Keiser University Reviews of Bachelor's in Criminal Justice

  • 6 Reviews
  • Daytona Beach (FL) (and 15 others)
  • Annual Tuition: $21,008
50% of 6 students said this degree improved their career prospects
33% of 6 students said they would recommend this program to others
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Reviews - Bachelor's in Criminal Justice

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  • Reviewed: 2/26/2022
  • Degree: Criminal Justice
"DO NOT GO TO KEISER UNIVERSITY!!!! They only care about you before they take your money, they are complete money grabbers. It costs an absolute fortune to attend the university, you’d expect the quality of teaching, the dorms, the food etc to be exceptional, but it’s everything but that. They give out FINES just to profit off you. For example, if you lock yourself out of your room, a simple mistake that anyone can make, they will charge you $10. If you step foot into a friends dorm, it’s an instant $25, and doubles with every occasion. If you drink alcohol in your own dorm, even if you are of legal age, you get a $125 fine. If you move furniture in your dorm, $50 fine. The list goes on. Not to mention, it is compulsory to buy a food package, but the food they serve at the flagship campus (west palm beach) is AWFUL. If you’re happy eating half cooked pasta and vegetables with watery sauce everyday with, this is the perfect campus for you. Not to mention, there has been several occasions I have found dead flies in my food. To add, the first day I arrived, I noticed that the dorm was completely infested with ants, even on my hard mattress that I had to sleep on, waking up with multiple bites all over my body. They advertise on their website that each dorm within stauffer have 2 individual study rooms, but again, upon arrival I noticed they had transformed them into private bedrooms, leaving us with no place to study within the ‘comfort’ of our own dorm. When asking for the desks to be placed into the living room, they told us that they can no longer provide us with these facilities. This is FALSE ADVERTISEMENT. We are paying for facilities that they refusing provide. The fact that the university will not even provide their students with a source of light or anything to cover the windows, really shows how cheap they are. In the dorms, they literally provide you with the bare minimum, you get a sofa and a small table in the front room, that is it. KEISER UNIVERSITY FLAGSHIP CAMPUS (west palm beach) completely drains you until you’ve got nothing left to give. I could not tell you one day I have felt stress free. I wish I never came to this university, not only have I spent my life savings coming here, but it has also wasted valuable time. If you choose to ignore the reviews and give keiser a chance, you will soon realise everything I am saying is completely true. Save your time and happiness, and find a university that care about you and your education"
Jason Allen
  • Reviewed: 10/23/2019
  • Degree: Criminal Justice
"The Tallahassee Campus is great! Every teacher is very helpful and financial aid does their jobs very well. This review is mainly about the main campus and stipend request!! I'm a GI Bill student and decided to take out student loans to help with finances. The main campus denies me multiple times and then decides to take money from my account and give me hardly any money. So if you are a Vet like me, don't be surprised if they take money from you as well!! I'm getting ready to transfer!"
  • Reviewed: 2/8/2018
  • Degree: Criminal Justice
"Whoever is considering to go to school and get an education, Congratulations! That is a big step towards your career, future. Keiser University was truly a wonderful experience for me. I highly recommend anyone to go to this University. Reviews are good to look into but you have to see, try, and take that leap of faith on your own. If this school matches all what you are looking for then what is stopping you? Keiser was a great fit for me. The convenience, flexibility, EXTREME help, kindness from everyone there to having a career which Keiser helped me with through the Student Service department. Keiser is there to help every step of the way but you have to make that step. If I could rate Keiser from a 1 to 10, I would give them a 20+...... You will not be sorry with this University"
  • Reviewed: 7/26/2017
  • Degree: Criminal Justice
"I am currently in college right getting my MS in Criminal Justice classes are easy, but it is a waste of time 100% because what job am I going to have I am dropping out of a MS program to get my real estate license. Really??!! I'm in big time debt it's up to $50,000 Stay away from here"
  • Reviewed: 5/15/2017
  • Degree: Criminal Justice
"I really wish I had not came to the school. All I do is pay money and pay more money and pay even more money for things that I don't even know about. It seems like all this school is interested in is taking money. Did you know that the school get sued just about every year because of how much money they take from students? Anyways moving on from the money issue, the financial aid people are not ready. When I'm on campus no one says anything to me about financial aid or anything but as soon as I leave campus they should do with all these emails expect me to do all these things that they could've asked me to do when I was there. They are unprofessional, not ready, and I really don't think the school as a whole is ready for students."
  • Reviewed: 2/25/2014
  • Degree: Criminal Justice
"My experience with Keiser was not the best when it came to the personnel in the front. I attended the Jacksonville, FL branch and things got so bad that I had to report three employees to the school president. I'm not sure if anything was done, but one of them for sure doesn't work there anymore. The business side of that branch is so unorganized and very unprofessional. Many of my classmates had complaints with most of them dealing with screwed up paperwork or disrespect.The professors in my core classes were my favorite. The classes were small and intimate, also you really got to learn a lot about your professors, which allowed me to be comfortable. Overall, the school and coursework was easy to get through, but if you are looking for a QUALITY EDUCATION go to a traditional college."