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College of Golf students in Professor Ken Martin’s History of Golf class recently participated in a scramble golf tournament...
Dietetic & Nutrition Students at the Pembroke Pines Campus Volunteer with Feeding South FloridaCommunity News
Dietetic & Nutrition Students at the Pembroke Pines Campus Volunteer with Feeding South Florida
Members of the Student Dietetic Association, along with faculty advisor Jennifer Keil, joined together with the Broward Academy of Nutrition and...
Keiser BBQ Team Competed in Florida State BBQ ChampionshipCommunity News
Keiser BBQ Team Competed in Florida State BBQ Championship
Recently, Chef Sisavath Keovilay and the Keiser BBQ competition team, “Keiser-Que”, competed in the “Florida State BBQ Championship”. This is...
SWFL Athletic Coaches and Directors Excited to Meet Coach Socha in Fort MyersCommunity News
SWFL Athletic Coaches and Directors Excited to Meet Coach Socha in Fort Myers
Southwest Florida high school sports coaches and athletic directors congregated at Keiser University Fort Myers recently to welcome new KU Football...
Daytona Beach Donates to Operation Christmas ChildCommunity News
Daytona Beach Donates to Operation Christmas Child
Daytona Beach prepared over 40 shoe boxes to donate to Operation Christmas Child. Boxes were filled with donations from students, faculty and staff,...
The Tampa Campus Starts Toys for Tots Kick-OffCommunity News
The Tampa Campus Starts Toys for Tots Kick-Off
Dunkin Donuts sponsored Tampa’s Toys for Tots kick-off by supplying Munchkins and Coffee to energize the students!  
Daytona Beach Hosts a Thanksgiving-themed Portico PartyStudents & Alumni
Daytona Beach Hosts a Thanksgiving-themed Portico Party
The Daytona Beach campus faculty and staff hosted a Thanksgiving-themed Portico Party with fun, music, and  a menu of turkey sandwiches, snacks, and...
Pembroke Pines D&N Students Visit Pritikin CenterAcademics
Pembroke Pines D&N Students Visit Pritikin Center
Professor Truitt, Dr. Scripa and Professor Riedel took Pembroke Pines Dietetic & Nutrition students to Pritikin Center in Doral for a wonderful...
Fort Myers OTA Students Invade Sports Medicine Gym to “Posture” Themselves for Future Success Academics
Fort Myers OTA Students Invade Sports Medicine Gym to “Posture” Themselves for Future Success 
Fort Myers Occupational Therapy Assistant students currently in Kinesiology utilized the Sports Medicine and Fitness Technology gym and instructor,...
Medical Assisting Students Visit the Resurrection House in SarasotaCommunity News
Medical Assisting Students Visit the Resurrection House in Sarasota
In Sarasota,  Mrs. Mueller’s Medical Assisting students toured the Resurrection House in an attempt to familiarize themselves with the plight of...
Santa and the SVA Show Support to StudentsStudents & Alumni
Santa and the SVA Show Support to Students
Santa and the Student Veterans of America provided FREE Hugs, FREE coffee, FREE donuts, and FREE positive affirmations recently.  Students...
Graduate School Participates in National Alliance for Mental Illness WalkCommunity News
Graduate School Participates in National Alliance for Mental Illness Walk
The Graduate School built a team of students, faculty, and staff from the Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, Flagship, and Graduate School to walk in the Broward...
Sarasota's Violeta Huesman Wins Coveted Volunteer of the Year Award from Lakewood Ranch Business AllianceCommunity News
Sarasota's Violeta Huesman Wins Coveted Volunteer of the Year Award from Lakewood Ranch Business...
At the annual Lakewood Ranch Business Alliance - Member’s Choice Awards Sarasota's Violeta Huesman won the Volunteer of the Year award! Coverage...
Ft. Lauderdale Students and Faculty Participate in Community News
Ft. Lauderdale Students and Faculty Participate in "Parkinson's Get Moving Day"
Members of the Student Occupational Therapy Association and faculty from the Physical Therapist Assistant program at the Fort Lauderdale campus...
Fort Myers Celebrates Its 1,000th GraduateSpecial Events
Fort Myers Celebrates Its 1,000th Graduate
The Fort Myers campus celebrated its official 1,000th graduate at their most recent Advisory Board meeting. Jesus Herrera Dominguez became the...
Sarasota Nursing Helped with Remote Area MedicalCommunity News
Sarasota Nursing Helped with Remote Area Medical
Sarasota’s Associate of Science in Nursing student Gracie Wiedeman and faculty member Mrs. Stone recently helped triage patients with RAM (Remote...
Rollie Massimino Remembrance Basketball GameSpecial Events
Rollie Massimino Remembrance Basketball Game
Keiser University honored Rollie Massimino for his leadership and inspiration both on and off the court recently at a Seahawks basketball game....
Tampa Nursing Students Attend Annual ConferenceSpecial Events
Tampa Nursing Students Attend Annual Conference
All year long, Tampa’s Nursing cohort has been hosting fundraisers, car washes, and raffles to raise money so that they could attend the Florida...
Tampa Celebrated RT WeekAcademics
Tampa Celebrated RT Week
Tampa celebrated Radiologic Technology week with coffee and donuts for RT students, who are diligently studying for their finals. The week-long...
Fort Myers OTA Students Find Learning Exercise Comes In “Handy” Academics
Fort Myers OTA Students Find Learning Exercise Comes In “Handy” 
Kinesiology students in the newest Occupational Therapy Assistant cohort take “hands-on” education to another level as they learn about nerves...
Jacksonville Holds a Military Appreciation LuncheonStudents & Alumni
Jacksonville Holds a Military Appreciation Luncheon
The Business honor society, Delta Mu Delta, hosted a Military Appreciation Luncheon at the Jacksonville campus to thank all who have and are...
Miami Campus Holds Psi Chi Induction CeremonySpecial Events
Miami Campus Holds Psi Chi Induction Ceremony
The Miami Campus held its first Psi Chi (The National Honor Society in Psychology) induction recently. Psi Chi “is an international Honor Society...
Southeast High School Students Visit the Sarasota CampusCommunity News
Southeast High School Students Visit the Sarasota Campus
Skylar enjoyed having Southeast High School visit the Sarasota campus recently.  The students enjoyed hands-on experiences in Forensic...
Radiation Therapy Students Practice Triangulation and Isocentric Shifting ExercisesAcademics
Radiation Therapy Students Practice Triangulation and Isocentric Shifting Exercises
Freshmen students practice in class the skill set of positioning patients for radiation therapy.  Students also practice calculating isocentric...
College of Golf Holds Tournament to Raise Money for CFFCommunity News
College of Golf Holds Tournament to Raise Money for CFF
PGA professionals Frank Longabucco and David Wixson recently organized a student and staff golf tournament which benefited Cystic Fibrosis...
Where is Skylar?Community News
Where is Skylar?
Is that a legal eagle? No, it's Skylar who accompanied Christopher Parent, Community Relations Coordinator for Keiser University's Sarasota Campus,...
Never Too Early For Sweet Treats in SarasotaAcademics
Never Too Early For Sweet Treats in Sarasota
Sarasota Center for Culinary Arts students made vanilla cupcakes for National Vanilla Cupcake Day on November 10.
Pembroke Pines Honored VeteransSpecial Events
Pembroke Pines Honored Veterans
In honor of Veterans Day, Pembroke Pines Campus President, Piotr Lechowski, gave special thanks to  veterans in a special ceremony. They were given...
2017 Homecoming Court Announced at FlagshipSpecial Events
2017 Homecoming Court Announced at Flagship
At the men’s basketball game on Thursday November 9, 2017 our Homecoming Court Winners were announced. Students on the Flagship Campus were...
GRADUATE SPOTLIGHT: Brittni Bra, Online DivisionStudents & Alumni
GRADUATE SPOTLIGHT: Brittni Bra, Online Division
Brittni Bra graduated with an Associate degree in Paralegal Studies from the Online Division and shares her story of success. “I am a single mom...
Pine Ridge High School's Health Academy Visits the Daytona CampusCommunity News
Pine Ridge High School's Health Academy Visits the Daytona Campus
Pine Ridge High School’s Health Academy and AVID students visited the Daytona campus for college and career exploration recently. Students were...
Thanksgiving Feather Drive at the West Palm Beach Campus Helps CharityCommunity News
Thanksgiving Feather Drive at the West Palm Beach Campus Helps Charity
It’s almost time for Thanksgiving so, in the spirit of the holiday, the West Palm Beach campus SGA is holding an event to raise money for...
Keiser University Holds First 40th Anniversary Reception at its Flagship Campus in West Palm BeachSpecial Events
Keiser University Holds First 40th Anniversary Reception at its Flagship Campus in West Palm Beach
In honor of Keiser University’s 40th year since its founding in 1977, and long-term educational service to the state of Florida, students, and...
New Port Richey Admission Counselors Honored at the Annual West Pasco Chamber of Commerce Salute to Veterans LuncheonSpecial Events
New Port Richey Admission Counselors Honored at the Annual West Pasco Chamber of Commerce Salute to...
New Port Richey admission counselors, Michael Butterfield and Joseph LaSalle were amongst the guest of honors at the annual West Pasco Chamber of...
Orlando Students Celebrate RT WeekAcademics
Orlando Students Celebrate RT Week
The Radiologic Technology  students at the Orlando campus celebrated National Radiologic Technology week  with a good old-fashioned Field Day....
The Jacksonville Campus Holds a Spirit DaySpecial Events
The Jacksonville Campus Holds a Spirit Day
The students, faculty, and staff at the Jacksonville campus celebrated Spirit Day with blue and white cupcakes, free giveaways, and KU pride...
Melbourne Healthcare Programs CollaborateAcademics
Melbourne Healthcare Programs Collaborate
Bachelor of Science in Dietetics and Nutrition (BSDN) students currently enrolled in Dietetics Management Nutrition Programs, taught the Physical...
Pembroke Pines Students Tour Joe DiMaggio Children's HospitalAcademics
Pembroke Pines Students Tour Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital
Professor Truitt and her Dietetic & Nutrition class took a field trip to Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital to see the kitchen set-up for their...
WPTV Story Featuring President Kimberly Lea, Featured Articles
WPTV Story Featuring President Kimberly Lea, "Millennials are Changing the Workforce"
West Palm Beach Campus President Kimberly Lea recently welcomed WPTV reporter Stephanie Susskind to campus to share insight relating to how...
Miami Students Participate in Walk to End Alzheimer'sCommunity News
Miami Students Participate in Walk to End Alzheimer's
Students from the Miami campus volunteered their time at the Miami-Dade Walk to End Alzheimer’s at Museum Park in Miami. They helped with...
Sarasota Holds Academics
Sarasota Holds "Room of Doom" for Nursing Students
Each semester, Sarasota’s Fundamentals of Nursing students participate in the “Room of Doom.”  This activity challenges the students to...
Leadership Distinction Program at the Ft. Lauderdale Campus Focuses on Writing ResumesStudents & Alumni
Leadership Distinction Program at the Ft. Lauderdale Campus Focuses on Writing Resumes
Professional career coach and resume writer Ms. Heather Mahoney from Dare, Dream, Succeed Inc. came to the Ft. Lauderdale campus where she...
Sarasota Participates in Making Strides Against Breast Cancer 5KCommunity News
Sarasota Participates in Making Strides Against Breast Cancer 5K
“Team Keiser Sarasota”  joined in the annual Making Strides Against Breast Cancer 5K.  The team consisting of both students, faculty, and staff...
Jacksonville Students Participate in Academics
Jacksonville Students Participate in "Major Day"
The Jacksonville campus had the pleasure of hosting several distinguished visitors representing three different agencies during the Legal Studies...
Tallahassee Campus in 6th Annual Science FestivalCommunity News
Tallahassee Campus in 6th Annual Science Festival
The Tallahassee campus sponsored and participated in the 6th Annual Tallahassee Science Festival.  This is the largest STEM festival in Florida with...
West Palm Beach OTA Students Participate in Walk to End Alzheimer's DiseaseCommunity News
West Palm Beach OTA Students Participate in Walk to End Alzheimer's Disease
Students from the Occupational Therapy Assistant program at the West Palm Beach campus, participated in the “Walk to END Alzheimer's...
Keiser University Sports and Exercise Science Students Undergo Sport Performance AssessmentsAcademics
Keiser University Sports and Exercise Science Students Undergo Sport Performance Assessments
Exercise Science students at the Flagship campus recently enjoyed a series of sport performance assessments that included exercises to evaluate...
Melbourne Center for Culinary Arts Holds ProStart Regional WorkshopAcademics
Melbourne Center for Culinary Arts Holds ProStart Regional Workshop
The Melbourne Center for Culinary Arts held a Florida Restaurant & Lodging Association ProStart regional workshop. Students from high schools...
PTA Students Visit EXOS Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine CenterAcademics
PTA Students Visit EXOS Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine Center
West Palm Beach Physical Therapist Assistant students visited EXOS Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine Center. They had the opportunity to work...
Lakeland Holds Fall Job FairSpecial Events
Lakeland Holds Fall Job Fair
The Lakeland campus held their Fall Job Fair with a range of employers in attendance including healthcare services, business organizations, and legal...
Advancements in Gaming Celebrated by Taking it WAY Back in Fort Myers Academics
Advancements in Gaming Celebrated by Taking it WAY Back in Fort Myers 
Keiser University is not the only entity celebrating its 40th anniversary. The Atari gaming system was introduced in 1977, as well, which has spawned...
Sarasota Nursing Students Participated in Terrorism Preparedness DrillAcademics
Sarasota Nursing Students Participated in Terrorism Preparedness Drill
From the Sarasota Herald Tribune, “In Sarasota 220 first responders from 20 agencies and more than 40 volunteers participated in the largest...
OTA Students from Daytona Hold a Cultural ExposeAcademics
OTA Students from Daytona Hold a Cultural Expose
The Daytona Beach campus Occupational Therapy Assistant program hosted a campus-wide Cultural Expose.  The expose gave attendees a culturally...
Tallahassee Campus Attended Leon Works Career ExpoCommunity News
Tallahassee Campus Attended Leon Works Career Expo
The Tallahassee campus participated in the 3rd Annual Leon Works Career Expo. Campus President Maria Mead was a panelist in the Educational...
PTA Students Learn About Brachial PlexusAcademics
PTA Students Learn About Brachial Plexus
Two Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA) students from cohort 18 at the Jacksonville campus, Jordan Torres and Iulia Vartanov, are utilizing a hands-on...
Inductee Record Shattered for Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society at Fort Myers Campus Students & Alumni
Inductee Record Shattered for Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society at Fort Myers Campus 
A renewed energy was recently brought to the PTK Honor Society initiative at the Fort Myers campus when instructors Amanda Brunson and Lindsey Page...
West Palm Kicks Off Quality Enhancement PlanAcademics
West Palm Kicks Off Quality Enhancement Plan
The West Palm Beach campus is kicking off the Keiser University Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) II today, “Elevating students to the power of...
Radiation Therapy Students Celebrate Last DaySpecial Events
Radiation Therapy Students Celebrate Last Day
Radiation Therapy  Class of 2017 enjoyed a pizza party to celebrate their last day.  Students were honored by freshmen class with a banner...
