2022-2023 University Catalog 
  
    Dec 03, 2022  
2022-2023 University Catalog

Tuition and Fees



Main Campus Tuition and Fees

Tuition and fees for Main Campus undergraduate programs may be subject to change with notification.

Full-Time Main Campus Students

Full-time Main Campus students are those who enroll for courses starting in the fall and/or spring semester and who take at least 12, but no more than 18, credit hours per semester. Any student taking more than 18 credits will be subject to a $945 per credit hour fee.

Annual Tuition and Fees 2021-2022
Tuition* $28,250/Year
Room and BoardOkinaga, Apartment-style $12,400/Year
West, South, Paparazzo, Middle, East $11,600/Year
Student Service Fee2 $1,100/Year
Technology Fee3 $200/Year
Laboratory Fee4 $200/Year
Art Supply Fee5 $150/Year

*Full-time undergraduate Main Campus students are those who register for courses starting in September and/or January and who take at least 12, but on more than 18 credits per semester.  Any student taking over 18 credits will be subject to a $945 fee per credit hour.  

1The Post University Board plan consists of 19 meals per week. Students living off campus may also participate in the plan.
2The Student Service Fee supports extracurricular experiences. This includes the Student Government Association's various clubs, organizations and programs, the Programming Board and additional services that support students outside the classroom.
3The Technology Fee for full-time students for technological accommodations and equipment provided.
4The Laboratory Fee for full-time students for science classes that require laboratory accommodations and supplies.
5The Art Studio Fee for full-time students for art classes that require studio sessions and supplies.

Part-Time Main Campus Students

Students who enroll for fewer than 12 credit hours per semester are in the category of part-time students. The tuition for part-time students is as follows:

Annual Tuition and Fees 2021-2022
Main Campus Course Tuition $945.00/credit
Auditing Fee $472.50/credit

Online Summer Courses

Students who elect to take online courses during the summer term will pay the tuition as shown in the chart below.

Tuition 2021-2022 2022-2023
Online Course Tuition $570.00/Credit $599.00/Credit

Main Campus Graduate Programs

School and Degree Program Tuition Per Credit
Malcolm Baldrige School of Business
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
$730.00
Annual Tuition and Fees 2021-2022
Tuition Varies by Program of Study
Okinaga1 $12,400/year
West, South, Paparazzo, Middle, East $11,600/year
Student Service Fee2 $600/year
Technology Fee3 $200/Year
Laboratory Fee4 $200/year
Art Studio Fee5 $150/year

1The Post University Board plan consists of 19 meals per week. Students living off campus may also participate in the plan.
2The Student Service Fee supports extracurricular experiences. This includes the Student Government Association's various clubs, organizations, and programs, the Programming Board, and additional services that support students outside the classroom.  There is no Student Service Fee charged for Main Campus summer courses. 
3The Technology Fee charge is at a rate of $100 per semester. The basis of the fee is enrollment in 2 consecutive semesters for the academic year. This fee is for technological accommodations and equipment.
4The Laboratory Fee charge is at a rate of $100 per semester. The basis of the fee is enrollment in 2 consecutive semesters for the academic year. This fee is for science classes that require laboratory accommodations and supplies.
5The Art Studio Fee charge is at a rate of $75 per semester.  The basis of the fee is enrollment in 2 consecutive semesters for the academic year. This fee is for art classes that require studio sessions and supplies.

Additional Main Campus Fees

Books and Supplies

The cost of books and supplies depends on the program of study. Studio, laboratory, and electronic course material fees may apply to a course. In lieu of hardcover textbooks, Post University has transitioned many of its course materials to electronic course materials. In many courses, students pay a $90 fee for these materials. Electronic course materials are course materials that are available in a completely electronic format, and may include electronic versions of textbooks, narrated PowerPoint presentations, articles, case studies, access codes to additional content, and materials that are developed and gathered by faculty to address specific program and course outcomes.

Books and Supplies​
Annual Estimate $1,200

Returned Check Fee

The following returned check fee will apply for any declined check(s):

Returned Check Fee
Declined $25

Deposits

To ensure a position in a starting class, there is a deposit requirement.  Deposits apply as a credit to tuition charges.  

Deposits
New Student Deposit $100

Deposits are not refundable after May 1st.

