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Keiser University, Pembroke Pines hosted their spring Advisory Board meeting at Sergio’s Restaurant. The Advisory Board members...
Jacksonville SMFT Student Shows Importance of Form in SquatsAcademics
Jacksonville SMFT Student Shows Importance of Form in Squats
Do you find yourself leaning too far forward when performing back squats and it hurts your low back?   Well, a simple trick you can...
Miami OTA Students Volunteer at Miami Lighthouse for the BlindAcademics
Miami OTA Students Volunteer at Miami Lighthouse for the Blind
Miami Campus Occupational Therapy Assistant students visit the Miami Lighthouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired once per semester. During these...
Sarasota Center for Culinary Arts Competition Team Participates in BBQ CompetitionAcademics
Sarasota Center for Culinary Arts Competition Team Participates in BBQ Competition
Recently, Sarasota’s Center for Culinary Arts competition team represented KU in their first BBQ competition. The team did a great job...
CFO Joseph Berardinelli Presents Checks to Pitch Competition WinnersAcademics
CFO Joseph Berardinelli Presents Checks to Pitch Competition Winners
Recently, eight KU students were presented their pitch competition checks with one student being presented a $200 check as a stock portfolio...
Biomedical Sciences Students Learn About Western Blotting Academics
Biomedical Sciences Students Learn About Western Blotting 
John Canfield, a Morsani College of Medicine researcher, stopped by the Keiser University Tampa biomedical lab to share his research with the...
Celebrating #OTMonth: Dr. Vanessa Khan, KU Ft. Myers Fieldwork CoordinatorAcademics
Celebrating #OTMonth: Dr. Vanessa Khan, KU Ft. Myers Fieldwork Coordinator
Dr. Vanessa Khan, KU Ft. Myers Fieldwork Coordinator   What do you want others to know about the profession of occupational therapy...
Celebrating #OTMonth: Andreina Hinestroza, OTA Graduate from KU MiamiAcademics
Celebrating #OTMonth: Andreina Hinestroza, OTA Graduate from KU Miami
"Keiser University has been like a family to me. When I first came to Keiser many years ago I was looking for a way to change my future and...
Sarasota is Visited by Local High School StudentsAcademics
Sarasota is Visited by Local High School Students
Tarpon Springs High School student's that are in the Jacobson Culinary Arts Academy visited Sarasota's Center for Culinary Arts. With Chef Slechta,...
Biomedical Students Experimenting in JacksonvilleAcademics
Biomedical Students Experimenting in Jacksonville
Biomedical students at the Jacksonville campus experiment on osmotic activity in dialysis tubing.  
Sarasota Center for Culinary Arts Students Showcase CreativityAcademics
Sarasota Center for Culinary Arts Students Showcase Creativity
Sarasota's culinary arts students made strudel, flan, creme brûlée, pavlova, and Mexican chocolate pot de creme.
Crime Scene Technology & Hazardous MaterialsAcademics
Crime Scene Technology & Hazardous Materials
The Crime Scene Technology class from the Jacksonville campus visited St John’s County Fire and Rescue Department, Station 16 in St Augustine. As...
Sarasota Baking & Pastry Students Stay SweetAcademics
Sarasota Baking & Pastry Students Stay Sweet
Sarasota's Center for Culinary Arts European tortes class has been very busy in Sarasota creating amazing treats.  
Sarasota PTA Students Participate in Outdoor LabAcademics
Sarasota PTA Students Participate in Outdoor Lab
The Physical Therapist Assistant students of cohort 18 went outside to participate in an outdoor lab for kinesiology class under the supervision of...
OTA Students Make Presentations on Aging in PlaceAcademics
OTA Students Make Presentations on Aging in Place
The Miami campus Occupational Therapy Assistant faculty and summer 2017 graduating class organized a poster session presentation “Rockin’ around...
The Tampa Campus Holds an Interprofessional Education DayAcademics
The Tampa Campus Holds an Interprofessional Education Day
The Tampa campus had a successful Interprofessional Education Day. The Occupational Therapy Assistant, Nursing, and Medical Assistant students...
Culinary Arts Students Create Perfect Platters for FinalsAcademics
Culinary Arts Students Create Perfect Platters for Finals
Sarasota Center for the Culinary Arts students were challenged  to make beautiful platters for their final exams. They made beautiful displays and...
