ADA Turns 30 Post University is proud to support the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) 30th Anniversary. On July 26, we celebrate this important civil rights law that prohibits discrimination against individuals with disabilities in all areas of public life,...
July 14, 2020 We are pleased to see the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement guidelines, which threatened the education of international students, rescinded. This means students can take courses online and reside in the United States. Our international students...
Today, we heard that the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) announced that the fall semester sports have been postponed until the spring due to the ongoing health concerns presented by the coronavirus.
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Begun in 2017, National Intern Day, which is celebrated the last Thursday each July, recognizes accomplishments of college students and all their contributions to the businesses and organizations they are interning at.
Post Alumna Maria Kaloidis is 2020 Connecticut State Ambassador for the Muscular Dystrophy Association. Kaloidis graduated this year with a double major in biology and human services, along with a minor in chemistry.
This summer, we’re introducing a few of the associates and faculty who will be a part of our students’ First-Year Experience. Read about Caitlyn Masiewicz.
Smartphones can be highly distracting. But when the right apps are used they can keep college students organized and on task. Here’s 10 apps to download.
You’ve worked hard for your existing college credits, so transferring them to a new school can help you reach your goals. Learn how to make this happen.
Nurses of all experience levels can benefit from targeted mobile apps. Improve your productivity as a nurse with the top nursing apps in 2020.