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The University is too overpriced for what youQuite Bright
The University is too overpriced for what you get. I asked financial aid to help me garner more financial resources and was told they do not do that. My daughter is in West Chester and my son is in Drexel and both schools went out of their way to find resources. If I wasn't in my last two classes I would transfer
4th Year Female -- Class 2015
Useful Schoolwork: C, Education Quality: F
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Advisers are not helpful, they're always on vacation.Quite BrightSocial Work
Advisers are not helpful, they're always on vacation. Tuition is too high, charges are for ALMOST everything, no lie. I was told to order Microsoft Word through the school, (Post U), even though I have it personally on my pc I was charged $30 from the school for it, so they could make money. I was told to write a letter in order to get my federal aid,huh ?? Most other people already got their monies but me and a girl in one of my classes have not. No one will talk to us. Neither will our tuition planner. I have children which makes this even more horrible. Believe me the financial aid dept will do everything they can to keep your aid. So many other students are having this problem as well. Instructors are very arrogant. I am a 12 digit number.I can not even change my passwords. They are numbers as well. They applaud students that cannot spell or have problems. Instead of correcting them the so call instructors give them As... Its boring and there are no organizations. Also my classes have 50 and 60 year old's. This place REALLY sucks. Soon as this semester is over I am transferring so fast! I want my FA money that I was so called awarded and I am gone. Post wouldn't even give me a student verification form for my new apartment. They said they don't do that ! What a joke. This is not a real school. I made a mistake coming here !
1st Year Female -- Class 2018
Useful Schoolwork: B+, Innovation: F
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Post is to much money.AverageBusiness - Management and Administration
Post is to much money. the campus is dry nothing fun to do unless you have car to go places. the best thing freshmen are allow to have a car compare to most colleges. the food are not so great, people take a crap every time they eat at the caf?. I would go on but let's just say post is not the school you would want to attend if you want to have the college experience.The RA's are such a bitch! cant stand them.
1st Year Female -- Class 2017
Faculty Accessibility: B-, Education Quality: F
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