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2 out of 5
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Degree: Nursing
Graduation Year: 2016

Do not go to Keiser Orlando for nursing unless you want to spend more money than any person should have to for the privilege of teaching yourself. The instructors spend too much time talking about personal experiences and not teaching the subject material. If they cannot answer your question they will tell you to look in the book and find out for yourself. When you find that they give information contrary to accepted practice they will tell you to just accept what they say, even if the information is contrary to ATI which they treat as the God of nursing. Grading is done by some instructors based on making themselves look better like taking tests then getting into groups to correct the test using books and internet then turning them in for grades while in class.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Industrial and Organizational Psychology
Graduation Year: 2016

This school is amazing. Beyond the wonderful features they offer as a student, the staff was always helpful and encouraging, even when I would get frustrated the professors assisted with patience and thorough explanations. I managed to get a 4.0 gpa thanks to the feedback from the professors when grading. They have so many people and resources to assist you, it would be difficult to fail.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Medical Assistant
Graduation Year: 2017

Keiser University is a great school. It is accredited however it is very expensive but well worth it. My teacher is amazing as she is very understanding. The class and program in general is like a family to me as everyone gets along when working together. I will be furthering my education all the way to a doctorate degree. I love this school very much and think everyone else will as well.

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1 out of 5
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Degree: Nursing
Graduation Year: 2016

This school does not care about its students only wants money. BEWARE OF THIS SCHOOL!!!!!!!!!!! The teachers are horrible, the school does not round grades. I received an 89.9 and was told by the DEAN that it wasn't good enough to round to an A. They are only looking to gain more money in their pockets. WORTHLESS SCHOOL!

5 out of 5
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Degree: Paralegal
Graduation Year: 2017

I took my math classes with Mr.K and he is the best teacher I've ever had , I had no idea I was this good at math until I met him. Keiser is amazing and everyone helps you with whatever you need. Monica my counselor is also amazing she's kept in touch all this time and I gladly appreciate that. Elliot, my financial aid advisor is been great too, I am so happy and satisfied with everything.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Management
Graduation Year: 2015

People complaining about Keiser, please just SHUT up. Some complains here about Keiser are legitimate but other people are are just winning. If you can't do your school homework or fail exams, don't blame Keiser please. I have 6 friends who attended Keiser and all of the graduated just fine. I too graduated in 2015 with honors. Keiser is actually one of the BEST collages in Central Florida but of course it's VERY EXPENSIVE because it's a private institution. But I love the fact that students ONLY focus on one class per month. I would personally NOT recommend any one to do their bachelors programs but their AA degrees are great!

1 out of 5
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Degree: Nursing
Graduation Year: 2018

DO NOT ATTEND THIS SCHOOL. I decided to go back to school last winter. I worked with a girl whom was attending Keiser University for her AS in nursing. My children are older , so I decided to make my career a go! I was super excited. I started Keiser in May. My first class was online and went fantastic. My second was basic English and the instructor was amazing. My English Comp. went completely down hill. Don't get me wrong, I made an A, but had to fight for it! The instructor was giving me someone else's grade, which were poor. I had to remind her several times to change the grade , which she never did. I had to call the dean at the end of the class and have the proper grade put in. Why do I need to babysit a grownup? I took American Litt. on line , which was fine and was looking forward to A&P. I started A&P two weeks ago and it has been a complete nightmare. When I started the class the instructor seemed okay. He spent a little too much time in my taste dabbling in people's business instead of teaching. We went over chapter one on an overhead projector, and outlined things we needed to know for chapters 1-4 . The next day we logged into Connect (online homework), which half the class could not log into. When we did get into Connect it was set up for A&P 2 not 1. The professor "claimed " he would have it fixed by the next day, but wanted homework due by 12 midnight that following Sunday, plus he changed the syllabus and test dates 3 times , and gave us the wrong pre-test so we had to retake it. To make a long story short I complained to the dean , and the dean over the homework and it not being setup. The dean "talked to the professor " . The professor got ticked off and pulled me out of class and "asked me what my problem was? I told him he was making me uncomfortable. He told me my name was brought up in a staff meeting. I walked back into the classroom and the bullying continued. I went to the dean and she acted understanding, because I dropped the class. I was being taught NOTHING. She acted kindly and dropped me from the class, but told me I couldn't get a refund and when I take A&P again my loan will be billed again. That's crap! Services were not rendered. I dropped the class for being bullied and lack of proper instruction. The professor changed our bone test twice, never went over anything in the book accept an outline of what we needed for all our tests 1-4 . You're on your own. Might as well take it online if you want to teach yourself. The dean wants me to give this a second chance, after knowing this situation will probably be academic suicide. They care about the money, not the students best interest. I did the work and I am a straight A student. I deserve a decent education for the money I pay to this institution. I will be withdrawing soon.

4 out of 5
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Degree: Education, Other
Graduation Year: 2016

I just got off the phone with the Admissions Reps at University of South Florida and they are accepting all of my Keiser credits for my admissions. They told me that as long as the private schools people attend are regionally accredited, they transfer. I will have to pick up my 2 foreign languages though bc Keiser does not require them and public universities do. Now for my opinion: Keiser definitely served it's purpose for me to obtain my AA with relatively low stress levels. If that is your goal and you don't mind paying a pretty penny, it's ok. However, I would not recommend going further with a Bachelors at Keiser. Their classes are easy and most employers don't look at them as being as worthy as if your bachelors was from a state college or university. For an AA it's fine because it is not specific to your field. Take my advice though...if you go to Keiser for an AA, transfer to a public school after that point. That's what I'm doing and everything's been fine. Once you get to a bachelors level you need the schools reputation to land you the job and that is what Keiser won't give you an advantage with.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Physics
Graduation Year: 2016

I wanted to go into the DMS program. When I first met with an academic adviser I could tell something was strange. You have one month to complete on class. In all honesty I thought I could do it. Taking physics is horrible. The actual DMS program director told me this was the hardest course I would take before I actually get into the program. Gee thanks for the confidence booster. Apparently before I started my physics class I was supposed to do a "pre-course workshop" which I didn't find out till my 3rd day in class. I emailed the director(the person who actually sent me the email) telling her how I could not get into it and she had no clue what I was talking about. I sent her the original email and she never wrote back after that. How are you going to tell me to do something and then when I have questions you don't respond back. Real professional. Everyone here is so fake. The professors really don't care. No it's the 2nd week and I'm going to have to withdrawal from this class. Oh yeah and it's $2,000 for one class. When I went to fsw( a community college) it cost 3,000 for 5 classes. Such a rip off and the fact that I have to drive 45 mins just to get here. Oh and they have a dress code. Dress like you're going to an interview. If you don't obey you'll get a warning and then kicked out of class. This really bothers me. I'm extremely uncomfortable in the clothes I have to wear and it does effect my learning. I can't focus because I have to wear an uncomfortable dress. No one really tells you any information. I found all this stuff out into my first week of school. Worst school I've ever been to. Oh yeah and most of your credits won't transfer to a real college

5 out of 5
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Degree: Criminal Justice
Graduation Year: 2015

I graduated from Keiser on May 31, 2015. When I left no one added classes or charged me anything at all. They gave me my diploma and that was it. I have never had an issue with FA, getting in contact with someone or being charged for classes I failed or didn't take. I even had a baby by c-section in November of 2014, every one of my Professors left my classes open for weeks after the close of the class so that I could still complete my degree on time. Idk if I was just lucky or what but I didn't have any of the issues people are posting about.

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