Two Keiser University Flagship campus faculty members were recently recognized for their work in establishing and growing the campus’ international programs.

The Flagship campus received the Keiser University Innovative Practices award at the university’s Convocation program thanks to the efforts of Glenn Swift, Program Director for General Education and Anelly Aranna, Program Director for English for Speakers of Other Languages. “As our campus welcomes learners from approximately 60 countries this academic year, we are thankful to professors Swift and Aranna for their work in educating and welcoming students, friends and international partners from across the globe. We are thankful to welcome a variety of international groups as we host a variety of programs including Study Abroad, English as a Second Language, Visiting Scholars, Global Village, and more,” said Flagship Campus President Dr. Gary Vonk.

Keiser University is proud of the international character of its student body and welcomes students from other nations. To learn more about the international student admissions process, please click here.