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If I want to apply to Post, what are the steps?

Good news–there are only 3!

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Submit your application

Provide your official high school transcript or GPA Attestation Form

Finalize your funding plan

One of our Admissions Representatives will help you through the process. As a member of your student experience team, their role is to help you determine if Post will be a good fit for you and assist you every step of the way, ultimately helping to prepare you for a successful academic career.

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Do I need to submit a personal essay?

Post does not require a traditional college admissions essay when applying. Once you are accepted, you will be required to take an English placement test that includes a series of short essay questions.

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What about my test scores, do you need those?

SAT/ACT scores are only required for student-athletes. For everyone else, providing these scores is optional, even for those looking to go into the Honors Program. If you’re an international student, however, you will need to submit test scores to demonstrate English language proficiency.

Are there options for how and when I can apply?

At Post, you have the opportunity to apply in four different ways:

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Early
Action

Nov 1-Nov 15

Non-binding decision if accepted by Post

Regular
Decision

Feb 1-May 1

Submit by Feb. 1st, decide by May 1st (National Deadline)

Curious about deadlines?

The Post University Admissions Team is always here to answer your questions. Use the form below to contact us and we will direct you on how to apply, at any time.

Can I take a look at your application?

Absolutely! The application is available for free here, and there is no fee to apply.

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Ready to take the next step?

We have people who can explain it all for you, at any time, throughout your Post career.

We have people who can explain it all for you, at any time, throughout your Post career.