Health Insurance Fee - Annual 2022-23 (Full Year) - Spring 2023 (Spring Students)

 All full-time Main Campus undergraduate and graduate students are required to be enrolled in a health insurance plan that is fully compliant with the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and provides comprehensive benefits in the geographical area surrounding the Post University campus.  Full-time Main Campus students will automatically participate in Post University's insurance plan unless they submit a waiver form, provide proof of personal insurance coverage, and receive verification and approval by the Fall 2022 deadline date of September 30, 2022.  Students who do not submit a waiver form by the deadline date of September 30, 2022, will be enrolled in the Student Health Insurance Plan (SHIP) and responsible for the cost.  Students who do not enroll for the full academic year will pay a pro-rated health insurance fee.  There is no health insurance fee charge for Main Campus summer courses. 

Annual Health Insurance Fee (August 14, 2022 - August 13, 2023)
Health Insurance Fee* (Full Year 2022-2023) $1285.00
New Spring Students Health Insurance Fee (January 1, 2023 - August 13, 2023)
Health Insurance Fee* (New Spring Students 2023) $790

*Post University updates this fee on an annual basis.

Late Payment Fee

A late payment fee applies if payment of full-time tuition and fees does not occur by the specific dates.    

Late Payment Fee
Late Payment Fee $25

Orientation Fee (Undergraduates)

New, full-time undergraduate students pay an orientation fee during their first semester.

Orientation Fee (Undergraduates)
Orientation Fee (Undergraduates) $100
Orientation Fee (Undergraduate International Students) $375

SEVIS Fee

The SEVIS fee is a nonrefundable fee paid to the United States Government for F-1 students.

SEVIS Fee
SEVIS Fee $200

Transcript Fees

The following fees apply for transcript requests:

Transcript Fees
Official Transcript Fee $10
Unofficial Transcript Fee $3

Graduation Fee

The following graduation fee will apply:

Graduation Fee
Undergraduate & Graduate $90

California Student Tuition Recovery Fund Fee

This fee is collected on behalf of the State of California for students whose Home of Record (HOR) is California*:

California Student Tuition Recovery Fund Fee

Undergraduate & Graduate 

*For specific information please go to https://www.bppe.ca.gov/lawsregs/strf.shtml.

$2.50 per $1,000 of tuition

Payment Information

Payment Schedule

A payment plan agreement is available from the Office of Student Accounts. Payments are due beginning July 15th for the Fall Semester and December 15th for the Spring Semester. Subsequent payments are due on the 15th of each month.

Late Payments

Payments are due by the specific dates within the monthly payment plan agreements. Payments are due on, or before, the set date(s) or late payment fees will apply. If circumstances are such that the students are unable to make payments by the set due date(s), students must contact the Office of Student Accounts to make special payment arrangements. These arrangements must be in writing and agreed to by the student and the Office of Student Accounts no later than one week prior to the payment due date(s). An account that is not current could result in the student's removal from classes or athletic activities, denial of registration for courses, and withholding transcripts and diplomas.  

Monthly Statements

Monthly statements explain the current balances and activity on students' accounts for the prior month. Students on monthly payment plans must follow the terms of their agreements. Any balances not covered by monthly payment plans are due and payable within 30 days.

Accelerated Degree Program Tuition and Fees

Undergraduate Program Tuition

Degree Programs

Credit Hour Tuition 
2022-2023

Malcolm Baldrige School of Business

Certificates, Associate Degrees, or Bachelor's Degrees**

$599

John P. Burke School of Public Service and Education

Certificates, Associate Degrees, or Bachelor's Degrees excluding the Associate of Science in Early Childhood Studies degree program or the Bachelor of Science in Child Studies degree program

$599

Associate of Science in Early Childhood Education degree program or the Bachelor of Science in Child Studies degree program

$530

School of Arts and Sciences

Certificates, Associate Degrees or Bachelor's Degrees

$599

American Sentinel College of Nursing & Health Science

Registered Nurse to Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN to BSN)*

$430

Registered Nurse to Bachelor of Science in Nursing Competency-Based (RN to BSN CBE)*

$3100/Semester

*This program is not currently eligible for Title IV for new enrollments.

