Keiser University - Lakeland is ...
Private not-for-profit
Athletic Division
Athletic Conference
Address
2400 Interstate Drive
Lakeland, FL 33805

Keiser University - Lakeland Reviews

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Yes, this school is expensive. But having the ability to take one class at a time is worth every penny. And you can take them online, at that! I highly recommend this school. The staff answers every email within minutes to hours, no matter what time of day you send it. And they care about their students. You will be walked through every process, with detailed explanations provided. It really is a no-brainer.
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Keiser University was the only school that transfers my college credit from my school in Texas. I did go to Keiser in 2010 for online school I thought it was a too fast pace for me, but now since I go to the school in person I enjoy that it is a fast paced class. It is over in 4 weeks and the normal 16 weeks you are in and out. The small classes are great because you can ask questions and you get to know the class mates and professor. Keiser is a little bit expensive because it is a private school but the financial aid officers help get the most out of your money or getting money to help pay for classes. I love that the school is a professional base you'll won't find people wearing clothes that belong in a bar or just rolled out of bed.
Although I have registered for classes at Keiser University of Lakeland, I have not officially started taking classes there. I have, however, been to meetings and information sessions on the school and have been left with an amazing first impression. I love the format and scheduling that this university offers. I am someone who tends to get overwhelmed with a lot of classes at once and so many deadlines to think of all at the same time, Keiser is giving me a way to get through school and go to work without that extra stress of balancing multiple classes at once. The only thing keeping me from rating this school 5 stars is the fact I haven't actually attended classes here yet. I was told that every professor has at least a masters degree in their field and with nursing for example, they have worked in this field and have 1st hand experience in what they are teaching. Overall, this school seems amazing and I am actually very excited to get started with my classes here this month.