Radiation Therapy Students Learn New TechniquesAcademics
Radiation Therapy Students Learn New Techniques
Junior radiation therapy class assists the freshmen radiation therapy class in the skill of triangulation/positioning patients to be treated for...
Psychology Made Fun in MiamiAcademics
Psychology Made Fun in Miami
The Miami Psychology Club held an event during Psychology Week which consisted of a research booth where students, faculty, and staff learned about...
Fort Myers Forensic Investigations Students Totally Dig Class Academics
Fort Myers Forensic Investigations Students Totally Dig Class 
Forensic Investigations instructor Lindsey Page had her class doing some fieldwork, both literally and figuratively, this past week.  Practicing...
Sarasota Culinary Students Create a Buffet of GoodnessAcademics
Sarasota Culinary Students Create a Buffet of Goodness
Sarasota's culinary students finished up their garde manger class with a buffet of ceviche, tea sandwiches, canapé, profiteroles, and chicken...
Tampa Students Receive Guest Lecture on Cancer ResearchAcademics
Tampa Students Receive Guest Lecture on Cancer Research
Andrew Koutnik, a researcher at the Morsani College of Medicine visited the Tampa campus to share his cancer research with the Sports Medicine &...
High School Students Attend a Panel Discussion at Miami Campus on Careers in BiomedicineAcademics
High School Students Attend a Panel Discussion at Miami Campus on Careers in Biomedicine
The 112 students accompanied by Laura Venzal, School Counselor-11/12th Grades& College Advisor,  had an opportunity to interact in a panel...
Off & Runnin’ With Jacksonville SMFTAcademics
Off & Runnin’ With Jacksonville SMFT
Jacksonville’s Bachelor in Sports Medicine & Fitness Technology  students visited 1st Place Sports as a field trip for the Advanced Care...
Surgical Technology Students visit LifeLinkAcademics
Surgical Technology Students visit LifeLink
Tampa’s Surgical Technology  students, accompanied by instructor Robert Young, visited LifeLink, an organization that facilitates bone and tissue...
Port St. Lucie Dietetics and Nutrition Student Gains Experience Assisting Seahawk AthletesAcademics
Port St. Lucie Dietetics and Nutrition Student Gains Experience Assisting Seahawk Athletes
Clinton Cullins first developed a strong interest in fitness and nutrition while living in Boise, Idaho and working for an outdoor adventure company...
Jacksonville Hosts a Major Day for Radiologic TechnologyAcademics
Jacksonville Hosts a Major Day for Radiologic Technology
The Jacksonville campus hosted Major Day for students on track to enroll in their core program, Radiologic Technology.  New students were paired...
Tasty Treats From Sarasota Culinary StudentsAcademics
Tasty Treats From Sarasota Culinary Students
Sarasota's Gard Manger class made fruit carvings, salmon pinwheels, terrines, and sampled caviar.
SOTA Members Visited a Senior CenterAcademics
SOTA Members Visited a Senior Center
Student Occupational Therapy Assistant club students attended North East Focal Point Alzheimer's Senior Center. Students assisted patients with a...
OTA Students Create Wellness ProgramsAcademics
OTA Students Create Wellness Programs
The Occupational Therapy Assistant (OTA) program for the Fort Lauderdale campus created wellness program and home modifications for the elderly....
Sarasota Nursing Students Participate in P.A.D.R.E.Academics
Sarasota Nursing Students Participate in P.A.D.R.E.
Sarasota Bachelor of Science in Nursing students took part in Sarasota International Airport’s Passenger Aircraft Disaster Response Exercise...
Melbourne PTA Students Visit South Florida Science Center and AquariumAcademics
Melbourne PTA Students Visit South Florida Science Center and Aquarium
The Physical Therapist Assistant students from the Melbourne campus attended the “Our Body: The Universe Within” exhibit at the South Florida...
Daytona Beach Campus Celebrates Academic Successes of StudentsAcademics
Daytona Beach Campus Celebrates Academic Successes of Students
At the Daytona Beach campus, the Dean' List Committee (Millie Alfonso, Marianne Norsesian, and Nick Spoden) presented the Dean's list and honor roll...
DMS Students Build 3-D Anatomy ModelAcademics
DMS Students Build 3-D Anatomy Model
The Diagnostic Medical Sonography students at the New Port Richey campus were creative when making their 3-D anatomy model project.  They created a...
DID YOU KNOW...Today is National Black Forest Cake Day?Academics
DID YOU KNOW...Today is National Black Forest Cake Day?
