. Here is no different. You get what you put in. Post University is a reasonably priced and easy to work with and learn from online university. Easy doesn't mean without standards. They have standards and requirements. Be disciplined and determined enough to meet and achieve them and you will successfully earn whatever degree you're going for. I hope this helps. Good luck to you all in your educational pursuits, even if it's not with Post University!
I started attending post university in 2012. The advisors and staff used to be wonderful. Now, I wouldn't recommend this school to anyone. They've messed classes up for me resulting in extra loans having to be taken out, as well as the staff is clueless. My advisor didn't even know I was graduating and was sending me emails about registering for the next module. The financial department has no idea what they're doing, and are extremely rude. I used to love post and the education they provided, but I will never use them again. I'm planning on getting my masters from another school. To add, my advisor didn't even congratulate me on my graduation. I finished the module and that's it.
Stay away from this school. The admin staff and professors are lazy. If you actually want to learn something, go some place else. They have no desire to help students, poor professionalism, and need better staff. Wish I had knew before I wasted my time and money.
I cannot say enough good things about this school. The staff is GREAT! I was always able to talk to someone when needed. I received constant emails from my advisor (J). She was always on point, knew where her students stood. Heck she would even send out emails when she knew she was going to be out of the office to ensure all issues were resolved prior to her absence. The professors are very interactive. All would send regular weekly emails. They also understood life happens and were flexible with some assignment deadlines. There were even a few times I called my professors. Yes that is right called and talked! They answered or returned calls! I don't know of an online school that will cater to its students as Post does. I will continue my education with them in the near future in pursuit of my masters. If you are unsure if you want to attend reach out to one of their advisors. Pick their brains and you will see they are legit.