Keiser University Reviews of Associates in Medical Billing & Coding

  • 5 Reviews
  • Daytona Beach (FL) (and 15 others)
  • Annual Tuition: $20,208
0% of 5 students said this degree improved their career prospects
20% of 5 students said they would recommend this program to others
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Reviews - Associates in Medical Billing & Coding

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Katherine P
  • Reviewed: 1/1/2021
  • Degree: Medical Billing & Coding
"Altogether, I'm rating this college a 3, but that would be rather generous. I graduated just two months ago, and ended up not being able to pass my certification exam (which was not covered in the tuition price), because my coding classes took place last December, with about 7 or 8 months of classes left. I really enjoyed the classes, and the teachers were great! But I really wish that Keiser staff had set up my classes so the coding portion would come dead last and it could be fresh on my mind. I honestly can't complain about anything else. The teachers worked very hard to make sure they provided a good learning environment, mine were all online, so it can get rather difficult to manage sometimes, and they each brought something new to the table. All of them were excited to teach, and provided positive reinforcement to all of us!"
Jason
  • Reviewed: 9/25/2020
  • Degree: Medical Billing & Coding
"I must say, my experience while attending Keiser was great. I was well pleased with the fast-paced format, and every instructor was quite helpful. The ONLY problem I encountered was the outrageous tuition! Nearly $30,000 for an associates degree is absurd! If they were to lower their tuition, more people would probably attend the school. I have the opportunity to attend Keiser in the fall to acquire my bachelors in Health Science, but I have chosen another university for that because of the lower cost."
Tali
  • Reviewed: 5/23/2019
  • Degree: Medical Billing & Coding
"What a horrible and disgusting way to run a buisness. This is only care about money You can get your degree at another school for so much less. I had an associates degree from another college, came here, they took the credits and STILL I ended up with almost 20k in debt. I feel so stupid now because when I signed up I thought I was making an attempt to better my life.They also hold the right to raise tuition at any moment WITHOUT notice. I was down on my luck and made a stupid decision to come here."
Sherreco Dunn
  • Reviewed: 2/5/2019
  • Degree: Medical Billing & Coding
"Going to Keiser University the Professor was great. Doing my internship wasnt so great it was 8hrs from me I didnt get any help, finish school with a 3.42 GPA I NEVER DID BILLING AND CODING AT A REAL FACILITY NEVER GOT THE ASSISTANCE I NEEDED TO UNDERSTAND IT , I STILL DONT HAVE MY DEGREE BC THEY BEEN HOLDING IT FOR A YEAR NOW JUST BECAUSE I OWE A FEE I WASNT AWARE THAT I COULD HAVE GOTTEN USE BOOKS ANS I WAS GETTING ALL NEW BOOKS AND CAUSE ME TOO OWE THEM $1600.00 I was able too pay them $560 of it, Inhabent been able too find a job Im $36,000 thousand dollars in debt cant find a job. And when I reach out to the school they and the financial department they tell nothing we can do for you I decided to go back too school and they tell me I cant because I owe a fee, I have 3yr old son that I cant even take care of bc this. I was a great student never miss a day of school only when Harvey hit us and I still made away ! I worked hard and this degree mean so much to me and I feel they took it from me."
Brian Smith
  • Reviewed: 1/21/2019
  • Degree: Medical Billing & Coding
"Only online classes offered for medical billing and coding. For someone with no medical background, Keiser University proved to be a horrible financial decision. Here are the reasons why. 1) You will have to pay roughly $10,000 per semester. 2) Even if you drop out, you must pay for the entire semester, regardless of the reason(s) for not completing the semester. 3) You must cram a lot of information into each class, without ever actually knowing your professor; if you need quick help -- for any reason -- good luck. The professors are not career professors. They will get back to you when they can, hopefully. I got behind and it took over a day just receive a basic email from my professor. By that time, too late. I did not possess the remaining time needed to finish assignments/tests. I had another email my professor never even replied. Very unprofessional. I dropped out and now Keiser wants me to pay the remaining balance for my semester. This so-called 'University' is a complete scam. Find another source for your education, and good luck."