Healthy Black Forest Cake Recipe from Chef Jacqueline Hayes, Culinary Arts Instructor, KU Melbourne Ingredients: FILLING- About ½ cup...
Melbourne D&N Students Learn New Techniques During National Nutrition MonthAcademics
Melbourne D&N Students Learn New Techniques During National Nutrition Month
During National Nutrition Month, students in the Dietetics and Nutrition program at the Melbourne campus are creating a variety of healthy foods. By...
Orlando SMFT Students Welcome Two Guest SpeakersAcademics
Orlando SMFT Students Welcome Two Guest Speakers
The Sports Medicine & Fitness Technology students at the Orlando campus welcomed Adriano Martins, Brazilian UFC fighter currently ranked 5th in...
Pembroke Pines Celebrates National Nutrition MonthAcademics
Pembroke Pines Celebrates National Nutrition Month
In celebration of National Nutrition Month students from the Dietetics and Nutrition program at the Pembroke Pines campus educated their fellow...
Hospitality Students from Jacksonville Campus Meet Governor Rick ScottAcademics
Hospitality Students from Jacksonville Campus Meet Governor Rick Scott
Students from the Hospitality program at the Jacksonville campus had the opportunity to meet with Governor Rick Scott and Commissioner James K....
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FEATURED ARTICLE: Ft. Myer's Program Chair of OTA, Marcia Hamilton, to Present at AOTA Annual...
Marcia Hamilton, MSHS, OTR/L, BCP, Program Chair of the Occupational Therapy Assistant Program at the Keiser University Fort Myers Campus, will be...
Entrepreneur and CEO Bill Kent Shares Insight with Flagship Students in International Management ClassAcademics
Entrepreneur and CEO Bill Kent Shares Insight with Flagship Students in International Management...
Flagship campus International Management class recently welcomed Dr. Bill Kent, entrepreneur and CEO of TeamHorner. While emphasizing the importance...
Tallahassee Culinary Students Visit Orchard Pond OrganicsAcademics
Tallahassee Culinary Students Visit Orchard Pond Organics
Tallahassee Center for Culinary Arts students visited Orchard Pond Organics.  Local farmers took the nutrition and sensory analysis class on a...
Daytona Beach OTA Students Hold a Cultural FairAcademics
Daytona Beach OTA Students Hold a Cultural Fair
The Occupational Therapy Assistant (OTA) students enrolled in the Human Occupation and Development Across the Lifespan course hosted a cultural fair...
Workshop Fosters Collaboration Among Professors, Coaches, Student AthletesAcademics
Workshop Fosters Collaboration Among Professors, Coaches, Student Athletes
Sports Medicine & Fitness Technology and Exercise Science professor Dalton Oliver recently conducted a Basic Resistance Training Methods...
Melbourne Dietetics and Nutrition Students Volunteer at Food PantryAcademics
Melbourne Dietetics and Nutrition Students Volunteer at Food Pantry
During National Nutrition Month the Dietetics and Nutrition students at the Melbourne campus volunteered at a community food pantry.  Hands for...
The Tampa Campus Hosts 2nd Annual Criminal Justice Day Academics
The Tampa Campus Hosts 2nd Annual Criminal Justice Day 
The Tampa campus hosted the 2nd Annual Criminal Justice Day, a half-day event for 200 local high school students. The event is open and attended by...
OTA Students in Tampa Hold a Cultural FairAcademics
OTA Students in Tampa Hold a Cultural Fair
As part of a curriculum that promotes sensitivity to diversity and differing patient needs based on cultural background, Tampa’s Occupational...
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FEATURED ARTICLE: "Wrinkles in Your Rain Game" by TJ Tomasi
"Wrinkles in Your Rain Game" by TJ Tomasi, College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research Why do your fingers wrinkle and pucker when your...
Tampa's Radiologic Technology Program Doodles Its Way to Success Academics
Tampa's Radiologic Technology Program Doodles Its Way to Success 
Tampa’s Radiologic Technology faculty and students came up with an innovative way to learn the skeletal anatomy of the human thorax.  They built...
Sports Medicine and Fitness Technology Serves Up Helpings of Health in Fort Myers Academics
Sports Medicine and Fitness Technology Serves Up Helpings of Health in Fort Myers 
As a way to gain interactive learning, as well as fend off ever-hungry students, instructor Brian Bochette had his students bring in healthy dishes...
