A college degree is one of the most valuable investments you can make — one that can help you begin or advance your career and improve the future for you and your family. We understand paying for higher education may be a concern, and at Post University, you don’t have to put your dreams on hold because of cost.
Our team of financial aid experts is here to help you find scholarships, federal aid, grants, and loans that may be available to you. With so many options to consider, you may qualify for more than you think.
By working one-on-one with our trained financial aid advisors, you will have a partner by your side to explore opportunities for assistance. They will guide you through the entire search and application process and can answer any questions you might have along the way.
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Please note, Post University must follow these federal requirements.
An official high school transcript must be on file to receive financial aid for undergraduate students.
All required financial aid documents must be received for your aid to disburse.
Effective with 2017/2018 award year, many Financial Aid Documents can now be completed electronically online by accessing the documents Tab on your Financial Aid Portal.
Financial aid is earned over a payment period, which consists of two consecutive modules. Financial aid may need to be returned if the modules are not completed.
Successfully complete 67 percent of all attempted courses and maintain a 2.0 GPA if an undergraduate student and a 3.0 GPA if a graduate student.
Half-time enrollment is required to receive federal student loans:
For undergraduates, half time is defined as six credits within the payment period (two consecutive mods) or a semester.
For graduates, half time is defined as three credits within the payment period (two consecutive mods).
Aid is disbursed each module in which there is enrollment. Aid will not be disbursed during periods of non-attendance.
Federal aid has limits that cannot be exceeded. Pell grant: six full-time years. Loans: $31,000 for dependent students; $57,500 for independent students. Borrow conservatively to have enough funds to finish your degree. To view your current outstanding loan balances, please visit the National Student Loan Data System’s website.