How to Apply
Contact one of our friendly admissions counselors
Attend an Open House or plan a campus visit
Schedule a convenient time to meet with your admissions counselor to determine if Keiser University is right for you
Submit an Application and complete your enrollment profile and application
Review the Graduate School Admission Requirements for your program.
In the Student Enrollment Portal, click on “My Documents” and upload the corresponding documents to fulfill the Admission Requirements Listed in Step 1. Then submit the Letter of Recommendation Form and your Personal Statement.
Your Admission Counselor will connect you to your dedicated Financial Aid Officer to schedule your FA Appointment & receive assistance completing the FAFSA. On the day of your official FA Appointment, please be sure to have access to a computer with internet service or be prepared to bring the documents into a Keiser University campus location. In preparation of this appointment, collect your prior year income tax returns. Our FAFSA School Code is 015159.
Once you’ve accepted your financial aid funding plan, our registrars will schedule you for your courses throughout your entire degree plan from start to completion. If you have transfer credits exceptions may apply.
Your admissions counselor will assist you in ordering your books through our online bookstore. Standard receipt is 3-5 business days unless you order priority.
Option 1: Self-paced, accessed through Blackboard.
Option 2: Scheduled, live before each class start date with a second option after each class start date.
Speak with your Admission Counselor to discuss orientation requirements as applicable to your selected campus location.
At Keiser University, the class week runs from Monday through Sunday, midnight EST. You must login by Wednesday of week one to confirm your attendance in class. You must participate a minimum of 3 logins per week in the Blackboard classroom for each course. For campus students, please see your academic team for attendance requirements by program.
We understand that today's students have many responsibilities and obligations in their lives. At Keiser, we deliver the same quality education through different scheduling options to accommodate busy schedules. Whether you choose day, evening, or online classes, chances are, you will find a schedule that fits yours and allows you to fulfill one of the most important commitments you can make – a commitment to your education.
When you enroll in Keiser University's programs, you can pursue your educational goals anytime and anywhere you have internet access.
You have the option of taking just one or two classes at a time, allowing you to concentrate on learning while balancing your education with work, family and other responsibilities. With our “students first” focus and small classes, you'll receive personal attention from your instructors.
Keiser University's dedicated, accomplished faculty members are committed to your success. Our graduate faculty are prepared at the doctoral level and are actively engaged in the fields they teach. You’ll benefit from their wealth of knowledge and real-world experience.”
Keiser University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award certificates and degrees at the associate, baccalaureate, masters, specialist, and doctoral levels. Questions about the accreditation of Keiser University may be directed in writing to the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 by calling (404) 679-4500, or by using information available on SACSCOC’s website (www.sacscoc.org).