Here is How Sarasota Culinary Students Celebrate Pi DayAcademics
Here is How Sarasota Culinary Students Celebrate Pi Day
Students at the Center for Culinary Arts in Sarasota made chocolate peanut butter pies in their Introduction to Baking class.  
PTA Students Welcome a Guest SpeakerAcademics
PTA Students Welcome a Guest Speaker
Tad Fisher, CEO of the Florida Physical Therapy Association, visited Sarasota campus to speak to our Physical Therapist Assistant students about how...
West Palm Beach OTA Students Hold Cultural FairAcademics
West Palm Beach OTA Students Hold Cultural Fair
Occupational Therapy Assistant students from the West Palm Beach campus hosted a cultural fair as a part of their competency for their Human...
Criminal Justice Student’s Experience Mock Panel InterviewAcademics
Criminal Justice Student’s Experience Mock Panel Interview
Students at the West Palm Beach campus enrolled in the evening Communications and Writing class for Criminal Justice professionals had the...
Massage Therapy Students Supports Marathon of the Treasure CoastAcademics
Massage Therapy Students Supports Marathon of the Treasure Coast
Recently, more than 1,100 runners competed in either the half marathon (13.1 miles) or the full marathon (26.2 miles) at Memorial Park in...
Histotechnology Holds an Open House at the Orlando CampusAcademics
Histotechnology Holds an Open House at the Orlando Campus
March 10 is Histotechnology Professionals Day so the Histotechnology department hosted an open house to share information and raise awareness about...
Have Your Cake and Eat It Too in SarasotaAcademics
Have Your Cake and Eat It Too in Sarasota
Pastry students at Sarasota's Center for Culinary Arts served decadent cakes made in Chef Timke's European tortes class.  The class made charolette...
Flagship Athletic Training Department Welcomes High School Students for Career DayAcademics
Flagship Athletic Training Department Welcomes High School Students for Career Day
The Keiser University Flagship Campus’ Athletic Training Department recently hosted several high school students from Kings Academy for a career...
Keiser University’s College of Golf Welcomes Renowned LPGA and PGA Golf InstructorAcademics
Keiser University’s College of Golf Welcomes Renowned LPGA and PGA Golf Instructor
LPGA and PGA of America member Nancy Quarcelino recently took time from her busy schedule to share “How to Design a Successful Golf Instruction...
Tampa’s SMFT Students Learn Performance AnalysisAcademics
Tampa’s SMFT Students Learn Performance Analysis
William Wallace, MS, Ph.D. candidate and scientist, at Applied Science and Performance Institute (ASPI) gave a presentation to the Associate and...
Ft. Lauderdale Campus Serves as an IRS Tax Preparation SiteAcademics
Ft. Lauderdale Campus Serves as an IRS Tax Preparation Site
Keiser University’s Ft. Lauderdale students will participate for their first year with the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program in order...
Flagship Campus Programs Enjoys CollaborationAcademics
Flagship Campus Programs Enjoys Collaboration
Students enrolled in Sports Medicine & Fitness Technology and Exercise Science programs at the Flagship campus were recently treated to a...
2017 Florida Nursing Students Week Celebrated at Sarasota CampusAcademics
2017 Florida Nursing Students Week Celebrated at Sarasota Campus
Sarasota nursing students were highlighted on the campus during 2017 Florida Nursing Students Week.
Hospitality Student Nominated for Prestigious Rose AwardAcademics
Hospitality Student Nominated for Prestigious Rose Award
Lights camera action.  The hospitality and tourism industry of greater north Florida celebrated at the 9th Annual ROSE Awards. The North Florida...
Tampa’s Biomedical and Biotechnology Sciences Impress ResearchersAcademics
Tampa’s Biomedical and Biotechnology Sciences Impress Researchers
Dr. Clare-Anne Canfield, Dr. Neil Copes and students from the Biomedical Sciences and Biotechnology programs attended the Business of Biotech 2017...
Pinning Ceremony Held at Ft. Lauderdale CampusAcademics
Pinning Ceremony Held at Ft. Lauderdale Campus
Recently, the Physical Therapist Assistant program held a pinning ceremony where friends and family were in attendance to help support the students.
OTA Students Participate in Cultural Day in Ft. LauderdaleAcademics
OTA Students Participate in Cultural Day in Ft. Lauderdale
The Occupational Therapy Assistant students at the Ft. Lauderdale campus participated in Cultural Day in their Life Span class. They did projects and...
