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Waterbury, Conn. (October 29, 2020) – Post University has entered into a memorandum of understanding with three Massachusetts institutions: Bristol Community College, Springfield Technical Community College and Holyoke Community College. The articulation agreements between the three institutions will allow students completing associate degrees to continue their education at Post University.

A total of 60 credits will be applied to their undergraduate studies at the University.

“These new partnerships have been designed with the unique needs of each community college’s student population in mind,” said Post University Provost Dr. Elizabeth Johnson.  “We look forward to having these students become Post Eagles through a supportive and easy transition process that allows them to keep their focus on gaining the skills and knowledge needed for their career of choice.” 

The articulation agreements allow for transfer pathways across 14 different programs, including Business, Biology, Criminal Justice and Communications:


Community College Post University
A.S. Biology B.S. Biology*
A.S. Business Administration Transfer B.S. Business Administration
B.S. Accounting
B.S. Finance
B.S. Human Resource Management
B.S. Management
B.S. Marketing
B.S. Sport Management
A.S. Communication and Digital Media Transfer B.A. in Communication and Media Studies
A.S. Criminal Justice B.S. Criminal Justice
A.S. Computer Science Option, Computer Information Systems B.S. Computer Information Systems
A.A. Human Services/Social Work B.S. Human Services
A.A. Applied Psychology B.A. Psychology
A.S. Early Childhood Education B.S. Child Studies


The University’s academic calendar offers various enrollment windows throughout the year, with dedicated academic and career advisors on hand to support transfer students in navigating the transition.

“We provide a student-friendly pathway that outlines a transfer student’s academic plan, answers questions regarding transfer qualifications and clearly defines expectations for Post students,” explained Virginia Folger, an articulation agreement specialist at Post University.

With the addition of the Massachusetts articulation agreements, Post University now offers transfer programs with 11 institutions across various states, including Connecticut, Rhode Island, Georgia and Washington. Earlier this month, Post reaffirmed its articulation agreement with Bridgeport, Connecticut-based Housatonic Community College for its criminal justice program.

For more information on this and other articulation agreements with Post University, please visit or call 800-660-665.