** The BS is Gaming and Esports Management is not currently eligible for Title IV.

Graduate Program Tuition

Degree Programs

Credit Hour Tuition 2022-2023

Malcolm Baldrige School of Business

Master of Business Administration*

$510/Credit

Master of Science in Accounting

$656/Credit

Master of Science Gaming and Esports Management** $656/Credit

Master of Science in Project Management

$656/Credit

Graduate Certificates:
Corporate Innovation
Finance 
Leadership
Marketing
Project Management

$766/Credit

John P. Burke School of Public Service and Education

Master of Education

$599/Credit

Master of Science in Higher Education Administration

$599/Credit

Master of Science in Counseling and Human Services

$599/Credit

Master of Public Administration

$599/Credit

Graduate Certificates:
Alcohol & Drug Counseling
Higher Education Administration
Instructional Design & Technology
Online Teaching
Professional Counseling
Teaching English Language Learners

$599/Credit

American Sentinel College of Nursing & Health Science

Master of Science in Nursing (MSN)**

$560

Master of Business Administration - Healthcare (MBA-HC)**

$560

Master of Science in Nursing Competency Based (MSN-CBE)**

$4000/Semester

Master of Business Administration Healthcare Competency Based (MBA-HC CBE)**

$4000/Semester

Master of Science in Nursing, Nurse Practitioner**

$560 (MSN Core); $575 (MSN NP Role and Population Focused)

Master of Science in Nursing/Master of Business Administration Healthcare (MSN/MBA-HC)**

$560

Master of Science Nursing/Master of Business Administration Competency Based (MSN/MBA-HC CBE)**

$4000/Semester

Registered Nurse to Bachelor of Science in Nursing/Master of Science in Nursing (RN to BSN/MSN)**

$430 (BSN); $560 (MSN)

Registered Nurse to Bachelor of Science in Nursing/Master of Science in Nursing Competency Based (RN to BSN/MSN CBE)**

$3100/Semester (BSN); $4000/Semester (MSN)

Infection Prevention and Control Certificate**

$560

Infection Prevention and Control Certificate Competency Based**

$4000/Semester

*No Master of Business Administration program fees. Graduation and transcript fees still apply.

**This program is not currently eligible for Title IV for new enrollments.

Doctoral Program Tuition

School and Degree Programs Credit Hour Tuition
American Sentinel College of Nursing & Health Science
Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP)* $770

*This program is not currently eligible for Title IV for new enrollments.

California Student Tuition Recovery Fund Fee

This fee is collected on behalf of the State of California for students whose Home of Record (HOR) is California*:

California Student Tuition Recovery Fund Fee

Undergraduate & Graduate 

*For specific information please go to https://www.bppe.ca.gov/lawsregs/strf.shtml.

$2.50 per $1,000 of tuition

Post Eagle Program (Military Programs) Tuition for Service Members, Veterans, and Eligible Family Members

Through Post University's Accelerated Degree Program (ADP), all active, reservists, and veterans of the Army, Army National Guard, Army Reserves, Air Force, Coast Guard, Marines, Navy, US Public Health Service Commissioned Corp, and eligible family members, as well as civilian employees of the Department of Defense can earn certificates or degrees entirely online.  Post University offers reduced tuition so military students can earn their degrees at a lower cost.  Additionally, Post University, excluding the programs offered by American Sentinel College of Nursing & Health Sciences, has eliminated many fees, and covers the cost of most books and required course materials.

The tuition and fees reflected below are for military service members, veterans, and eligible family members. 

ADP Military Program Tuition Rates

Degree Programs

Credit Hour Tuition 2022-2023

ADP Military Undergraduate Tuition
(Veterans, Dependents & Spouses)

$262/Credit

ADP Military Undergraduate Active-Duty Tuition (*Active duty, Guard & Reservists of all branches) $250/Credit

ADP Military Graduate Tuition
(Veterans, Dependents & Spouses)

$419/Credit

ADP Military Graduate Active-Duty Tuition (*Active duty, Guard & Reservists of all branches)

$250/Credit

*Active Duty, Guard & Reservists of all branches. 

