ADP Academic Advising
At Post University, our Accelerated Degree Program students have access to the same academic support services as our full-time on-campus students, including access to Academic Advising, Tutoring, Writing Center support, and our Virtual Libraryâ€”all at no additional charge. In addition, undergraduate students are assigned a personal Success Coach for their first module to help them navigate the accelerated, online environment.
Your Success Coaches and Academic Advisors know one of your life goals is to graduate from Post University, and we are here to help as you journey from prospective student, to current student, to graduate.
Our staff provides friendly, proactive coaching so students stay on track to succeed, reach their academic goals, and graduate.
Academic Advisors assist their advisees in scheduling courses, and interpreting and fulfilling academic policies and procedures. Our students benefit from individual attention and interaction with their Success Coach and Academic Advisors. You are encouraged to contact us periodically to ensure you are on the right track. We recommend contacting us:
â€˘ At least once a year with your proposed academic schedule
â€˘ Periodically to check in to be sure the records of the University match your records
â€˘ Whenever you have a question, concern or need assistance
For General questions please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or call1.888.801.7373
â€˘ Visit http://register.post.edu to register for online and regional classes
â€˘ You must register online for classes in the Accelerated Degree Programs,
â€˘ To meet graduation goals, it is a vital aspect of your program to plan out your academic schedule as far as you are able (through the last advertised MOD), and to register as soon as MODs are online and available for registration
â€˘ Payment or payment arrangements must be made prior to registration. Please contact the Office of Student Accounts before registering
You are encouraged to register at least two weeks prior to the start of classes.
For questions about registration, billing and Financial Aid questions:
The ADP Advising Guide can be found in the Quick Links section of the Advising page of the website, or by picking up a hard copy in the Advising Office. This is an invaluable resource that may answer most of your Advising questions.
To be considered a matriculated undergraduate online or regional location student at Post University, a student must have: a completed application form, declared a major, official high school diploma, GED, or official high school transcripts, or official transcript(s) from a regionally or nationally accredited college(s) or university(ies) with a minimum of 12 credits completed. Post will matriculate a student in this category once they have the transcript or transcripts that meet the minimum credit transfer of 12 credits. Additional transcripts are accepted only for the purpose of the transfer of credit.