What Professional Player Surprised You the Most this Tournament Season?Featured Articles
What Professional Player Surprised You the Most this Tournament Season?
What Professional Player Surprised You the Most this Tournament Season? Donna White, MS, LPGA T&C Hall of Fame of Keiser University College...
Lakeland Holds a Student Appreciation EventStudents & Alumni
Lakeland Holds a Student Appreciation Event
Team Lakeland grilled up a good time at their fall Student Appreciation BBQ. Graced with good weather and even better company, the management team...
Orlando SMFT Students Volunteer at GRID 6Community News
Orlando SMFT Students Volunteer at GRID 6
Sports Medicine and Fitness Technology students from the Orlando campus volunteered running an event known as GRID 6 of the Florida Grid League in...
Tallahassee Participates in Making Strides Against Breast Cancer WalkCommunity News
Tallahassee Participates in Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk
The Tallahassee campus participated  in the American Cancer Society’s “Making Strides Against Breast Cancer” walk at Cascades Park. Faculty,...
Halloween with a Seahawks TwistSpecial Events
Halloween with a Seahawks Twist
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Jacksonville Celebrated PinktoberfestCommunity News
Jacksonville Celebrated Pinktoberfest
Recently, the faculty and staff at the Jacksonville campus put on their best pink in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Sarasota Physical Therapist Assistant Students Hold an Open HouseAcademics
Sarasota Physical Therapist Assistant Students Hold an Open House
The Physical Therapist Assistant students of the Sarasota campus held an open house and information fair to celebrate October as National Physical...
Daytona Beach Campus Holds Advisory Board MeetingAcademics
Daytona Beach Campus Holds Advisory Board Meeting
Approximately 80 Advisory Board members participated in the second Advisory Board meeting for 2017. The programmatic meetings included Radiologic...
Forensic Investigation Students Visit the Sarasota PDAcademics
Forensic Investigation Students Visit the Sarasota PD
Lt. Sullivan’s ‘Intro to Forensic’ students visited the Sarasota Police Department (SPD) to tour the Crime Unit and the Evidence-Property...
FEATURED VIDEO, Featured Articles
FEATURED VIDEO, "Why Should I Hire You?"
Josh Ward, Ft. Myers Associate Director of Student Services, shares valuable interview insights.  
FEATURED ARTICLE, Featured Articles
FEATURED ARTICLE, "Appreciative Inquiry" by Mike Quaintance, KU Ft. Myers
Appreciative Inquiry Many students over the past decades learned strategic planning as a function of problem solving.  As a past non-profit...
Daytona Beach Holds a Bake Sale to Raise Funds for Breast Cancer Awareness MonthCommunity News
Daytona Beach Holds a Bake Sale to Raise Funds for Breast Cancer Awareness Month
The Daytona Beach campus, as part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, raised funds for breast cancer research with a bake sale.  All types of treats...
KU Shanghai Welcomes Inaugural Freshman ClassSpecial Events
KU Shanghai Welcomes Inaugural Freshman Class
Earlier this month, Keiser University’s Shanghai campus held an initiation ceremony welcoming the inaugural freshman class enrolled in the first...
Forensic Investigations Graduate Sworn In as a Public Safety AideStudents & Alumni
Forensic Investigations Graduate Sworn In as a Public Safety Aide
Mr. Redmond, Program Chair for Crime Scene Technology & Forensic Investigations (FI) at the Lakeland campus, recently attended the Lakeland...
Miami OTA Students Visit Ventana De Los CielosAcademics
Miami OTA Students Visit Ventana De Los Cielos
Occupational Therapy Assistant students in Cohort 31 at the Miami campus attended a field trip where they visited one of the program’s clinical...
Halloween “Door-corations” Take Center Stage at Fort Myers Students & Alumni
Halloween “Door-corations” Take Center Stage at Fort Myers 
Faculty, staff and students took some time to get into the Halloween spirit (no pun intended) by decorating their respective doors. Between...
Flagship Students Continue Volunteer Work with Palm Beach County CaresCommunity News
Flagship Students Continue Volunteer Work with Palm Beach County Cares
Flagship campus student leaders recently committed an evening by continuing the volunteer efforts for Palm Beach County Cares. The student group was...
October is Medical Ultrasound Awareness MonthAcademics
October is Medical Ultrasound Awareness Month
October is Medical Ultrasound Awareness Month and to celebrate, the students and faculty of the Diagnostic Medical Sonography program at the New Port...
OTA Students Participate in a Cultural FairAcademics
OTA Students Participate in a Cultural Fair
The students in Cohort 31 of the Occupational Therapy Assistant program at the Miami campus participated in a cultural fair as part of their Human...
OTA Students Learn About Development of Group SkillsAcademics
OTA Students Learn About Development of Group Skills
The Daytona Beach Campus Occupational Therapy Assistant students in the Psychiatric Disorders, Assessments and Treatment Strategies course taught by...
Lakeland Students Visit an Aquatic Therapy FacilityAcademics
Lakeland Students Visit an Aquatic Therapy Facility
Lakeland’s Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA) students had the opportunity to “get their feet wet” with an hands-on field trip to an aquatic...
Jacksonville support the Marine Corps Half Marathon & Freedom 5KCommunity News
Jacksonville support the Marine Corps Half Marathon & Freedom 5K
Jacksonville faculty members recently attended the Marine Corps Half Marathon & Freedom 5K.  The faculty group promoted all of Keiser’s great...
Melbourne Students Participate in Mock TraumaAcademics
Melbourne Students Participate in Mock Trauma
Melbourne campus Nursing and Radiologic Technology students had an opportunity to work through an intense mock trauma situation. With supervision...
New Port Richey Highlights Breast Cancer Awareness MonthStudents & Alumni
New Port Richey Highlights Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Students, faculty, and staff at the New Port Richey campus wore pink to show their support for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. This month highlights...
Keiser University College of Golf  National Collegiate Club Golf Association Team UpdateSpecial Events
Keiser University College of Golf National Collegiate Club Golf Association Team Update
   The Keiser University National Collegiate Club Golf Association (NCCGA) Club Team heads to Coral Springs, Florida this weekend to compete...
Pembroke Pines Holds Fall Career FairSpecial Events
Pembroke Pines Holds Fall Career Fair
The Pembroke Pines campus held their Fall Career Fair that hosted 24 employers targeting all majors. Students and graduates met with employers...
The Orlando Campus Wishes Everyone a Happy PinktoberCommunity News
The Orlando Campus Wishes Everyone a Happy Pinktober
The Orlando campus and Skylar are celebrating PINKTOBER Day in Central Florida today! PINKTOBER Day is the third Friday of every October and is held...
MA Students in Tampa Donate to Support Domestic Violence Awareness MonthCommunity News
MA Students in Tampa Donate to Support Domestic Violence Awareness Month
Tampa’s Medical Assisting students wanted to show support for Domestic Violence Awareness month by collecting 360 personal care items for the area...
West Palm Beach Holds a PTK Induction CeremonyStudents & Alumni
West Palm Beach Holds a PTK Induction Ceremony
Faculty advisor, Crystal Barletta at the West Palm Beach campus, inducted 8 students into Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society. The induction...
Nursing Students Participate in Mock InterviewsAcademics
Nursing Students Participate in Mock Interviews
West Palm Beach Nursing students participated in a panel style mock interview.  The interviewers were experienced nurses from both hospital and home...
Orlando Students Explore DNAAcademics
Orlando Students Explore DNA
Frank Sommerhage’s Biology I class at the Orlando campus learned how DNA is copied and how exactly the genes in our DNA make us look the way we...
PTA Students Participate in Aquatic TherapyAcademics
PTA Students Participate in Aquatic Therapy
West Palm Beach Physical Therapist Assistant students participated in a workshop regarding Aquatic Therapy at Rehabilitation Center for Children and...
Students are Showered with Appreciation in SarasotaStudents & Alumni
Students are Showered with Appreciation in Sarasota
Sarasota students enjoyed a delicious Student Appreciation Day!  Students, faculty and staff enjoyed pancakes and sausage cooked and served to all...
OTA Students Learn About Stages of Growth and DevelopmentAcademics
OTA Students Learn About Stages of Growth and Development
Pembroke Pines Occupational Therapy Assistant students created a life stages mural depicting the growth and development of "Benjamin". If you look...
Orlando Medical Assistants WeekAcademics
Orlando Medical Assistants Week
Skylar stopped by the Orlando campus to help celebrate Medical Assistants week. The Medical Assisting department celebrated with cake, games, raffles...
Medical Assisting Students Recognized in MiamiAcademics
Medical Assisting Students Recognized in Miami
The Medical Assisting (MA) students at the Miami campus were treated to lunch and cake for Medical Assistant Recognition Day. Of course, Skylar was...
Medical Assistants Recognition Week at New Port RicheyAcademics
Medical Assistants Recognition Week at New Port Richey
In honor of Medical Assistants Recognition Week, the students at the New Port Richey campus were celebrated and given fun pens. Medical assistants...
Medical Assistants Recognition Week is October 16-20, 2017Featured Articles
Medical Assistants Recognition Week is October 16-20, 2017
Medical Assistants are multi-skilled allied health professionals who perform a wide range of administrative and clinical roles requiring skill,...
Members of the Men's Basketball Team Donate Time to Palm Beach County CaresStudents & Alumni
Members of the Men's Basketball Team Donate Time to Palm Beach County Cares
Student athletes on the men's basketball team were the first to volunteer at the Palm Beach County Cares donation headquarters. Students assisted in...
Miami Programs Hold Interdisciplinary CollaborationAcademics
Miami Programs Hold Interdisciplinary Collaboration
The Miami campus held an interdisciplinary collaboration with the Physical Therapist Assistant students and the Nursing faculty. Nursing instructor,...
COACH'S CORNER: KU Jacksonville Shows How to Work the RopesAcademics
COACH'S CORNER: KU Jacksonville Shows How to Work the Ropes
Sports Medicine & Fitness Technology student Jason Smith from the Jacksonville campus coaches Program Director, Dr. Ryan R. Fairall, on how to...
Dietetics & Nutrition Students Create Clinical Pediatric Menu ItemsAcademics
Dietetics & Nutrition Students Create Clinical Pediatric Menu Items
As part of the Nutrition and Disease 2 class, Melbourne campus Bachelor of Science in Dietetics and Nutrition (BSDN) students learned about...
High School Golf Team Members Enjoy Lesson from KU's PGA Master ProfessionalsCommunity News
High School Golf Team Members Enjoy Lesson from KU's PGA Master Professionals
Royal Palm Beach High School golf team members recently enjoyed a lesson from Flagship campus PGA Master professionals John Callahan and Brian...
Students Attend Financial Success Strategies SeminarSpecial Events
Students Attend Financial Success Strategies Seminar
Geoff Stam, Director of Default Management and Financial Literacy, held a financial success strategies seminar at the Pembroke Pines campus. Students...
Nursing and Legal Studies Students Have a Guest SpeakerAcademics
Nursing and Legal Studies Students Have a Guest Speaker
The Nursing and Legal Studies programs joined up to have a discussion on medical malpractice in the field of nursing.  Chris Allamanno, Program...
Olympic Level Gymnastic Skills Put On Display by Fort Myers Sports Med StudentsAcademics
Olympic Level Gymnastic Skills Put On Display by Fort Myers Sports Med Students
Ft. Myers Sports Medicine & Fitness Technology students practicing their handstands. On a recent field trip to “CrossFit Thoroughbreds,”...
Sarasota Nursing Students Make Donation to the American Red CrossCommunity News
Sarasota Nursing Students Make Donation to the American Red Cross
The Keiser University Student Nurses Association, Sarasota Chapter,  raised money through a raffle to donate to the local chapter of the American...
Fort Myers Sports Med Students Learn a Lion’s Share About New Therapeutic Exercises Academics
Fort Myers Sports Med Students Learn a Lion’s Share About New Therapeutic Exercises 
Students of the Fort Myers Sports Medicine & Fitness Technology program demonstrate the "lion’s face” exercise with Hope Parkinson’s...
Tampa Campus Recognized by the Hillsborough County School BoardCommunity News
Tampa Campus Recognized by the Hillsborough County School Board
Tampa campus High School Director of Admissions, Randy Congdon recently represented Keiser University at the Hillsborough County School Board...
SMFT Students Prepare for ACE Personal Trainer Certification ExamAcademics
SMFT Students Prepare for ACE Personal Trainer Certification Exam
Upper division students in the Sports Medicine & Fitness Technology (SMFT) program at the Melbourne campus are preparing for their ACE Personal...
Jacksonville Holds a Job FairSpecial Events
Jacksonville Holds a Job Fair
The Jacksonville campus held their Fall Job Fair for students. As the entire room filled with 28 employers from all around Jacksonville, the students...
Flagship Campus Announces Scholarship Partnership with the Women in Automotive OrganizationAcademics
Flagship Campus Announces Scholarship Partnership with the Women in Automotive Organization
Flagship Campus freshman Maeonna Marshall is now one-step closer to becoming an accountant thanks to her Women in Automotive...
Orlando Students Attended Seminar with Ben Saunders, UFC FighterAcademics
Orlando Students Attended Seminar with Ben Saunders, UFC Fighter
Exercise Science students at the Orlando campus enjoyed guest speaker Ben Saunders, professional fighter in the UFC Welterweight division. Mr....
Coach's Corner: KU Jacksonville with Exercise of the Week - Kettlebell SwingFeatured Articles
Coach's Corner: KU Jacksonville with Exercise of the Week - Kettlebell Swing
Jacksonville Sports Medicine & Fitness Technology students, Justin Heath and Richard Lopez, demonstrate and instruct how to properly perform the...
Pembroke Pines Honors Faculty and StaffSpecial Events
Pembroke Pines Honors Faculty and Staff
Cecil Kidd, Pembroke Pines Campus President, and Luciana Soares, Dean of Academic Affairs, had the pleasure of presenting Dr. Katwaroo with a...
Miami Students Attend a Symposium on Virtual RealityAcademics
Miami Students Attend a Symposium on Virtual Reality
Students in Dr. Cruz-Espaillat’s Anatomy & Physiology class at the Miami campus attended a medical education symposium and dinner with the...
New Port Richey Students & Staff Donate BloodCommunity News
New Port Richey Students & Staff Donate Blood
OneBlood was at the New Port Richey campus to do a blood drive due to the great need for donations.  So, students and staff were on hand to help...
West Palm Beach Students Meet Brad Meltzer at Forum ClubStudents & Alumni
West Palm Beach Students Meet Brad Meltzer at Forum Club
West Palm Beach Business Administration students Arielle Young and Shenel Shakes had the opportunity to attend a Forum Club of the Palm Beaches...
OTA is Going to the Dogs in Pembroke PinesAcademics
OTA is Going to the Dogs in Pembroke Pines
The Pembroke Pines campus is grateful to Lakeisha Teague, veteran of the U.S. armed services, and her service dog Chance who spoke to the...
Tampa Hosts a Job FairSpecial Events
Tampa Hosts a Job Fair
Today the Tampa campus held a career fair for students looking for job opportunities while attending school and for after graduation. Nearly 20...