 

American Sentinel College of Nursing & Health Science Military Program Tuition Rates
Active* Military Undergraduate Nursing Tuition $260/Credit
Veteran Military Undergraduate Nursing Tuition $290/Credit
Active* Military Undergraduate Nursing Tuition for Competency-Based Programs $2600/Semester
Veteran Military Undergraduate Nursing Tuition for Competency-Based Programs $2800/Semester
Active* Military Graduate Nursing Tuition $290/Credit
Active* Graduate Nursing Tuition for Competency-Based Programs $2900/Semester
Veteran Military Graduate Nursing Tuition for Competency-Based Programs $3600/Semester
Veteran Military Graduate Nursing Tuition $330/Credit
Doctorate Tuition (*Active Duty and Veterans) $660/Credit

*Active duty, Guard & Reservists of all branches

To receive the military program tuition fees, and book cost reductions as reflected above, the need to establish eligibility is necessary. Please see Types of Financial Aid for eligibility requirements. 

California Student Tuition Recovery Fund Fee

This fee is collected on behalf of the State of California for students whose Home of Record (HOR) is California*:

California Student Tuition Recovery Fund Fee

Undergraduate & Graduate 

*For specific information please go to https://www.bppe.ca.gov/lawsregs/strf.shtml.

$2.50 per $1,000 of tuition

Electronic Course Materials and Technology Fees

Main Campus and ADP Electronic Course Materials and Technology Fees

Technology is important in delivering a high level of quality in the Accelerated Degree Program. There is a Technology Fee charge of $50 on a per term basis to students enrolled in courses with technology provided by Post University. Electronic Course Materials are course materials that are available in a completely electronic format, which may include electronic versions of textbooks, narrated PowerPoint presentations, articles, case studies, access codes to additional content, and materials that are developed and gathered by faculty to address specific program and course outcomes. For courses requiring Electronic Course Materials, there is a $90 fee charge per course.

American Sentinel College of Nursing & Health Sciences Fees

Bachelor Program Fees

Fees

Term-Based Program

SIMPath Program

Resource Fee

$200 per 12 credit hours

$200 per semester

New Student Resource Fee

$100

$100

Graduation Fee

$150

$150

Course Extension Fee

$150

Not Available

Late Course Registration Fee

$50

$50

Program Switch Fee

$150

$150

Prior Learning Assessment Fee

$300/course

Not Available

Test Out Fee

$300

Not Available

Humanities Credit by Exam Fee

$125/course

$125/course

Post-Enrollment Evaluation Fee

$50 per transcript

$50 per transcript

Transcript Fee

$10 per transcript

$10 per transcript

Student may also require the following resources or services for completion of the program.  These items are provided by and payable directly to a third party and are not billed by the University to student's accounts.

  • Shadow Health - $90 to $110
  • Books - $150 per course estimate

Master's and Certificate Program Fees

Fees

Term-Based Program

SIMPath Program

Resource Fee

$200 per 12 credit hours

$200 per semester

New Student Resource Fee

$100

$100

Clinical Fees (MSN NP programs)

$750/clinical course

Not Available

Graduation Fee

$150 ($0 for Military)

$150 ($0 for Military)

Course Extension Fee

$150

Not Available

Late Course Registration Fee

$50

$50

Program Switch Fee

$150

$150

Prior Learning Assessment Fee

$400/course

Not Available

Test Out Fee

$400

Not Available

Post-Enrollment Evaluation Fee

$50 per transcript

$50 per transcript

Transcript Fee

$10 per transcript

$10 per transcript

Practicum Workroom

$400 per term

$400 per term

Student may also require the following resources or services for completion of the program.  These items are provided by and payable directly to a third party and are not billed by the University to student's accounts.

  • Shadow Health - $90 to $110
  • Shadow Health Pharmacology (MSN NP Programs only) - $90 to $110
  • EHRGo (Nursing degrees) - $45 per 12 weeks
  • Navigate 2 Scenario for Health Care Finance - $25
  • 3P Exam Fee (MSN NP Programs only) - $35
  • Typhon Clinical Tracking (MSN NP Programs only) - $90
  • SPSS (Business degrees) - $43 for 6 months
  • Books - $150 per course estimate. Students may purchase used books. Students are not required to purchase books and materials directly from the College.
  • Costs associated with background checks and clinical requirements: Students enrolling in the RN to BSN/MSN or MSN programs are required to establish a CastleBranch account that collects, tracks, and monitors the documentation required for the practice experiences you will complete during your nursing program. Fees vary by state.
  • Costs associated with clinical preceptorship: Each student in the MSN - Nurse Practitioner program is required to find their own clinical preceptor. Students struggling to find a clinical preceptor may choose to contract with a company that specializes in finding the nearest available clinical preceptors. Students should understand, however, that there is typically a service fee charged by these companies that is not covered by the Nurse Practitioner Program Clinical Fee. Any costs associated with obtaining a Clinical Preceptor or Clinical Site for the program are the sole responsibility of the student

