Homeschooled Students


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Main Campus Admissions Office

Post University
Main Campus Admissions Office
P.O. Box 2540
800 Country Club Road
Waterbury, Connecticut
Telephone: 800.345.2562 or 203.596.4555
Fax: 203.841.1163

Post University welcomes applications from home-schooled students* wishing to pursue further education. Post recognize the important contributions home-schooled students make, both in the classroom and in student life. If a student has been home-schooled and is interested in admission to Post University, should submit the following:

Application for Admission.
Request an official application for admission from the Office of Admissions, complete the form, and return it to the Post University Admissions address provided below. A $40 nonrefundable application fee must accompany the application. Applications may be submitted online at no cost by visiting

Secondary School Transcript.
If one is not available, applicants are asked to submit a portfolio of the work most indicative of academic achievements. This may include two to three records, such as grades from community college courses, AP exam results, examples of independent research in mathematics, science or any other academic subjects, or proof of completing high school graduation requirements.

Official Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) or American College Test (ACT) results.
Home-school portfolios come to us without a basis for comparison. In this context, SAT and ACT scores take on added importance and help us to evaluate every student’s academic preparedness. Our school code for the SAT is 3698 and the school code for the ACT is 0580.

  • A high school study plan signed by the parent or provider of the home schooling, and a state secondary completion credential if such documents exist.

  • Essay/Personal Statement: Decision to be home schooled and description of home-school experience.

  • Letter of Recommendation: One academic letter of recommendation is required.

*Definition of Home-Schooled Student
Post University defines a home-schooled student as someone who has completed a secondary school education in a home school setting that is treated as a home-school or private school under state law. Home schooled students who have completed a home-based secondary education and are at least 18 years of age are eligible for admission to Post University and Post University’s Accelerated Degree Program, upon satisfaction of all the University’s standard admission requirements.

Not all states, including Connecticut, require or issue transcripts, a high school study plan, or a state secondary school credential. If one is not available, applicants are asked to submit a portfolio of the work most indicative of academic achievements. Please refer to Secondary School Transcripts listed above for acceptable submissions.

If and when the State of Connecticut enacts laws or issues policies regarding home-schooled students or their admission to State licensed colleges and universities, this policy will be revised and reissued to ensure compliance with Connecticut State Regulations.

Please send your completed application and all other required materials to:

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

Telephone: 203.596.4520 or 800.582.8250 
Fax: 203.841.1163
Email may be directed to:


Admissions Decision Policy

Post University subscribes to a rolling admissions policy. The Office of Admissions makes every effort to notify candidates of their admission decision within three weeks after receiving a completed application. In some cases, the Admissions Committee may defer making a final decision until it has received a report of the candidate's midterm grades, newly submitted SAT or ACT test scores, or until a personal interview takes place. Applicants are asked to contact the Admissions Office to check on the status of the application.

Accepted Student Enrollment Deposit

If an applicant is accepted and plans to attend Post University, please submit the enrollment deposit within 30 days of receipt of the acceptance letter. This will reserve a seat in the upcoming class and a room in a residence hall, as needed. Please fill out the Enrollment Deposit Form & Housing Request form, and submit along with the deposit. The deposit is credited toward tuition and is refundable until May 1st .

All students who want to attend Post University in the fall must inform the Main Campus Admissions office by May 1st. However, due to the small campus size, accepted students are strongly advised to inform the Main Campus Admissions office of his/her intent to start classes within 30 days of receipt of the accepted student’s letter. Please sign the acceptance letter and return it with the required deposits within 30 days of receipt. Accepted students are asked to:

  • Return the Housing Deposit Form and Enrollment Deposit Form with the required $100.00 deposit, if a student plans to live on campus.

  • Return the Enrollment Deposit Form with the required $100 commuter deposit, if a student plans to live off campus.

All deposits are credited toward a student’s tuition. After May 1st, admissions deposits are non-refundable. International students receiving a Form I-20 are required to submit a non-refundable $400.00 enrollment deposit..