College Senior 2013-12-06T00:40:19Z
Of course not every class was easy because you had to dedicate ALOT of time for study, especially in Anatomy and Radiography. Most of the students also have jobs right after school, so getting time in to study is pretty difficult. Even if you can't attend morning classes, which I attended, you can also attend night classes and even online class to help juggle your schedule, whatever it may be.
College Senior 2013-12-06T00:37:59Z
The registration for each class is very simple and fast. They get you in and get you out within a reasonable amount of time. Each one of my professors was extremely kind, caring, and always helped you with whatever you needed. Even if you needed help outside of class, they always offered you their cell phone and e-mail so you could always reach them when needed. The curriculum for each class was very straight forward and in order as followed.
College Senior 2013-12-06T00:30:43Z
While enrolled at Keiser, I have noticed that they do a lot of social activities and donations. Every Halloween, they host a scare fair at the school and decorate the entire university as if it were a haunted house. A lot of students come out to see the event and just have a good time. Keiser also informs us of any donations, especially during Christmas, that we can participate in and all medical students of any up and coming health fairs going on that students are interested in to get them more experience with actual patients.
College Senior 2013-12-06T00:27:39Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
Tuition at Keiser University is a little costly than other schools, but that is only because Keiser has a shorter program obtaining the same Associate's or Bachelor's degrees. They are also considered a private school, so their tuition is a bit more than other traditional community colleges. I have worked with my financial aid officer and she has helped me every single step of the way with whatever I need and they don't throw in any unnecessary fees along the way. I love my program of study, and I would recommend Keiser to a lot of up and coming college students.
College Senior 2013-12-06T00:24:50Z
It doesn't matter when it comes to your gender, ethnicity, or sexual orientation; ALL students from every walk of life participate, hang out, socialize, and even study together at Keiser University. The two years that I have been enrolled at Keiser, I have never seen someone discriminate another student based on their gender, ethnic background, or sexual preference. Everyone has Keiser are very mature and act like true adults. You are in college for a career, not to discriminate someone else or judge another human being.
College Senior 2013-12-06T00:21:58Z
The Keiser University faculty and staff always offer help and assistance when needed. No member of our faculty ever puts you aside, they help you on the spot with whatever you need. Keiser offers SGA, business distinction program, leadership program, and many other programs to help students with community assistance hours if they need them.
College Senior 2013-12-06T00:21:58Z
Keiser University has an open library and three computer labs in which students can print, research, or do whatever they need to online. The wireless access is very quick and reliable as well! Even if you need help with something online, with the printer, there is always a technician or librarian to help you. Keiser also has a wide range of textbooks, encyclopedias, magazines, etc to help you with whatever you need!
College Senior 2013-12-06T00:18:10Z
Of course online courses are going to be a little more difficult and challenging than classroom experience because you aren't getting the hands on learning as you would inside of a classroom and having the professor help you whenever you need questions. In class, you observe a lot more. But online, you have to read everything word for word to understand your assignment, class discussion, or even project.
College Senior 2013-12-06T00:15:52Z
Obtaining a career in the health field is always in high demand and you are always learning new things every single day. As a future Medical Assistant, you learn a lot about anatomy, physiology, diseases, drugs and medications, dosages, and even writing prescriptions! I loved every single thing that I learned and I love helping people. I'm only on my second week of my two month internship, but I've learned so much and everything that I learned in school is applied from my knowledge and I only continue to grow!
College Senior 2013-12-06T00:13:11Z
Each one of my professors at Keiser University has different styles of teaching, but unique in their own way. When I got into my core classes, including Lab Procedures 1 and 2, you get to learn everything that Medical Assistants get to do while in their field of study. We get to do a lot of hands on learning as well, which helps me a lot more rather than reading straight from a textbook. One of my professors is a registered Medical Assistant and she is great! I love her style of teaching because she makes it fun and also shows you real life scenarios with patients and what you will be dealing with in clinics, physician's offices, and even hospitals.
