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5 out of 5
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Degree: Business Administration
Graduation Year: 2017

Keiser University offers an excellent college experience, professors are graduated from the elite colleges and have a vast experience in their fields. The study programs are innovative offering classes such as e-marketing & creative entrepreneurship.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Business Administration
Graduation Year: 2017

Keiser University is a great place to earn a degree, whether it is an associate or bachelor degree, it's a goon investment. The teachers are wonderful and very knowledgeable in their areas. Also, since it's a small school, you feel like a family, you get to know most of the people on a deeper level in comparison to attending a big university.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Massage Therapy
Graduation Year: 2016

Excellent school, small classes, great teachers with helpful learning techniques. Very satisfied and can't wait to start my program on sonographer! They are so helpful so happy I took the chance with T this school. Love the atmosphere friendly staff :)

2 out of 5
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Degree: Medical Assistant
Graduation Year: 2014

The staff is very uneducated and unorganized when it comes to helping you sign up for classes. This school is also very expensive and not worth the money at all. I learned a lot but was taken advantage of when it came to how much an associates degree online cost. $45,000 ! It was my first time going to college and I didn't know what to expect to pay. I Graduated in 2014 with a 3.8 GPA. Once I Graduated it was hard to find a job as a medical assistant and Keiser University wasn't much help. You are just a number and a paycheck to them I would suggest researching other options and not to become a Medical Assistant. Job market is non existent and employers want you to have at least 1-2 years of experience. No one wants to give you a chance. I am changing careers and going into business Marketing for my bachelor's with a different online college and I hope it isn't the same situation.

2 out of 5
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Degree: Multi-/Interdisciplinary Studies, Other
Graduation Year: 2017

I am a current student with Keiser. I am in my junior year with them and would not recommend them at all to anyone. The financial department is more then willing to help you get started. And the admission councilors are awesome. After about your 3rd semester though, all the support and nice staff move on to incoming students. I have the worst financial aid person and the entire program is unclear. Staff members are not friendly and getting help is hard. As an online student you need help and support when it's asked for, especially when you're paying an awful amount of money for school.

2 out of 5
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Degree: Nursing
Graduation Year: 2016

With the exception of the professors at this school, I would not recommend Keiser University period. When I first started with them, they were amazing. They made it look like they were 100% on your side and will help you out in any way possible. As I entered into my 3rd semester, that changed! Keiser gives students money to help out if you qualify for allied health. Meaning if you work with a hospital while going to school, they give you 20-25% off of your tuition each semester! BOGUS! All of a sudden they changed their rules and no longer offer that tuition. They are a scam and the only people they look out for are themselves and I'm not the only Nursing student who experienced this issue. They are all about money and only care about that.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Radiologic Technology/Science - Radiographer
Graduation Year: 2017

First and foremost, Keiser teachers are actually pretty good. Not all of them, but most were pretty solid. The biggest thing they don't tell you is; they bill you by semester, that is four months. So if you take one class, then decide you want to go somewhere else you owe big time for three classes that you never attended. The second big problem; they will tell you anything to get you to sign up. I went there for 14 months in RT before I did some research and learned the odds of me finding a job were slim to none. I was told they had 95% job placement, there is no truth to that. Just a flat out lie to get there hands on my GI Bill. They say they are "veteran friendly". If friendly means laughing all the way to the bank with your VA check then they are very friendly. Issue three; only about 1/3 of the people that start the RT program actually graduate. This is because it's so accelerated you have to teach your self most the info, while your teacher talks about her weekend and how her cats are doing. Then they guilt you for not being prepared months ago. The x-ray equipment is so old that learning how to use it is pointless. All and all, I could not justify paying 50k to learn on obsolete equipment, from burnt out has been teachers that are more interested in talking about how good they used to be. All that to get a degree in a field that's so flooded that current RTs are trying to get schools to stop pushing RT degrees. Keiser is a degree mill, save yourself some money and heartache and go to your local community college.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Respiratory Therapy
Graduation Year: 2016

Financial aid is annoying they are always calling because they can't get it right. The program at first gave the impression they had an intense structured program and that is untrue. There is one director and she is also your teacher so she isn't even focused on teaching she throws whatever she cans leave it up to you to understand as if respiratory is second nature. No one is held accountable as to what is the true structure of this program. Just study your but off to past but as far as a real understanding of how to put all this information into clinicals I am lost. Even the labs are a mess nothing works just for show. It sucks I am progressing in this program to still have no real understand. THis programs takes the passion out of what health care should be. Discipline and structure should be implemented in this major

5 out of 5
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Degree: Legal Studies
Graduation Year: 2013

I am an undergrad alum of Keiser and am currently matriculating at an ABA accredited law school. I think it can be reasonably concluded that if Keiser University were (as alleged) an inept, money hungry, degree mill (I love the "you are buying a degree" comment), I would not likely be a semester away from obtaining a Juris Doctor. For prospective students, please do your research and seek advice from reliable sources. Do not be swayed and misled by the disgruntled opinions of bitter (ex) students.

2 out of 5
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Degree: Registered Nursing/Registered Nurse
Graduation Year: 2014

Keiser seemed to be a very good school at the beginning. However, I came across struggling with a class in which I thought retaking on campus I would do better. I personally went in to discuss with a Dean about my issue and I was surprised at his response. To make it short, he basically said you should just settle for a C and does not understand why I would rather get a higher grade, if possible. I also got stuck with paying a whole semester because of someones mistake of not enrolling me in my next online class and everyone at Keiser is basically, pay or you can not continue. Another Dean was suppose to investigate. Time passed and no one called me back. I called to follow-up and found I was withdrawn because of excessive absences when I wasn't even in role in a course. They tricked me good. Their advertisement is false. I had previous issues with not being scheduled for classes I had should have been and had to take it to the principal, who retired months later. If it wasn't one thing it was another.

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