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This Week’s Activities and Events Highlights

  • ADP Advising Online Graduate Students: Finishing Strong and Starting Off Successfully Workshop
    Monday, April 10, 2023 7:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Eastern time | Join virtually at event time
  • Special Guest Speaker: Jim Leyritz
    Wednesday, April 12, 2023 1:45 p.m. – 3:15 p.m. Eastern time | Drubner Center – Gymnasium or join virtually at event time
  • International Office presents “Life after F-1 with Lauren Jo”
    Wednesday, April 12, 2023 6:00 p.m. Eastern time | MacDermid 116
  • ADP Advising Online Student Time Management Workshop
    Saturday, April 15, 2023 1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. Eastern time | Join virtually at event time

Check Out the University Calendar for Everything Happening at Post!

Eagles Fans – don’t miss out on any of the action – head on over to the Athletics website for upcoming competitions, season standings, stats, and links to game live streams. Don’t forget to tag your social media posts with #GoPostEagles – we’ll share our favorites on the digital screens around campus, on the official Post University accounts, and in this newsletter!

Make April a month of joy, hope, and new beginnings. This is something that military children everywhere have to deal with on a continuous basis. Jumping from state to state and home to home can feel like an adventure as an adult. However, as a kid or a teenager, it can mean life-altering changes, missed friendship opportunities, and being torn away from something that has finally become familiar. April is the Month of the Military Child – a month to shine on the resilience of the kids of our brave men and women around the world. Are you a military family? Do you have kids that are struggling with change or want to celebrate them this month? Check out these resources here:,April%2C%20but%20all%20year%20long.
As a military-friendly school, Post University has quite a few military-affiliated students. Check out all of the ways Post Makes It Personal for our men and women who serve:

Upcoming Events

The OSGA hosted by the Equine Club would like to invite you to an evening with Anni Noel, an Equine Transporter, on April 24th at 8pm EST. Join us at the event time at this link:

Did you know the opioid epidemic has become so large that it caused over 80,000 deaths last year alone? Want to know more or see if there’s a way you can help if you experience someone going through an overdose? Join the OSGA as the Emergency Management and Homeland Security Club hosts an evening of Narcan Training on April 25th at 6pm EST. This knowledge could be vital and may one day help you save a life. Join us at event time at this link: ?oeidk=a07ejp8ky37bf90cbf2&oseq=&c=&ch=&fbclid=IwAR1WBGyQqg-9XEa04hTkx9tArnl051ue6Sena_II8T7BCWmaC1i2TcmoJUQ

OSGA Senator Spotlight

This Senator Spotlight highlights the Arts and Science Committee’s Vice Chairwoman Teresa Moreno and her accomplishment of placing 2nd in the Baldrige Ambassadors Excellence Contest. We know all of the hard work and dedication that Vice Chairwoman Moreno puts into anything she takes on, and she deserves the spotlight for this amazing accomplishment. Great job, and congratulations from all of us at the Online Student Government Association, Vice Chairwoman Moreno!

Associate Spotlight: Linda Kobylarz
Honors Program Director Receives Award Recognizing Commitment to Honors Students and Education


Linda Kobylarz, director of the Honors Program, has been selected as the 2023 Honors Professional of the Year Award recipient by the Northeast Regional Honors Council (NRHC).  Please join us in congratulating Linda on this well-deserved honor!  Read more.

Share your voice – serve your Post community

Dear Students,

We want to hear from you! It’s been about a year since we updated our mission statement, and we want to know your thoughts—you are the driving force behind our mission and your feedback is invaluable. Please take a moment to complete this 3-question survey regarding the effectiveness of the Post University Mission Statement.

Thank you!

-The Accreditation Team

Mark Your Calendar – Final Baldrige Fireside Chat of Spring 2023

Join The Malcolm Baldrige School of Business for a conversation with Michele Brescia ’07, ’10.  Michele is a seasoned professional with over 25 years of experience in the relocation industry.  Currently, she is President and CEO of ARC Relocation. With her extensive knowledge and experience in the industry, she is a well-respected leader who is known for her ability to drive growth and success for her organization. Michele is passionate about helping people achieve their life goals.  A certified life and career coach, she has invested her time in her staff over the years to help them reach their highest potential.

Don’t forget – this is your last chance to be entered into the drawing to win a pair of Beats headphones!

Weekly Wellness Corner

The Weekly Wellness Corner is brought to you by Mental Health and Wellness Services – here, you’ll find content, tips, tricks, programs, and resources to help you thrive as a Post Eagle!

Speak with LOVE

If you knew your words would attract more of what they spoke, would you choose to speak differently? The words we speak become the world we live in. Whatever follows “I am” we actively invite into our lives. Speak from a place of love and compassion for yourself and others.

When we speak negatively about others, we are effectively rejecting ourselves, because we are all connected. The ability to speak compassionately about others is a direct reflection of the compassion we have towards ourselves.

The words we speak become the world we live in.

5 Reasons Why You Need Handshake!


In case you missed the news, the Center for Career and Professional Development brought Handshake to Post in March.  Handshake is an online platform that connects all students to job and internship opportunities and employers across the country.  You may be wondering why you need Handshake.  We could give you a million, but here are the top 5:

  1. Competitive AdvantageHandshake is the only place that connects you, Post University, and employers together. You’ll see jobs and internships posted specifically for students, and employers actively recruiting for jobs and internships.
  2. Active Recruiters Employers on Handshake message students with event invites, interview requests, and new job opportunities.
  3. No Experience RequiredThe jobs on Handshake are meant for students like you, so you can get the work experience you need.
  4. Curated Work Opportunities – When you fill out your profile, we’ll show you jobs and internships that match your interests and skills. You may even discover a new career path.
  5. Exciting Employers – Top employers are recruiting students on Handshake, including Fortune 500, startups, nonprofits, and more.

Visit the Center for Career and Professional Development in North 103 or email the team at [email protected] to sign-up for a Handshake account.



Mark your calendar – The Center for Career and Professional Development will be hosting an Introduction to Handshake workshop on Wednesday, April 26, 2023 from 1:45 p.m. – 2:45 p.m. Eastern time.  Main Campus students can attend in-person (North 109) and the workshop will also be held virtually for Online students, which can be accessed here.

For most of us, there never seems to be enough time in the day, especially when it comes to exercise. Life is unpredictable, with school, work, athletics, kid’s schedules, appointments, social events, sickness, tiredness, or plain lack of motivation stealing time away from us. But, the fact is, if you take a deeper look at your daily schedule, you can find time to exercise. Fitting in just 10 minutes of continual exercise here and there throughout your day gives you several health benefits, including improved mood and energy levels. The key is making exercise convenient. Remember, all physical activities, not just formal exercise programs at the gym, add up to a healthier you. Here’s how:

Exercise During Everyday Activities

  • Park your car farther away from your destination and walk the extra steps to work, stores, appointments, errands
  • Take the stairs instead of the elevator every chance you get
  • Spend time actively playing with your children or grandchildren
  • Walk in rather than use the drive-through window
  • Carry bags to your car instead of using a shopping cart
  • Anytime you’re standing in a line, contract your abs 10 times and then your glutes (“back end” muscles) 10 times
  • If you take the bus or the subway, get off at an earlier stop and walk the remaining distance to your destination

Check out even more resources on SOAR – our Student Online Assistance Resource:

Call: 833.515.0772
TTY: 800.697.0353
App: GuidanceNowSM