Post University Online Reviews - Early Childhood Education

2.47 out of 5 stars
(7 Reviews)
  • Waterbury (CT)
  • Annual Tuition: Not Provided
50% of 7 students said this degree improved their career prospects
43% of 7 students said they would recommend this program to others
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Student & Graduate Reviews

5.0 out of 5 stars
Angelina Corchado - 12/10/2019
Degree: Early Childhood Education
Graduation Year: 2020
"I have been attending Post University since June of 2017, I never had any issues with financial aid or my academic success counselor. I had one issue with financial aid disbursement due to not being registered for two classes in order to qualify for financial aid but once I fixed that I received my disbursement the following week. I complete my readings and view the videos required for the discussion post then I submit mine either on Tuesday or Wednesday morning, I reply to my classmates by Sunday. Any writing assignments I begin working on Monday night."
1.9 out of 5 stars
Current Student - 7/2/2019
Degree: Early Childhood Education
Graduation Year: 2022
"Financial Aid here is terrible! I've been running around back and forth. Something seems fraudulent at this school. When I applied for financial aid they told me I will get my refund check the following week. When I called financial aid a few days after that to make sure I was going to get it they were really rude and told me i needed to send my high school transcripts. They never told me anything about that in the beginning until I called. They then told me that I wont get my refund check until 5 weeks and they said it with an attitude. If I knew this I wouldve gotten a laptop before I spent my money. Now I currently have to send my high school transcripts and scrape up enough money to get a laptop. They were very misleading."
1.0 out of 5 stars
dumb university with lame teachers - 9/15/2017
Degree: Early Childhood Education
Graduation Year: 2020
"Come on don't attend this university because they lie and don't keep promises either. They tell you what you want to hear and try to steal your financial aid and don't care that you don't have a income at all. They even try to tell you dumb stuff about classes that you don't even need. Run fast from this university and you can never get a hold of them when you need help. The financial aid department is rude and the teachers are really rude big time. The financial aid department is so rude and don't know how to do there positions of employment very well. They calm that your rude and disrespectful to students and the teachers love the kiss butt students more tHan ever. Save your money and time and run really fast from the university for good. They are lame people who think they can teach class. Stay clear of them and beware of there lies they try to tell you nonsense a lot. Listen to the reviews already and your safe going to a community college instead. Don't believe anything they say or fall for there lame adivors either. They are worse like J. and T. who don't know what they are doing and reputations are on the line because of there rude actions with students who they don't like. Really they are dumb as ever and try to tell you not true facts about the university. Leave them alone and stay away from them big time. Keep clear and your money is better elsewhere."
1.5 out of 5 stars
Tyler - 12/18/2016
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!"
1.0 out of 5 stars
Shy - 5/18/2016
Degree: Early Childhood Education
Graduation Year: 2019
"Post was initially the best choice for online school. Then the problems started no one really tells you the exact truth or either don't inform you off important things. Such as things you need for initial entry. Even when you call they won't tell you what needs to be done"
5.0 out of 5 stars
GREAT school - 3/27/2015
Degree: Early Childhood Education
Graduation Year: 2017
"Phenomenal school. I have been enrolled for a few modules now and I am loving Post University online. It works perfectly with my schedule and my children's schedule. I never feel the pressure to be online at specific times and I log in on my own time. My admissions counselor (Kim W) was very helpful and always answered all of my questions when I called. About to take my 5th class at Post and I am very excited to start working with children."
1.3 out of 5 stars
Sally Smith - 9/25/2013
Degree: Early Childhood Education
Graduation Year:
"DONT wast your money!!!! I have been going to post for about 5 years on and off to finish my BA. I go off and on because out of the blue they call and ask for 3,000 or the best one was $7,000! I thought It was my fault for something, NOPE they over charged me. They also won't send a transcript if you have a balance ( i understand) but when you don't know that you have a balance because they keep sending the bills to the wrong address and NEVER pick up the phone to call you, look an other $3,000!! Then there was the time that they "lost" my credit card number and it was just floating around the office. The classes are ok, nothing great. I was in hopes that when i went back it would get better. nope it went down hill. So if you want to get charged a ridiculous amount of money and be put on hold for 30 minuets to talk to someone that has NO CLUE what they are doing, they go call Post."
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