Student & Graduate Reviews
Disappointed - 4/10/2014
Graduation Year: 2014
"Instructors do not speak English clearly hard to understand them. There is no continuity between instructors, yet all students are held to the same standard. If questions are asked students are told to look in book and find answer. If average grade on test is 69 students are told it is them. When going to Director you are told it will be addressed and no change is made... It's a wonder that local hospitals and now Health South rehab does not want students in their locations, as instructors think it is the sponsoring sites responsibility to educate students while instructors disappear for hours on sit in lounge."
MBV - 3/27/2014
Graduation Year: 2013
"I do not want to come across as angry or belligerent, but I cannot stress enough how EXTREMELY mediocre this university is. The instructors and the administration have no desire to aid students in fully understanding the material and seem to be quite obsessed with the N-Clex. There is no consistency between the material semi-explained in class and the material on which students are tested. Then you have the ATI, which is either pass or fail exam, and there is no class in this subject matter. At the beginning of the semester you are given a book, approximately 5 inches thick, and told to learn it with no further guidance. This school is very quick to accept you, but has no interest in graduating qualified nurses. There is not enough time to filter, process and understand material between exams. Simply, if you have the ability to memorize without comprehending then this is the school for you. Personally, I would dread being in a hospital situation with a Keiser nurse in charge of my care. It is virtually impossible for that person to really know what they are doing unless they've learned only through experience in the workplace and nothing in the classroom."
mandy - 10/25/2013
Graduation Year: 2013
"Do not go to this school. As soon as you arrive. Must take a test and reach a certain number. All programs are different numbers. All classes are a month long. I needed two classes. Omg was it hard. You have to learn five chapters in a week. Then your professor makes you learn all five chapters..picks out 50 questions for test. Which are so in depth. Barley any hands on work. Your grade in class comes from 90% of tests. Lectures the whole 4 hours. Then if you reach a grade of "c" you have to see how your other grades are. Must keep a 3.0 or take other classes over. If you decide to take it over. Your program gets moved back if your close to program. Program is the same. One class at time. When you graduate. They do not get you a job. They show you how to look for hiring jobs."
Anonymous - 10/13/2013
"Please re consider the nursing program at Keiser!!!! I attended this school and I regret every bit of it. When I was enrolled in the nursing program, about 4 teachers quit and also the dean of nursing!!! It was sooo diffi ult with all tbe sork they give, its impossible to retain any information! The professors gossip about students to other students, they lack teachjng skills. I can honestly say professor berrick was the only knowledgeable one there. They push certain people through. Especially the ass kissers. I ended up leaving and im now attending miami-dade. Please think twice!! Be weary of a school that has 3 start dates cor the nursing program! I am so happy that I left the school. attending Miami Dade made me realize how horrible Kaiser is.the equipment is outdated financial aid doesn't know anything and it's overpriced. Please think twice! (Sorry for the grammical and spelling errors...)"
Anonymous - 3/3/2013
"I currently attend Keiser for the nursing degree. I am in some B.S. degree program until I pass my teas exam. This program is called the Bachelor of science in interdisciplinary studies. Can anyone explain WTH that means and where you can use such a degree at? First let's start with admissions. I was told to bring an unofficial copy of my transcripts in instead of the real one which makes sense. No time after did they ask for it until money was paid and I was in the class with no refund. Then admissions failed to tell me that they make you take a pre-math class you really don't need unless you test out of it. So instead of 8 classes you need 10 yes pre-english class too. Then financial aide oh the idiots nobody can break down the money by class like they do at other schools. No one knows nothing at this school but how to take your money and how to hide the truth from you. Now I am stuck in this school until I graduate and trust by then I will owe an arm and a leg. I pay for my own books because if I didn't I would owe them. I regret not taking more time out before giving them my $200 bucks and signing on to a class."