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Post University Blog

January 13, 2024

Dear Eagles,

Happy New Year and welcome back to another exciting semester! I hope you had a restful break and are ready for the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead. As we settle into the routine of classes, projects, and exams, it’s essential to be mindful of our own well-being and that of our community.

With the winter months upon us, we continue to see high numbers of colds and flu, as well as COVID and RSV.  Therefore, I want to remind everyone to take extra precautions to stay healthy.  Wash your hands frequently, maintain good hygiene practices, and if you aren’t feeling well, do not go to class or practice and wear a mask around others. Also, consider getting the flu shot and/or COVID vaccines if you haven’t already. The team in Student Health Services is ready to help you and provide further information on Post’s isolation and illness protocols.  Also, information is available on the Center for Disease Control (CDC) website:

Protect yourself from COVID-19, Flu, and RSV (

Now, onto some exciting news! Our Chartwell’s Dining Services team will continue to curate a selection of nutritious and immunity-boosting menu options in the dining hall to help you stay in top form. From hearty soups to vitamin-packed salads, the team will have menus that not only satisfy your taste buds but also supports your overall health.

Additionally, the “To-Go” food lockers will be in full operations this semester. So for those days when you are on a tight schedule, you can order a meal online.  Please follow these instructions, so you can order online and pick up your meal in Leever.  Once you have placed an order, you will be provided with a QR code to scan at the locker in the Leever Center to retrieve your food. This feature allows you to quickly grab a wholesome meal without compromising on nutrition, perfect for busy students like you.

Remember, your well-being is our top priority, and we’re here to support you in every possible way.

Wishing you a fantastic semester filled with academic success, personal growth, and, of course, good health! If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Dean of Students Dawn Sherman. Ed.D or myself.

Kind regards,

Scott Allen

Senior Vice President