WATERBURY, CONN. (March 28, 2022) – Post University is pleased to announce the appointment of Caitlyn Masiewicz as university registrar. Masiewicz has served as interim university registrar for Post since August of 2021 and has worked in various roles at Post for 14 years.
As University Registrar, Masiewicz will helm the office’s responsibilities in providing helpful academic information and services to students, faculty, and administration. She will also implement processes which efficiently and accurately maintain student data, oversee evaluation and application of transfer credit, development of articulation and affiliation agreements, conferral of degrees and certificates, as well as uphold and enforce all academic University policies.
“For more than a decade, Caitlyn has been dedicated to advancing the needs of Post’s students and faculty. As someone who has worked at nearly every level in our university system, she holds a deep understanding of our long-term vision,” said Dr. Elizabeth Johnson, Post University provost. “I have the utmost confidence in her ability to lead the Registrar’s Office and am so excited to see what she’ll accomplish in this next part of her journey at Post.”
Masiewicz brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise about the university’s academic offerings, student life and culture to her new position. She began her career at Post in 2008 as a residence hall director and student disability services coordinator. While in her role with residence life, Masiewicz earned her master’s in education at Post. After graduating in 2011, Masiewicz transitioned into an academic advising role with Main Campus. For the next seven years she rose within the department, serving as the director of Main Campus advising and as senior director of Main Campus enrollment.
She has played an integral role in updating and implementing Post’s student information systems, ensuring the accuracy of student records and promoting efficiency in students’ academic process. She is inspired by the hard work and dedication of the students at Post along with the comradery and community of the associates she works with on a daily basis.
Masiewicz earned her undergraduate degree from Central Connecticut State University. In addition to serving the students and faculty at Post, she enjoys traveling to Walt Disney World and spending time with friends and family and lives with her husband in Waterbury, CT.