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Degree: Management
Graduation Year: 2015

Stay away and spend your GI Bill elsewhere. So many hidden regulations and half your day spent on campus is at the financial aid office because they want $$$. Then you get back to class only to realize you missed half of it and no notes or handouts are provided for the schools negligence. Btw way overpriced for what you get!!

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Degree: Occupational Therapy Assistant
Graduation Year: 2015

Veterans and non veterans, go to a community/state college. Do not waste your time with Keiser University. The instructors are very unprofessional. The instructor should be there to help you but they turn out to be the biggest bullies and so is the administration because they will not back you up, hence $$$ thats all they see. The curriculum is very fast pace and if you fail a class it takes months for you to get into the next one. They are in the business to make money so dont kid yourself into thinking they care. Your GI Bill will be all gone in a flash, they love GIs for that. If you want a proper education go to one of the schools I mentioned above, youll get more for your money and still left over. They will suck your money right out of you. Keiser is an expensive school that is not worth your time. Im warning my fellow comrades and non military as well. Take the advice and you will not be disappointed. I cant believe this school is operational.

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Degree: Nursing
Graduation Year: 2013

I went to the Orlando campus from 2011 through 2013. Mrs. G, was by far the worst instructor I ever had, but other than her inability to teach in a classroom setting and ridiculous exams, the school was great! Mrs. S, is the best! It is definitely expensive, but it's faster than taking 5 million unnecessary prerequisites and wasting 4 years (plus waiting lists) on a public university, so you can start working faster.

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Degree: Nursing
Graduation Year: 2022

I want to become a nurse I went to keiser to inquire was told its an awesome program. Before obtaining information about the program I was told I have to be registered for classes & be an enrolled student. I did exactly that I was given a schedule then I went to financial aid on my schedule I had only 2 classes to take financial aid explained the payment was for the program come to find out they are now charging me $4300 for two classes absolutely outrageous. I cant understand how they can do this & how can it be legal for a school to charge so much.

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Degree: Medical Assistant
Graduation Year: 2012

Do not go to this School. I when to Keiser in 2011 for a few semesters. While there I decided to join the military in 2012 , I looked at the drop deadlines before I decided to withdraw from the Orlando Campus. I was still within the time to withdraw. I withdrew for the school and signed the paperwork and state the reason and joining the military. The employee who helped me told me, I has good and do not own any money. So 4 years later after my military duty, I try to get my transcripts so I can attend another school, Keiser University tells me I own $8k. I asked why it was never reported on my credit since I keep track, the response I got was that I got lucky. Not true, I had the paperwork to prove I withdrew 4 yrs ago if they would have reported back in 2012. And my student report is also missing the paperwork too. Yet the college reported to my student loans that I graduated from there. DO NOT GO TO KEISER UNIVERSITY.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Nursing
Graduation Year: 2018

Just wanted to say that this was an awesome program that did exactly what they said they would do. I got my ADN and passed my NCLEX the first time. I am about to start my dream job and I owe it all to Keiser and the awesome professors who went above and beyond to make sure I had what I needed to succeed.

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Degree: Nursing
Graduation Year: 2018

I graduated from the Port Saint Lucie campus in nursing and I am making great money! I was about to drop out after I failed a class, but J. and J. in financial aid worked together to keep me in...they took time to help me get back up and found a way to help me afford to re take the class. You simply don't get that type of help at a community college. They really cared about me and I could tell it wasn't just for the money. Yes Keiser is expensive but worth every penny because of workers like them. Thank you guys. I'll never forget how you cared about me...just a single mom trying to make a better life for me and my daughter.

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Degree: Nursing
Graduation Year: 2020

The program is extremely fast paced, you barely have time to learn anything. You "pump and dump" the information between tests to keep up. And guess what? If you fail, there aren't any seats open in the program for 2 years and you have to transfer. Don't waste your time, go to a real school.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Criminalistics and Criminal Science
Graduation Year: 2015

This school is a joke, the faculty are not qualified to teach. I am only posting this to deter young students to save your money and time. I have read a lot of the negative posts here and they are true, you will see for yourself if you attend this "University" pff, again a joke!!

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Degree: Nursing
Graduation Year: 2018

This school is interested in MONEY as I have seen them bounce good students without any consideration in trying to get them taught the material. They seem to take glee in dropping students so long as they have a new nursing student ready to pay. Read carefully as you can not retake a class like you can in the public college system in Florida. They are taking advantage of the limited supply of nursing slots in the public university system. Even though I graduated they state to students don't worry you can get into another nursing school easily which is a lie. The credits don't all transfer and again its about the MONEY. Not for profit my backside.

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