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Honors Program Contact

Linda L. Kobylarz
Director, of the Honors Program
203.591.7419
lkobylarz@post.edu




Freshmen

  • High Honors Scholarship  $18,000*

    This annual High Honors Scholarship is offered to full-time, incoming freshmen with a high school GPA of 3.50 or higher. Qualifying students are required to participate in the Honors Program and remain in good standing in the Program.

  • Honors Scholarship  $15,000*
    This annual Honors Scholarship is offered to full-time  incoming freshmen with a minimum high school GPA of 3.00 – 3.49. Qualifying students are eligible to participate in the Honors Program and are encouraged to do so.

Transfer Students

  • High Honors Scholarship   $14,000
    The High Honors Scholarship is offered to full-time, incoming transfer students who have completed at least 15 college credits, with a college GPA of 3.50 or higher.  Qualifying students are required to participate in the Honors Program and remain in good standing in the Program.

  • Honors Scholarship   $12,000
    The annual Honors Scholarship is offered to full-time, incoming transfer students who have completed at least 15 college credits, with a college GPA of 3.00 – 3.49.  Qualifying students are eligible to participate in the Honors Program and are encouraged to do so.


* Note: Entering freshmen seeking admission to the Honors Program who meet the high school cumulative GPA, but do not provide test scores will be considered on a case-by case basis. They will be required to complete an Honors Program admissions interview with a Post University faculty or staff member.


For more information on merit scholarships for incoming freshmen and transfer students offered by Post University, please visit the Scholarships section under Financial Aid.