Critical Race Training in Education

Post University

Undergraduate

Mailing Address
800 Country Club Road
P.O. Box 2540
Waterbury, Connecticut 06723
Phone
(203) 596-4555
Email address
postadmissions@post.edu
School Information
"Since our founding in 1890, Post University has experienced many changes. Our class environment has evolved from typewriters to laptops and expanded far beyond our traditional campus — to home offices, living room sofas and even airplane seats. Throughout the years, one thing has persisted: our purpose, to deliver an exceptional educational experience that provides an extraordinary level of personal support" (Source: https://post.edu/about/). The student to faculty ratio is 21 to 1. The university offers 25 bachelor's degree and certificate programs, with a total enrollment of 800 students.
General Information
Post University recently established the Inclusion and Diversity Council as part of its response to George Floyd's death. This council hosted several events in order to discuss diversity and inclusion. At this time, this university does not require mandatory Critical Race Training. However, see developments below:

Activity

  • Symbolic Actions

    In 2020, Post University established the Inclusion and Diversity Council in order to "ensure an environment of inclusion, equity and justice for all people."

  • Symbolic Actions

    On January 27, 2021, the Inclusion and Diversity Council hosted a panel called "Moving Forward... TOGETHER."

  • Symbolic Actions

    In 2020, Post University hosted a Virtual Dialogue on Race, Social Justice, and Change.

  • Symbolic Actions

    On May 30, 2020, Post University's president responded to the deaths of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, and Breonna Taylor. The university released a statement saying, "At Post University, just like across the country, our hearts are heavy as we see another instance of violence inflicted on a black man in America."

Critical Race Training Courses Offered

Last updated November 4th, 2021