Clearwater Students Take a Field Trip About ImageryAcademics
Clearwater Students Take a Field Trip About Imagery
Students in English Composition I got a taste of their community and so much more during a nighttime project recently. For a class assignment, the...
Medical Assisting Students Attend Health and Safety Association FairAcademics
Medical Assisting Students Attend Health and Safety Association Fair
The Clearwater Medical Assisting students went to Largo Central Park for the Pinellas County Council PTA Health and Saftey Assoication Fair. ...
Physician Assistants Attends Florida Academy of Physician Assistants Challenge BowlAcademics
Physician Assistants Attends Florida Academy of Physician Assistants Challenge Bowl
Recently, six Keiser University Physician Assistant Student Association members participated in the FAPA winter symposium challenge bowl where PA...
Miami Psychology Students Collect School Supplies for St. Mary's SchoolAcademics
Miami Psychology Students Collect School Supplies for St. Mary's School
The Miami Campus students in the Bachelor of Arts in Psychology program with Dr. Melissa Noya collected school supplies for the last two weeks to...
Melbourne Nursing Students Simulate Nurse Triage for Burn VictimsAcademics
Melbourne Nursing Students Simulate Nurse Triage for Burn Victims
Melbourne Nursing students participated in an activity to simulate the nurse triage, assessment and care of a patient with several different degrees...
Tallahassee A&P Students Visit the Science LabAcademics
Tallahassee A&P Students Visit the Science Lab
The Anatomy & Physiology II class visited the science lab at the Tallahassee campus . These students are currently studying the nervous...
Sports Medicine & Fitness Technology News From the Jacksonville CampusAcademics
Sports Medicine & Fitness Technology News From the Jacksonville Campus
Jacksonville Sports Medicine Program Hosts Strength & Conditioning Workshop The Jacksonville Sports Medicine & Fitness Technology...
West Palm Beach Students Visit Palm Beach Science MuseumAcademics
West Palm Beach Students Visit Palm Beach Science Museum
The Crime Scene Technology and Sports Medicine & Fitness Technology students from the West Palm Beach campus attended the "Our Body: The Universe...
G4S Representative Speaks to Students at Ft. Myers CampusAcademics
G4S Representative Speaks to Students at Ft. Myers Campus
Current Forensic Investigations and Crime Scene Technology students of the Fort Myers campus, were graced with a security guard from G4S who brought...
Sarasota IT Students visit MTechAcademics
Sarasota IT Students visit MTech
Sarasota’s Associate of Science Information Technology students were invited to tour and learn more about one of Keiser University employers,...
Medical Assisting Students Study PhlebotomyAcademics
Medical Assisting Students Study Phlebotomy
Medical Assisting students at the New Port Richey campus work on phlebotomy with instructor Sandra Hart.
World’s Only Paraplegic PGA Professional Inspires Keiser University COG StudentsAcademics
World’s Only Paraplegic PGA Professional Inspires Keiser University COG Students
Dennis Walters, the world’s only paraplegic PGA Professional, recently visited Keiser University’s College of Golf and shared his inspiring story...
OTA and Culinary Students Give Back to Easter SealsCulinary
OTA and Culinary Students Give Back to Easter Seals
Easter Seals has been a great partner to the Occupational Therapy Assistant program at the Melbourne campus. So when the students reached out to the...
Jacksonville Holds Inaugural “Seahawk Bowl” Co-ed Flag Football TournamentAcademics
Jacksonville Holds Inaugural “Seahawk Bowl” Co-ed Flag Football Tournament
The Sports Medicine and Fitness Technology program at the Jacksonville campus honored the “big game” weekend and Keiser University’s future...
College of Golf Students Enjoy PGA Merchandise ShowAcademics
College of Golf Students Enjoy PGA Merchandise Show
The College of Golf was recently represented at the 2017 PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando, Florida as Community Resource Coordinator Liz Snyder,...
Hospitality News from the Jacksonville CampusAcademics
Hospitality News from the Jacksonville Campus
Hospitality Students Earn Prestigious Hospitality Supervision Certificates Hospitality students from the Jacksonville campus were awarded the...
Forensic & CST Students Get a Visit from the Jacksonville Sheriff's OfficeAcademics
Forensic & CST Students Get a Visit from the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office
The BS in Forensic Investigations and AS in Crime Scene Technology students at the Jacksonville campus were able to get first-hand stories from two...
