Keiser University - Lakeland
- 4 Year
- LAKELAND, FL
Keiser University - Lakeland Reviews
Rating 4.04 out of 5 191 reviews
What I like about Keiser is how helpful and organized they are with the students. They give students the flexibility to work on one class a month and that is really helpful.
For my pre-requisites I took them online. This was really helpful because it gave me time to work and save up for whenever I had to actually go in person for school and reduce my hours at work.
They have been extremely helpful and informative during the whole enrollment process. They could help you find more scholarships or grants to help with the financial burden.
Keiser is a very good school that is known for their team the 'seahawks.' The people are very friendly and helpful in finding careers and the university itself is nice. I also like the fact that there are multiple campuses to choose from. I am interested in forensic science and because of that there was the option to either go the Lakeland Campus or the West Palm Campus.
I Love Keiser University. The school is high in Price but totally worth going. You can either do Online classes or on Campus, even both Online and on Campus.
The staff is very supportive and interactive. The accelerated classes really helps keep you on track. Very hands on with the students and their success in college life style.
I appreciate the small class sizes and the fact that you stick with the same group of students throughout the program; everyone has the same schedule. I would like to see a more organized and structured curriculum and for there to be classes that teach food preparation for the nutrition major.
I enjoy month to month basis.The professor are nice and unavailable to help.Class goes quick. Classes small make great friends. The student learning center help with class work. They try help you find ways pay for college tuition.
I absolutely love keiser University in Lakeland.. I have just finished my A.S in medical assisting degree there and now I am in the asn program there.. all the staff is exceptional and all have an open door policy with their students which helps make the college life even more successful.. thank you
Keiser university is a very good BUT extremely expensive school. If you can not afford the tuition they tell you to get personal loans or cash pay. There should be more options for individuals to be able to pay for college and will not put students in the poor house.
I've only been going to Keiser for two months, but I'm already impressed and feel very welcome. I was terrified to start college but the admission process was very easy (especially for homeschooled students). I love the set up of one class per one month; it makes it easier to focus on the subject at hand and less stressful. The classroom sizes are also relatively small which makes for great opportunities to get to know each other and have one-on-one time with the professor.
I am able to get AS Radiology Tech degree in 2 years versus Valencia it would take me 6 years to get AS Radiology their.
I'm disappointed by the fact that a school that provides a program in Dietetics and Nutrition does not offer options for students with special dietary needs. The campus food is limited to vending machines and food trucks. The classrooms are not cleaned as regularly as they should be.
I've only had one class so far and it was very fast paced. It's an online course so you have to make sure you make time to study. I work full time and just about all my spare time included reading or reviewing notes plus doing all the regular class work discussion posts, quizzes, and exams. The course was very interesting and I feel like even though it was a lot of information I learned quite a bit and look forward to using it to expand my knowledge in my future classes.
Excellent nursing professors. Great campus with many amenities. Good student services department, staff helps you in every step of your education and beyond. The admission process was smooth with a one on one meeting.
I love that the staff is committed to helping students feel welcome in the campus. Especially when it comes to freshman.
Keiser is an amazing school. You have acceleratedone classes with smaller class sizes so you have more if that one on one with the instructors.
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.
I truly loved their service and how they took everything step by step and helped you along the way. They truly care for their students and their education.
Staff is extremely helpful and informative of the proper steps to get enrolled in school. The campus is clean and the students are dressed business casual.