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Degree: Radiology
Graduation Year: 2017

While this is an excellent career choice and degree program, I find that Keiser's tuition is far from the norm. The program is 6-semesters long at a cost of $10,000 per semester--$60,000 for an Associates of Science degree. My Ph.D. was $66K--really people. I am also not certain whether the program is accredited by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT). Students may want to visit their webpage. Students may want to seek other options that are more cost effective and receive the same degree--website medical technology schools.

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Degree: Computer and Information Sciences and Support Services, Other
Graduation Year: 2016

If you have any professional experience with computers, pick another school and save yourself the headaches. Having to inform the "professor" that they are providing incorrect information (despite its truth) is never well received. Scheduling problems due to clerical errors and no responsibility taken on the part of the faculty or administration despite the negative impact on my GPA.

2 out of 5
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Degree: Health Sciences
Graduation Year: 2013

Kieser University is not honest about the cost of using their online program nor will they take credits from another college; they want you to repeat courses over even if you already did them.

They tell you there is a education fee of $400.00; which is a one time fee; what they dont' tell you is that one time fee is every semester so that adds up.

If you want your grades you have to pay a $5.00 fee; if you behind in your education fees they will not provide you a copy until that is paid in full.

They are expensive,I suggest going to someplace else Kieser needs to be shut down for online courses. There are more negative things about this college then good. OUTRAGEOUS COST FOR ONE THING.

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2 out of 5
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Degree: Multimedia Design
Graduation Year: 2011

I have had debt collectors on me for over 3 months now for 700$. IM DEPLOYED. The school knows this and I am on a active duty deployment status.

I am getting emails and letters from my mom crying saying they wont stop calling and guess what THEY CANT TALK TO HER even if she is my POC with the school and my rights have been signed over to her. So when I get back I will be looking at a ruiend credit score, a disgruntle mother, and one hell of a bill to pay off.

Seriously this school is not worth the time...on a good note my teachers were awesome.

2 out of 5
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Degree: Information Technology

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.

2 out of 5
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Degree: Health Sciences
Graduation Year: 2012

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.

2 out of 5
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This page offered no option for my campus. Just so you know, I went to Jax and had a few online classes. The school is very poorly managed. Management say random things that contradict other managers or the catalog. There are two teachers here who are brilliant, but the rest do not know their fields.

The CP is on campus 2 hours a week, the deans don't support their faculty, they didn't when I started a few years ago, and the news ones still didn't when I got out this year. Programs and teachers disappear monthly. I don't have secure feeling from KU. I only came here because of GI Bill. No support for physical or mental disability, and I got both last tour.

Now that I work in the industry KU trained me in, I know that the KU degree isn't worth the paper it's printed on, at least not to employers like mine. Final note, if you are a crybaby or whining kiddie then KU Jax is for you. Just run to the highest manager you can find an youre golden. A girl in my class had three felonies and acted up but never disciplined, will she be able to work in the field, nope! Worst campus ever.

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