Doctoral Program Fees

Fees

Term-Based Program Only

Resource Fee

$300 (charged twice during program)

DNP Project Fees

$1,200 (charged twice during program)

DNP Capstone Continuation Fee*

$350 per month as required

Graduation Fee

$150 ($0 for Military)

Course Extension Fee

$150

Late Course Registration Fee

$50

Program Switch Fee

$150

Post-Enrollment Evaluation Fee

$50 per transcript

Transcript Fee

$10 per transcript

Practicum Workroom

$400 per 6 month term

*The purpose of this fee is to cover expenses for resources and faculty support when a student slows down or discontinues progress on his/her DNP project. This $350 fee is assessed monthly when a student fails to meet the required perquisite deliverables for DNP Project II or N761PE.

Student may also require the following resources or services for completion of the program.  These items are provided by and payable directly to a third party and are not billed by the University to student's accounts.

  • EHRGo (Nursing degrees) - $45 per 12 weeks
  • SPSS (Business degrees) - $43 for 6 months
  • Books - $2,500 for program
  • Costs associated with background checks and clinical requirements: Students enrolling in the DNP program are required to establish a CastleBranch account that collects, tracks, and monitors the documentation required for the practice experiences you will complete during your nursing program. Fees vary by state.
  • Practicum Workroom: A fee of $400 per 8-week term will be charged for students who need to enroll in one or more *Practicum Workrooms to complete practice hours because they received transfer credit for one or more MSN courses that did not contain the required practice hours or enrolled in the DNP Executive Leadership or DNP Informatics specialization and did not complete 400 practice hours during their master's program. This allows students to earn the practice hours required to complete an MSN program (400 hours) or the DNP program (1,000 post baccalaureate hours). This fee is non-refundable once the 8-week term has commenced.

Tuition Reductions

Students who qualify for more than one reduction will only receive the single reduction that is most beneficial to them.

Alumni Reduction (Main Campus)

A 10% tuition reduction is available to Main Campus students whose parent or stepparent is a graduate of the University.

Post Eagle Program Tuition Reduction (Military Program, Main Campus, ADP, and American Sentinel College of Nursing & Health Science)

To qualify for the Military Program tuition and fee schedule, the following conditions must be met:

  1. Students who are military service members or veterans, must provide a copy of the service member's DD-214, or if the service member is still serving in the military, the University military admissions office will obtain an official copy of the member's Joint Service Transcript.
  2. Students who are family members of a service member or veteran, must provide a copy of the service member's DD-214 to the University's military admissions office, or if service members are still serving in the military, the service members must provide their active duty orders to the University.
    • Students who are spouses must provide copies of marriage certificates/licenses verifying the dependency and relationships to the veterans or service members.
    • Students who are dependents must provide copies of their birth certificates verifying the dependency and relationships to the veterans or service members. To be a dependent the student must be under the age of 24, unmarried, and have on children of their own.

Education Partnership Program Reduction   

Post University maintains active partnerships with organizations across all industries including hospitals and hospital systems, manufacturing, gaming and entertainment, municipalities, associations, and other institutions of higher learning, to support the educational needs of their employees, members, and students.   

Education Partner benefits include reduced tuition, deferred payment options, accelerated admissions processing, employer direct payment options, and creative partnership support via designated partnership representation. Partner benefits extend to partner employees, members, and may also extend to family members living within the same household. 

See if you are eligible for our Education Partner benefits though your employer or organization by speaking with one of our Admissions Advisors today.   

Senior Citizens Reduction

Senior Citizens pay a rate reduction of $300 per course. A senior citizen (a person 62 years of age or older) may enroll in one or more credit courses on a space-available basis. Students must provide proof of age when requesting the senior citizen reduction.

Undergraduate to Graduate Reduction

A flat tuition rate of $555 per credit is available to students who have successfully completed a Post University undergraduate degree and continue their education by pursuing a graduate degree from Post University.  This reduction will also waive the Electronic Course Materials Fee and Technology Fee.  

