Always Here For

Advice. Tutoring. Career coaching. Mental health counseling. Whatever type of support you need, it’s available to you throughout your Post career.

Q:

I’m not really sure what I want to study, or what my course load will look like. What do I do?

Every student at Post has a Student Experience Team comprised of Admissions Representatives, a Student Finance Specialist, and an Academic Success Counselor, all of whom make the success of their students their primary goal. From the first conversation you have with admissions all the way through to graduation, we help our students with their goals, strengths, and opportunities for growth. If you aren’t sure of your future career path or need help being successful in your courses, we will help you figure it out!

Q:

Will my Academic Success Counselor stay with me throughout my time at Post?

 Students who begin their academic journeys at Post as freshmen are assigned a first-year Academic Success Counselor. This counselor works with you throughout your freshman year to provide guidance and support for you as you transition and establish yourself as a college student. Once you complete your first year, you will be assigned an Academic Success Counselor who works with upperclassmen — they’ll give you more career-focused advice in your academic program. Throughout your time at Post, you can go to either of these counselors (or to any member of your student experience team) when you have questions, need help, or want to share your successes with someone who knows and cares about you. We are all here to support you and help make your college experience truly extraordinary!

Q:

What if I need a little help with my studies?

No problem. You can get in-person or online tutoring for any subject, as well as writing advice and assistance, at any time 24/7.

You can get peer tutoring right in your residence hall!

Q:

Can I see a list of the support services?

Absolutely. Here you go:

 

  • Personalized academic advising for your entire time at Post
  • Tutoring services and writing support through the Center for Academic Success
  • Physical and virtual resources at the Traurig Library
  • Mentoring and career planning at the Center for Career and Professional Development
  • Digital job boards with local openings and positions offered by Post alumni
  • Career coaches to help you with resumes, letters, interviews, pitches and personal websites
  • Networking events with employers and business leaders who speak at Post
  • Counseling and health services

    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.