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Post University

United States
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About Post University

Post University offers high quality education and exceptional student support services, no matter how you earn your degree. You can live and learn on our traditional New England campus and experience our dynamic culture and tight-knit community. You can also learn completely online, or in an evening and weekend format. However you choose to learn, you’ll have guidance every step of the way.

*Information sourced from Post University's official website.

Campus information

  •  Danbury Campus
  •  Wallingford Campus
  •  Waterbury Campus

Accommodation

Post University offers six residents halls of varying sizes. Five halls are Traditional Style residence halls and are co-ed-by-floor. All renovated halls offer individual heating and air conditioning units, tile flooring, and new, updated furniture in each room. Each hall offers a kitchen, laundry room and spacious common areas in which students may interact with one another to create a sense of community.

West Hall
Housing approximately 100 students, West Hall was renovated in the summer of 2011. Its spacious lounge area features a ping pong table, large HDTV with gaming system, and vending machines. West also houses five Peer Educator Resident Assistants to help the first year students housed in this building acclimate to the college environment easier. Learn more information about our First Year Experience program.

South Hall
Renovated during the summer of 2012, South Hall houses approximately 60 upper classmen students. On its lower floor lounge, South boasts a beautiful pool table and large HDTV to facilitate a comfortable and fun common area where students can relax and bond. South houses three Resident Assistants to provide support for its residents.

East Hall
Also housing approximately 60 upper classmen students, East Hall provides a more affordable option for our students, while still offering some updated amenities. The lounge was recently updated over the 2013-2014 academic year to feature new, comfortable furniture and a large HDTV and gaming system. East Hall also houses three Resident Assistants to support its residents.

Middle Hall
The second of our un-renovated buildings, is one of our smallest communities, housing just 44 first year residents and two Peer Educator Resident Assistants. It is an affordable option for first year students. Its common area, updated over the summer of 2014, features new, comfortable sofas, a vending machine and a large HDTV and gaming system. 

Paparazzo Hall
Renovated over the summer of 2013, is the second of our smallest communities, also housing 44 first year students and three Peer Educator Resident Assistants. Paparazzo Hall offers a lounge area with comfortable seating and a large HDTV and gaming system. 

Okinaga Hall
The sixth and newest constructed residence hall is our upper classmen, apartment-style hall. For an additional fee, upper classmen students can opt to live in a fully furnished suite with two, three or four single bedrooms, a common living room, a full-sized kitchen, and one or two full bathrooms. Okinaga Hall also offers a spacious “Great Room,” which offers a large HDTV, vending machines, pool and ping pong tables, and is an excellent venue for programs. Okinaga Hall has ample washers and driers for residents to use. 

Residence Hall Amenities:       

  • All residence hall room windows are standard size: 46” x 46”
  • All residence hall rooms have free access to cable television
  • All residence halls have free wireless access
  • All residence halls offer energy efficient washers and driers
  • Exterior telephones are mounted on the outside of each residence hall and throughout campus for student safety
  • Well-lit parking lots are located near all buildings for student convince and safety

*Information sourced from Post University's official website.

Additional info

Post University welcomes international applications. Prospective International students must submit the following documents to the office of International Admissions:

  • An application for admission
  • An official English translation of all secondary school and/or college transcripts
  • An official transcript high school and/or college in native language
  • A letter of recommendation from a teacher

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Courses available 10

Accounting and Finance 2 Applied and Pure Sciences 1 Business and Management 3 Education and Teaching 1 Humanities & Social Sciences 2 Law 1

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