Since our founding in 1890, Post University has experienced many changes. Our class environment has evolved from typewriters to laptops and expanded far beyond our traditional campus — to home offices, living room sofas. Throughout the years, one thing has persisted: our purpose, to deliver an exceptional educational experience that provides an extraordinary level of personal support.
Today, Post University students can take courses entirely online or through a hybrid on-campus and online format. They can also learn on our traditional New England campus and experience our dynamic culture and tight-knit community while enjoying our residential experience, commuting from home, or learning during evening and weekends.
However you choose to learn at Post University, our supportive staff will always be available to offer advice, counsel and support.
The Office of the Registrar provides helpful academic information and services to students, faculty and administration of Post University. The office registers students, manages student records, certifies students for graduation, and provides students with transcripts of their academic work. The registrar also administers veterans’ benefits, verifies student enrollment to lending institutions and insurance companies, and files all required federal and state reports.
Living on campus means you’ll be part of the Post family. You’ll not only meet new roommates and friends, but there’s also a whole community of people here to help you get adjusted to campus life.
The Traurig Library and Learning Center is home to a wealth of resources, including over 13,000 print books and 1,262 media, 45 online databases, a growing e-book and virtual reference collection, a cataloged government documents repository, and specialized collections of legal reference sources and a unique equine management print and media collection.
All residence hall rooms are equipped with cable TV and computer internet access. Students must provide their own equipment (computer, television) to access the Post University information network. If assistance is needed with one of these items, the ICT Helpdesk is available.
At Post University we are serious about our students’ health. Our Health Services office is staffed by one registered nurses and the University physician is available on a weekly basis. In addition, walk-ins are welcome during open hours.”
Post University’s Office of Residence Life is focused on creating a strong and involved community of learners. By living on campus, it is our sincere hope that students will fully embrace their development inside and outside the classroom. Living in a community can come with unique challenges, but amazing rewards of friendship, growth, and connection. The Office of Residence Life seeks to help students reach their full potential, by striving to foster a healthy and safe living learning community. The Office of Residence Life embraces diversity and promotes its vision through individual enrichment and leadership development opportunities.
A variety of social and educational clubs and organizations are available for participation for students. These organizations are designed around the needs and interests of the student population. Students are encouraged to join campus organizations as a means of meeting new friends and obtaining experiential learning opportunities outside of their regular classroom programs. The following clubs and organizations eagerly welcome all students.
Post University is accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education.