Keiser University Reviews - Bachelor's in Psychology

2.79 out of 5 stars
(5 Reviews)
  • Daytona Beach (FL)(and 15 others)
  • Annual Tuition: $20,208
50% 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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Student & Graduate Reviews

1.3 out of 5 stars
Bethaney Brookes - 1/3/2021
Degree: Psychology
Graduation Year: 2023
"I was not aware of the TOTAL cost of tuition and if my aid and loans would cover it until after I had paid their registration fee. So, I found out directly after paying $55 that I couldn't even afford to attend. My financial aid advisor assured me they would refund the money. However, they have not made good on that promise. If you are looking at attending this college, do not pay the registration fee until they inform you of ALL tuition and fees."
4.9 out of 5 stars
Jason - 5/8/2019
Degree: Psychology
Graduation Year: 2019
"I don't know all the stuff that everyone here went through but i can say that people are more likely to write the bad and forget the good. I went to keiser twice. Once 8 years ago which i did like a year and stopped and than i came back and finished my bachelors. I had a great experience! AS LONG AS YOU do your work, pay on time and repeat those 2 steps you will graduate with no problems. If you're going to complain, and make excuses like " i work 3 jobs, or i work too much etc" you're going to fail because no one cares about your excuses we all have problems. Deal with it.. Its easy, work hard and be on time and you will graduate. PERIOD. Also, i did the ONLINE PROGRAM so i can't speak for those who went on Campus."
1.0 out of 5 stars
OMega - 12/16/2016
Degree: Psychology
Graduation Year: 2008
"At Keiser you will not be given correct information about the cost of the school. For reference to anyone who questions the cost seeing multiple people on here saying "yes it is expensive but..." let me clarify. 7 months at Keiser cost me over 18,000$ The classes are a month long, if the class moves slow and you do not complete all of the chapter requirements, it doesn't matter. You will simply receive credits for that class, and continue, graduating without proper education or the knowledge necessary for your degree. How great is that?! A minimum of 48,000$ for an associates degree and you don't have an associates level knowledge. I cannot and will not stress enough to anyone considering this route for your education, do not do it. A community college is better equipped, cheaper, and will tell you their cost upfront. This school is awful. I would not wish the financial strain they put on their students to anyone. It is simply not worth it. To pay this much for an education, but you should be getting a quality education for this price, and you're not."
2.0 out of 5 stars
3yearstudent - 6/8/2016
Degree: Psychology
Graduation Year: 2017
"This school cost so much money for a degree that doesn't even lisense you! I would not get a psychology degree here let alone any degree here! Please don't waste your time they are very unorganized and it takes weeks to fix any problem you might have."
2.3 out of 5 stars
Math Student - 12/12/2015
Degree: Psychology
Graduation Year: 2019
"I find it amusing... Keiser recruited me with the promise of "Personalized education." Now, not even one month in, my math instructor has left me, high and dry, refusing to answer emails and messages, regarding instructions on a math homework assignment.... In the end, I went to the local high school and got better instructions from a high school teacher than I've received from my own instructor.... Also, even though our books REQUIRE us to use calculators to simply help expedite the solving of sub equations, in order to solve the major equations, this instructor has refused to allow us to do so, exposing his weak methodology of teaching. And, to make matters more annoying, he has turned a blind eye to those, who he seems to have personal relationships with, that use their calculators to solve entire problems, creating internal, class tensions.... He is new. However, that seems to only expose a weak hiring criteria, here at Keiser, Orlando..."