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Private not-for-profit
Athletic Division
Athletic Conference
1700 Halstead Blvd.
Tallahassee, FL 32309
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Overall the bulletin board system is great. However, my copy seems to have a notification blog error that I can't seem to get support for, so I just ignore it. Otherwise, the system is good. Some teachers don't quite use the full potential of the system. It has a built in calendar system that has due dates that is supposed to alert you when you have an assignment due. Only one teacher so far has utilized it.

The workload is hard, I won't lie. You are taking a semester's worth of work, 3 months, and consolidating it into 1 month. The professors are very nice so far, though some are harder teachers than others. The peer interaction is not like a traditional classroom. Everything is done online. There is no off-topic chat on the boards, you only talk about the subjects that the teacher has given. You do have the option to email classmates, but most chose not to. I have only talked to one of my fellow classmates out of the school environment.
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I love a lot about this college academically because they don't want to stress you. They actually care whether i learned the material or not, One month per class meaning more knowledge, less stress, Better grades and in the end of my schooling, a better life. I also have the opportunity to go anywhere i want once i graduate meaning ill have connections in places i want to live one day and ill also get paid for it. Learning at Keiser University is not easy if you don't put in effort, but when you pay attention, write notes, study, and participate in class activities, it flies by and you'll have a GPA of 4.0 In no time.
I have been at Keiser for almost a year. The classes are hard, but I think they are well worth the effort. The fact that you only have to take one class a month is very helpful. It has helped me keep a 4.0 in school. However, if you don't have time for a lot of reading, this may not be an option for you. This is basically a semester class in a month, which means a lot of homework each week. There are some months that there is so much reading to get done for the week that it is overwhelming.

However, if you pace yourself and keep at it, you can easily make a good grade as long as you follow the instructions on every assignment. I take online classes and though it is sometimes frustrating depending on each individual teacher's rules, each teacher I have had so far has been determined to help me succeed. Study hard, do the work, and Keiser is a great option for those that have unusual hours for work like myself.

The financial part of the school is expensive, however, they are very helpful in figuring it all out in order for you to go to school. The financial stuff is done every 8 months, so the more scholarships you apply for in between, the less you have to pay when the time comes.