The Academic Affairs Office works with faculty, staff, and students to maintain and enhance the quality of students’ educational experiences and academic support services. The office also serves as the focal point for dialogue in the formulation and maintenance of policies, procedures, and guidelines for all academic affairs of Post University. The goals of Academic Affairs include the following:
- Providing leadership in creating a dynamic learning environment committed to a remarkable student experience that successfully prepares graduates to meet their academic and career goals.
- Developing a culture of learning excellence and professionalism that attracts and retains students, faculty, and staff.
- Assessing student learning outcomes in an effort to continually improve the student learning experience and promote accountability across the Post University.
- Fostering student achievement and development by committing to individualized advising, career and learning support services, curricular enrichment, and international experiences.
- Promoting the advancement of faculty by providing professional development opportunities and supporting scholarly contribution and intellectual engagement.
The graduate and undergraduate curricula are designed to prepare students for a successful career. Post University is organized into two major divisions the Main Campus and Accelerated Degree Programs. The Main Campus is located in Waterbury, CT, at which students generally attend classes as full-time students in two 16-week semesters (undergraduate) or six, 8-week terms (graduate). Students may live on campus or commute to campus for their classes.
Accelerated Degree Program (Online)
Students in the Accelerated Degree Program take accelerated online courses scheduled in six, 8-week terms each year. Depending on the degree program they are pursuing, Accelerated Degree Program students have the option of fulfilling their course classes completely online or at one of our regional sites.
Intellectual Property Policies
Post University’s courses contain copyrighted resources created by the University or licensed from various third parties. In compliance with U.S. Copyright Law, these resources may not be reproduced, revised, or distributed without the written permission of Post University. Students found to be in violation of this policy are subject to civil and criminal liabilities associated with the Federal Copyright Act and risk dismissal from the University under the Academic Dishonesty policy. Unless otherwise noted, access to these materials are limited to the duration of the course. Student should contact the library (email@example.com) for information on which resources can be printed.
Intellectual Property Protection
Post University requires all contracted Course Developers to sign an Intellectual Property Agreement which governs the rights to both arising and background intellectual property as well as Copyright notice requirements. All developed course materials are the property of Post University.