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Post University Adjunct Instructor Reviews

Updated Aug 3, 2016

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    "adjunct professor"

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    Former Employee - Adjunct Instructor in Vernon, CT
    Recommends
    Positive Outlook

    I worked at Post University part-time for less than a year

    Pros

    Management - most of the staff are very supportive and are concerned with helping the students achieve their educational and life goals.

    Cons

    Management - some of the staff are not very supportive and are not concerned with helping the students achieve their educational and life goals.

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    Post University2016-03-11
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    "Post is the Worst"

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    Current Employee - Adjunct Instructor in Detroit, MI
    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook

    I have been working at Post University part-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    About 5% of the time you feel like students are genuinely grateful for the instruction you give them. About 95% of the time the students show themselves to expect high grades without effort--a mentality Post has seemingly worked to cultivate.

    Cons

    Post makes you talk to their horrible management on the phone once a month. They will tell you to be positive in all of your communication with students but then do nothing but tell you how bad you're doing at your job. If you ask a question, you get threatened to have your classes taken away. This is a for-profit modeled school that wants to create the illusion of instruction. However, through repeated disciplinary measures, you learn that the school is a con, and that they want their "teachers" to merely make positive comments in order to keep students paying. Fail a student or even give them a standard critique of their work, and your days as a professor with Post are numbered.

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    Post University2016-08-03
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