Applying for Federal Student Aid


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For students to receive financial aid, they must be accepted for admission to Post University.  Please visit Admissions for information on admissions requirements.

Undergraduate students attending on campus may be eligible for some federal financial aid if they take a minimum of three credits during each semester which is 16 weeks long.  Students must be enrolled for at least six credit hours each semester to be considered for federal student loans.

Post University admits students on a rolling basis, therefore there is no strict financial aid deadline.  However, online students are encouraged to submit all financial aid documentation at least one week prior to the start of a module to ensure the financial aid can be disbursed promptly. 

After submitting the admission application, your financial aid advisor will assist you with the financial aid process. 

To start the financial aid process, complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), which determines eligibility for federal grant and loan programs.