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Degree: Nursing
Graduation Year: 2017

Worse school I have ever attended. Teachers just do not care about students at all. Attendance and tardiness is such a big issue, that is just ridiculous, and sometimes things happen, but they just don't understand, and of course THEY can be late. As a student, I felt like they were doing me a favor, instead of me paying for good education, which by they way you will not receive at this institution. In regards to the nursing program, you will feel threatened all the time, they just make it very difficult with soooooo many homeworks and stuff to do at home, that you don't even have time to study, so basically you just go from task to task without learning what you actually need to learn. And if you drop half way, they will charge you for the whole semester It is all a big disappointment, shame on them.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Business Administration
Graduation Year: 2018

Keiser University offers more than just high-quality education. Be a Keiser University Student means be part of a family. This college experience is so complete we have a so efficient and friendly team of resident life, a so active pastoral life, the best food in San Marcos, sports, and the best is the chapel. Also, each semester we have a bunch of activities including some many clubs and the households. I am glad to be part of this amazing family. Thank KU for this fantastic experience.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Diagnostic Medical Sonography/Sonographer and Ultrasound Technician
Graduation Year: 2018

Keiser University is a great college to study at. The professors are absolutely wonderful. They are very knowledgeable and understanding. They go out of their way for the students to succeed. Diagnostic Medical Sonography is not a program for someone who just wants to go to school and then forget about school when they get home. You have to study, and practice every single day or else you will never be able to pass. Its your money and your time, I wouldn't waste it.

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4 out of 5
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Degree: Business Administration
Graduation Year: 2016

Thank you KU for the amazing gift of being part of this great family! Thank you pastoral life for teaching me to grow and how to overcome the hard circumstances of life!! Thank you Residence Life for teaching me discipline and responsibility!! Love you all

5 out of 5
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Degree: Physical Therapy
Graduation Year: 2017

Attending Keiser University has been such an incredible experience for me, not only as a student but an upcoming professional. From the selective teachers that are precisely chosen with exceptional knowledge and experience to the class scheduling of taking one class a month, instead of four classes in one semester. I have learned to function under excessive amounts of information, and deliberating it in suitable timing. Keiser prepares you for the actual world, not only engaging you in the books but also connecting you with hands on equipment and familiarity. It was an honoring occasion meeting Dr. Keiser at my campus last week. It put a face to an honorable individual who makes it possible for so many to achieve their educational and professional goals. Talk about motivation!! I am now more eager to be successful and looking forward to my future.

4 out of 5
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Degree: Business Administration
Graduation Year: 2019

My experience at Keiser University Latin American Campus has been fantastic. By being here I have grown both in the academic area and all my personal areas. I'm very thankful for all my past, present and future years in this institution. College life has been amazing here.

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

During the time that I spend in the campus, everything is amazing . The teachers always are available for the student and they pay close attention to the student needs. Moreover, I had experience a lot of knowledge about my major on Business Administration .

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

Trusting Keiser University my professional education has been the best decision in my life. More than a high quality education, the experience at Keiser University has given me the tools that any person needs to face the daily problems of our society. You learn from experts, and put your lessons into real life situations that allows to see beyond the many limits that you think you may have. Once I heard a phrase that "impossible things exist only in the world of incapable people"...but here at Keiser you become a person capable of everything! Because there is not limit, unless you do not take the risk! ;)

5 out of 5
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Degree: Business Administration
Graduation Year: 2016

This university offered me an integral college experience. Not only was the Faculty excellent and very willing to help, but also the Student Life department was always taking care on any of our concerns. I would definitely recommend this university to anyone in the region.

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

This school is a hot mess. Started off my first class not knowing what to expect with open eyes ready for a new experience. My first class was Anatomy I, and my teacher I was assigned ended up going on medical leave so we were left with a sub who was a CHIROPRACTOR not an anatomy professor. I should have known from then I was going down hill.. I pretty much had to learn and teach everything by myself because he had zero knowledge of the subject. I ended up with an A only because I complained to the dean so they passed me. My next 3 classes were great besides having to wake up at 7 am everyday.. BTW.. They mention that their school is great for workers and very flexible.. its not. you must attend class every day M-Thurs 8am-1pm EVERY DAY.. or night schedule which is 6pm-10pm how is that flexible I don't know.. being my classes were easy i transferred to online classes which was such a mistake. I received a B in my easy computer class, but in my American lit class I did every thing the same as I have always done with my other classes ( I am very dedicated to school) and i received an F!! the teacher was absolutely horrible when it came to grading and communicating. She claimed on the last day of class that i never turned in my midterm.. why would you tell me ON THE LAST DAY OF CLASS YOU NEVER RECIEVED IT. iIthen fought my grade and was given a C which is still unacceptable because in Keiser University world, a C will get you no where as you can't go into the program with a C so good luck. So pretty much i had to go back to the school i originally came from. i wasted over $8,000 on this ridiculously priced school where i had to learn the material my self. They tried to make me feel better by telling me I can find another program but I will never attend this school again neither will i recommend it to anyone i know. You pay so much money to attend a school that's no bigger than a library and doesn't even have updated technology for the so called 'professors' as i see they just hire anyone, and their so called 'lounge area' is a room with 5 tables and 5 vending machines. everyone gets a 15 min lunch break at the same time so don't expect to find an available table.. stay away!!!!

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