Medical Assisting Students Participate in an American Heart Health EventAcademics
Medical Assisting Students Participate in an American Heart Health Event
Westminster Towers, an assisted living facility in Orlando, contacted Keiser University  Medical Assisting students to assist in taking blood...
SMFT Students from Orlando Campus Volunteer as Fitness WarriorsAcademics
SMFT Students from Orlando Campus Volunteer as Fitness Warriors
Students from the Orlando Sports Medicine and Fitness Technology program visited the Youth Fitness Warrior Challenge in Winter Garden. The students...
Psychology Students Learn a Lesson From MonopolyAcademics
Psychology Students Learn a Lesson From Monopoly
Psychology students at the Clearwater campus participated in a “rigged” Monopoly™ game while learning about the social psychology of status....
DMS Students Learn Wave Theory for Acoustic PhysicsAcademics
DMS Students Learn Wave Theory for Acoustic Physics
The Diagnostic Medical Sonography instructor at the New Port Richey campus used a slinky to demonstrate wave theory for acoustic physics.  The...
Dietetics and Nutrition Students Become Myth BustersAcademics
Dietetics and Nutrition Students Become Myth Busters
The Melbourne campus Bachelors of Science in Dietetics and Nutrition students held their own “Myth Busters – Separating Myths from Science”...
DMS Students at the Melbourne Campus Strive to Help OthersAcademics
DMS Students at the Melbourne Campus Strive to Help Others
Recently, the Diagnostic Medical Sonography program at the Melbourne campus had a day of collaboration with the Occupational Therapy Assistant...
Sarasota Students Participate in Interactive TrainingAcademics
Sarasota Students Participate in Interactive Training
Sarasota Physical Therapist Assistant students join level 1 Nursing students in the nursing lab for an interactive training session on body...
Medical Assisting Students Take a Field Trip to CSL PlasmaAcademics
Medical Assisting Students Take a Field Trip to CSL Plasma
The Medical Assisting night class took a field trip to CSL Plasma.  The students were first shown a presentation about the company, possible jobs...
Ft. Myers OTA Graduates Come Back to Share Advice and WisdomAcademics
Ft. Myers OTA Graduates Come Back to Share Advice and Wisdom
Fort Myers Alum from the Occupational Therapy Assistant program made an impact in the classroom when they returned to share their personal experience...
Sarasota Nursing Students Welcome a New ChildAcademics
Sarasota Nursing Students Welcome a New Child
The Sarasota campus proudly announces the birth of its first baby delivered by the Bachelor of Science Nursing accelerated program.  The delivery...
Sports Medicine and Fitness Technology Jacksonville Students Get Equipped with KnowledgeAcademics
Sports Medicine and Fitness Technology Jacksonville Students Get Equipped with Knowledge
Sports Medicine and Fitness Technology students from the Jacksonville campus took a field trip to First Place Equipment. During the Sports...
Splint-Making Takes Center Stage for OTA Students in Fort Myers Academics
Splint-Making Takes Center Stage for OTA Students in Fort Myers 
Occupational Therapy Assistant students in Marcia Hamilton’s class received hands-on training with creating splints in the classroom.  Students...
West Palm Beach CST Students Learn About Gun Shot WoundsAcademics
West Palm Beach CST Students Learn About Gun Shot Wounds
The Crime Scene Technology students analyzed blood spatter to determine the area of convergence and the area of origin. With this information, and...
Representatives from the Jacksonville Campus Attend the 'Jax Health & Fitness Expo'Academics
Representatives from the Jacksonville Campus Attend the 'Jax Health & Fitness Expo'
Matthew Graifer and Dr. Ryan Fairall of the Jacksonville campus Sports Medicine & Fitness Technology program, as well as Associate Director of...
Fort Myers Medical Assistant Class: “Don’t Call It A Comeback, Play-Doh’s Been Here For Years” Academics
Fort Myers Medical Assistant Class: “Don’t Call It A Comeback, Play-Doh’s Been Here For...
(Let us know if you recognize the song reference in the headline!) :-) Medical Assisting instructor Katie Joseph recently used Play-Doh as a...
New Port Richey DMS Students Learn CPRAcademics
New Port Richey DMS Students Learn CPR
The Diagnostic Medial Sonography students at the New Port Richey campus pose after having successfully completed four hours of CPR training.
College of Chiropractic Medicine Holds White Coat CeremonyAcademics
College of Chiropractic Medicine Holds White Coat Ceremony
The College of Chiropractic Medicine, located at the West Palm Beach Campus, held its second White Coat Ceremony, welcoming 14 new chiropractic...
