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How College to Career Classes Benefit Our Students

Post Alumnus Kadeem Short secured his desired internship opportunity while taking College to Career 301 – Professional Success Seminar during his senior year.  Before completing his degree, he interned at American Red Cross in New York City, where he was involved in service delivery and was acclimated to the day-to-day work of the non-profit organization. Click here to read the full blog.

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Survey Opportunities

The following surveys are available in the Virtual Campus in Swoop’s Perch.  Please take a moment to complete one or all of these surveys.  Additionally, we will continue to share survey results and actions on Swoop’s Perch, along with additional survey opportunities.  Stop by Swoop’s Perch often to share your thoughts on these various survey opportunities!

Mobile App Survey

As part of our ongoing efforts to improve the user experience of the Post University mobile app, you are invited to complete this short survey.  Please take 3-5 minutes to share how you use the mobile app and any other feedback you may have to help us deliver the best possible student experience through this tool.  At the end of the survey, you will be invited to participate in a focus group on the mobile app user experience.  You will be asked to provide your contact information which will only be used to share more information on the focus groups.  All responses will remain anonymous.  We appreciate you taking the time to complete the survey and share your valuable feedback.

External Survey Opportunity #1 

You are invited to participate in the data collection of a doctoral student from Southern CT State University.  The doctoral dissertation study entitled, A Framework for Success: A Case Study Analysis of the Perceived Efficacy of Veteran Friendly Practices in Two Universities, is focused on examining the experiences of US Military personnel who are students in an online remote learning higher education setting or those who are enrolled in a traditional ground-based (brick and mortar) university.  Information regarding the reported experiences of students who are military in either setting is often presented generally.  This research study is seeking to identify and confirm factors concerning the higher education experiences of students who are military that have the potential to support military personnel student success pursuing higher education.

The information that results from this study may enhance Post University’s understanding of student experience and inform our practices and interest in continuing to make the experience of military personnel students at Post personal and extraordinary.

We are assured that the study is structured to protect the anonymity of all who choose to participate. Your participation in this survey is greatly appreciated by the doctoral student conducting this research.  Post University is supportive of the efforts of the researcher and approves the invitation for you to participate.  While the decision is yours alone, Post University has provided permission to Michael Kuszpa to request your support of his efforts to collect data from our students who are military veterans.

This study has been approved by the Southern Connecticut State University Institutional Review Board (SCSU-IRB Protocol #107), and is being supervised by Peter Madonia, Ed.D. If there are any questions please email Michael Kuszpa [email protected] or Peter Madonia, Ed.D. at [email protected].

External Survey Opportunity #2

Two associate faculty members at Post University are conducting a study and respectfully request your participation. The world has seen a significant amount of changes as a result of the pandemic, especially with numerous services (including education) shifting to an online/virtual environment. The purpose of our study is to explore the study habits of students who are enrolled in at least one fully online course and how those study habits may or may not affect their health.

It is critical to note that participation in this study is completely voluntary. Though we do believe the results could greatly assist researchers/educators in the future, as well as Post University’s leadership, there is no obligation to participate. The study takes the form of an online survey which should take around 5 – 10 minutes to complete. Data and results will be held in the strictest of confidence.


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