The West Palm Beach Campus Hosts Mock InterviewsStudents & Alumni
The West Palm Beach Campus Hosts Mock Interviews
West Palm Beach Radiologic Technology students participated in a panel style mock interview.  The students will be completing their program in...
West Palm Beach Holds a Career Expo and Employer Panel DiscussionSpecial Events
West Palm Beach Holds a Career Expo and Employer Panel Discussion
The West Palm Beach hosted a Career Expo followed by an Employer Panel Discussion for the evening students.  The panel consisted of employers from...
Melbourne Students Collaborate Across Degree ProgramsAcademics
Melbourne Students Collaborate Across Degree Programs
Dietetics and Nutrition (DN) students, currently enrolled in Nutrition and Disease 2, spent the day teaching the Nursing students about nutrition and...
West Palm Beach Hosts a Career ExpoSpecial Events
West Palm Beach Hosts a Career Expo
The West Palm Beach campus hosted its second biannual Career Expo of 2017.  Different public and private organizations participated with employment...
Tampa Students Volunteer with Feed Tampa BayCommunity News
Tampa Students Volunteer with Feed Tampa Bay
Tampa’s Medical Assisting students volunteered at Feed Tampa Bay. After hours of hard work, the students, as well as the MA director, Brenda...
Pembroke Pines Raises Money for CFF with CoffeeCommunity News
Pembroke Pines Raises Money for CFF with Coffee
The Pembroke Pines campus kicked off their annual Cystic Fibrosis Foundation fundraising efforts with a coffee sale where staff, faculty, and...
GRADUATE SPOTLIGHT: Courtney Caldwell, Lakeland CSTStudents & Alumni
GRADUATE SPOTLIGHT: Courtney Caldwell, Lakeland CST
The Lakeland campus proudly watched as Courtney Caldwell, a recent graduate of the AS Crime Scene Technology program, was sworn in as a police...
New Port Richey DMS Students Learn New SkillsAcademics
New Port Richey DMS Students Learn New Skills
The new Diagnostic Medical Sonography cohort at the New Port Richey campus spent time in the lab learning how to properly transfer patients from a...
Coach's Corner: Jacksonville SMFT Demonstrates a Barbell Bench PressAcademics
Coach's Corner: Jacksonville SMFT Demonstrates a Barbell Bench Press
Chad Cahoy and Edwin Lopez of the Sports Medicine & Fitness Technology program at the Jacksonville campus demonstrate how to properly perform a...
College of Golf Club Golf Team  Finishes Second in the NCCGA South Florida RegionalSpecial Events
College of Golf Club Golf Team Finishes Second in the NCCGA South Florida Regional
College of Golf (COG) Club Golf team recently finished second in the first tournament of the year, the National Collegiate Club Golf Association...
KU Professor Shares Insight Regarding Economic Impact of HurricanesAcademics
KU Professor Shares Insight Regarding Economic Impact of Hurricanes
Dr. Buzz Barak, a Flagship campus economics professor recently joined ABC reporter Whitney Burbank to share insight relating to the monetary impact...
Tampa Brings Back Penny WarsCommunity News
Tampa Brings Back Penny Wars
Tampa is bringing Penny Wars back for the month of October. One final fundraiser for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation before the end of the year....
College of Chiropractic Medicine Holds White Coat CeremonyAcademics
College of Chiropractic Medicine Holds White Coat Ceremony
West Palm Beach campus College of Chiropractic Medicine recently celebrated the progress of 15 new chiropractic medical students at its fourth White...
Dietetics and Nutrition Students Implement a Mentoring ProgramAcademics
Dietetics and Nutrition Students Implement a Mentoring Program
Dietetics and Nutrition students at the Melbourne campus are implementing a mentoring program with first semester D&N students. Upper level...
Melbourne Center for Culinary Arts Cures and Smokes MeatsAcademics
Melbourne Center for Culinary Arts Cures and Smokes Meats
Culinary Arts students in Garde Manger at the Melbourne campus built terrines and made assorted canapes with items they had cured and smoked. A beef...
FEATURED ARTICLE on Plyometric Training by Dr. Stéfane Dias, PhD - Professor of Exercise Science at KU OrlandoFeatured Articles
FEATURED ARTICLE on Plyometric Training by Dr. Stéfane Dias, PhD - Professor of Exercise Science...
 Plyometric Training By: Dr. Stéfane Dias, Professor of Exercise Science at Keiser University, Orlando   What is Plyometric...
Skylar Helps Tampa Campus with DonationsCommunity News
Skylar Helps Tampa Campus with Donations
Skylar rounded up all of the donations from students, faculty, and staff and is flying them over to the nearest Red Cross to aid those affected by...
Ft. Lauderdale Participates in Autism WalkCommunity News
Ft. Lauderdale Participates in Autism Walk
Fort Lauderdale's Phi Theta Kappa, National Student Nurses Association, and Student Occupational Therapy Association members and faculty participated...
Melbourne's Center for Culinary Arts Makes Hors d'OeurvesAcademics
Melbourne's Center for Culinary Arts Makes Hors d'Oeurves
Students at the Center for Culinary Arts at the Melbourne campus covered pickling and Hors d'Oeurves. Students made pickled shrimp, picallili, smoked...
Lakeland Attends a Food Truck RallyCommunity News
Lakeland Attends a Food Truck Rally
The Lakeland campus headed out to the Rally the Spirit Food Truck Rally in downtown Lakeland. Not only did the campus WIN the quiz show but new...
Tallahassee Hosts a Student Appreciation DayStudents & Alumni
Tallahassee Hosts a Student Appreciation Day
The Tallahassee campus management team welcomed students back to campus with a special Student Appreciation Day following the aftermath of Hurricane...
“Initiative” Pays Off for Newest President’s Award Winner in Fort Myers Students & Alumni
“Initiative” Pays Off for Newest President’s Award Winner in Fort Myers 
David Pykal, a Crime Scene Technology graduate and current Hospitality Management student, is the latest winner of the prestigious Keiser University...
OTA Students in Miami Learn Splinting TechniquesAcademics
OTA Students in Miami Learn Splinting Techniques
The students in the Occupational Therapy Assistant program at the Miami campus learned splinting techniques.  
College of Golf Students Participate in Second Historic Hickory Open Putting ChampionshipSpecial Events
College of Golf Students Participate in Second Historic Hickory Open Putting Championship
Keiser University’s College of Golf (COG) History of Golf class students recently had the unique opportunity to participate in a putting...
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FEATURED ARTICLE: "Developing Business Skills for Organizational Success" by Mike Quaintance, KU...
Developing Business Skills for Organizational Success Most of us would ascribe to the notion that workforce development is essential for a...
Constitution Week at the Tampa CampusSpecial Events
Constitution Week at the Tampa Campus
During Constitution Week at the Tampa campus they celebrated and thanked veterans on campus with a pizza party.     
Pembroke Pines Celebrates Students at Student Appreciation EventStudents & Alumni
Pembroke Pines Celebrates Students at Student Appreciation Event
You could smell the sizzlin’ hot goodness wafting through the air from the hot griddle at the Pembroke Pines campus for Student Appreciation manned...
Jacksonville Holds Student Appreciation Event After Hurricane IrmaStudents & Alumni
Jacksonville Holds Student Appreciation Event After Hurricane Irma
The staff and faculty at the Jacksonville campus served students a Mexican feast as part of  Student  Appreciation Day.  They also took the...
New Port Richey Celebrates Constitution WeekSpecial Events
New Port Richey Celebrates Constitution Week
Students took part in several activities during Constitution Week at the New Port Richey campus.  Representatives from the Pasco County Supervisor...
KU Sarasota Embodies the Spirit that Keeps FL Strong in Irma Aftermath Special Events
KU Sarasota Embodies the Spirit that Keeps FL Strong in Irma Aftermath 
The Keiser University Fort Myers campus would like to send a HUGE thank you to the students, faculty, and staff of the Sarasota campus. Earlier this...
Ft. Myers Campus Stresses Strength and Support at Student Appreciation EventStudents & Alumni
Ft. Myers Campus Stresses Strength and Support at Student Appreciation Event
Fort Myers held a cook out today for Student Appreciation Day. A table was also set up with a broken Keiser sign that was knocked down by Hurricane...
New Port Richey Holds a Luau Themed Student Appreciation EventStudents & Alumni
New Port Richey Holds a Luau Themed Student Appreciation Event
Students were treated to a Hawaiian luau themed Student Appreciation at the New Port Richey campus.  Both day and evening students enjoyed Hawaiian...
Lakeland RT Students Participate in Mock InterviewsStudents & Alumni
Lakeland RT Students Participate in Mock Interviews
Lakeland’s Radiologic Technology students participated in mock interviews, preparing themselves for the post-graduation process of starting their...
Port St. Lucie Shows off Seahawk Spirit at Student Appreciation EventStudents & Alumni
Port St. Lucie Shows off Seahawk Spirit at Student Appreciation Event
Team Port St. Lucie celebrated and appreciated their students recently.  While some of the management team started on the grill, students were given...
Clearwater Students Chronicle Hurricane Irma in Storm JournalsAcademics
Clearwater Students Chronicle Hurricane Irma in Storm Journals
While their peers were hunkering down and losing electricity, Basic English students from the Clearwater campus were busy doing something else:...
Clearwater Supports Students at Student Appreciation EventStudents & Alumni
Clearwater Supports Students at Student Appreciation Event
Students at the Clearwater campus were treated to a large meal and a hearty thank-you as the campus celebrated Student Appreciation Day. Many...
Skylar Helps with Constitution Week at the Orlando CampusSpecial Events
Skylar Helps with Constitution Week at the Orlando Campus
Skylar does some imPRESsions at the Orlando campus. Can you guess the Presidents? (Due to Hurricane Irma some constitution week events at campuses...
Ft. Lauderdale Hosts a Student Appreciation EventStudents & Alumni
Ft. Lauderdale Hosts a Student Appreciation Event
The Fort Lauderdale campus shared the love with Seahawks students at today’s 40th Anniversary Student Appreciation party by hosting a pizza party...
Tampa Holds a Student Appreciation EventStudents & Alumni
Tampa Holds a Student Appreciation Event
Tampa students enjoying ice cream and the Seahawks swag for student appreciation day.
Sarasota Holds a Sweet Student Appreciation EventStudents & Alumni
Sarasota Holds a Sweet Student Appreciation Event
The Sarasota campus held an ice cream social for their student appreciation event today. The students were served ice cream with a smile by staff who...
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FEATURED ARTICLE, "Why I Chose Golf as a Career" By John Callahan
Why I Chose Golf as a Career John Callahan, PGA Professional, Golf Magazine Adjunct Top 100 Teacher, College of Golf Instructor   In 1967...
Daytona Holds Student Appreciation EventStudents & Alumni
Daytona Holds Student Appreciation Event
The Daytona campus showed off their Seahawks pride as they hosted their Student Appreciation event.  Photos, food, and of course... Seahawks...
The Melbourne Campus Celebrates Their StudentsStudents & Alumni
The Melbourne Campus Celebrates Their Students
Today the Melbourne campus hosted a Student Appreciation event, which was very well received by the students.  The students were treated to hotdogs,...
Miami Welcomes Back Students After Hurricane Irma with a Student Appreciation CelebrationStudents & Alumni
Miami Welcomes Back Students After Hurricane Irma with a Student Appreciation Celebration
Keiser University Miami students were welcomed back to campus on Monday with breakfast, snacks, hot coffee, and water.   
Melbourne Nursing Students Work on Team PlanningAcademics
Melbourne Nursing Students Work on Team Planning
Melbourne Nursing students working on team planning, an activity that helps student learn to be part of the medical team.  Therapeutic communication...
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FEATURED ARTICLE: "Golf Balance and the Z-Axis" by Dr. T. J. Tomasi
Golf Balance and the Z-Axis by Dr. T. J. Tomasi,  College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research   To protect you from falling...
Orlando RT Students Play Radiography Trivial PursuitAcademics
Orlando RT Students Play Radiography Trivial Pursuit
Skylar assists Orlando Radiologic Technology (RT) students in a game of Radiography Trivial Pursuit. Categories include patient care, radiographic...
Daytona Campus Participates in Coastal Clean-Up After Hurricane IrmaCommunity News
Daytona Campus Participates in Coastal Clean-Up After Hurricane Irma
A mere 5 days removed from the hurricane, roughly 25 Daytona faculty, staff and students participated in the the coastal clean-up in Daytona...
Graduates from Flagship Campus College of Golf Transition to Careers in the Golf IndustrySpecial Events
Graduates from Flagship Campus College of Golf Transition to Careers in the Golf Industry
The recent College of Golf pinning ceremony for three Associate of Science in Golf Management (ASGM) graduates marked the end of their educational...
Sarasota Shows True Kindness After IrmaCommunity News
Sarasota Shows True Kindness After Irma
The Sarasota campus is collecting unused hurricane supplies for all KU students, faculty and staff still without power.  The campus is...
Tallahassee Celebrates Constitution WeekSpecial Events
Tallahassee Celebrates Constitution Week
The Tallahassee campus celebrated Constitution Week with a Constitution quiz and prizes. Students, faculty, and staff wore red, white, and blue...
Pembroke Pines Celebrates Constitution WeekSpecial Events
Pembroke Pines Celebrates Constitution Week
Even though many in Pembroke Pines are without electricity due to Hurricane Irma, the electricity in the air at the constitution assembly on campus...
Featured Articles
"The Science of Stretching" by Dr. Stefane Dias, Professor of Exercise Science at KU Orlando
The ability of joints in the human body to move throughout a full range of motion is important in many sports. Loss, or lack of flexibility, can...
Sarasota PTA Student Gets Creative After IrmaStudents & Alumni
Sarasota PTA Student Gets Creative After Irma
Physical Therapist Assistant student, Tamara Demeritt, came back to school after Irma with her creative side in hand.  Tamara made a collage for her...
Ft. Lauderdale SGA Holds a Faculty Appreciation DaySpecial Events
Ft. Lauderdale SGA Holds a Faculty Appreciation Day
The Student Government Association (SGA) at the Fort Lauderdale campus hosted a Faculty Appreciation Day. The faculty were selected by way of student...
Pembroke Pines Holds a Pinning Ceremony for OTA StudentsSpecial Events
Pembroke Pines Holds a Pinning Ceremony for OTA Students
Pembroke Pines Occupational Therapy Assistant faculty held a beautiful pinning ceremony for their students. Family and friends were present to...
Jacksonville Holds a Spirit WeekSpecial Events
Jacksonville Holds a Spirit Week
The Jacksonville campus held a "School Spirit Week" that kicked off with a student appreciation lunch catered by Jason's Deli.  
UPDATE on Campus OpeningsFeatured Articles
UPDATE on Campus Openings
**Update as of 11:00a.m. EDT on Thursday, September 14, 2017** Keiser University's New Port Richey campus will reopen for regularly scheduled...
Student Appreciation Event Held at Pembroke Pines CampusSpecial Events
Student Appreciation Event Held at Pembroke Pines Campus
Pembroke Pines campus hosted a 40th Anniversary Student Appreciation event complete with yummy donations from Costco while the Hispanic Unity of...
