These schools are similar to Keiser University-Ft Lauderdale in key aspects like size, setting, and academics.
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I loved the convenience of the online classes and in-person classes at Keiser, and I felt extremely satisfied with the mentor I was given, and the subjects I was learning about. Keiser is a great school for busy single parent who wants better for their children. I love how they take the 6 classes of a full-time 16-week term and break it up into digestible 4-week terms that give you the ability to focus on each class individually to maximize the learning.
If you are not planning to advocate for your education needs, goals, and desires, then no one will if you attend Keiser University. Keiser will roll out the red carpet for new students, but in my experience, they often leave their current students and alumni with little to no support. This includes getting return phone calls, emails, or even finding someone to ask questions to about things you don't fully understand. Additionally, I noticed there was a lot of turnover in the staff, and that was a bit challenging for me to keep up with. It also made me a little nervous about whether the University was fair to its employees or if there was another issue that could impact me and my education.
The staff is extremely helpful in every step of the process for getting you where you need to be
The price is quite high for this university
All of the teachers and staff are extremely positive, uplifting, and resourceful. No matter what question or problem someone is there to help. They offer many different tools such as the writing lab, science tutoring, community outreach, etc.
So far I haven't found anything I don't like.