Five Post University associates dismissed amid theft of funds

WATERBURY, Conn. (WTNH) — Five associates have been removed from Post University due to the theft of non-student university funds.

According to Post University, the school discovered the activity in February and began an internal investigation leading to this dismissal.

The university has released a statement on the matter which can be read below:

Post University discovered irregular associate activity in February of 2017, and immediately launched an internal investigation while reporting the matter to the Waterbury Police Department. As a result, five Post associates were dismissed. The matter is now in the hands of law enforcement.

We are grateful for the work of Post Associates in discovering this theft of non-student, Post University funds, and we refer all future questions to the Waterbury Police Department.”