ScholarShips

Post University offers the following scholarships to ADP students. Scholarship awards have no repayment obligation. However, students are required to maintain specific academic standards to keep their award. Scholarships are often included as part of a total financial aid package. A minimum CGPA must be maintained to receive these scholarships.


GRADUATE ALUMNI DISCOUNT

This is award that is given to students who have successfully completed an Undergraduate Degree at Post University and are pursuing a Graduate Degree at Post University.  The amount is 10% off of the Graduate Course Tuition Charges.


POST SCHOLARS SCHOLARSHIP

Matriculated students who demonstrate outstanding academic excellence by earning a grade point average of at least 3.9 upon graduation are named Post University Scholars, and are eligible to receive an additional 10 percent tuition discount beyond the 10 percent Alumni grant on a master’s degree program at the University. The Post University Scholars tuition grant is contingent on the student maintaining a GPA of 3.5 or better as a graduate student. Post University Scholars who drop below a 3.5 GPA in any given module will forfeit the additional 10% tuition grant.


ALL ONE FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

The All One Family Scholarship program was established to make education more affordable for families who have multiple students enrolled at Post University. Available scholarships include:  

For Students Who Wish to Enroll ... Award Amount Who is Eligible?

On Our Waterbury Campus

Up to $5,000 annually

Children, grandchildren or spouses of currently-enrolled Accelerated Degree Program students who want to enroll as new full-time students our Main Campus in Waterbury, CT

25% tuition grant

Siblings who are enrolled on the Main Campus receive a 25% tuition grant divided evenly among them for as long as they are simultaneously enrolled.

In Our Accelerated Online and Evening & Weekend Programs

25% tuition grant

Children, grandchildren, spouses or siblings of currently-enrolled Accelerated Degree Program students who also want to enroll in an accelerated degree program – either completely online or during evenings and weekends at one of our regional locations in Connecticut – receive a 25% tuition grant divided evenly among them for as long as they are simultaneously enrolled.