If you are considering a Keiser University program that leads to professional licensure or certification, please review the “State Licensure Disclosure Information” linked to the program’s webpage on the university website at www.keiseruniversity.edu. Information regarding whether completion of the program is sufficient to meet licensure or certification requirements in a state for that occupation is provided. Also, it is advised that applicants seek guidance from the appropriate licensing or credentialing agency in your home state, or state to which you plan to seek employment, before beginning any academic program leading to licensure or certification as other requirements beyond academic preparation may apply. Keiser University is unable to guarantee that the program meets all of the requirements in your home state or the state you plan on seeking employment.
In order to comply with regulations regarding distance education, Keiser University is required to make the following disclosure to applicants and students completing their coursework outside of the state of Florida, including field experiences (e.g., internships, practicums, clinical placements), when their program of study customarily leads to professional licensure. The National State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement (SARA) of which we are a member, has no effect on state professional licensure requirements.
If you are unable to locate the correct information about professional licensure, or have difficulty obtaining the information you need, please contact the academic advisor for your program.
Out-of-state distance education students participating under SARA (State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement), who have completed the internal institutional grievance process and the applicable state grievance process, may appeal non-instructional complaints to the FL-SARA PRDEC Council. For additional information on the complaint process, please visit the FL-SARA Complaint Process page at http://www.fldoe.org/sara/complaint-process.stml.