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Degree: Criminal Justice
Graduation Year: 2016

I really wish I had not came to the school. All I do is pay money and pay more money and pay even more money for things that I don't even know about. It seems like all this school is interested in is taking money. Did you know that the school get sued just about every year because of how much money they take from students? Anyways moving on from the money issue, the financial aid people are not ready. When I'm on campus no one says anything to me about financial aid or anything but as soon as I leave campus they should do with all these emails expect me to do all these things that they could've asked me to do when I was there. They are unprofessional, not ready, and I really don't think the school as a whole is ready for students.

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Degree: Business
Graduation Year: 2014

This school is a piece of s***! They hustle you... finacial aid sucks so mad... they lie about how much you'll pay DO NOT ATTEND!!!!!! Stay away. By far the worst school I've ever attend you're just another check for them. Financial aid are a bunch of scare crows (no brain)

1 out of 5
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Degree: Medical Assistant
Graduation Year: 2013

This college is the worst college I have ever attended to. KEISER UNIVERSITY just want to take your money. Don't go there because you will end up with a 3000 dollars debt and ofcourse they will not give you a transcript until you pay the full balance. They don't care if you graduate or not they just want the money.

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Degree: Culinary Arts
Graduation Year: 2009

I started at Sarasota Keiser at 1st I was excited my enrollment advisor made Keiser sound terrific just like all con artists do once I over heard a different advisor telling another potential student the same speech my advisor had told me almost word for word but by then I'd already enrolled I had been lied to from the beginning advisors are paid by how many people they enroll how can you ever trust they will be honest just do yourself a solid and RUN from this place! After 3 weeks of attendance I came in an hour early to speak with my professor before class, just as I started speaking this other professor whom I've never seen before walks in & sits his fat ass on the edge of my guys desk like he's suppose to be there as soon as I finish speaking this professor chef Mitch aka fat girl starts critiquing my uniform cause I didn't have on the stupid neck scarf they require everybody to wear I responded by saying I'll put it on before I walk into class because but he thought he was gonna speak down to me didn't like that answer so he begain to act like a tough guy until I got in his face this guy practically ran out of my professors office into his office where he slammed and locked his door it seems chef Mitch was a b**** after all of his tough guy performance which is typical of bullies I left pissed off returning the next week having thought why should I pay an absurd amount of money to be treated like a jerk from staff because they think they have impunity I went to class and was called into the deans office and guess who was in there crying chef Mitch b**** but he wasn't acting like he did with me nope he was playing the victim I left the deans office on academic probation for however long and instead of going back to class I left ended up attending another culinary program that had the same cyllibus and I'm not in debt Keiser is just a fancy vocational school you are taught out of the same books as vocational schools this place is all about getting you to pay them just like a sleazy used car salesmen, once you start your stuck owing, it's been since 07 and I still owe $3600 for attending 3 weeks... I really hope I see chef Mitch B**** again he's not gonna get away next time

5 out of 5
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Degree: MBA in Management
Graduation Year: 2012

Keiser University was a great place to get my education while I was working fulltime. The professors were all very professional, had a lot of industry expereince in their fields and the classes were well-designed to help me improve my deliveralbes at work. The courses were taught in a hybrid fashion allowing me to benefit from four hours of classroom weekly with the balance being online instruction. The professors guided us through the self-directed process well, allowing a resonable amount of academic freedom to explore unique business related topics. I enjoyed the program at KU so well I am currently in a doctoral program now. GREAT SCHOOL!

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Degree: Radiologic Technology/Science - Radiographer
Graduation Year: 2017

Worst university they still your money basically not flexible nasty approach to students is really important to complete a program and here is impossible they report to the credit bureau everything not professional terrible experience not recommend this university at all

5 out of 5
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Degree: MBA in Management
Graduation Year: 2017

The MBA program is awesome. It is perfectly well conceived and easy to follow. As a good student you just need to follow the guide and your professors' advises. I consider I have learned a lot and improved my whole knowledge, not only about business but in general. The program is full of real-life scenarios that we discuss constantly with classmates and the professor. The best from the school is the Writing Studio. Amazing professors guide your writing to the extent of not only improve your paper but your writing skills also. It has been a trully good experience studying at Keiser University. I strongly recommend this school.

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Degree: Diagnostic Medical Sonography/Sonographer and Ultrasound Technician
Graduation Year: 2020

My daughter is a current student @keiseru #ftmyers and after doing have her classes theybare telling her she has to take a year off before she finishes her degree because there is no room in the program?! Why did they let her start if that is the case? They had to know that there would not be room for her when they signed her up. She now has to wait a year and remember all she learned this year, like anatomy/physiology, physics, etc when she won't be using it all year. When she questioned the dean he said she should just choose a different degree program, that she probably won't be able to pass it anyway, what? She has all A's! I am so fustrated that she decides to go to school for something she really wants to do and the school is delaying her from accomplishing her goals. Now she is debt with student loans which she will have to start paying back in 6 months before she earns her degree because she is being forced to take a year off! I have never heard of a school doing this before, it makes no sense to me at all!

1 out of 5
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Degree: Business Administration
Graduation Year: 2012

Do not go here. I had problems every step of the way. I was put into classes I'd already taken twice. My financial aid was messed up. The instructors do not care and do not respond to emails and the administrators are just as careless. I wasn't given an orientation Or a log in until after the classes started and they lost my transcripts.

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Degree: Sports Medicine
Graduation Year: 2012

Stay away! Unless you want to owe alot of money. I owe over 30 grand and have a degree I can't even use. The financial aid department fed me lies. Places like this only care about money. They take my taxes every year as I could not afford the payments they wanted every month as I have a family to take care of.

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