Radiation Therapy Students Learn Therapeutic TechniquesAcademics
Radiation Therapy Students Learn Therapeutic Techniques
Radiation Therapy students participated in a mask-making lab on Thursday, using thermoplastic material and a hot water bath to simulate real-world...
KU Campus Openings UPDATE | September 13, 2017 | 5:30PM EDTFeatured Articles
KU Campus Openings UPDATE | September 13, 2017 | 5:30PM EDT
UPDATE | September 13, 2017 | 5:30PM EDT All campuses of Keiser University have reopened for regularly scheduled classes and campus operations for...
Tampa Students Back to School After IrmaStudents & Alumni
Tampa Students Back to School After Irma
The Tampa campus opened its doors post-Irma for faculty, students, and staff.  Attendance was high and students who were able to make it in were...
Jacksonville's Children's Book Drive is UnderwayCommunity News
Jacksonville's Children's Book Drive is Underway
The 4th Annual Keiser University Jacksonville Campus Children’s Book Drive is underway!  From September 1st – 30th, 2017 the campus will be...
Jacksonville's PTA Program Receives RecognitionAcademics
Jacksonville's PTA Program Receives Recognition
The American Physical Therapy Association recognized Keiser University and the Physical Therapist Assistant program in Jacksonville for having 100%...
Tampa Forensic Investigations Welcomes Guest SpeakerAcademics
Tampa Forensic Investigations Welcomes Guest Speaker
Tampa Forensic Investigations students welcome a graduate from the program, Austin Sievers, who is now a Pasco County Forensic Investigator. He came...
Where is Skylar?Community News
Where is Skylar?
Today he is welcoming everyone back to the Pembroke Pines campus.  Faculty and staff enjoyed a continental breakfast while post hurricane supplies...
OTA and PTA Students Work Together in MelbourneAcademics
OTA and PTA Students Work Together in Melbourne
Occupational Therapy Assistant and Physical Therapist Assistant programs participated in an interprofessional learning activity. Cultivating...
New Port Richey Campus Hosts the Pasco County Sheriff's OfficeCommunity News
New Port Richey Campus Hosts the Pasco County Sheriff's Office
The New Port Richey campus hosted members of the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office over several days as they took their promotion assessments.  The...
2nd Annual K-Ulympics: Bigger, Badder, BolderAcademics
2nd Annual K-Ulympics: Bigger, Badder, Bolder
If you follow Keiser University’s social media outlets, you may have noticed some buzz about an event that took place at the Jacksonville campus:...
Miami Campus Holds Pinning Ceremony for PTA StudentsSpecial Events
Miami Campus Holds Pinning Ceremony for PTA Students
The Miami campus celebrated a pinning ceremony for the Associate of Science in Physical Therapist Assistant Cohort 2. The students swapped their...
New Port Richey Held a Fundraiser for CFFCommunity News
New Port Richey Held a Fundraiser for CFF
The New Port Richey campus had Sugardarlings Cones & Cupcakes on campus to host a fundraiser for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.  Sugardarlings...
Dr. Christopher Stabile Visits the Pembroke Pines CampusFeatured Articles
Dr. Christopher Stabile Visits the Pembroke Pines Campus
Dr. Stabile visited the Pembroke Pines campus to share test taking skills with students, who were very appreciative of his visit. He shared tips on...
Ft. Lauderdale Participates in the Sky Zone S.O.S. Kid's PartyCommunity News
Ft. Lauderdale Participates in the Sky Zone S.O.S. Kid's Party
Members of the Student Physical Therapy Association and faculty from the Fort Lauderdale campus participated in the Health Rehab/Sky Zone S.O.S...
UPDATED Campus Closings Due to Hurricane IrmaFeatured Articles
UPDATED Campus Closings Due to Hurricane Irma
UPDATE – September 12, 2PM EDT The Office of the Chancellor and the following campuses of Keiser University will reopen for regularly scheduled...
UPDATED Campus Closings Due to Hurricane IrmaFeatured Articles
UPDATED Campus Closings Due to Hurricane Irma
Due to Hurricane Irma the following Keiser University campuses will be closed on Friday, September 8 – Monday, September 11, 2017...
Tampa Donates Water to Those in Need in Advance of Hurricane IrmaCommunity News
Tampa Donates Water to Those in Need in Advance of Hurricane Irma
Skylar flew up to Tampa to help deliver personalized water bottles to the South Tampa Chamber of Commerce to be donated to the homeless community to...
Flagship Campus Held Food Drive to Assist Texans Impacted by Hurricane HarveyCommunity News
Flagship Campus Held Food Drive to Assist Texans Impacted by Hurricane Harvey
The Flagship Campus’ Student Government Association recently spearheaded a collection for Hurricane Harvey survivors, in support of fellow student...
UPDATE on Campus Closings Due to Hurricane IrmaFeatured Articles
UPDATE on Campus Closings Due to Hurricane Irma
Due to Hurricane Irma the following Keiser University campuses will be closed on these specific days: Thursday, September 7, 2017 – Keiser...
Hurricane Irma Campus ClosingsFeatured Articles
Hurricane Irma Campus Closings
Due to Hurricane Irma the following Keiser University campuses will be closed on these specific days:   Thursday, September 7, 2017...
SPTA Sweet and Salty Social for the SOTACommunity News
SPTA Sweet and Salty Social for the SOTA
The Student Physical Therapy Association (SPTA) held a Sweet and Salty Social for the Student Occupational Therapy Association (SOTA).  The event...
Miami Psychology Students Donate School SuppliesCommunity News
Miami Psychology Students Donate School Supplies
Students in the Miami Psychology Club collected school supplies for children in need. Before donating them to a local school, they took the time to...
PTA Students at Ft. Lauderdale Campus Hold a Back-to-School Supply DriveCommunity News
PTA Students at Ft. Lauderdale Campus Hold a Back-to-School Supply Drive
Members of the Student Physical Therapy Association (SPTA) at the Fort Lauderdale campus organized a back to school supply drive for children of the...
FEATURED ARTICLE: September is National Whole Grains MonthFeatured Articles
FEATURED ARTICLE: September is National Whole Grains Month
Whole grains come in many forms, such as bread, cereal, rice, and pasta. Carbs often get a bad rap, but they’re our brain’s preferred source of...
Lakeland Holds Pinning CeremoniesSpecial Events
Lakeland Holds Pinning Ceremonies
Lakeland celebrated with many happy students, as they participated in their pinning ceremonies.  The Radiologic Technologists and Physical Therapist...
RT Students from Miami Campus Attend Their Pinning CeremonySpecial Events
RT Students from Miami Campus Attend Their Pinning Ceremony
Miami celebrated another pinning ceremony honoring the Radiologic Technology graduates from cohort 39. The grads celebrated with their loved ones...
Melbourne's OTA Program Awarded ACOTE AccreditationAcademics
Melbourne's OTA Program Awarded ACOTE Accreditation
The Associate of Science in Occupational Therapy Assistant program at the Melbourne campus received official notice of their ACOTE Accreditation,...
Miami Students Attend Meeting on Shingles and Adult ImmunizationAcademics
Miami Students Attend Meeting on Shingles and Adult Immunization
Students from the Miami  campus attended a complimentary dinner meeting at the Miami Biscayne Bay Marriott. The focus of the meeting was on shingles...
West Palm Beach Hosts a Pinning Ceremony for RT StudentsSpecial Events
West Palm Beach Hosts a Pinning Ceremony for RT Students
Administrators, faculty and staff of the West Palm Beach campus honored the Radiologic Technology graduating class of August 2017 with a pining...
Keiser University Mourns the Loss of College Basketball Legend Coach Rollie Massimino
Keiser University Mourns the Loss of College Basketball Legend Coach Rollie Massimino
Expressing heartfelt sadness on behalf of the entire Keiser University community, Chancellor, Dr. Arthur Keiser shared the...
Radiation Therapy Students Work on Patient Care SkillsAcademics
Radiation Therapy Students Work on Patient Care Skills
Students in Radiation Therapy focused on their patient care skills by trying their hands at vital signs.     
Miami Nursing Students Attending Pinning CeremonySpecial Events
Miami Nursing Students Attending Pinning Ceremony
Miami held a pinning ceremony for their Associate of Science in Nursing program’s cohort 24. There were 13 honored in the presence of their...
The Sarasota Campus Donates School Supplies to Visible Men AcademyCommunity News
The Sarasota Campus Donates School Supplies to Visible Men Academy
Sarasota held a back-to-school drive donating school supplies to Sarasota’s Visible Men Academy (VMA). The purpose of VMA is to provide boys with...
OTA Students in Jacksonville Attend Pinning CeremonySpecial Events
OTA Students in Jacksonville Attend Pinning Ceremony
The Occupational Therapy Assisting program held a pinning ceremony for four students this month. Joined by their faculty, administration, and...
Lakeland Tips Their Hat to School SpiritStudents & Alumni
Lakeland Tips Their Hat to School Spirit
Lakeland took their monthly Spirit Day to the next level with “Hawk”ward Hat Day. The campus partnered with Commuter Services to promote safety...
Jacksonville Holds a PTK Induction CeremonySpecial Events
Jacksonville Holds a PTK Induction Ceremony
Jacksonville's Phi Theta Kappa’s Beta Omicron Iota Chapter inducted twelve new members recently in an on-campus ceremony.    
Pembroke Pines OTA Students are Academics
Pembroke Pines OTA Students are "Goal Diggers"
Occupational Therapy Assistant students from Pembroke Pines celebrated their final day on campus with a party where they donned originally designed...
Greetings from the OTA Students at the Pembroke Pines Campus!Students & Alumni
Greetings from the OTA Students at the Pembroke Pines Campus!
The Occupational Therapy Assistant program at the Pembroke Pines campus wishes everyone a great fall semester!!!  
Tallahassee Holds Pinning Ceremony for RT StudentsSpecial Events
Tallahassee Holds Pinning Ceremony for RT Students
Cohort 39 of the Radiologic Technology program at our Tallahassee campus celebrated today amongst friends and family their pinning ceremony. The...
Orlando Biomedical Sciences Students Make PresentationsAcademics
Orlando Biomedical Sciences Students Make Presentations
Orlando Biomedical Sciences students in the Biology of Cancer course, instructed by Dr. Segal, presented their class project of poster...
Jacksonville PTA Students Attend Pinning CeremonySpecial Events
Jacksonville PTA Students Attend Pinning Ceremony
The Physical Therapist Assistant program held their pinning ceremony to honor 11 pending graduates. Alumni of the PTA program came back to support...
Flagship Holds a Successful Orientation WeekendStudents & Alumni
Flagship Holds a Successful Orientation Weekend
Flagship Campus students gathered for a 2017 orientation photo. Students from all around the world participated in the annual PlayFair event. The...
Pembroke Pines Raises Money for American Diabetes AssociationCommunity News
Pembroke Pines Raises Money for American Diabetes Association
Pembroke Pines campus partnered with Tijuana Flats for a “Spirit Night” meal where 20% of each meal purchased was given to KU to donate to the...
Miami Campus Announces Psi Chi Chapter at CampusAcademics
Miami Campus Announces Psi Chi Chapter at Campus
The Miami campus of Keiser University is proud to announce the addition of a chapter of Psi Chi, the international honor society in psychology. The...
Miami RT Students Participate in Mock InterviewsAcademics
Miami RT Students Participate in Mock Interviews
The senior students in cohort 39 of the radiologic technology program at the Miami campus donned their sharpest suits and sought the assistance from...
Orlando Histotechnology Students Make Final PresentationsAcademics
Orlando Histotechnology Students Make Final Presentations
The Histotechnology students at the Orlando campus delivered their final presentations covering a variety of topics as they complete their core...
Fast & Easy Back-to-School Dinner, Compliments of Chef McGuinnessCulinary
Fast & Easy Back-to-School Dinner, Compliments of Chef McGuinness
Do not let the back-to-school season wear you down and make you dread dinnertime. If you are looking for a fast dish to make that will be a hit, try...
Chef McGuinness Shares a Recipe for National Waffle DayCulinary
Chef McGuinness Shares a Recipe for National Waffle Day
Rum Scented Waffles with Lemon Curd and Coconut Gelato   Yields 10 eight inch waffles   2 large eggs 1 ¾ cups milk ½...
GRADUATE SPOTLIGHT: Vincent D'Abbene, Software Engineering Graduate from KU MelbourneStudents & Alumni
GRADUATE SPOTLIGHT: Vincent D'Abbene, Software Engineering Graduate from KU Melbourne
Vincent D’Abbene recently graduated as the valedictorian from the Melbourne campus of Keiser University with his Bachelor of Science degree in...
OTA Triumphant in First Annual Spelling Bee at Fort Myers CampusAcademics
OTA Triumphant in First Annual Spelling Bee at Fort Myers Campus
In front of their program peers, nine current students from health care programs, as well as Sports Medicine & Fitness Technology, battled it out...
#ThankfulThursday in SarasotaStudents & Alumni
#ThankfulThursday in Sarasota
Lara Manning, a 2008 Sarasota Associate of Science in Nursing graduate and now a Master of Science in Nursing graduate was so happy picking up her...
College of Golf Students Earn Impact Zone Player CertificationStudents & Alumni
College of Golf Students Earn Impact Zone Player Certification
Keiser University’s College of Golf (COG) congratulates students Steven Lopez and Ian Wrightson who have recently achieved Impact Zone Golf Player...
Sarasota Held a Two-Day Career Fair with Over 100 EmployersSpecial Events
Sarasota Held a Two-Day Career Fair with Over 100 Employers
Sarasota held their 7th Annual Career Fair with this year's event being split into two successful days. A total of 100 employers were on campus with...
Skylar Assists...Causes?...Fire Extinguisher Training at Fort Myers Special Events
Skylar Assists...Causes?...Fire Extinguisher Training at Fort Myers 
The Fort Myers Fire Department recently came to aid the campus Crisis Response Team fire extinguisher training. At first, there was no fire to be...
Melbourne's Center for Culinary Arts Gears Up for Open HouseAcademics
Melbourne's Center for Culinary Arts Gears Up for Open House
Culinary Arts faculty will be available to meet with guests and share tips on grilling, pickling, summer sweets, and outdoor entertaining. Guests...
The Orlando Campus Hosts FASETSpecial Events
The Orlando Campus Hosts FASET
Florida Association of Student Education Tours (FASET) brought stakeholders together for a meeting at the Orlando campus to discuss K-12 testing...
The Graduate School Holds a Pinning CeremonyAcademics
The Graduate School Holds a Pinning Ceremony
The first cohort of the Master of Science in Occupational Therapy had their pinning ceremony recently. President Rhonda Fuller was in attendance to...
The OOC Collects School Supplies for Needy ChildrenCommunity News
The OOC Collects School Supplies for Needy Children
The Office of the Chancellor, along with HR Department, was happy to collect over 50 backpacks and many school supplies for local needy children of...
Where is Skylar?Students & Alumni
Where is Skylar?
Skylar and Tampa students are dedicated to succeeding this semester by getting tutoring sessions in when needed!
The Eclipse Captivates KU CampusesSpecial Events
The Eclipse Captivates KU Campuses
Pembroke Pines faculty, staff, and students gathered to view the eclipse. = = = = = = Tampa’s Radiologic Technology students are...
