Post University received Gold Status designation because it ensures military students are successful both in the classroom and after graduation.
A comprehensive guide for veterans interested in going to college to earn a degree or take a few classes. Learn about potential career paths, costs and questions to ask before choosing a school.
Originally called “Armistice Day,” Veterans Day was intended to serve as a time that would remind nations to always strive for peaceful relationships. Over the decades, the date took on new significance as more worldwide conflicts erupted into war.
Post University has been military-friendly since 1976, but where are we now? Charles Young, the Director of Military Field Enrollment, gives an update.
The Post-9/11 GI Bill helps military veterans and dependents pay for school or job training. Get the full details on how you can get a college education.
Follow this 6-step guide to getting your degree and you’ll leave the armed forces more prepared for the next stage of your life, with a degree in hand.