Post providing tuition grants for residents of Connecticut city

Post University is partnering with a Connecticut city to provide tuition grants to help make earning a degree more affordable.

Through Post’s Partners in Education program, all residents and employees of the city of Derby, CT will be eligible for a 15 percent tuition grant.

Post and the City of Derby recently signed the partnership agreement, which will extend a tuition grant to all city residents, as well as employees of the city and the Board of Education, and immediate family members, including spouses and children. The partnership will be formally acknowledged at a press event at Derby High School this Thursday, February 4.

“This is a wonderful experience on how two institutions can work together to provide students with the education they desire in the way they need it,” said President Don Mroz. “Programs like this recognize the great need to offer flexible ways for working professionals to leverage their education and experience and accelerate their path to a college degree.”

In addition, a second partnership with Derby Public Schools, in conjunction with Post’s High School Academy, will provide students with the opportunity to earn college credits at a discounted rate while enrolled at Derby High School.

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