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I am thrilled to share the inaugural edition of Post University Magazine. This project has been a labor of love for many, and I couldn’t be more excited to see it come to life.

From our early beginnings as a business school in downtown Waterbury, Post University embraced changing market dynamics. It evolved and innovated over the years as we collaborated on possibilities, not what is probable or predictable. The institution today has been transformed over the decades, especially over the past few years.

Our online education modality was pioneered almost 25 years ago and has allowed Post University to reach thousands more highly diverse students from across the country and internationally, many of whom would not have otherwise had access to higher education, whether because of cost, flexibility in the modality, or geographic reach.

The University has seen its standings in U.S. News & World Report ascend quickly and earn consistent recognition as an employer of choice by Top Workplace. As the second largest institution of higher education in the State of Connecticut, an expansion of exceptional quality programs, the excellent standing with all our institutional and programmatic accreditors, all made possible by an invaluable team of dedicated professionals, allows us to be more accessible to those seeking educational opportunities in the world.

It’s truly an exciting time to be part of Post University as we continue to grow, evolve, innovate, and change the lives of so many people.

Embrace the magazine as a source of inspiration, and a window into the remarkable world of Post University. I encourage you to dive in, explore its pages, and share it with your friends, family, and networks. Let’s use this magazine as a vehicle to amplify our voice and celebrate the essence of our University.

Thank you for your unwavering commitment. I am so proud to be a fellow Eagle.

Let us know your thoughts and feedback by contacting us at [email protected]. We look forward to hearing from you, as well as your contributions to future editions.

Kind regards,

John L. Hopkins

Chief Executive Officer & President