Sarasota Culinary Students Prepare French Lunch ServiceAcademics
Sarasota Culinary Students Prepare French Lunch Service
At the Sarasota Center for Culinary Arts it has been a real collaboration between all culinary arts and baking & pastry arts classes to produce...
VETERANS CORNER: Tampa Student Veterans of America Accepts DonationStudents & Alumni
VETERANS CORNER: Tampa Student Veterans of America Accepts Donation
Tampa student and veteran, Lawne Snyder and Student Veterans of America advisor, Victor Villeda pose proudly with a donated wooden American flag...
K-Ulympics Winner at Jacksonville CampusStudents & Alumni
K-Ulympics Winner at Jacksonville Campus
Members of the Physical Therapist Assistant team are proud to have participated in the 2nd annual  K-Ulympics and to have taken first place. The...
Where is Skylar?Students & Alumni
Where is Skylar?
Calling Dr. Skylar! One of our Nursing students shows Skylar the ropes on blood draws in the SIM lab.
STUDENT SPOTLIGHT FOR NATIONAL AVIATION DAYStudents & Alumni
STUDENT SPOTLIGHT FOR NATIONAL AVIATION DAY
Ismar Hernandez is a nursing student at Keiser University’s Miami campus who also enjoys flying planes. So, on National Aviation Day we wanted to...
Dietetic & Nutrition Students Hold FundraiserCommunity News
Dietetic & Nutrition Students Hold Fundraiser
The Student Dietetic Association at Pembroke Pines held a healthy bake/snack fundraiser to support the American Diabetes Association.  The items for...
Where is Skylar?Students & Alumni
Where is Skylar?
Skylar flew into Simon Medical in downtown Orlando to visit with some radiologic technology graduates. Vanessa Hernandez R.T. (R)(M) Class of 2005,...
GRADUATE SPOTLIGHT: Nancy Safi, West Palm Beach MBA GraduateStudents & Alumni
GRADUATE SPOTLIGHT: Nancy Safi, West Palm Beach MBA Graduate
"I grew up in the Middle East, and graduated with a bachelor's degree in finance and banking.  After graduating, I moved to the United States and...
Miami Students Participate in Orientation WorkshopAcademics
Miami Students Participate in Orientation Workshop
Students starting in the core courses for Radiologic Technology, Occupational Therapy Assistant and Physical Therapist Assistant at the Miami campus...
Tampa OTA Students Visit Mobility SolutionsAcademics
Tampa OTA Students Visit Mobility Solutions
Skylar and Mr. Horvath’s Occupational Therapy Assistant class “flew the coop” today to visit Mobility Solutions to learn how to best fit their...
Miami OTA Students Hold a CarFit EventSpecial Events
Miami OTA Students Hold a CarFit Event
The students in the Occupational Therapy Assistant program at the Miami campus held a CarFit drive-thru  at the campus in the parking garage. The...
Lakeland Holds Special Orientation for Incoming High School GraduatesSpecial Events
Lakeland Holds Special Orientation for Incoming High School Graduates
Lakeland threw open their doors and treated their incoming classes of high school graduates…and their families…to a special orientation. These...
STUDENT SPOTLIGHT: Robb Kalert, KU West Palm BeachStudents & Alumni
STUDENT SPOTLIGHT: Robb Kalert, KU West Palm Beach
"I spent 7 ½ years in the United States Air Force and when I separated, I wasn’t sure what path I wanted to take but I knew it started with...
The Tampa Campus Hosts Chiefs of Police Association for Annual MeetingCommunity News
The Tampa Campus Hosts Chiefs of Police Association for Annual Meeting
The Tampa campus hosted the Tampa Bay Area Chiefs of Police Association’s annual meeting, bringing together approximately 200 chiefs and command...
Keiser University Fort Myers Serves as Host Site for Women In BusinessCommunity News
Keiser University Fort Myers Serves as Host Site for Women In Business
“Women-in-Business,” a southwest Florida non-exclusive organization focused on promoting networking and career opportunities, recently used the...
Medical Assisting Students Sell Shirts for CharityStudents & Alumni
Medical Assisting Students Sell Shirts for Charity
Skylar broke out the arts and crafts with the Medical Assisting students to create t-shirts that display the digestive system. These shirts will be...
Port St. Lucie Hosts Career & Technical Education InstructorsCommunity News
Port St. Lucie Hosts Career & Technical Education Instructors
The Port St. Lucie campus hosted St. Lucie County educators for their back to school professional development.  Over 80 CTE (Career and Technical...
Where is Skylar?Academics
Where is Skylar?
Skylar tried his wing in CrossFit during a Fort Myers campus site visit. CrossFit Cape Coral hosted current Sports Medicine and Fitness Technology...
The Sarasota Campus is Hosting a Two-Day Career FairSpecial Events
The Sarasota Campus is Hosting a Two-Day Career Fair
The 7th Annual Keiser University Sarasota career fair is proud to have had 50 employers on campus today to meet with students and alumni.  Because...
Culinary Students Visit Orchard Pond OrganicsAcademics
Culinary Students Visit Orchard Pond Organics
Tallahassee Center for Culinary Arts Nutrition and Sensory Analysis class visited Orchard Pond Organics.  Orchard Pond is a local farm specializing...
Nursing Students in Port St. Lucie Held a Health FairAcademics
Nursing Students in Port St. Lucie Held a Health Fair
The Port St. Lucie Pediatric Nursing students organized and planned a health fair focusing on child safety for their final project of the semester....
West Palm Beach Campus Collects Books for the National Student Nursing AssociationCommunity News
West Palm Beach Campus Collects Books for the National Student Nursing Association
The West Palm Beach campus nursing faculty members Arnel Lorinos, Rosemarie Graczkowski, and Brian Bizzarro recently initiated a book drive to...
Delicious Final Exams from SarasotaAcademics
Delicious Final Exams from Sarasota
Sarasota’s Baking program students have finished their final exams for Wedding Cakes class.
Daytona Beach Campus Holds a Portico PartySpecial Events
Daytona Beach Campus Holds a Portico Party
The Daytona Beach Campus held its first “Portico Party” to kick off the new term. Students, faculty, and staff enjoyed plenty of food, fun,...
Pembroke Pines Students Volunteer at Charity WalkCommunity News
Pembroke Pines Students Volunteer at Charity Walk
Several  Dietetic & Nutrition students recently attended the WIC Breastfeeding Awareness Walk as volunteers.
Miami Students Participate in Mock InterviewsStudents & Alumni
Miami Students Participate in Mock Interviews
The senior students in cohort 39 of the Radiologic Technology program at the Miami campus donned their sharpest suits and sought the assistance from...
Skylar Joins Fort Myers Crime Scene Investigation Efforts Academics
Skylar Joins Fort Myers Crime Scene Investigation Efforts 
A complex crime scene in the Forensic Investigations classroom resulted in students enlisting the services of Skylar to help ascertain what exactly...
Medical Assisting Students Volunteer with Feeding Tampa BayCommunity News
Medical Assisting Students Volunteer with Feeding Tampa Bay
Tampa Medical Assisting students volunteered with Feeding Tampa Bay and the volunteers prepared over 3,000 meals. In Tampa Bay, more than 700,000...
FEATURED ARTICLE: by Dr. TJ Tomasi, College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of ResearchFeatured Articles
FEATURED ARTICLE: by Dr. TJ Tomasi, College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research
The One Thing All the Greats Do by Dr. TJ Tomasi, College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research   What do all these great players –...
Forensic Friday, Jacksonville EditionAcademics
Forensic Friday, Jacksonville Edition
Forensic Investigations students take part in presumptive drug testing.  The “NIK” kits produce a colorimetric reaction when a small drug sample...
STUDENT SPOTLIGHT: Eizaleth Vega, Tampa SMFT StudentStudents & Alumni
STUDENT SPOTLIGHT: Eizaleth Vega, Tampa SMFT Student
Keiser University is proud to shine a spotlight on an exceptional student from the Tampa campus, Eizaleth Vega, a Sports Medicine and Fitness...
Math Professor Speaks About Powerball Winning ChancesFeatured Articles
Math Professor Speaks About Powerball Winning Chances
Scott Carter, a  Flagship campus Mathematics and Statistics professor who’s fondly known around campus as a numbers whiz recently weighed in...
Miami Student Receives UPS Scholarship AwardStudents & Alumni
Miami Student Receives UPS Scholarship Award
The UPS Scholarship Award was recently awarded to Sheila Martinez, a student at Keiser University’s Miami campus who is earning her Bachelor of...
Keiser University Graduate Named 2017 Law Enforcement Officer of the YearStudents & Alumni
Keiser University Graduate Named 2017 Law Enforcement Officer of the Year
Keiser University graduate, Justin Ferrari, who earned his Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice was recently honored by the Florida Sheriff’s...
Clearwater SGA Donates School SuppliesCommunity News
Clearwater SGA Donates School Supplies
For the past month, the Student Government Association at the Clearwater campus has been collecting school supplies for Dunedin Elementary School. ...
KU Attends Duval County Athletic Directors Annual Conference as Special GuestsSpecial Events
KU Attends Duval County Athletic Directors Annual Conference as Special Guests
Keiser University’s football coach, Doug Socha, and athletic director, Kris Swogger, attended the Duval County Athletic Directors Annual Conference...
The FL Department of Health Visits the Ft. Lauderdale CampusAcademics
The FL Department of Health Visits the Ft. Lauderdale Campus
The Fort Lauderdale campus welcomed the Department of Health’s Ms. Yvette Gonzales, MPH, CCHW, Perinatal Prevention Director and Mr. Rafael M....
College of Golf Hosts Merritt Island High School Boy’s Golf TeamAcademics
College of Golf Hosts Merritt Island High School Boy’s Golf Team
Keiser University’s College of Golf recently hosted the Merritt Island High School Boy’s golf team for a training session in preparation for the...
Jacksonville Students Represented KU at Beaches Health JamCommunity News
Jacksonville Students Represented KU at Beaches Health Jam
Jacksonville’s Physical Therapist Assistant and Medical Assisting programs represented Keiser University at the health-focused Beaches Health Jam...
Today is National Happiness Happens Day!Students & Alumni
Today is National Happiness Happens Day!
In honor of National Happiness Happens Day, the students in the Psychology program at the Miami campus had an activity for all students to take part...
Ft. Lauderdale Students Learn from a Distinguished ToastmasterSpecial Events
Ft. Lauderdale Students Learn from a Distinguished Toastmaster
Students at the Fort Lauderdale campus were able to learn soft skills and intervening skills during the Leadership Distinction Program from a...
Civility Wins Out for Latest Fort Myers President’s Award Students & Alumni
Civility Wins Out for Latest Fort Myers President’s Award 
  The most recent President’s Award given out at the Ft. Myers campus was presented to a student who has been universally praised by...
FEATURED ARTICLE: Dr. Jelaine James PT, DPT Attends World Confederation for Physical Therapy Congress 2017Featured Articles
FEATURED ARTICLE: Dr. Jelaine James PT, DPT Attends World Confederation for Physical Therapy...
"The experience of attending my first WCPT Congress was extremely enlightening.  I was introduced to various research studies across all aspects of...
Where is Skylar?Students & Alumni
Where is Skylar?
Orlando Radiologic Technology students help out their feathered friend! Skylar was feeling a bit under the weather so Orlando RT students...
Tampa Helps to Sponsor New Teacher Breakfast Hosted by ChamberCommunity News
Tampa Helps to Sponsor New Teacher Breakfast Hosted by Chamber
Today the South Tampa Chamber of Commerce hosted the annual New Teacher Breakfast to welcome the new teachers in Hillsborough county from elementary...
Fort Myers Student Government Association Gives Back to StudentsCommunity News
Fort Myers Student Government Association Gives Back to Students
Throughout the past year, the Student Government Association in Fort Myers has been raising money through various events in order to fund a very...
PTA Students in Jacksonville Work on Rehab SkillsAcademics
PTA Students in Jacksonville Work on Rehab Skills
Physical Therapist Assistant students at the Jacksonville campus performed various motor-learning tasks during their rehabilitation course.  
Tampa Sends Women's Cross Country Team a Care PackageStudents & Alumni
Tampa Sends Women's Cross Country Team a Care Package
The Student Services team at the Tampa campus sent Women’s Cross Country a care package to start-up their season! Their first meet, the FAU...
Where is Skylar?Students & Alumni
Where is Skylar?
While visiting the bookstore in Miami this morning, Skylar was discovered sleeping on the job. Seems as though he found a comfy spot amongst all of...
Melbourne's Admissions Team is Out in the CommunityCommunity News
Melbourne's Admissions Team is Out in the Community
The Melbourne campus participated in the Career Source Brevard’s Healthcare Career Exploration Workshop. The event provided an opportunity for job...
Port St. Lucie Makes a Donation to the KC8 FoundationCommunity News
Port St. Lucie Makes a Donation to the KC8 Foundation
The Port St. Lucie campus donated $240 to the KC8 foundation.  The KC8 foundation, also known as Kyle Conrad Foundation, awards scholarships to...
Where is Skylar?Students & Alumni
Where is Skylar?
Students are always welcome in the Student Services Department to satisfy their sweet tooth. However, they may have to challenge Skylar who...
Chiropractic Faculty Gets Creative with NeurologyAcademics
Chiropractic Faculty Gets Creative with Neurology
Dr. Lauren Purpura, KU College of Chiropractic Medicine faculty, teaches the students neurological pathways with Laffy Taffy.  
Where is Skylar on National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day?Students & Alumni
Where is Skylar on National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day?
Orlando's Occupational Therapy Assistant students are enjoying National #ChocolateChipCookieDay! But somebody overindulged…
Pembroke Pines Raises Money for American Diabetes AssociationCommunity News
Pembroke Pines Raises Money for American Diabetes Association
Faculty and staff at Pembroke Pines dressed down for diabetes and came together to celebrate the kick-off of the 2017 Diabetes Step-Out fundraiser...
Where is Skylar?Students & Alumni
Where is Skylar?
Being the rescuer and jack of all trades that he is, Skylar supervised the towing of a student's vehicle out of a muddy field near the parking lot....
Melbourne Campus Attends Chamber ExpoSpecial Events
Melbourne Campus Attends Chamber Expo
The Melbourne campus participated in the Chamber Non-Profit Council’s "Building Bridges" Expo at the American Muscle Car Museum in Melbourne.  The...
Where is Skylar on National Watermelon Day?Students & Alumni
Where is Skylar on National Watermelon Day?
Brian Binkley, Sports Medicine and Fitness Technology instructor at the Orlando campus, and Skylar fight over a piece of watermelon to celebrate...
National Ice Cream Sandwich Day Celebrated in Pembroke PinesSpecial Events
National Ice Cream Sandwich Day Celebrated in Pembroke Pines
Cecil Kidd, Pembroke Pines Campus President, handed out ice cream sandwiches to staff and faculty members in observance of National Ice Cream...
Miami OTA Students Showcases Aging in Place ProjectsAcademics
Miami OTA Students Showcases Aging in Place Projects
Students in Occupational Therapy Assistant Cohort 28 were assigned to identify an elderly patient in the community and interview them to determine...
