Undergraduate

Admissions Process: Undergraduate Students

You may begin taking courses at Post University while completing the admissions process. You will be permitted to take up to 12 credits while completing the application process, however, you cannot matriculate and will not be eligible for financial aid until your entire application is complete. A completed application must include a copy of your official transcript and must demonstrate that you have met all academic requirements, including having a cumulative GPA of at least 2.0. If your cumulative GPA is less than 2.0, you will be required to submit an admissions essay. Federal financial aid will not be granted until you have matriculated. Post University will order your transcripts for you to make the process easier.

 Please complete, sign and submit a Post University Transcript Request Form to authorize Post University’s Office of Admissions to request your official transcript.

Learn more about admissions policies and requirements for applicants by selecting from the list below:  

Matriculation Policy

To matriculate at Post University means that a student is degree-seeking. To be considered a matriculated undergraduate student, either online or at a regional location, you must have completed these steps:

  • Submit an application form;

  • Declare a major;

  • Download, complete, sign and submit a Post University Transcript Request Form to authorize Post University’s Office of Admissions to request your high school transcripts or GED high school equivalency scores.

  • Submit an Intent to Enroll form for the current term

Admissions Decision Policy

Post University has a rolling admissions policy, allowing decisions to be made as soon as the candidate’s file is complete. In addition to the requirements outlined above, the candidate must have the recommendation of an Admissions Counselor, which is gained through an admissions interview conducted by telephone.

Acceptance to Post University is based on an evaluation of the candidate’s qualifications and the recommendation of an Admissions Counselor. All decisions are made without regard to race, creed, color, religion, national origin, handicap, or sexual orientation.

Contact Information

Post University Online
Office of ADP Admissions
800 Country Club Road
P.O. Box 2540
Waterbury, CT 06723

ADP Conditional Acceptance into a Degree Program
  • Students who do not meet regular admissions requirements may be accepted into a degree program with conditions attached to their acceptance. Once a student has met those conditions, a student may become regularly accepted into the program. If the conditions are not met, the student will be dismissed from the University. Conditional acceptance is not guaranteed and is determined by Post University admissions staff and/or faculty.

  • Conditions include but are not limited to:

    • Applicants must earn a minimum grade of C- in the first class(es)

    • Applicants must meet a minimum number of credits with a minimum GPA (the standard requirement is 12 credits with an average 2.0 GPA),

    • Additional materials may be submitted (e.g. writing samples, letters of recommendation, etc.). All writing samples will be reviewed by the University Learning Center.

    RN to BSN Completion Program Conditional Admission
    For those students who are admitted prior to initial RN licensure, the following standard applies:

    • Documentation of RN licensure eligibility or a statement from the academic nursing program director will be required for admission;

    • A valid RN license will need to be submitted within one MOD (8 weeks) of licensure eligibility;

    • Once a student has met the conditions, a student becomes regularly accepted into the program. If the conditions are not met, the student will be dismissed from the nursing program.

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Office of Online Admissions

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

admissions@post.edu
Telephone: 800.345.2562 or 203.596.4500
Fax: 203.596.4602