High School Academy Reduction

Students who continue their undergraduate studies in Post's online program will receive a 20% tuition discount. The 20% tuition grant cannot be combined with any other scholarships offered by Post. Students who continue their undergraduate studies in Post's full-time Main Campus program will also receive a 20% tuition discount. Additionally, students may be eligible for other more generous University scholarships as detailed on the Post University Scholarship page: http://post.edu/scholarships. Main campus applications and corresponding financial packages will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis. Online and Main Campus tuition discounts, as well as University scholarships, may be combined with scholarships and grants provided by third parties, such as the US Department of Education.

Tuition Refunds

Main Campus Tuition Refunds

Since faculty and staff salaries are made in advance of course activities and the cost of the physical campus are fixed, Post University must have a limited refund policy. Only after a student's written notice of withdrawal is received by the Registrar will a refund be considered. The date of receipt by the Registrar will be the official withdrawal date. The Registrar will determine the period of attendance and the Office of Student Accounts will calculate the refund and/or repayments to the federal, state, and Post University financial aid programs.

ADP Tuition Refunds

To drop or withdraw from an online course, students must send emails to [email protected]. Students within the American Sentinel College  should reach out to their Academic Advisor. No other form of communication is acceptable for drops or withdrawals. The processing of tuition refunds will be according to the following schedule:

  1. 100% of tuition credit for online courses if notice of the drop prior to the start of the term.
  2. There will be no charges to students who fail to participate or those the University administratively withdraws them from courses.  

American Sentinel College Tuition Refunds

The following refund schedule applies to students within the term-based programs at American Sentinel College (please note the differences in refund amounts for California students according to California Education Code for Private Postsecondary Institutions):

Effective Date of Withdrawal

Refund Amount

Refund Amount for California Students

Through the end of Week 1

100%

100%

During Week 2

80%

75%

During Week 3

60%

62.5%

During Week 4

40%

50%

During Week 5

20%

37.5%

After Week 5

No refund

No refund

The following refund schedule applies to students in competency-based program at American Sentinel College (please note the differences in refund amounts for California students):

Effective Date of Withdrawal

Refund Amount

Refund Amount for California Students

Through the end of Week 1

100%

100%

During Week 2

80%

87.5%

During Week 3

70%

81.25%

During Week 4

60%

75%

During Week 5

50%

68.75%

During Week 6

40%

62.5%

During Week 7

30%

56.25%

During Week 8

20%

50%

During Week 9

10%

43.75%

After Week 9

No refund

No refund

Military Student Refunds

Military Program students must send emails to [email protected] and drop or withdraw from coursework through their respective military tuition assistance providers (GoArmyEd, etc.). Military Students within the American Sentinel College should reach out to their Academic Advisor. No other forms of communication are acceptable for drops or withdrawals. The processing of tuition refunds will occur according to the following schedule:

  1. 100% of tuition credit for online courses if notice of the drop occurs within the Add/Drop period.
  2. 50% of tuition charge for online courses if notice of the drop occurs one week after the Add/Drop period or by the third Friday of the term.
  3. There will be no charges to students who fail to participate or those the University administratively withdraws them from courses.  

Military students within American Sentinel College will follow the same refund schedule as its non-military counterparts.

Post University reserves the right to make changes to tuition or tuition policies at any time.

Unearned TA Policy: Military tuition assistance awards to a service member under the assumption that the service member will attend school for the entire award period.

If a service member withdraws on or before the 60 percent portion of the term, the service member will no longer be eligible for the full amount of military tuition assistance funds originally awarded. To comply with the policy of the Department of Defense, Post University will return any unearned military tuition assistance funds on a pro-rata basis through at least the 60 percent portion of the term of approval.

Post University will return any unearned military tuition assistance funds directly to the military service, not to the service member. The calculation of the return may result in the service member owing a balance to the University. If the service member withdraws due to military service obligation, the University will work with the service member to identify a solution that will not result in a student debt for the returned military tuition assistance portion.

A student's official withdrawal date or the last date of attendance is the basis of calculating earned percentage of military tuition assistance. The determination of a student's official withdrawal is the last date of documented attendance submitted to the Registrar's Office. Upon the determination of the last date of attendance, Post University will recalculate a student's military tuition assistance eligibility based on the following formula:

Numbers of days completed/total days of the course = Percent of military tuition assistance earned