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Keiser University Ft Lauderdale

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When i signed up for keiser i knewQuite BrightRadiological Sciences
When i signed up for keiser i knew that it was 1 class every month. it is expensive, but you are only going to school for 2 years to get a degree. i say its worth it. the gen ed classes are extreamly easy, but once you get into the program its very hard. the core program does not keep you in for your money i know this because in 3 months our director had to dismiss 10 students because their grades were too low. the teachers are very helpful always willing to stay behind and work with you in the lab. i have learned more in 3 months then i have in a year at other colleges. i say keiser is a great school! its worth the money for 2 years.
1st Year Female -- Class 2012
Education Quality: A+, Individual Value: B
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I started attending Keiser University in the SummerNot so brightPreLaw and Legal
I started attending Keiser University in the Summer of 2006 and I have to say that it has been a great experience for me. I opted for the Online Classes because I preferred and needed the flexibility they offered at that time. I have not regretted that experience but for may feeling like I may have enjoyed some of the on-campus type activities like making friends and study groups. Professor Klein has to be my favorite of all teachers, but I have honestly not had a teacher that I felt was bad. Some more interactive with the students than others, some classes having a much heavier workload due to the material than others, but in general, all the teachers have been awesome.

The only complain I really have about the school is the extremely high tuition. It really is expensive. I am scheduled to finish my Bachelor's Degree in Legal Studies in April of 2011 and plan to participate in the graduation ceremony of the Summer of 2011. With graduation quickly approaching, I was looking over my student loans and stuff and almost had a heart attack to see how they have racked up. For the 4 years of schooling, my Associates Degree in Paralegal and my Bachelor's Degree in Legal Studies I have a whooping $52,000 in student loans. I am 41 years old and will be paying this loan off until I am nearly 60 years old LOL. I was thinking, this is as expensive as if I had bought myself a little condo.Other than the tuition cost though, I have no complains. Whenever I have called to speak to my Academic Adviser, I have always been able to do so and they have been very helpful. Same with Financial Aid and the Brusar's office. If I needed to speak to a teacher, they were more than willing and able to call me and spend as much time as I needed speaking to me. A couple times I have needed to get my transcripts for scholarship purposes and each time I have called for it, they have emailed me an unofficial one within seconds since that is all I needed. So, I'm not sure about all these negative comments about the faculty, I have not encountered that at all in the 4 years there.

3rd Year Female -- Class 2011
Collaboration/Competitive: A+, Education Quality: B
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Give 100% and you will get 100%. The faculty and staff go above and beyond to assist and encourage.
2nd Year Female -- Class 2010
Education Quality: A+, Useful Schoolwork: A
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