Keiser University Reviews

  • 274 Reviews
  • Daytona Beach (FL) (and 15 others)
  • Annual Tuition: $20,208
42% of 274 students said this degree improved their career prospects
44% of 274 students said they would recommend this school to others
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Student & Graduate Reviews

  • Reviewed: 2/17/2015
  • Degree: Biomedical Engineering
  • Graduation Year: 0
"The school is fine for vocational programs but DO NOT ENTER THIS SCHOOL IF YOU PLAN ON FURTHERING YOUR EDUCATION! The biomedical and biotechnical programs are brand new at this campus this year and are a JOKE they are science degrees that are suppose to either set you up for medical school or have you ready to go work in a lab but they have NO lab equipment! Well besides the million dollar ventilator used to rid the room of toxic smells LOL! Go to a community college! They'll have all the equipment you need to get your hands on learning that will really prepare you to work in a lab and a quarter of the cost! They also hire teachers that have never taught before! Stay far away from physics at this school! He's 80 years old and I hope you're best friends with Sheldon Cooper because if not, you'll be teacher yourself physics. There is also a total disconnect between the office and the class rooms! The teachers have to curve the grades so much because keiser doesn't let anyone fail. You can do NOTHING and get a C! Not fair when you want to learn and actually know what you're doing. And one last point I want to make to save everyone in the future! IF YOU HAVE TAKEN A CLASS AT ANOTHER INSTITUTE AND THEY TELL YOU ITS NOT THE SAME COURSE BECAUSE THE FIRST NUMBER IN THE COURSE NAME IS DIFFERENT, THEY ARE LYING! ITS THE SAME EXACT CLASS AND YOU DONT HAVE TO TAKE IT AGAIN! GO TO THE OFFICE AND TELL THEM THEY MADE A MISTAKE! They get millions of dollars a year from poor souls who trust them! SCAM! SCAM! SCAM! I am writing this to save even just one person from going through what I did."
  • Reviewed: 2/16/2015
  • Degree: Nursing
  • Graduation Year: 2016
"Keiser University is an excellent school. I am doing online program for Family Nurse Practitioner."
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  • Reviewed: 2/2/2015
  • Degree: Health Sciences
  • Graduation Year: 2015
"Choose another school and realize some times the staff of the school might get on these sights and write reviews to counter the truth about what students have to say about the college. There have been reviews that some of keiser universities employees and ex employees have written saying the school is crap! Teachers pretty good, rest of the staff might just try to be fake friends to get mone for the school, alot of the staff needs to learn that they are at work not the student."
  • Reviewed: 2/2/2015
  • Degree: Education
  • Graduation Year: 2015
"The instructors at the school are good but the financial staff at the Jacksonville campus are far from that. For this school to be "veteran friendly" they sure need to do a better job of doing that. If there staff was professional or proficient there wouldn't be a delaying in any of the paper for any of the veterans. all of that stuff should be done like clock work. Any vets in the Jacksonville area save your benefits and go to a professional university or community college."
Carol R
  • Reviewed: 1/20/2015
  • Degree: MBA in Management
  • Graduation Year: 2014
"I attended Keiser University for both my Bachelor degree and Master degree. I had some issues with a few teachers but overall it was a great experience. Education is expensive and Keiser University is one of the more expensive universities and I will be indebt for a very long time, but my degree has helped me already progress farther up the chain of command at work. I would recommend Keiser mainly for the speed of the class and how fast I received my degree. I received a 6 year degree in 3 years and maintained a 4.0 GPA while working a full time job."
  • Reviewed: 1/5/2015
  • Degree: Healthcare Administration
  • Graduation Year: 2016
"So far I have been attending Keiser for a little over a year and I have had no problems yet. Yes its expensive but that's because the teachers are giving you a very high quality education."
Indyy white
  • Reviewed: 12/30/2014
  • Degree: Care Management
  • Graduation Year: 2016
"Trust me it is a HUGE SCAM AND WANT YOUR MONEY I'm 18 just graduated high school this year only been with Keiser for a month now and I'm going to withdraw they play around with your financial aid and scholarship money have me in two intermediate classes I do not need because I passed my proficiency math exam everything is all screwed up and on top of that my monthly payments are 101.50 each month which I was mislead about told it will go down to 50.00 a month I can go on and on about my issues but just know You will regret attending Keiser they are very expensive and unorganized financial aid advisors"
  • Reviewed: 12/19/2014
  • Degree: Nursing
  • Graduation Year: 1999
"I am very pleased so far. Even though it is more expensive it fits into my schedule of being a single mother and working full time. I find the excelled courses can be a bit intimidating but it's nice to only juggle one class at a time. I can't wait to finish up with my prerequisite courses and enter the nursing program."
  • Reviewed: 11/20/2014
  • Degree: Paralegal
  • Graduation Year: 2010
"I attended Keiser College in 2005-2006 my last class was 10/2006, my sister died and I got into a terrible car accident so I was out of class for a while and when I was thinking of going back they told me that they raised tuition. So, I decided to go to finish my AA elsewhere that was much more inexpensive. I am trying to get back into school at a University to get my BA and was told by the transcripts office that I was unable to get my transcripts because I apparently owe them 8585.35!! Now how could this be?! I had financial aid, two student loans that I am currently paying on fro just the year that I attended Keiser! So why did I owe them so much?! I went and talked with them personally where I was told that I owed this amount because I was enrolled in 2007, so that amount was my tuition that was never paid, and that I could get my transcipts once a check had been made out to Keiser to pay the amount! I was RED! How in the world could I be being billed such an amount when I quit going in 2006?! Well, they rolled me right on into the new semester without my knowledge! I never even recieved a bill for the amount, let alone a call saying I owed them money.. Now I am trying to work out a payment arrangement or a debt settlement agreement with them and they are being nearly impossible to deal with, on a debt that I truly do NOT even OWE!!! I feel like Keiser University is a complete rip off and a scam of a school who will extort their previous students for however much money they can! They gave me a ledger that was supposed to show me line by line what the fees were, and its kind of comical to me when I am getting a charge for tuition, then several charges for "educational fees" now I am pretty sure that tuition should cover said "educational fees". It should be illegal for these schools to be allowed to do what they do to unforseeing victims who are just trying to better their lives!"
  • Reviewed: 11/7/2014
  • Degree: Business
  • Graduation Year: 2014
"I am posting this for anyone who is considering attending Keiser University's online program in the hopes that they will consider other universities so they won't end up in the situation I am in currently. I just completed my business degree program with Keiser and come to find out that they will not release my transcripts nor my degree until I pay them a $2k balance which my student loans / financial aid did not cover while I was in school. This would be okay, if this had been communicated to me when I was solicited by their aggressive telemarketers to attend Keiser back in early 2011. What these telemarketers tell you is that you are required to pay $50 per month while you are attending school and that student loans and financial aid will cover the rest of your tuition. Now I'm in a position where I owe $60k in student loans which I'm going to have to start paying on in 6 months, but cannot pursue a decent paying job because they will not release my degree or transcripts. The other thing I would like to mention is that nobody from the school will get back with you if you have a concern. This has happened to me frequently over the last 3.5 years. I emailed the dean on this matter and she just ignores it and will not even reply. If you are considering attending Keiser, looking back, I would suggest you look into other schools that are more affordable. For the most part, the instructors are decent, but now that I'm finished there, I feel like I paid for a Cadillac and received a Chevy Cobalt."