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5 out of 5
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Degree: Medical Assistant
Graduation Year: 2015

I currently attend Keiser Melbourne as a MA student, I was skeptical at first because of all the negative reviews however I am happy with my decision. I finish in a few months, and I must say the teachers are great. It is a fast paced learning environment, and its more expensive. I agree with some of these reviews it is not for everyone. I like the hands on experience here and the fact that I will graduate with my AS degree along with some certifications that I was not aware of when starting - those include phlebotomist, EKG, CPR, and basic x-ray.

3 out of 5
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Degree: Nursing
Graduation Year: 2014

This school is not for everybody, for me it was obvious to choose this school. Main reason: They accepted every single one of my credits to transfer in. Other schools (FIU, FAU, and UM) took 1/2 the credits Keiser did. I already earned my A.A from SCCC (State University of New York's community college) so I was unwilling to retake classes that I've already had (and earned an A). The one class at a time schedule is great, there is nothing more stressful than having to take 4 finals in one week! Here I feel like you can really learn rather than try to cram just to pass. Focusing on one class at a time was the way to go for me. The professors at the Miami campus were excellent, but the office staff were horrible. They misplace everything (including your official transcripts, so get everything in writing that they have them, best way is through e-mail), they are very rude, most of them are young and couldn't seem to care less about their job. I recently transferred to the Ft. Lauderdale campus (also switching programs), and in the short amount of time I've dealt with them I am pleased with their professionalism and respect. Overall, know what to expect if you choose Keiser you will work your butt off (they're not going to hand you a degree, which is what some people expect).

3 out of 5
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Graduation Year: 2017

I just wanna say that the dress code is ridiculous. You have to dress like you would for a legit business. Like dresses, no jeans, nothing sorter than knee length and you have to ear things with sleeves (no dresses with tank top straps) You also have to wear close toed shoes. And if you're taking any of the nursing programs or anything like that then you need to wear scrubs to school everyday. But other than that and being very expensive, it's not a bad school. Everybody is pretty nice and the way they set up the schedule is great. Basically you have just one class a month instead of taking a bunch of classes at once. I go to class 3 days a week for 4 hours a day. So if you do the math, thats 48 hours of class. They do give a lot of homework though. But again, the dress code is so stupid. I had to get all new clothes and if you are going to an expensive college, it sucks to have to buy all new clothes too. The financial aid really sucks too, like all of the reviews say. Im going to a community college soon so i can save money and don't have to follow their mormon dress code.

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2 out of 5
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Degree: Biomedical Engineering
Graduation Year: 0000

The school is fine for vocational programs but DO NOT ENTER THIS SCHOOL IF YOU PLAN ON FURTHERING YOUR EDUCATION! The biomedical and biotechnical programs are brand new at this campus this year and are a JOKE they are science degrees that are suppose to either set you up for medical school or have you ready to go work in a lab but they have NO lab equipment! Well besides the million dollar ventilator used to rid the room of toxic smells LOL! Go to a community college! They'll have all the equipment you need to get your hands on learning that will really prepare you to work in a lab and a quarter of the cost! They also hire teachers that have never taught before! Stay far away from physics at this school! He's 80 years old and I hope you're best friends with Sheldon Cooper because if not, you'll be teacher yourself physics. There is also a total disconnect between the office and the class rooms! The teachers have to curve the grades so much because keiser doesn't let anyone fail. You can do NOTHING and get a C! Not fair when you want to learn and actually know what you're doing. And one last point I want to make to save everyone in the future! IF YOU HAVE TAKEN A CLASS AT ANOTHER INSTITUTE AND THEY TELL YOU ITS NOT THE SAME COURSE BECAUSE THE FIRST NUMBER IN THE COURSE NAME IS DIFFERENT, THEY ARE LYING! ITS THE SAME EXACT CLASS AND YOU DONT HAVE TO TAKE IT AGAIN! GO TO THE OFFICE AND TELL THEM THEY MADE A MISTAKE! They get millions of dollars a year from poor souls who trust them! SCAM! SCAM! SCAM! I am writing this to save even just one person from going through what I did.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Nursing Assistant/Aide and Patient Care Assistant/Aide
Graduation Year: 2016

Keiser University is an excellent school. I am doing online program for Family Nurse Practitioner.

2 out of 5
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Degree: Health Sciences
Graduation Year: 2015

Choose another school and realize some times the staff of the school might get on these sights and write reviews to counter the truth about what students have to say about the college. There have been reviews that some of keiser universities employees and ex employees have written saying the school is crap! Teachers pretty good, rest of the staff might just try to be fake friends to get mone for the school, alot of the staff needs to learn that they are at work not the student.

2 out of 5
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Degree: Education, Other
Graduation Year: 2015

The instructors at the school are good but the financial staff at the Jacksonville campus are far from that. For this school to be "veteran friendly" they sure need to do a better job of doing that. If there staff was professional or proficient there wouldn't be a delaying in any of the paper for any of the veterans. all of that stuff should be done like clock work. Any vets in the Jacksonville area save your benefits and go to a professional university or community college.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Accounting
Graduation Year: 2014

Excellent!

5 out of 5
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Degree: MBA in Management
Graduation Year: 2014

I attended Keiser University for both my Bachelor degree and Master degree. I had some issues with a few teachers but overall it was a great experience. Education is expensive and Keiser University is one of the more expensive universities and I will be indebt for a very long time, but my degree has helped me already progress farther up the chain of command at work. I would recommend Keiser mainly for the speed of the class and how fast I received my degree. I received a 6 year degree in 3 years and maintained a 4.0 GPA while working a full time job.

4 out of 5
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Degree: Health Information/Medical Records Administration/Administrator
Graduation Year: 2016

So far I have been attending Keiser for a little over a year and I have had no problems yet. Yes its expensive but that's because the teachers are giving you a very high quality education.

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