Post University's Academic Advising program is an integral part of the University's academic support services. It provides each student with personalized and proactive coaching provided by a member of Post University's faculty. Our goal, simply put, is to help you reach your goals.
Once a student selects a major, the Vice President of Academic Affairs assigns a faculty member to serve as that student's advisor. Student also may request a specific faculty advisor.
Post University's academic advisors assist students in selecting majors, scheduling courses, and interpreting and fulfilling academic policies and procedures. They also often serve as mentors, providing students with practical advice and guidance on how best to achieve their academic, personal and career goals.
The Advising Center is located on the first floor of Torrance Hall.
Prospective students who are having difficulty selecting a major should work closely with the Academic Advising Office and Admissions to identify a major that meets the student's career needs and objectives. There are resources available in the Office of Career Development to assist potential students in assessing their individual preferences, strengths, weaknesses and interests – all of which is helpful in choosing a major.
Caitlyn Whitmoyer, Assistant Director of Main Campus Advising, 203-596-4539, firstname.lastname@example.org
Suzanne Koulouris, Academic Advisor, 203-596-4606, email@example.com
Anthony Medaglia, Academic Advisor, 203-591-7388, firstname.lastname@example.org