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International Admissions Office

Post University 
International Admissions Office
P.O. Box 2540
800 Country Club Road
Waterbury, Connecticut
06723-2540

PostInternational@post.edu
Telephone: 800.582.8250




Full-time day students are those who register for courses starting in September and/or January and who take 12 or more credits but no more than 18 per semester.

For tuition and fees, click here.

For additional costs included under SEVIS I-20 expenses for F-1 visa, see below.


Additional costs included under SEVIS I-20 expenses for F-1 visa: 2017-2018
Books $1,000
Personal/Travel $2,000

Students arriving from foreign countries not on an F-1 visa may apply for financial aid as any other domestic student and receive their scholarship/financial aid package from Post University upon acceptance.

International students on an F-1 visa are eligible for scholarships for each year they are a full-time, matriculated student at Post University! Please contact an Admissions counselor for details.

*New international students are expected to live on campus their first year at Post University unless an exception is made by the Vice President for International Relations.

**International Student Orientation Fee is paid one time by all students coming from abroad to accommodate their early arrival, getting situated and possible assessment for ESL classes. It is required regardless of whether the student takes advantage of these services or not.

***Post University encourages international students to investigate private health insurance that provide more coverage. There are many good programs available on the Internet, and we do not currently endorse any one other another. Students may opt out of the Post University insurance once they provide proof of coverage, thus avoiding the $175 USD insurance plan fee.

If you have questions, please contact: Joseph Chabot, Director of Main Campus Admissions/PDSO, at 203.596.4630, or via email at jchabot@post.edu.


 

Payment Schedule

Payments are due to Post University by July 15 for the Fall Semester and December 15 for the Spring Semester.