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Keiser University is definitely a school that I would recommend to others. Although it is a private school, which many seem to frown upon, it is actually pretty good. They only do one class at a time, and you always finish that class in one month. Then you never have to go back again. It's just nice to know that you can concentrate on one subject at a time and don't have to juggle between classes. They still count semesters just like everyone, and you still get at least 4 classes each semester, it just makes it more simple.
As a Keiser graduate, I can give a little insight to help someone make a decision. The tuition is OUTRAGEOUS so unless you are wanting to go in a limited access program like Nursing, OTA, PTA, etc; I would not recommend them. You can get the same quality of education for much cheaper elsewhere. However, I can say that after completing my AA degree, I transferred to a public state university and all of my courses transferred. I did have to pick up some additional courses: 2 Spanish, a biology lab, a health and wellness course, and 2 humanity courses. I am in Florida so I assume each state would vary. I probably would not attend here for my bachelors due to the negative view of Keiser within academia and the fact that employers do weigh the reputation of your degree granting institution at the bachelor level. Overall though, I did not have a bad experience. I was NOT constantly pulled from class, I didn't have any issues with my financial aid, I wasn't kicked out of any courses; it was a smooth ride for me.
I just graduated from Keiser University at the Port Saint Lucie campus. My experience at Keiser was great and while I do agree that they are expensive, I can tell you first and foremost, they really do care about your success. I hit a rough patch and was having trouble in my class and J. in financial aid actually took the time to talk with me, give me advise, motivated and actually put me with the dean where I was given tutoring by teachers that seemed to really care about me. I was able to pass my class which seemed impossible at first. I would have dropped out but I'm glad I didn't. I'm working at a hospital now and while I'm not making huge money yet, I have a job and making much more than I did before...I'm also just about to start the nursing program there and I am very excited and I feel I owe it all to this man who helped me when he didn't have to. I came in there to thank him one day and saw him helping another student in the same way he helped me. His help was sincere and they are all a great bunch of people.
Keiser is a great school! The professors are amazing! The school atmosphere is very supportive to each students success. The student services department is wonderful. Professor Brunson is a great mentor and resource for every student she meets! Great school!
The school is great and the faculty is awesome. I love how cozy the school is. It makes it nice to come here, feels like family. Dr. Chapman was so great in all of our classes. We held study groups once a week to go over everything in class to make sure that everyone had everything down.
I really enjoy the program and all of the professors help to help you reach your goal. The financial services are helpful but the option to defer portion of our tuition would help those who need to work. I do believe the Kinesiology class needs to be extended to 2 months because the amount of the information.
I have read many of these poor comments. Let me first say this: whatever you put into your education is what you will get out of it. I transferred credits from three colleges, they were all accepted. I first pursued my Associates in PhysicalTherapy Assistant, to learn in the process I did not have what it takes to finish my Anatomy and Physiology classes. I went to drop out and as they say in orientation, if you need a cheerleader we are here, we are here for you and your success is out success! Keiser Lakeland held to that saying, they cheered me on and supported me. They gave me the option to drop out, but also encouraged me to at least finish my Associates. So I stayed and I called the Dean, my Admissions Counselor, Financial Aid Officer, Bursar Office, Student Services and anyone that I ran into, yes even Professors that was not mine. They cheered me on, they supported me. I say this because I could have just dropped out and blamed them, but who would have been at fault? Me. I would have failed, not Keiser. So. Is Keiser perfect? No. But they try their hardest and they are genuine. I have spoke to the Campus President and even to Dr Keiser himself. Everyone makes time for you. If you do not seek assistance then they cannot help you. That is the bottom line. Before you sign up ask questions and take your time. Especially if you are a transfer student. Financial Aid will answer your questions with integrity. If you dont ask then point fingers at your self and not them. Read your paperwork. The majority of these comments could have been avoided if they read the paperwork to understand how tuition is charged. Okay. So bottom line: Keiser University is awesome and I would recommend them. In fact I am a second time student, I am working on my Bachelors at Keiser. Go SEAHAWKS!!!!
School is great :) H,M,M....are the best. I go to the one located in NPR, FL I really enjoy my time here. They try really hard to work with you. I think that people who actually take their time to work with you and care say a lot. They care about us
My son had several transfer credits from a community college before entering the College of Golf. They accepted his credits so he didn't have to retake the courses, but still charged the same amount for tuition. We questioned this, but they just gave the mumbo jumbo about how they charge per semester not be credit hours. My son graduated, is working as an Assistant Pro for $12.00 per hour. Still has to pay for Apprentice programs through PGA website to be able to advance further and has $500+ worth of student loans. This college is all about the maximum amount of reimbursement they can get from the government loan programs, you take courses that give you no advantage if you want to be a PGA professional. You can do that online on your own time for a fraction of the cost. I am currently working with an Attorney to sue the school for false advertising and taking advantage of students that are looking for something different than a four year University program. Do not go here unless you get grants and don't mind dropping $40,000 to make $10 to $12.00 per hour once graduated.
As someone who is active duty military and doing pure online classes through K.U. for over a year now, I haven't had any issues with the school. They've been extremely helpful and supportive through my odd situation. Even had two situations where I had no internet on deployment and was not able to log on my blackboard account, but was able to communicate with my professors through email to send him all due assignments for the week. Yes, it is expensive. As is any university. Was hard work but now only one semester away from my Associates, and immediately continuing for my Bachelors. It is what you make of it fellas.