Jacksonville SMFT Students Experiment with Energy DrinksAcademics
Jacksonville SMFT Students Experiment with Energy Drinks
Jacksonville Bachelors of Science in Sports Medicine and Fitness Technology students are taking the principles of research out of the classroom and...
FEATURED ARTICLE by Michael Quaintance, Ft. Myers Business Department ChairFeatured Articles
FEATURED ARTICLE by Michael Quaintance, Ft. Myers Business Department Chair
Improving Organizational Effectiveness Mike “Q” Quaintance, MBA, CCE Keiser University-Fort Myers, Business Department Chair Society often...
Where is Skylar?Students & Alumni
Where is Skylar?
Skylar was spotted at the Jacksonville campus in the Sports Medicine & Fitness Technology lab foam rolling some tight muscles to increase his...
There is No Such Thing as Too Much ChocolateAcademics
There is No Such Thing as Too Much Chocolate
Sarasota's Pastry students in the Chocolates and Centerpiece class has been creating chocolate boxes, truffles, candies and chocolate sculptures. The...
Ft. Lauderdale Welcomes the President & Founder of HELM SystemsAcademics
Ft. Lauderdale Welcomes the President & Founder of HELM Systems
Mr. Myron Mortakis, President and Founder of HELM Systems, LLC., an interactive software & entertainment development studio, visited the Fort...
FDLE Visits the Jacksonville Campus Forensic StudentsAcademics
FDLE Visits the Jacksonville Campus Forensic Students
Bachelor of Science in Forensic Investigation Jacksonville students flank Allen Miller, Forensic Source manager and retired Florida Department of Law...
Melbourne DMS Students Learn About Fetal LieAcademics
Melbourne DMS Students Learn About Fetal Lie
Cohort 30 of the Melbourne campus’ Diagnositc Medical Sonography program is currently studying obstetrics and learning about fetal lie. In order to...
Fort Myers Writing Studio Recognized by Master’s Degree Student “Regular” Students & Alumni
Fort Myers Writing Studio Recognized by Master’s Degree Student “Regular” 
Lisa Acoraci is a student of the Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) program and frequent visitor to the Ft. Myers Writing Studio. She always chooses...
Jacksonville Forensic Students Welcome a Guest SpeakerAcademics
Jacksonville Forensic Students Welcome a Guest Speaker
Jacksonville's Bachelor of Science in Forensic Investigation program enjoyed a visit from the State Fire Marshall's office. Danny Yeager, Law...
Where's Skylar?Students & Alumni
Where's Skylar?
Over the weekend, Skylar went out on an adventure, deep into the back country of Everglades National Park, in the Florida Keys. He wasn't foraging...
Melbourne Culinary Arts Students are Presented with a ChallengeAcademics
Melbourne Culinary Arts Students are Presented with a Challenge
Phil McMahon, of Rhineland Cutlery, visited Melbourne's Center for Culinary Arts last week to introduce their newest product- the Easy Slice knife....
Tampa Celebrates Christmas in JulyCommunity News
Tampa Celebrates Christmas in July
Christmas in July is in full swing at the Tampa campus. Throughout the month of July, the Radiologic Ttechnology department has been collecting new...
OTA Students Learn from Co-Founder Evelyn KeiserAcademics
OTA Students Learn from Co-Founder Evelyn Keiser
Mrs. Evelyn Keiser was the guest speaker for one of the Occupation Therapy Assistant classes. The topic of discussion was how Keiser University was...
Pembroke Pines Receives Donations from Advisory Board MemberCommunity News
Pembroke Pines Receives Donations from Advisory Board Member
Pembroke Pines campus Advisory Board member MotionBorg donated vinyl sign and t-shirt making equipment for the Graphic Arts and Design Program. ...
Meeting of the Minds in JacksonvilleAcademics
Meeting of the Minds in Jacksonville
During their Research Methods in Health and Human Performance course, Jacksonville Sports Medicine and Fitness Technology students were pleased to...
Skylar Utilizes OTA Students After “Skylar Swag” Video Injuries in Fort MyersStudents & Alumni
Skylar Utilizes OTA Students After “Skylar Swag” Video Injuries in Fort Myers
As some of you may remember, Skylar suffered various unfortunate injuries from a soccer ball to the head while filming the “Skylar Swag” video in...
Skylar: The Most Interesting Seahawk in the WorldStudents & Alumni
Skylar: The Most Interesting Seahawk in the World
Skylar doesn’t always leave the Fort Myers campus by sea. But when he does, he prefers a great white shark.  
Miami Medical Assisting Students Practice PhlebotomyAcademics
Miami Medical Assisting Students Practice Phlebotomy
Skylar visited the Medical Assisting class at the Miami campus, where the students were practicing phlebotomy techniques on student volunteers. The...
Program Collaboration at the Orlando Campus Academics
Program Collaboration at the Orlando Campus 
Orlando Medical Assisting students were teaching Radiologic Technology students basic principles of phlebotomy.  These skills and techniques will...
Lakeland Shows Their Seahawk SpiritStudents & Alumni
Lakeland Shows Their Seahawk Spirit
Lakeland Seahawks showed off their school pride with a slightly different approach to spirit day…Twin Thursday. Students, faculty, and staff were...
The Yes Institute Visited the Miami CampusAcademics
The Yes Institute Visited the Miami Campus
The Psychology Club at the Miami campus invited the Yes Institute to speak to students for National Minority Mental Health Month.  The Yes...
Sarasota is Cooking this Culinary Arts MonthAcademics
Sarasota is Cooking this Culinary Arts Month
For National Culinary Arts Month, Sarasota's Center for Culinary Arts has been producing some amazing food such as cakes, macadamia nut crusted...
Chemistry Students Perform an Experiment with AntacidAcademics
Chemistry Students Perform an Experiment with Antacid
In Sarasota, Dr. Marmaro’s chemistry class performed an experiment to test the antacid capabilities of two, commercially available, antacid...
Where is Skylar?Students & Alumni
Where is Skylar?
Biomedical Sciences students at the Tampa campus take Skylar under their wing while learning staining procedures.
Dietetics and Nutrition Student Receives Award from the Academy of Nutrition and DieteticsAcademics
Dietetics and Nutrition Student Receives Award from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
Sheetal Parikh, a Dietetics and Nutrition student from the Lakeland campus was recently awarded the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Outstanding...
Miami Students Raise Awareness and Funds for Osteogenesis Imperfecta FoundationCommunity News
Miami Students Raise Awareness and Funds for Osteogenesis Imperfecta Foundation
Students in the Radiologic Technology program at KU Miami created this window display in one of their classrooms to promote and create awareness for...
Professor Shares Automotive Industry Workforce Insight, Scholarship Opportunity at Annual ConferenceFeatured Articles
Professor Shares Automotive Industry Workforce Insight, Scholarship Opportunity at Annual Conference
Dr. Martha Rader, faculty member at the Flagship campus, recently shared insight with over 350 attendees of the Women in Automotive Conference held...
Career Tip - Resumes in PDF VersionsStudents & Alumni
Career Tip - Resumes in PDF Versions
When emailing your résumé or completing an online job application, ensure that you have chosen a PDF version to upload the document like OTA...
Orlando MA Students Visit a Local High SchoolAcademics
Orlando MA Students Visit a Local High School
Medical Assisting students from the Orlando campus went to Dr. Phillips High School to assist with blood pressures for sports physicals.  
West Palm Beach Students Attend HR Association MeetingAcademics
West Palm Beach Students Attend HR Association Meeting
The West Palm Beach campus Human Resource Management class attended the Human Resource Association of Palm Beach County monthly meeting.  The topic...
OTA Students in Miami Work with Paper MacheAcademics
OTA Students in Miami Work with Paper Mache
Miami campus students in the Occupational Therapy Assistant program taking the Therapeutic Media class worked on projects using paper mache. This and...
Orlando Celebrates National Picnic MonthStudents & Alumni
Orlando Celebrates National Picnic Month
Radiologic Technology, Histotechnology, Nursing, Exercise Science and Medical Assisting students had a picnic with Associate Dean Idanny Matos to...
GRADUATE SPOTLIGHT: Fabiola Anglade Pascal, Master of Science Nursing – Family Nurse PractitionerStudents & Alumni
GRADUATE SPOTLIGHT: Fabiola Anglade Pascal, Master of Science Nursing – Family Nurse Practitioner
Fabiola Anglade Pascal Master of Science Nursing – Family Nurse Practitioner October 2016 Graduate from KU Ft. Myers Employer: Life Care Center...
Orlando CJ Students Visit DOCAcademics
Orlando CJ Students Visit DOC
Criminal Justice students from the Orlando campus visited the Florida Department of Corrections Reception Center. They were given a tour of the...
Tampa SGA Holds FundraiserStudents & Alumni
Tampa SGA Holds Fundraiser
The Tampa Student Government Association held an ice cream social to raise money to buy a brick for the Tampa campus to be placed in the Legacy...
OTA Students Visit the North East Focal PointCommunity News
OTA Students Visit the North East Focal Point
Occupational Therapy Assistant students from the Ft. Lauderdale campus completed the “Aging in Place /Home Modification” project as part of the...
SOTA Participates in the 30-Day Challenge for a Healthier LifestyleAcademics
SOTA Participates in the 30-Day Challenge for a Healthier Lifestyle
The Ft. Lauderdale Student Occupational Therapy Assistant (SOTA) Club invited the students from the Occupational Therapy Assistant program to...
Medical Assisting Students Learn How to Perform SuturesAcademics
Medical Assisting Students Learn How to Perform Sutures
Medical Assisting students at the Orlando campus learned how to perform sutures  and how to remove them.  They also learned the importance of...
Tampa Students Work Together as a TeamAcademics
Tampa Students Work Together as a Team
Tampa Surgical Technology (ST) and Radiologic Technology (RT) students demonstrated how important it is to work as a team in the operating room. ...
Ft. Lauderdale Celebrates #NationalLollipopDayStudents & Alumni
Ft. Lauderdale Celebrates #NationalLollipopDay
Fort Lauderdale celebrated National Lollipop Day with lollipops, props and Skylar the Seahawk! Everyone took selfies, made videos, and enjoyed the...
Where is Skylar?Students & Alumni
Where is Skylar?
Skylar is getting some quick blood work done before the weekend with Tampa Medical Assisting students.  
College of Golf Students Receive Impact Zone Player CertificationAcademics
College of Golf Students Receive Impact Zone Player Certification
College of Golf students David Johnson, Chris Rooney, and Willie Scott recently earned Impact Zone Golf Player Certification by scoring over 90% on...
#ThankfulThursday in Ft. MyersCommunity News
#ThankfulThursday in Ft. Myers
As part of the 40th Anniversary year-long celebration, Kate Tebbe, Medical Assisting Science Program Director, and Nancy Tedros, Campus President,...
RT Students Learn the 15% RuleAcademics
RT Students Learn the 15% Rule
Radiologic Technology students in the radiologic science course with Professor Viana at the Miami campus learned about the 15% Rule as it applies to...
Miami Celebrates #NationalLollipopDayStudents & Alumni
Miami Celebrates #NationalLollipopDay
Today the Miami campus is observing #NationalLollipopDay, always proving to be a popular treat and put smiles on everyone’s faces. In hopes of...
Keiser University to Officially Unveil Port St. Lucie Campus  at Grand Opening CelebrationSpecial Events
Keiser University to Officially Unveil Port St. Lucie Campus at Grand Opening Celebration
As one component of Keiser University’s 40th Anniversary celebrations, Chancellor Arthur Keiser, Ph.D. and President Leslie Kristof will officially...
Lakeland Graduate Hometown Hero in OleanStudents & Alumni
Lakeland Graduate Hometown Hero in Olean
Edward Hnat promised himself, and everyone else, that he would physically walk across the stage at his college commencement ceremony. And he did just...
Where is Skylar?Students & Alumni
Where is Skylar?
The Tallahassee campus Reading Club members recently met and discussed articles touching on the importance of board games, riddles, puzzles, and...
OTA Students Get Creative to Help PatientsAcademics
OTA Students Get Creative to Help Patients
Occupational Therapy Assistant students in the  Group Media class at the Miami campus had a project that inspired creativity. Students learned how...
GRADUATE SPOTLIGHT: Kiara Belen Tinoco Espinoza, KU Latin American CampusStudents & Alumni
GRADUATE SPOTLIGHT: Kiara Belen Tinoco Espinoza, KU Latin American Campus
Kiara participated in Keiser's exchange program and studied for a semester abroad at the Flagship campus.  She shares how that experience shaped her...
Physician Assistant Students Participate in Leadership Distinction ProgramSpecial Events
Physician Assistant Students Participate in Leadership Distinction Program
Fort Lauderdale hosted the Physician Assistant students for their Leadership Distinction Program on the topic of leadership with guest speaker Jose...
Exercise Science Students Visit Impact Fitness in LakelandAcademics
Exercise Science Students Visit Impact Fitness in Lakeland
Lakeland’s Exercise Science students visited Impact Fitness, a training facility that works with individuals on a variety of fitness levels. From...
Keiser University Doctoral Students Enjoy Residency ProgramAcademics
Keiser University Doctoral Students Enjoy Residency Program
Over 170 students recently attended Keiser University’s Doctoral Residency Program held at the Flagship campus. Designed to assist students with...
#ICYMI - National Ice Cream DayStudents & Alumni
#ICYMI - National Ice Cream Day
The New Port Richey campus helped students celebrate National Ice Cream Day (Sunday, July 16) with ice cream sandwiches, ice cream cones and ice...
Where is Skylar?Students & Alumni
Where is Skylar?
Skylar is tackling a workout with the Sports Medicine & Fitness Technology students at the Tampa campus. #CrushingMonday  
Melbourne SMFT and D&N Students Visit Pro Health FitnessAcademics
Melbourne SMFT and D&N Students Visit Pro Health Fitness
Sports Medicine & Fitness Technology and Dietetics & Nutrition students from the Melbourne campus joined forces for their Nutrition in Health...
#WorldEmojiDayStudents & Alumni
#WorldEmojiDay
How does the Miami campus brighten up the dreaded “Monday blues”? The campus celebrated #WorldEmojiDay today with students picking the emoji face...
Jacksonville Campus Hits a Home Run for the March of DimesCommunity News
Jacksonville Campus Hits a Home Run for the March of Dimes
The Sports Medicine & Fitness Technology (SMFT) program at the Jacksonville campus, organized and held the inaugural co-ed student vs....
SMFT Students in Jacksonville Welcome a Guest SpeakerAcademics
SMFT Students in Jacksonville Welcome a Guest Speaker
Jacksonville Sports Medicine & Fitness Technology students listening to Rick Eff, President and CEO of Sweat PT. He shared how to market...
Ft. Myers Supports Shark Conservation for Shark Awareness Day Featured Articles
Ft. Myers Supports Shark Conservation for Shark Awareness Day 
Did you know sharks are over 400 million years old, which means they were on this planet before trees were! Unfortunately, their population is...
Jacksonville PTK Students Embrace National Mac & Cheese DayStudents & Alumni
Jacksonville PTK Students Embrace National Mac & Cheese Day
Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society students at the Jacksonville campus, celebrated National Mac & Cheese Day the right way. They sold homemade truffle...
