The Support You Need to Reach Your Goals
At American Sentinel College, you will receive a Student Success Advisor whose purpose is to support you in achieving your academic goals. Your Student Success Advisor is available to help answer your questions, offer encouragement and direct you to the resources you need to complete your degree.
The American Sentinel student site is available as soon as you enroll at American Sentinel. The student site provides one central location where you can print your grades, look at your upcoming courses, view your account ledger, and find contact information.
The Student Center is located within the online classroom and is filled with helpful resources including tutorials, student lounges, course overviews, and staff contact information. Students in the MSN, NP, RN-BSN/MSN, MSN/MBA-HC, IPC Certificate and DNP programs will need to create a CastleBranch account prior to completing their practice experience hours. This guide is helpful when setting up an account.
The Writing Center
The writing center provides templates and tips to help you with required writing and research. The writing center also provides fast, detailed feedback on any paper drafts that you would like revised or edited.
Our online tutoring services are accessible 24 hours a day, seven days a week. You can submit papers for review, chat with a tutor and get your questions answered quickly.
The American Sentinel virtual library features searchable, licensed databases with millions of articles, links to online resources, references, software-downloaded sites and learning tools.
American Sentinel’s virtual librarians are accessible 24 hours a day, seven days a week via email. These professionals are knowledgeable about American Sentinel’s degree programs and the sources available for research and assignments. All are highly trained in library and research services and many hold Ph.D.s.
In recent surveys, students responded that they were 100 percent satisfied with the librarians’ friendliness and timely service.
Accommodations for Students with Disabilities
Post University welcomes students with disabilities and provides reasonable access and accommodations, so as to maximize student potential for success.
For more information on this policy, resources, and support, click here.
Please contact Title IX and Disability Coordinator Jennifer Labate at 203.596.6027, JLabate@Post.edu, or Leever Student Center, 800 Country Club Road, Waterbury, CT 06723.
Increased Course Flexibility:
In an effort to support our nurses during this unprecedented time, the following changes will start in the August term:
Discussions are still to be completed during the week due, but there are some modifications:
- Initial post is due by the end of the week
- Reply to one peer per question (this is reduced from two)
- The requirement to log in on two days is removed
Assignments are due the week assigned, however:
- If you will be late submitting your assignment and if you notify your faculty at least 24 hours in advance, you will not lose points. This includes all assignments, including final projects/assignments.
- However, if you do not submit your assignment more than seven days after the initial due date or by the pre-approved date your faculty approved in writing, you will receive a zero.
- If you do not notify your faculty at least 24 hours in advance that an assignment will be late, any assignments submitted after the due date will receive a 5% deducted from the grade for the assignment. If you do not submit the assignment more than seven days after the initial due date, you will receive a zero.