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Degree: Applied Psychology
Graduation Year: 2019

My program at Post University changed my entire life, the education provided by this school helped me grow as a person both academically and mentally. As a student struggling with mental health issues, Post provided me with the support and encouragement needed to complete their program.

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Degree: Applied Psychology
Graduation Year: 2019

My program at Post University changed my entire life, the education provided by this school helped me grow as a person both academically and mentally. As a student struggling with mental health issues, Post provided me with the support and encouragement needed to complete their program.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Applied Psychology
Graduation Year: 2019

My program at Post University changed my entire life, the education provided by this school helped me grow as a person both academically and mentally. As a student struggling with mental health issues, Post provided me with the support and encouragement needed to complete their program.

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Degree: Applied Psychology
Graduation Year: 2019

My program at Post University changed my entire life, the education provided by this school helped me grow as a person both academically and mentally. As a student struggling with mental health issues, Post provided me with the support and encouragement needed to complete their program.

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Degree: Early Childhood Education and Teaching
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.

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Degree: Criminal Justice
Graduation Year: 2021

This school is the worst I have ever been to in my whole life. The FINANCIAL AID department is unbelievable (they are horrible at handling funds) I have had one too many problems I am over my half way point just getting to my junior year at this school and the financial aid department decides to s**t all over me they are messing everything up for me and not giving clear answers or just outright treat the students like crap and then don't respond their policies suck and are very inconsiderate they blame other students for their own mistakes in the Financial aid department I will never go to post again although all of my professors have been great the trouble at post I have dealt with is now affecting my everyday life I cannot concentrate on school work because of what they did to me and are continuing to do to other students as well. My advice like the rest I would find a different school this one is more trouble than its worth and will jeopardize your chances at graduation thats why the school's graduation rate is so low the financial aid department has caused too many problems.

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Degree: Criminal Justice
Graduation Year: 2019

I am having issues with financial aid i only have one class left but having difficulty getting funding had to take a few weeks off medical reasons and not they say I have no funds must pay for my final class out of my own pocket. In dont understand this they say I have now more funds available for me. HELP

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Degree: Human Services
Graduation Year: 2019

This college was very helpful for me to finish my degree. It has structure, but it also allows you to still have a life outside of that role as well. I was able to take two classes at a time and they lasted about eight weeks at length. I liked that it was that way because I was able to learn a lot in a short period of time, while also being able to get the classes done in a timely manner. It really worked for my and my schedule with my daughter as I am a single mom who also works a full time job as well.

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Degree: Criminal Justice
Graduation Year: 2023

In the beginning there were some issues with my student loans but I think it takes a little patience and understanding. Everything is going smooth now with my loan payments. I think this school is wonderful and will recommend it to everyone! In fact, my niece recently started attending. Schooling is what you make of it. It's not about you getting your money from your loans! It's about learning and furthering your education. If you keep that mindset you will excel at Post University. I wish you all luck with your education.

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Degree: Education
Graduation Year: 2019

I transferred to Post from my local state university. I brought 67 credits over with an Education major. Upon registering I asked how many course would transfer....and continued to ask each week for 8 weeks. I began worrying because my 1st course was a Speech & Communication coarse. I told them I already took this course. They told me the courses weren't the same. I argued with them but it did no good. Finally the last week I pressed for an answer and was told only 38 credits would transfer. I questioned then for one week . I reminded them my major didnt change...why would they not accept all the credits. They never gave me a good reason. I told them I am not redoing these courses....and withdrew.

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