Home Schooled Student Admissions
Post University welcomes applications from home-schooled students wishing to pursue further education. We recognize the important contributions home-schooled students make, both in the classroom and in student life. If you are a student who has been home-schooled and are interested in admission to Post University, you should submit the following:
For the purpose of this policy, a home-schooled student is defined as someone who has completed a secondary school education in a home school setting that is treated as a home school or private school under state law.
Home schooled students who have completed a home based secondary education and are at least 18 years of age are eligible for admission to Post University and Post University's Accelerated Degree Program upon satisfaction of all the University's standard admission requirements. The applicant should submit transcripts from any secondary school attended, a high school study plan signed by the parent of provider of the home schooling, and a state secondary completion credential if such documents exist.
However, not all states, including Connecticut, require or issue transcripts, a high school study plan, or a state secondary school credential. In the absence of such documents, the student must sit for and pass a GED federal or state high school equivalency exam.
Home school applicants are required to seek a personal interview with a Post University admissions counselor. Home school applicants denied admission to the University may appeal that decision to the Provost or his designee.
If and when the State of Connecticut enacts laws or issues policies regarding home-schooled students or their admission to State licensed colleges and universities, this policy will be revised and reissued to ensure compliance with Connecticut State Regulations.
Please send your completed application and all other required materials to:
Office of Admissions
P.O. Box 2540
800 Country Club Road
Waterbury, Connecticut 06723-2540
Telephone: 203.596.4520 or 800.345.2562
E-mail may be directed to: email@example.com
Post University subscribes to a rolling admissions policy. The Office of Admissions makes every effort to notify candidates of their admission decision approximately three weeks after receiving a completed application. In some cases, the Admissions Committee may defer making a final decision until it has received a report of the candidate's midterm grades or until a personal interview takes place. If you have not heard back from us within three weeks, feel free to contact the Admissions office to check the status of your application.
Post University has a rolling admissions policy and likewise, a rolling deposit policy. If you are planning to attend Post University you may "save a seat" by submitting your deposits within 30 days of receipt of your acceptance letter. Please print and fill out the Enrollment Deposit Form & Housing Request Form, and submit along with your deposit. All deposits are credited towards your tuition.
All students who want to attend Post University in the Fall must let us know by May 1st. However, due to our small campus size, we strongly advise you to let us know of your intention to start classes within 30 days of receipt of your acceptance letter by signing the letter and returning it with the required deposits.
Here's what you need to do:
All deposits are credited towards your tuition
After May 1, admissions deposits are accepted subject to seating and residence hall availability.