By Katie Shpak, University Writer
New and improved resources are available at Post University for both our on campus and online students!
While the student portal is not a new resource for returning students, changes have been made in order to improve student experiences at Post. Once you sign into your portal, six tiles will appear on the right-hand side. These tiles are only a click away from the most frequently used and needed resources. These tiles are as follows:
- Classroom – This is how you access Blackboard and all of your coursework
- Profile – Here you will see your student personal information
- Registration – This is where you will register for your online courses (ground campus courses coming soon)
- Student Email – One-click Access to your Post.edu email and Microsoft 365 products
- Finance – This is where you will see your Financial aid information, award letter, bank mobile, and where you can make payments
- Document Center – Here is where your important University documents are housed
The student portal will continue to undergo additional improvements to the side menu on the left of the page as well as enhance many other areas of the portal. You will be notified when these changes occur.
In addition to the changes within the portal, Post University added two brand new resources for you to enrich all areas of your college experience.
We now have our very own Post University App.
The app will allow you to engage with one another, participate in clubs, and get news and alerts. The app also shows upcoming events, including sports games and guest speakers, as well university contact information and links to other student resources such as the portal.
The App will be available on Android and iOS operating systems.
The last, and possibly most important, resource available for you is YOU@Post, a unique and free web portal dedicated to student health, happiness and success. YOU@Post helps lead to success in academics as well as focusing on physical and mental health. It also assists you in finding a purpose and sense of connection and involvement in the university.
Whether you are a student who struggles with grades, stress, anxiety, or even making new friends, YOU@Post has resources to help. It emphasizes individual well-being and self-awareness by offering tools and resources for exactly what you need to succeed, thrive, and matter… 24/7.
You@Post serves up relevant information and campus resources, and the content becomes personalized as you complete brief assessments, fill out a profile, or search for something specific. There also is a built-in function where you can set goals and check them off as you go.
All information is completely confidential; no one can track what information you are searching.
YOU@Post is located in your student portal. There is also a link off the Counseling Center homepage. You will use your university email address and password of choice to log in.