5 Reasons Behind Retail Buy-outsFeatured Articles
5 Reasons Behind Retail Buy-outs
Dr. Gary Vonk, Flagship Campus President, was featured this week on CBS12 to discuss the top 5 reasons behind big retail buy-outs and how they impact...
Where is Skylar?Students & Alumni
Where is Skylar?
Skylar helps Orlando histology students with special stains in the lab. Special stains are a wide variety of methods used to visualize particular...
Miami Holds a Student Appreciation DayStudents & Alumni
Miami Holds a Student Appreciation Day
In honor of National Ice Cream Month, students at the Miami campus were able to build their own ice cream sundaes. Skylar took part in all of the...
Fort Myers Geeks Out Over “Embrace Your Geekness Day” Students & Alumni
Fort Myers Geeks Out Over “Embrace Your Geekness Day” 
Today is Embrace Your Geekness Day! As Simon Pegg explained it: “Being a geek is all about being honest about what you enjoy and not being afraid...
Tampa RT Students Support A Kid's Place of Tampa BayCommunity News
Tampa RT Students Support A Kid's Place of Tampa Bay
Throughout the month of July, Radiologic Technology students will be collecting NEW sneakers and flip flops for boys and girls aged 6-17.  These...
FEATURED ARTICLE, Featured Articles
FEATURED ARTICLE, "The Importance of Hydration" by Dr. Stefane Dias, KU Orlando
"The Importance of Hydration" by Dr. Stefane Dias, KU Orlando Professor of Exercise Science Whether it is a high-performance athlete,...
July 13th: #NationalFrenchFryDayFeatured Articles
July 13th: #NationalFrenchFryDay
Ryan R. Fairall, PhD, CSCS, EP-C, CES Sports Medicine & Fitness Technology Program Director at Keiser University - Jacksonville Campus Not...
Tampa OTA Students Collaborate with NursingAcademics
Tampa OTA Students Collaborate with Nursing
Mrs. Laura Jordan from the Nursing faculty, with the support from Dr. Adams, Occupational Therapy Assistant Department Chair, facilitated a lesson...
Miami Nursing Students Volunteer for a Food Distribution with City of SweetwaterCommunity News
Miami Nursing Students Volunteer for a Food Distribution with City of Sweetwater
Students from the Associate of Science in Nursing program and other faculty from the Miami campus volunteered with the City of Sweetwater for a food...
Tallahassee Holds Culinary Summer CampAcademics
Tallahassee Holds Culinary Summer Camp
Tallahassee's Center for Culinary Arts held its annual culinary summer camp with 10 local high school students in attendance. High school students...
The Sarasota Campus Has a BBQ to Celebrate KU's 40th AnniversarySpecial Events
The Sarasota Campus Has a BBQ to Celebrate KU's 40th Anniversary
The Sarasota campus held a picnic honoring their students and celebrating Keiser University’s 40th!  The lunch included hot dogs inspired by...
Fort Myers Instructor Earns Student Appreciation Students & Alumni
Fort Myers Instructor Earns Student Appreciation 
The students in Dr. Parkash’s Human Anatomy and Physiology class decided to surprise him with a “thank you” poster at the end of their class....
Clearwater Campus is Represented at Kiwanis Midnight RunCommunity News
Clearwater Campus is Represented at Kiwanis Midnight Run
Staff, faculty, and students from the Clearwater campus supported the 1,350 runners at the Kiwanis Midnight Run. Money from entry fees goes not...
Port St. Lucie RT Students Attend an Educational SymposiumAcademics
Port St. Lucie RT Students Attend an Educational Symposium
The Radiologic Technology faculty and students of the Port St. Lucie campus attended the ASRT Educational Symposium in Orlando. The program included...
Lakeland Holds a Star Spangled MixerStudents & Alumni
Lakeland Holds a Star Spangled Mixer
The Lakeland Student Government Association hosted a Star Spangled Mixer on campus, giving their peers a chance to get acquainted with one another...
Today is National Blueberry Muffin DayAcademics
Today is National Blueberry Muffin Day
The Tallahassee Introduction to Baking and Pastry class at the Center for Culinary Arts made a blueberry muffin with perfect blueberry distribution.
Where is Skylar?Students & Alumni
Where is Skylar?
This bird took a spill, thank goodness we have our RT students nearby for some x-rays! #DontTextAndFly  
Where is Skylar?Students & Alumni
Where is Skylar?
Skylar, the baby whisper, is giving the nursing students at the Tampa campus a hand in the SIM lab.
Dr. Eric Wilson, COG Executive Director, Volunteers at Special Olympics TournamentCommunity News
Dr. Eric Wilson, COG Executive Director, Volunteers at Special Olympics Tournament
Dr. Eric Wilson, PGA Legacy Master Professional, College of Golf Executive Director of Golf Operations, and Chairman of the Special Olympics Golf...
President & CEO of Manatee Chamber Shares Greeting for KU 40th AnniversaryFeatured Articles
President & CEO of Manatee Chamber Shares Greeting for KU 40th Anniversary
Jackie Dezelski, the President and CEO of the Manatee Chamber wishes Dr. Keiser and his entire team a happy anniversary for the success KU has...
Where is Skylar?Students & Alumni
Where is Skylar?
Skylar was spotted at the Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp during the annual “Get Jax’D” competition held at the ballpark. The Jacksonville campus...
What Can You Do with a Criminal Justice Degree?Featured Articles
What Can You Do with a Criminal Justice Degree?
What Types of Jobs and Career Potential Criminal Justice Students Can Obtain?   Vincent A Giordano, Ph.D   Professor of Criminal...
Seahawks Spirit Flies High at Keiser University Fort MyersSpecial Events
Seahawks Spirit Flies High at Keiser University Fort Myers
Blue and white were the colors to rock at the Fort Myers campus as students, faculty and staff showed off their Seahawk pride.  
World Chocolate Day and Culinary Arts Month – A Sweet Combination at Fort MyersStudents & Alumni
World Chocolate Day and Culinary Arts Month – A Sweet Combination at Fort Myers
The sweet aroma of s’mores filled the Fort Myers campus as they celebrated World Chocolate Day and Culinary Arts Month. Throughout the day,...
FEATURED ARTICLE on John Davis, Jr. English Faculty at KU ClearwaterFeatured Articles
FEATURED ARTICLE on John Davis, Jr. English Faculty at KU Clearwater
John Davis Jr., instructor of English, was recently published by the American Journal of Poetry. This publication routinely features nationally...
Teamwork Essential for Fort Myers Staff in Latest Team “Building” Challenge Special Events
Teamwork Essential for Fort Myers Staff in Latest Team “Building” Challenge 
The admissions and finance departments at the Fort Myers campus were team building by participating in the Marshmallow Spaghetti Tower Challenge. ...
Dietetic & Nutrition Students Educate About Benefits of KaleFeatured Articles
Dietetic & Nutrition Students Educate About Benefits of Kale
Port St. Lucie BS in Dietetic & Nutrition students educated the staff and faculty about healthy eating.     They provided handouts,...
FEATURED ARTICLE by Geoffrey Stam, Director of Default Management & Financial LiteracyFeatured Articles
FEATURED ARTICLE by Geoffrey Stam, Director of Default Management & Financial Literacy
Credit Reporting Myths, Part 2 In our last post, we addressed three of the most common myths about credit reporting.  Today’s contribution will...
Flagship Campus Hosts Venice High School Golf TeamCommunity News
Flagship Campus Hosts Venice High School Golf Team
The College of Golf recently hosted its latest summer golf clinic by welcoming Venice High School students. The program began with brief...
Jacksonville Holds a Delta Mu Delta Induction CeremonyAcademics
Jacksonville Holds a Delta Mu Delta Induction Ceremony
The Business Administration department at the Jacksonville campus, is pleased to announce the induction of nine new members to the Nu Phi Co-Chapter...
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Tampa CST Students Learn Bloodstain Pattern Analysis
Tampa's  Crime Scene Technology students invited Skylar to experiment with Bloodstain Pattern Analysis” (BPA), which is the interpretation of...
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West Palm Beach Holds an International Multicultural Fair
The West Palm Beach campus Cross Functional Team, in partnership with the Occupational Therapy Assistant (OTA) & Physical Therapist Assistant...
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The Dangers of Rhabdomyolysis Recently in the United States, there have been reports of cases of rhabdomyolysis in both Crossfit and American...
Jacksonville Students Visit Duval County Detention FacilityAcademics
Jacksonville Students Visit Duval County Detention Facility
The  Forensic Investigation and Crime Scene Technology programs took part in an informative tour of the Duval County Pre-Trial Detention Facility...
PTA Students in Miami Host a Guest SpeakerAcademics
PTA Students in Miami Host a Guest Speaker
The Physical Therapist Assistant students at the Miami campus were honored to host Dr. Greg Harley, PT, DPT, GCS. Dr. Harley is with Florida Physical...
OTA Students in Tampa Have a Guest SpeakerAcademics
OTA Students in Tampa Have a Guest Speaker
A Tampa Occupational Therapy Assistant instructor, Fernanda Mira, had a guest speaker during a pediatrics course.  Kimberly Lamke, OTR/L from...
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Lakeland Celebrates the 4th of July with a Dress Down Day
The Lakeland campus celebrated the 4th of July on by holding a Dress Down Day called Red, White and Blue Jeans. Students, faculty and staff were...
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Port St. Lucie Sends Patriotic Greetings
Students, faculty and staff at the Port St. Lucie campus show their patriotism by wishing everyone a Happy 4th of July!
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Tampa Honors Independence Day and a New Semester
Today the Tampa campus held an ice cream social for students in honor of Independence Day and the start of the semester. The two new additions to the...
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DMS Students Participate in Mock Interviews
The second year Diagnostic Medical Sonography students at the New Port Richey campus completed mock interviews with local SCORE organization mentors....
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Sarasota Nursing Students and Faculty Receive Scholarships
Recently at the Sarasota campus, Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) students and two nursing faculty were awarded scholarships that  provide...
Chefs of all Ages in SarasotaAcademics
Chefs of all Ages in Sarasota
Each summer Sarasota’s Center for Culinary Arts hosts a field trip for Primrose School. Assistant director Dianne Wudte brings the children that...
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All Lined up and Ready to be Pinned
Lakeland Dietetic & Nutrition students from core 10 have completed their coursework and attended their pinning ceremony. The sky is the limit for...
Tampa Nursing Students Volunteer with Florida HospitalCommunity News
Tampa Nursing Students Volunteer with Florida Hospital
At the Florida Hospital ‘Ask The Experts’ event, Tampa nursing students volunteered and manned the MEGA Heart inflatable. The MEGA Heart provides...
Nursing Students Volunteer at the Donovin Darius Football CampCommunity News
Nursing Students Volunteer at the Donovin Darius Football Camp
Jacksonville campus nursing students volunteered their time at the Donovin Darius football camp. They helped with setting up, supplying the kids with...
Today is #SocialMediaDayStudents & Alumni
Today is #SocialMediaDay
Orlando students kick off #SocialMediaDay by sending pictures of Radiologic Technology and Medical Assisting students celebrating the day!
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Pembroke Pines Future Student is a Winner
Juliette Fuentes was thrilled to have won Marlins tickets from the Pembroke Pines campus Open House ticket drawing.  She is newly enrolled to start...
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Orlando RT Students Visit the Museum of Osteology
Radiologic Technology students visited the Museum of Osteology in Orlando recently. They were able to identify pathologies such as Osteochondroma,...
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West Palm Beach Held a Hurricane Preparedness Event
The West Palm Beach campus hosted a hurricane preparedness event. This event aimed to teach faculty, students, and staff about the different...
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Business Students Attend American Marketing Association Meeting
Jacksonville Business students and marketing professor Dr. Kawwaff took the first row at the American Marketing Association Guest speaker event in...
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New Port Richey Students Perform Obstetric Ultrasounds
Diagnostic Medical Sonography students at the New Port Richey campus schedule free obstetric ultrasounds for women in the area who are in their...
Jacksonville Holds 2017 IT Pro CampSpecial Events
Jacksonville Holds 2017 IT Pro Camp
The Associate of Science in Information Technology program and JAX FISG (The Jacksonville Florida IT Server Group) held the 2017 IT Pro Camp at the...
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Skylar is sitting in with the nursing students today at the Tampa campus – diagnosis seems to be the case of the Monday's.
Ft. Lauderdale OTA Students Visit the Ann Storck CenterAcademics
Ft. Lauderdale OTA Students Visit the Ann Storck Center
Occupational Therapy Assistant students visited the Ann Storck Center recently.  The students were able to interact and observe children and adults...
Follow-up on Lakeland Nuclear Medicine Technology Students Who Attended National ConferenceAcademics
Follow-up on Lakeland Nuclear Medicine Technology Students Who Attended National Conference
Three nuclear medicine technology students from the Lakeland campus attended and presented at the Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging...
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Culinary Treats from Sarasota's Kitchens
The students in International Cuisine have been learning about Asian food. From Stir-Fry, Pot Stickers, Spring Rolls, and Lo Mein, to Pad Thai and...
Clearwater SGA Visits Brookdale Senior Living for Father's DayCommunity News
Clearwater SGA Visits Brookdale Senior Living for Father's Day
The Student Government Association wanted to make Father's Day special for fathers at Brookdale Senior Living in Clearwater. The students and their...
Tallahassee Nursing Students Hold a Cultural Day EventAcademics
Tallahassee Nursing Students Hold a Cultural Day Event
The Tallahassee nursing program held a Cultural Day event with students, faculty and staff in attendance.  The nursing program has four core values:...
Chick-Fil-A Visits Pembroke Pines CampusStudents & Alumni
Chick-Fil-A Visits Pembroke Pines Campus
Chick-Fil-A came to the Pembroke Pines campus to recruit for the many operations and managerial positions they currently have available. Chick-fil-A...
Orlando Medical Assistant Students Hold an Open LabAcademics
Orlando Medical Assistant Students Hold an Open Lab
Orlando Medical Assistant students held an open lab to engage the campus and help them practice key skills for their state exam. They performed...
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Coach's Corner - Melbourne SMFT Discusses Bench Press Test
Julio Rodriguez Explaining the YMCA Bench Press Test In this video, you can see student, Julio Rodriguez, delivering an eloquent explanation of...
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Tampa SMFT Students are Visited by Mobile Hydrostatic Body Fat Testing Clinic
Tampa Sports Medicine & Fitness Technology program got a visit from the Mobile Hydrostatic Body Fat Testing Clinic and got dunked!  For...
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#ThankfulThursday from Ft. Myers
Thankful Thursday:   Radiology Regional has been an extremely supportive clinical site for the Fort Myers DMS program.   Recently they hired 2...
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Jacksonville Celebrates Global Running Day
In celebration of Global Running Day earlier this month, a small group of Keiser University Jacksonville faculty and the Dean of Academics took the...
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FACULTY SPOTLIGHT: Dr. Kelly Schmitt, Graduate School
Dr. Kelly Schmitt attended the 67th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association where she presented a research paper with...
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Author Dr. Stanley Fish Visits the Miami Campus
The Miami campus was honored to host a lecture by renowned scholar and author Dr. Stanley Fish. Dr. Fish captivated students, faculty, and staff with...
