Post University is a small, private, for-profit university located in the suburbs of Waterbury, Connecticut. Founded in 1890 as a business school, the aim of the college then as it is today is to provide training and education to young men and women and equip them with skills they need to compete in the world of business,

When it was established in 1890, the university was called Post College. It maintained affiliations with Teikyo University in Tokyo, Japan from 1990 to 2004 during which time it became known as Teikyo Post University. With the changes in the economy of Japan, Teikyo University transferred its control of Teikyo Post University to a new Board of Trustees and the school changes its name to Post University.

Today, Post University offers associate’s, bachelor’s and master’s degrees in various fields such as information technology, health, business, sports management, equine business management, criminal justice, and social services. It is also the largest provider of online education in Connecticut. To insure that all students interested to enroll in the university are able to do so, there are also evening and weekend classes at four locations in Connecticut.

Cost of attendance at the university for academic year 2009-2010 for fulltime students who take at least 12 but no more than 18 credits per semester is US$33,600 broken down into tuition of US$23,250; residence hall room charge of US$5,170; cost of meal/board at US$4,230; student service fee of US$850; and technology fee of US$100. Other fees may apply depending on the course taken or certain situations that students may find themselves in. Financial aid in the form of loans, grants, scholarships and work-study arrangements is extended to help defray cost of attendance for students.

For more information on admissions, college majors, degrees offered, online programs, athletics, school rankings, tuition, scholarships and financial aid options, please contact Post University.