College Senior 2013-12-06T00:08:59Z
The classes at Keiser University for the Medical Assisting program are rated one of the best in the state. The program is only an 18-month program and you get to do plenty of hands-on learning to help you prepare for your future Medical Assisting career!
College Junior 2013-11-21T00:38:58Z
My classes are on-ground once a week and the rest online. The curriculum could be better as I have experienced having out of date books for my classes and the teachers do not have a say about their own class textbooks. Facilities are average and I have had a few community service options but no internship opportunities as of this date, nor anyone giving me information to acquire these opportunities.
College Junior 2013-11-21T00:38:58Z
Professors have been great. The curriculum could be much better with the updating of the textbooks Keiser uses and the option for teachers to have control over what textbooks they use. Registration process is pretty simplified and easy. Workload is consistent with each class and there is a variety of programs and degrees offered.
College Junior 2013-11-21T00:33:33Z
Teachers, classroom size, and the schedule of classes are the only thing I enjoy about this school. Even the schedule of classes is unsure as I was told I could attend full-time on ground and later found that I had to take online classes. This school could be exceptional but they need to put the effort in doing so.
College Junior 2013-11-21T00:30:34Z
For how expensive the school is, I would expect more. Books are out-dated, there is a cafeteria with only 2 or 3 vending machines, and a student services room that is only a small office. My teachers are wonderful and the class room sizes are excellent but this school needs some serious tender, love, and care (TLC). I understand it is made for students to finish quickly however for the amount that it costs to attend the school, I absolutely feel they should be putting some of the money the school earns towards making it a better university, a private institution at that!
College Sophomore 2013-10-20T17:44:40Z
student services provide career assistance for life after you graduate. Great benefits for alumni including scholarships
College Sophomore 2013-10-20T17:43:14Z
The school has great hours that allow you to work while attending. The media center is open till 10 at night and your welcome to use it at anytime. The staff make themselves available in the event that you require some additional assistance. The curriculum is great as the instructors utilize several teaching techniques to address different modes of learning, for example auditory, visual and hands on. As you move on to the next class the bookstore already knows what book you need when they pull up your info. In your core classes you are with the same students through out the remainder of your time in school. they become your second family
College Sophomore 2013-08-12T17:05:00Z
There could be better parking but the teachers are very helpful
College Senior 2013-02-21T02:13:19Z
There is a mix of different races and ages. I would have to say that most of our students are in the age of mid twenties and up. Most are there becasue our programs are accelerated and are ready to start their career in a shorter period then a community or large university. Keiser is a private school so we are smaller as well
College Senior 2013-02-21T02:09:52Z
the school only offers 9-1 day classes or 6-10 night classes for your prerequisites. there are hybrid classes as well where you only come to campus once or twice a week. The registration process in annoying because you have to keep coming back and forth instead of doing all the paper work and seeing councelors and finacial aid all at once.
College Senior 2013-02-21T02:04:34Z
The classes and program sizes are small so there is more one on one time with the teacher. the teachers I have taken in the 2 classes are very nice and more then willing to help
College Senior 2013-02-21T01:56:04Z
There is a library wit computers and several other computer labs. the rooms are usually really hot or really cold. there is no inbetween. there are no new computers or new desks. Its just the basics
College Senior 2013-02-21T01:50:16Z
there is no cafeteria or any sports areas but there is a library where you can print things up for free you are there a few hours and something other then vending machines i think would be good
College Senior 2013-02-16T00:58:51Z
My first class was an online class and I was nervous at first but it got easier as I went through my first week. I could see my grades as soon as they posted them. Workload is nice because you can space it out throughout the week depending on the deadline given. Lectures took place on Tuesdays which helped with teacher and peer interaction. The professor was also interactive with you during the course to respond to your questions and suggest helpful tips!
Recent Alumnus 2013-01-26T02:02:57Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
The school is really expensive. The financial aid harrases students for more money. It claims to be a non-profit school which is a lie. Their financial aid department is very unorganized and do not explain everything well enough. They try to make you take out loans and dont mention anything about scholarships. I've been to the office 12 times. Now they say I owe them 2,000 or they won't give me my transcripts.
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