Keiser University Reviews of Associates in Liberal Arts

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Reviews - Associates in Liberal Arts

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Giancarlo RB
  • Reviewed: 10/16/2020
  • Degree: Liberal Arts
"The admission advisor sold it to me as this supper Student focused school and that they would do anything in their power to help me succeed... that was one of the biggest lies they said, at first they showed me some prices that were only about $150 dollars more that what I paid in my previous school, then they said that even online classes had a dedicated professor that is there to help you at any time. The price was actually $2,500 per class which is $2,188 more than what I paid on my previous school, in online classes you had to email the profesor and you would get back an auto response saying that the professor would be back to you in 24 to 48 hours, for a question in a class that only takes 4 weeks, when I went to withdraw they said you already paid for it so why don’t you finish it and then withdraw because you’ll loose your money which was also a lie because if I withdraw on the first week in their tuition and fees disclosure statement states that if I withdrew anytime within the first week I would’ve a 100% refund and if I withdrew within the second week, which is what I wanted to do, I would’ve gotten a 85% refund and if I withdrew within the third week I would have gotten an 80% refund, the only time I would have lost my money is if I withdrew from class on the fourth and last week... This school does not care about their students all they care about is making money, I highly HIGHLY want to discourage anyone thinking about enrolling in this school"
  • Reviewed: 11/15/2019
  • Degree: Liberal Arts
"This is an insanely overpriced school with a funny amount of instruction hours on campus. 1 month for 1 subject, you have to move fast and your ability to comprehend the material doesn’t matter to instructors. Supposedly they provide tutoring, but tutoring is not much different from a regular instruction time when you just sit in front of a computer and try to figure it out on your own. Some instructors are totally out there and live in their fantasy land where everyone is supposed to be a scholar and researcher, in particular Doctor Porter. This lady’ s assignments are insane to say the least. Not only the topic of the so called research paper is bizarre, but you are limited to your resources- KEISER’s library. When I honestly tried to do my best and realized that the assignment was designed by a lunatic, that was the time to leave this school. I don’t understand why they convince you to enroll first and tell you how welcome you are to become a part of Keiser, then strongly encourage you to leave. Thank God not every school is like that. I am sure some folks are nice there but overall it’s a very unfriendly, impersonal and uncaring environment."
  • Reviewed: 1/18/2019
  • Degree: Liberal Arts
"I came to Keiser b/c I was on academic probation at Broward College within my second semester of attending! It was either sit out a year or attend a different school. Keiser gave me a second chance,It is a private school so it is more expensive than public schools. The only thing I can say that I disliked about Keiser would have to be the building being out dated, overall it was an okay school. Smaller class sizes, tutoring available, work study opurtunity, small school. I did what I had to do and graduated with my AA and transferred to FIU earning my bachelors degree. While attending Keiser there were a lot of people with negative mindsets that complained about a lot of things but at the end of the day go in to learn what you have to learn and graduate. EVERY school is a business and care about money!"
  • Reviewed: 12/14/2018
  • Degree: Liberal Arts
"When your balance is 0at the bursars office, and you have a credit on the school because you overpaid the school will come up with made up bills so you wont get your money back they will take the money back from military student scholarship and if the va overpaid the school they will make you the student pay for it so Keiser wont have to return not a penny to anyone"
Richard Martin
  • Reviewed: 11/12/2017
  • Degree: Liberal Arts
"I have read many of these poor comments. Let me first say this: whatever you put into your education is what you will get out of it. I transferred credits from three colleges, they were all accepted. I first pursued my Associates in PhysicalTherapy Assistant, to learn in the process I did not have what it takes to finish my Anatomy and Physiology classes. I went to drop out and as they say in orientation, if you need a cheerleader we are here, we are here for you and your success is out success! Keiser Lakeland held to that saying, they cheered me on and supported me. They gave me the option to drop out, but also encouraged me to at least finish my Associates. So I stayed and I called the Dean, my Admissions Counselor, Financial Aid Officer, Bursar Office, Student Services and anyone that I ran into, yes even Professors that was not mine. They cheered me on, they supported me. I say this because I could have just dropped out and blamed them, but who would have been at fault? Me. I would have failed, not Keiser. So. Is Keiser perfect? No. But they try their hardest and they are genuine. I have spoke to the Campus President and even to Dr Keiser himself. Everyone makes time for you. If you do not seek assistance then they cannot help you. That is the bottom line. Before you sign up ask questions and take your time. Especially if you are a transfer student. Financial Aid will answer your questions with integrity. If you dont ask then point fingers at your self and not them. Read your paperwork. The majority of these comments could have been avoided if they read the paperwork to understand how tuition is charged. Okay. So bottom line: Keiser University is awesome and I would recommend them. In fact I am a second time student, I am working on my Bachelors at Keiser. Go SEAHAWKS!!!!"
  • Reviewed: 7/26/2017
  • Degree: Liberal Arts
"Not only am I now in debt, but I did not graduate nor did i receive the help needed to graduate. Up until the day I began classes I had excellent help getting set up with a payment plan and all the "necessary" programs for my laptop. It wasn't until I began attempting to do my class work that i discovered all the links were broken, my emails for help went ignored, and due to logging in after three weeks, ONLY to email my instructors before having to withdraw, did I receive feedback claiming that I now owe over $1000 for a college I wish I had never trusted. I was scammed, pushed farther back in my life, and now cannot attend any other college until my unfair and unjustified debt is paid."
  • Reviewed: 6/16/2015
  • Degree: Liberal Arts
"I started off in the PTA program in May of 2014. The program itself is 11months long and accelerated. I was dismissed during Kinesiology on my first attempt in this program. I had 48 muscles to learn within one week of the upper extremity. I didn't think of it being a scam at that particular moment. I did the re-entry process and had 3 months to wait to re-enter the program in March 2015. I got done with the re-entry processing before Thanksgiving of 2014 and would be restarting the program in March of 2015. I had more time to go over the muscles and the OIA and Ns of each muscle that I knew would be coming up for comps. To make a long story short I was successful in Kinesiology and progressed all the way to Modalities. The whole time I maintained a 3.19 GPA. I felt I was actually going to complete this program. Unfortunately, the school hired on a new instructor because they lost a previous instructor and took nearly a year to fill that position. This instructor had no control over her class. A very unorganized instructor that was easily flustered when you would ask questions. When time came for learning ultrasound modalities, we were not able to touch the equipment until the day just before a lab competency. I hardly think 6 hours is hardly a sufficient amount of time to prepare for a lab competency. I ended up failing the comp on my third try which has now permanently dismissed me from the program. Then the program director emails me the following day to come speak to the Dean about my educational options. I am not so sure about re-starting a new major in an allied health program at this university . I have read most of the reviews on this site and see the word SCAM pop up for this particular university in most all A.S programs. The Dean seems to want to push me just into another program. I have got my transcripts and looking at other options. Just really discouraging to know that a person with a B average is put out of the program and students in the 70% range are allowed to continue on. Now I'm stuck with 8 months of education and not able to do anything with it , along to facing close to $20k in debt with np degree. I think I better look into other PTA programs at a state college before ever returning to Keiser"
  • Reviewed: 3/27/2014
  • Degree: Liberal Arts
"After going to this college for almost 2 years I ended up not being to graduate, because they miscalculated my classes and I had one more class to take and because it's one class they cannot provide financial aid. Its terrible we go to school to better ourselves to get a career and yet because of an error made by the school a student is left with student loans and no way to graduate because of a lack of financial aid. Thank you KEISER for NOTHING"