#NationalChocolateCakeDay is TodayAcademics
#NationalChocolateCakeDay is Today
Thanks to the Center for Culinary Arts at the Melbourne campus, we have a chocolate cake recipe and pictures of the finished product for anyone who...
Medical Assistants at the Orlando Campus Hold a Health FairAcademics
Medical Assistants at the Orlando Campus Hold a Health Fair
Medical Assisting students at the Orlando campus held a health fair where students, staff, and faculty could receive venipuncture and have tests run...
Port St. Lucie Police Department Explorer Program Visits KUAcademics
Port St. Lucie Police Department Explorer Program Visits KU
The Port St. Lucie campus welcomed Port St. Lucie Police Department’s Explorer program to our campus for an evening of educational opportunities. ...
The Port St. Lucie Campus Hosts High School HOSA GroupsAcademics
The Port St. Lucie Campus Hosts High School HOSA Groups
The Port St. Lucie campus hosted 150 HOSA students for a fun-filled day of educational opportunities.  The students represented Jensen Beach,...
Congratulations to Sarasota's Culinary Competition TeamAcademics
Congratulations to Sarasota's Culinary Competition Team
Sarasota's Center for Culinary Arts is proud to extend congratulatory praise to the competition team. The team recently won a  bronze medal at the...
Pembroke Pines Holds a Pinning CeremonyAcademics
Pembroke Pines Holds a Pinning Ceremony
The Pembroke Pines campus held an Occupational Therapy Assistant pinning ceremony.  The students were welcomed and congratulated by university...
Pembroke Pines Writing Studio Contest WinnersAcademics
Pembroke Pines Writing Studio Contest Winners
Students at Pembroke Pines participated in a writing contest sponsored by the Writing Studio. In keeping with the spirit of the holidays, the topic...
Pinning Ceremonies Held in LakelandAcademics
Pinning Ceremonies Held in Lakeland
RT Core 34 : Andrea Anderson, Lucinda Cawley, Linda Ford, Justina Howze, Paul Mangal, Prisilla Perez, Tyler Thornton, and Jessica West Lakeland...
Sarasota Holds a Pinning CeremonyAcademics
Sarasota Holds a Pinning Ceremony
The Sarasota campus recently hosted a pinning ceremony for their Radiologic Technology students.
Jacksonville’s Biomedical Sciences Program Director Visits Keiser University's Latin America CampusAcademics
Jacksonville’s Biomedical Sciences Program Director Visits Keiser University's Latin America...
The Biomedical Sciences Program Director from the Jacksonville campus, Dr. Peter Zanzonico, spent part of his winter vacation traveling to Nicaragua...
Melbourne Nursing Students Compete in a Skills RodeoAcademics
Melbourne Nursing Students Compete in a Skills Rodeo
Nursing students in Cohort 39 at the Melbourne campus competed in the Fundamentals’ Skills Rodeo. The event tested students nursing know-how in...
Ft. Lauderdale Holds Pinning Ceremony for OTA StudentsAcademics
Ft. Lauderdale Holds Pinning Ceremony for OTA Students
The Fort Lauderdale campus held a pinning ceremony for students from the Occupational Therapy Assistant program. Family and friends attended the...
Nursing Students Deliver Group ProjectsAcademics
Nursing Students Deliver Group Projects
Nursing students in Cohort 39 at the Melbourne campus delivered their group projects on the 2016 National Patient Safety Goals (NPSG). These goals,...

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Anthony Sassano

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It has been great attending and graduating from Keiser University.  Because of the small class sizes, I was able to build good relationships with classmates and professors.  The PA professors care very much about the progress and success of the students and have been great advisors every step of the way through the program.

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My decision to attend Keiser University has been one of the best decisions I’ve made. I chose to enroll in the Information Technology program… The one-class-a-month pace helped incredibly with my self-discipline.

Marla Hadley

The BA for Business Administration at Keiser has to be one of the best in the nation. Keiser takes the basics that are taught at the Associates level and uses them to strengthen your skills and knowledge.

Vivian R. Howard, BA in Business Administration Graduate

I found that Keiser University’s Nuclear Medicine program of advanced studies and small class size was a perfect fit. I never came across a faculty member who wasn’t truly interested.

Gustavo Gonzalez, Nuclear Medicine Technology Graduate