Keiser University eCampus Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (67)
Do not waste your time and money. I am an adult who was in the business world for many years. I am used to dealing with people in a professional and honest method.
In one semester my book orders were incorrect once, not sent another time and then I was double charged. I needed to speak to three different people before I found someone who was WILLING and then able to correct the issues. This is the tip of the iceberg.
Attempting to transfer has been a complete nightmare. It has been more than six weeks and Keiser still is unable to complete the necessary changes to my financial aid. It is nearly impossible to speak to a knowledgeable person. They are either at lunch or unavailable. Even the Dean doesn't have voicemail. How can no one at a university have voicemail?
It certainly tells me something about their level of professionalism. Run away! You won't regret it.
Awful experience. Save your money and go to a community college or county tech school you will save about 30,000
Keiser University is a great school and whether online or in school, the level of support is great and the teachers are very helpful and understanding to your personal life. They do plenty to help you get through your classes.
The only downside is that the school is expensive and, even if you qualify for full financial aid, the loans are pretty steep. So, I guess if you can afford it, Keiser University is a great selection of a school.
I am a first semester student. Yes, it is expensive. But to all the haters, Keiser switched to a non-profit. The instructors are great, classes are small, and 3 classes go throughout the year. Have had the opportunity to talk to a lot of RN's out there, and they are all Keiser.
Hospitals are looking for Keiser students since we have more training and more time out in real life scenarios. Pick your school, State College of Florida is on academic probation from the the nursing group that governs them.
Keiser passed with flying colors. Don't hate, people are looking for the best, and apparently Keiser is winning.
I went to Keiser admissions hoping to have a real career within a year or two. I would of ended up about 50,000 dollars in debt and a tough time finding a job. I paid their registration fees ($200.00) but then changed my mind the next day. I called to cancel and they told me to email them and I did. I was waiting for my refund for a month only to find out that the counselor never submitted my cancellation request. I had to call over a dozen times to get my full $200.00 back, each time getting the same story saying that I did not cancel within the 3 day grace period.
Well, it took me over two months to get my refund. They have no problem taking money but when it comes to giving money back...they will fight you tooth and nail! Don't do it!
I went and got my AA and returned to get my BBA. After registering for classes I took online and after 3 days I realized that I was not going to be able to go to school because of personal reasons. I tried to contact them, but no one was ever available to take my call to the point where I had to drive all the way to see them and then they turned around and charged me $1400 for just 3 days of class.
Even though I complained and went to them for more than 2 years they sent my account to a collections agency. Now they are forcing me to pay the full amount in a month and will no longer accept me just paying $50 a month. Their customer services is horrible and they promise to help you find a job when you finish and they don't.
I graduated that school with a 3.4 GPA and was always one of the top students in my class but even that did not help me get a job. You are better off going to a public college or university, but if you want to go to Keiser and graduate owing $20,000+ with no job after...then Keiser is the school for you.
Received my Associates from Keiser 8 yrs ago and am back to get my Bachelor's. I have had nothing but good experiences with classes & staff. These are accelerated courses!!! Not for sissies. Online typically is geared toward the student who is also working to pay for school and needs a flexible schedule.
Online offers this. Do I have 10 years to take one or two classes a semester at a regular school? No, I have to work. I enjoy the variety of instructors and real world knowledge they offer. You have to commit to this to reap the rewards. Good luck!
This school is not what it's suppose to be, employers in the medical field frown upon this school. Administration is lost high over turn in employees. Some of the instructors don't care about the students they don't check the students work they just give away grades.
The price of the school is too high for the education you receive. I feel I wasted my time with this school, I just completed the school since I paid for it up front. In my eyes this was not a smart choice in an education.
This school only cares about your money and that is all. I just left this so called university because I was having issues with a class and no one, not even the dean wanted to put in the effort to help me, so I had to pay $100 to withdrawl from their school. I wouldn't go to this school if it was a matter of life or death.
Just a horrible school all around. Most of us are still unemployed than employed! They suck!