Financing Your Education

At Post University, we believe an education is an essential part of your future success. The University’s financial aid staff will work with you and your family to develop a plan to make your education affordable. To develop the most comprehensive plan that utilizes all available resources, we encourage students and parents to apply for all available scholarships, federal aid, grants, and loans. Our financial aid staff can deliver a financial aid award letter to you in as few as 7 to 10 days after you have completed and submitted all required financial aid forms. Financial Aid commitments are made on a first-come, first-served basis.

When you submit your application for admission, it is important that you indicate whether you intend to apply for financial aid. Once the admissions office receives your completed application, you will be contacted to initiate your financial aid application. Only accepted students, whose financial aid applications are complete, will be considered for financial aid awards. To maintain awards, students must demonstrate satisfactory academic progress (SAP). Students must refer to the Post University catalog to understand the specific requirements for meeting SAP.

A vast majority of students today use some combination of the following to finance their education and day-to-day living expenses:

  • Loans

  • Scholarships

  • Federal Financial Aid through the filing of a FAFSA

  • Payment plans 

  • Other Useful Resources


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Office of Student Finance

Post University
P.O. Box 2540
800 Country Club Road
Waterbury, CT 06723
Phone: 800.345.2562
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