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STUDENT SPOTLIGHT: Kelsea Barker, Surgical Technology at KU Tampa
"I feel very fortunate to have been awarded a scholarship from The Foundation for Surgical Technology.  My educational experience at Keiser...
Nursing Students Complete Simulator TrainingAcademics
Nursing Students Complete Simulator Training
Nursing students at the Lakeland campus completed their simulator training with instructor Cindy Rowand in the nursing lab. The mannequin is...
PTA Students in West Palm Beach Welcome a Guest SpeakerAcademics
PTA Students in West Palm Beach Welcome a Guest Speaker
Physical therapist Susan Ebel, owner of PT Works in Palm Beach Gardens, demonstrated equipment-assisted soft tissue mobilization and Graston...
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SMFT Students from Jacksonville Learn about An "Egg" That Measures Body Fat Percentage
It may look like an egg-shaped space shuttle, but it’s actually called a BOD POD and it’s considered a “gold standard” for measuring body fat...
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#DYK - June 21st is International Day of Yoga
In recognition of the International Day of Yoga on June 21, some of Mr. Graifer's students in the Bachelor of Science in Sports Medicine and Fitness...
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FEATURED ARTICLE: Planning for Capital Needs by Mike Quaintance, Business Department Chair at KU...
Planning for Capital Needs Recently, I sat down with a business that was creating a business plan for a large expansion project with external...
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FEATURED VIDEO: Exercise of the Week from Jacksonville SMFT Program Director, Dr. Ryan Fairall
Dr. Ryan Fairall, Program Director of the Sports Medicine & Fitness Technology program at the Jacksonville campus, explains how to properly...
Lakeland Nuclear Medicine Technology Students Make Trial Run for ConferenceAcademics
Lakeland Nuclear Medicine Technology Students Make Trial Run for Conference
Three NMT students conducted a trial run of their presentations which delve into studies evaluating different radionuclides to assess and treat...
Open Houses Throughout the StateSpecial Events
Open Houses Throughout the State
LAKELAND - The Lakeland campus beat the heat at their Stay Cool Open House event. Fortunately, the weather cooperated long enough for everyone to...
West Palm Beach Students Give Back to the CommunityCommunity News
West Palm Beach Students Give Back to the Community
The West Palm Beach Student Government Association presented a $1,000 check to the YWCA Harmony House.  The money was collected through the Walk a...
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FEATURED ARTICLE by TJ Tomasi, College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research
How to Change Your Golf Swing - The Right Way By TJ Tomasi, College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research   The poster boy for...
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PTA Students Volunteer at the Quantum House
The West Palm Beach campus Society of Physical Therapist Assistants volunteered to make and serve dinner for the residents of Quantum House.  One of...
Radiation Therapy Students Work in Simulation LabAcademics
Radiation Therapy Students Work in Simulation Lab
Beam us up! Lakeland’s senior Radiation Therapy students tested out their new lab simulation table, lasers, and a geriatric manikin. Notice the...
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Pembroke Pines Histotechnology Student Receives Honor Award
Dr. Galina Negrouk, Chair of the Histotechnology department at the Pembroke Pines campus, had the honor of presenting Maria Irene with the ASCP...
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#ThankfulThursday Employer Spotlight - Minuteman Press
Mike Arndt, Co-Owner of Minuteman Press in Plant City, FL and Brandon, FL, has been one of Lakeland’s business partners for many years. They...
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Nurses Have Guest Speaker for Leadership Distinction Program
Gina Dotson, HR Recruiter for Broward Health, came to the Ft. Lauderdale campus to facilitate an "Interviewing Skills" workshop. She taught this as...
College of Golf Students Participate in Historic Hickory Open Putting ChampionshipAcademics
College of Golf Students Participate in Historic Hickory Open Putting Championship
Keiser University’s College of Golf (COG) History of Golf class students recently had the unique opportunity to participate in a putting...
Clearwater Hosts OneBlood at Their CampusCommunity News
Clearwater Hosts OneBlood at Their Campus
The Clearwater campus held a blood drive where Skylar donated blood along with the students and staff.
Today is National Strawberry Shortcake DayAcademics
Today is National Strawberry Shortcake Day
The Sarasota Center for Culinary Arts put their twist on a classic, strawberry shortcakes. Their thyme flavored shortcakes are topped  with fresh...
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GRADUATE SPOTLIGHT: William Piel, Jacksonville Nursing Graduate
After retiring from the Army in 2014, William Piel and his family moved to Nassau County and he began his general education studies at the Keiser...
Diagnostic Clue Becomes Newest DMS Game to Sweep the Fort Myers Program Academics
Diagnostic Clue Becomes Newest DMS Game to Sweep the Fort Myers Program 
The newest Diagnostic Medical Sonography cohort at the Fort Myers campus took creative learning to a whole new level when they created a game of Clue...
Local High School Art Students Paint Murals in New Port Richey Campus LibraryCommunity News
Local High School Art Students Paint Murals in New Port Richey Campus Library
Recently, Keiser University’s New Port Richey campus wanted to spruce up the library for the 40th anniversary.  The administrative team discussed...
GRADUATE SPOTLIGHT: Ruth Johnson Taylor, KU TallahasseeStudents & Alumni
GRADUATE SPOTLIGHT: Ruth Johnson Taylor, KU Tallahassee
“Prior to my tenure at Keiser, I was married and had 3 beautiful girls. I did not have any work experience. One day my husband and I were talking...
Orlando Nursing Student Receives 49 Fund ScholarshipStudents & Alumni
Orlando Nursing Student Receives 49 Fund Scholarship
Jonathan Gonzalez, Associate of Science in Nursing student at the Keiser University Orlando Campus, was one of eight recipients of the 49 Fund...
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Chair-A-Tea Fundraising Event Receives Helping Hand from KU Fort Myers
Our Mother’s Home hosted their annual Chair-A-Tea fundraising event in southwest Florida and enlisted the help of Keiser University for their...
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On June 12, 2016 time stood still as forty-nine innocent lives were lost in the heartbreaking shooting at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando. An esteemed...
Orlando SMFT and MA Students Hold a Joint LabAcademics
Orlando SMFT and MA Students Hold a Joint Lab
Orlando students in the Medical Assisting and Sports Medicine and Fitness Technology programs combined efforts to hold a joint lab.  The students...
Miami Holds a Book Drive for the Children's TrustCommunity News
Miami Holds a Book Drive for the Children's Trust
The Miami Writing Studio held a book drive in the month of May for the Children’s Trust and they collected 65 books.
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KU Sponsors Women's Chamber Scholarship Luncheon
A proud sponsor of the Palm Beach County Women's Chamber of Commerce 14th Anniversary Big Red Apple Scholarship Luncheon and Auction, KU leaders were...
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Fort Myers Honors Newest President’s Award Winner for “Graciousness"
Dayani Hermida, a psychology student and bookstore employee at the Fort Myers campus, was recently awarded the President’s Award for...
Daytona OTA Students Work with a Guest LecturerAcademics
Daytona OTA Students Work with a Guest Lecturer
Occupational Therapy Assistant (OTA) students at the Daytona Beach campus participated in a  hands-on Physical Agent Modalities (PAMs) lab with...
Daytona OTA Students Attend Pinning CeremonyAcademics
Daytona OTA Students Attend Pinning Ceremony
The Occupational Therapy Assistant students attended their pinning ceremony to celebrate the culmination of their coursework and fieldwork...
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FEATURED ARTICLE by Dr. Stéfane Dias, Professor of Exercise Science at KU Orlando
The Importance of Protein  by Dr. Stéfane Dias, Professor of Exercise Science at KU Orlando Since the Greek Olympians of ancient times, protein...
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Orlando Hold a Professional Development Conference
Orlando’s Student Services office hosted a Professional Development Conference for students and alumni. The event was comprised of 38 industry...
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#ThankfulThursday: Employer Spotlight - Anytime Fitness
The Lakeland campus would like to “exercise” this opportunity to appreciate Corey Jackson and Anytime Fitness for their amazing partnership with...
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GRADUATE SPOTLIGHT, Arisnelvys Gonzalez, Class of 2011 KU Miami
"Keiser University provided me with everything I needed for my future career as a licensed Florida Bar attorney.  While at Keiser University I...
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FEATURED ARTICLE by Mike “Q” Quaintance, Business Depart Chair at Ft. Myers
Location, Location, Location Professor Mike “Q” Quaintance, Business Depart Chair at Keiser University, Fort Myers Campus With the economy...
Savory Treat from Melbourne's Center for Culinary ArtsAcademics
Savory Treat from Melbourne's Center for Culinary Arts
Hickory smoked salmon on brioche with cucumber and salmon mousse.    
Jacksonville Jaguars’ Head Dietician Visits Jacksonville’s Sports Medicine Bachelors ProgramAcademics
Jacksonville Jaguars’ Head Dietician Visits Jacksonville’s Sports Medicine Bachelors Program
Head Dietitian for the Jacksonville Jaguars, Mindy Black, visited the Jacksonville campus as a guest speaker for the Sports Medicine & Fitness...
Sarasota Center for Culinary Arts Supports VooDoo Chef FoundationCommunity News
Sarasota Center for Culinary Arts Supports VooDoo Chef Foundation
Keiser University's Center for Culinary Arts was a supporter of this year’s VIP Bash, raising  money for the VooDoo Chef Foundation. This event...
Jacksonville Takes the Pledge for Global Running Day 2017Community News
Jacksonville Takes the Pledge for Global Running Day 2017
June 7, 2017 is designated around the world as Global Running Day, where runners from all across the world can celebrate the joys of running. To...
Tampa Starts Penny Wars to Benefit the Cystic Fibrosis FoundationCommunity News
Tampa Starts Penny Wars to Benefit the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
This month, the Tampa campus is hosting Penny Wars! Each department decorates their own jugs and then the sabotage begins to unravel! Here is the...
Orlando Students Win National Student Honor AwardAcademics
Orlando Students Win National Student Honor Award
The Orlando campus is proud of the Histotechnology students who won the National Student Honor Award from the American Society of Clinical Pathology...
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Fort Myers Student Services Uses 3 P’s for Student Stress Relief During Finals Week Students & Alumni
Fort Myers Student Services Uses 3 P’s for Student Stress Relief During Finals Week 
With finals week poised to take its toll on students, the Student Services department in Fort Myers decided to step in and allow them to be blow off...
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Dietetics & Nutrition Students Bring Italy to Lakeland
Lakeland’s Dietetics & Nutrition class wined and dined the staff and faculty during their class project culminating their studies thus far in...
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Pembroke Pines Students Share Knowledge
Occupational Therapy Assistant students were being trained by the Medical Assisting students on how to take vital signs. Vital signs are useful in...
Jacksonville Students Visit an Athletic Training FacilityAcademics
Jacksonville Students Visit an Athletic Training Facility
Mr. Graifer's Sports Medicine & Fitness Technology students in the First Aid class visited the Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp's athletic training...
Medical Assisting Students Collect Tabs for Ronald McDonald HouseCommunity News
Medical Assisting Students Collect Tabs for Ronald McDonald House
Tampa's medical assisting students have been collecting aluminum tabs to donate to the Ronald McDonald House of Tampa so they can take the tabs to...
The Orlando Campus Collections Donations for Local Pet RescueCommunity News
The Orlando Campus Collections Donations for Local Pet Rescue
The Orlando campus raised various items such as food, toys, treats, towels, blankets, dishes, as well as raised $245 for Furever Bully Love Pet...
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Busch Wildlife Sanctuary Visits the West Palm Beach Campus
West Palm Beach campus biological science faculty member, Brett Strong, invited the Busch Wildlife Sanctuary on campus as a tribute to Earth Day. ...
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KU’s Chiropractic Medicine Program a ‘Natural Step’ for Port St. Lucie Campus Graduate
Twenty-years of physically training fellow service men and women has yielded dramatic transformations, so when Elbert Silas, a former United States...
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Keiser University Symposium Presents Community Policing as an Effective Law Enforcement Tool
The West Palm Beach campus recently celebrated Law Day with a symposium designed to increase public awareness of community policing as an effective...
Today is #NationalDonutDayStudents & Alumni
Today is #NationalDonutDay
TAMPA - In honor of National Donut Day the campus wanted to reward  hard-working students during finals week with FREE donuts! All smiles and...
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Sarasota Nurses Participate in Mock Disaster Drill
Sarasota’s Level 2 Associate of Science Nursing students participated in a disaster drill during their clinical rotation at Doctors Hospital of...
Medical Assisting Students in New Port Richey Help ASPCACommunity News
Medical Assisting Students in New Port Richey Help ASPCA
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West Palm Beach Nursing Students Donate Items to Help Children with Medical NeedsCommunity News
West Palm Beach Nursing Students Donate Items to Help Children with Medical Needs
The National Student Nurses’ Association (NSNA) at the West Palm Beach campus donated to the Prescribed Pediatric Extended Care (PPEC), a facility...
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FEATURED ARTICLE: June is National Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Month
June: National Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Month This time of year, there’s nothing better than a nice slice of watermelon or a healthy stack...
Tampa's SGA & MA Students Hold a Canned Food DriveCommunity News
Tampa's SGA & MA Students Hold a Canned Food Drive
The Student Government Association teamed up with the Medical Assistant students to hold a week-long canned food drive on campus. The drive was a...
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Orlando Medical Assisting and Medical Laboratory Technician Students Work Together
Medical Assisting students teaching Medical Laboratory Technician students how to  perform phlebotomy and handle specimens.  All MLT students...
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The West Palm Beach Campus Hosts the Keiser University Blue Line 5K
Dr. Anthony Berrios, a former law enforcement officer who serves as the Academic Dean at the West Palm Beach campus, supported the men and women of...
Melbourne PTA and OTA Students Give Back to CommunityCommunity News
Melbourne PTA and OTA Students Give Back to Community
The Melbourne Physical Therapist Assistant and Occupational Therapy Assistant students volunteered at Sebastian River Medical Center to provide high...
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STUDENT SPOTLIGHT: Maria Irene, KU Pembroke Pines
The Pembroke Pines campus is proud to announce that Maria Irene has won the ASCP (American Society for Clinical Pathology) National Student Honor...
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Biomedical Students Have fun Experimenting in the Classroom
Biomedical Sciences students at the Jacksonville campus have fun experimenting in the classroom. They test pH and buffer solutions on several...
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Sarasota Nurses are SMART
As part of their pediatric clinical rotation, the Keiser Sarasota nursing students visited the Sarasota Manatee Association for Riding Therapy...
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A Golfing Wolverine by TJ Tomasi, College of Golf Senior Faculty and Director of Research Several years ago, I asked my class at Keiser University...

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Ryan Bushey

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Anthony Sassano

The Design program at Keiser University was filled with real world learning and hands on instruction… Based on the portfolio I created while a student at Keiser University, I landed a job in Graphic Design for a major online retailer immediately after graduation.

Ty Fitzgerald

The year and a half I spent in the program better prepared me for attaining a job in the field…As a hands-on learner, the project-centered teaching was perfect for me.

Jackson Tejada

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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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Attending Keiser University and getting my degree was the best decision I have ever made.  The small class sizes and personalized attention helped me get my degree quickly.  The hands-on experience and the education landed me a job at a neighboring law firm.

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