Post University Reviews of Bachelor's in Human Services

  • 7 Reviews
  • Waterbury (CT)
  • Annual Tuition: $16,610
33% 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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Reviews - Bachelor's in Human Services

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Aisha Wilson
  • Reviewed: 10/24/2019
  • Degree: Human Services
"I just graduated from Post with my BS in August. My experience with the professors was incredible, knowledgeable. I felt coming straight from a community college with my AA that the school was the real deal. The classes were engaging, expectations for the workload, and criteria were on point. Overall when I left, I knew I was prepared to jumpstart and utilize my new founded education as I could comprehend and keep up with colleagues and spaces from the Universities throughout the state of California. However my entire experience with my financial advisor left a bad taste in my mouth. In my last two classes I noticed a balance left for fees after my student loan. First, I had to email him a few times over several weeks to get a response. When I finally got a response after forwarding my email over and over, I asked why there was a balance? My financial advisor simply stated, “you should have enough for your remaining courses. Huh? If he is my financial advisor why does he not know that I am in my last two classes? Days later just days from “graduating” he says I owe the school! I don’t have enough to cover, and I will not be allowed my transcripts until I pay in full. I expected a financial advisor to tell me that I am paying for my last classes as that may have been taken care of before graduation. Now my feelings have changed for Post because I cannot apply to graduate schools until this balance is paid. I am a dedicated student with goals, and because I was not appropriately explained my finances (even after asking), my plans have been detoured. The for-profit schools do not care about you they just want the money. I am writing this review, so this does not happen to anyone else. Do not get comfortable with all the fancy titles; the action does not align with the mission. I wished I would have listed and gone to a California State University that I had already been accepted. Best of luck"
  • Reviewed: 8/31/2019
  • Degree: Human Services
"I'm currently a student at post. I am so unhappy. I have great grades and positive experiences with teachers. My problem is with the financial aid department and academic advising. I've been at post for three years and in that time have had 4 different advisors for academics and more than I can count for financial aid. I now somehow owe the school money because an advisor told me that I was fine and it wouldn't affect my financial aid to take time off for maternity. Well that messed everything up. I'm in debt to the school. I have been paying it back but the problem is each time I get a call about it I get angry. I have to re tell the same story and have no one to take responsibility for the action of telling me that I was okay to take the time off. The reason being is the high turn over rate in staff is insane. At this point the Post makes it personal statement that they claim is a joke something is wrong and I'm not sure what. I just know that I am looking forward to graduation and moving on from the mess that this school has created for me and my family."
Kaitlynn Protivansky
  • Reviewed: 5/7/2019
  • Degree: Human Services
"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."
H HIll
  • Reviewed: 1/23/2018
  • Degree: Human Services
"WORST EVER!!! Run Run Run away from this school. Financial aid is a JOKE!! Tuition is far too expensive for what it is a non-accredited hoax. I have spent over 10k and have learned absolutely NOTHING!!! Classes are self taught read read read 100-250 pages a week (before Wednesday might I add) to do discussion boards which are graded by the craziest rubric ever and one paper for an entire grading period. Discussion boards should be a supportive part of a class not the only part of the class. This place is nothing but a rip off."
  • Reviewed: 4/21/2017
  • Degree: Human Services
"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."
  • Reviewed: 5/21/2016
  • Degree: Human Services
"I am currently an online student at Post and so far, I have really enjoyed the online program. Like anything, it takes a minute to learn how to navigate through their online tool, Blackboard, though it honestly is very easy and convenient to use. They also have an app that, does need a few improvements, but is very helpful and allows me to work on my assignments and discussion questions/responses while on the go. I would recommend the app for most online students who are tech-savvy. I transferred from another college back in January of this year where I attended classes in a hands-on manner and I have to say that I enjoy online classes much more. It can be a challenge discipline wise, though I love how convenient it is and that you have the option to work ahead if you so choose. My academic counselor contacts me multiple times per week and always keeps up with me on things. I have not had any issues with the financial department and the experiences I have had so far have been pleasant. I hope that continues. Great university!"
Michele DeRosier
  • Reviewed: 1/4/2016
  • Degree: Human Services
"Disorganized, instructors never consistent - same level completely different expectations - they will take your money - many high student loans and don't care if you're happy or not. Stay away, do your research and make a better choice! Post University is awful!"