At Post University, serving those who serve our country is an honor and a privilege.Â Founded in 1890, Post University has been a pioneer in providing educational benefits to military personnel since 1976. With the help of faculty and staff who also have served as part of our nation's Armed Forces, we have designed our current-day military program to meet the needs of those who have served or are serving their country.Â Thatâ€™s why we offer unique educational opportunities for Active Duty, Veteran and Military Dependent students.
We took the time to learn what military personnel need to be successful in this kind of program, and then made sure we could provide it. In fact, the Post University Military Program is directed by a retired Lt. Col. in the Army, who is supported by others who've served our country. Simply put, Post University is deeply committed to honoring the service of our nationâ€™s military personnel and their dependents â€“ past, present and future.
Since Post University is a traditional, accredited University with an excellent online program, we can meet the needs of military personnel in flexible ways that fit your lifestyle.
Post University has a signed Memorandum of Understanding with the United States Department of Defense, and is a proud participant in the Yellow Ribbon Program. Post Universityâ€™s programs also are listed in the Defense Activity for Non-Traditional Education Support (DANTES) catalog, which enables students to receive tuition reimbursement support available under DANTES for the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Army Reserves, Air Force Reserves, and the Air National Guard.
MILITARY STUDENT TUITION REFUNDS
Refunds for Military personnel dropping/withdrawing from courses are handled according to the following chart:
|0-6Â Days After the Course Start DateÂ||100%|
|7-13Â Days After the Course Start DateÂ||50%|
|14 or More Days After the Course Start DateÂ||0%|
Students receiving financial aid should consult with the Office of Student Finance to determine how their award package may be affected. The Office of Student Finance makes disbursements after the end of the Add/Drop period in order to determine a student’s enrollmentÂ status and eligibility.
Military Student Complaints
At Post University, we take pride in providing a high quality education and exceptional student support, and encourage you to contact your academic success counselor, professor or the relevant department head directly if you encounter any problems during your time at Post. Departmental contact information can be found here. If you or your family member receives tuition assistance or is a Military Spouse Career Advancement Accounts Scholarship recipient, please click the following link if you wish to submit a complaint through the Military Postsecondary Education Complaint System.