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Admissions

Welcome to Admissions! 

Welcome to the Admissions Office at Keiser University Latin American Campus!

By choosing our university, you are investing in a model of education that aims to give its students something more than a degree to enter the labor market. You have entrusted us with the development of your greatest self. A US-Accredited degree close to your home, prestigious faculty, and engaging residential campus is the best recipe for a great college experience.

We are here to help you achieve your dreams. Don’t stop your learning, don’t stop your future!

Our admissions staff will be more than glad to help you!

 

Admission Requirements

The following section applies only to applicants/students at the San Marcos, Nicaragua Latin American Campus:

  • A completed Keiser University Application for Admission
  • An official high school transcript with un-weighted GPA above 2.8 or college GPA above 2.0 on a 4.0 scale
  • Transfer students:  For students with less than 24 credit hours, high school records are requested
  • An SAT (code 3840) score equal to or above 1580 or an ACT (4813 code) score equal to or above 22
  • Students whose native language is not English may be admitted with a minimum score of 500 on the paper based TOEFL exam (which is the equivalent of 173 on the computer based TOEFL or 61 on the internet based TOEFL).
  • One well-constructed essay on either of the following topics:
  • Describe why you would like to attend Keiser University and what you hope to gain from your time here (500 words)
  • Describe a character who has had an influence on you and explain that influence.
  • This person must be a character in literature or an historical figure.

Essays should be typewritten and demonstrate consideration for content as well as grammar style:

  • Two letters of recommendation from individuals not related to the applicant that provides thoughtful reflection on the applicant´s ability to succeed at Keiser University.  Two letters should include an academic reference from an academic source (teacher, guidance counselor, or tutor), as well as a character reference from a pastor or employer.

TANSFER APPLICANTS

In addition to Freshman requirements, transfer applicants must have a minimum college grade point average GPA of 2.0 (70 on a scale of 0-100) and official college transcripts from each college previously attended, whether or not credit was earned, must be mailed directly to the Admissions Office.  Transfer applicants who have passed 30 or more semester units of college coursework (non-remedial) in a regionally accredited U.S. college with a GPA of 2.0 or higher are exempt from the high school transcript and admissions exam requirements for Freshman.

Two letters of recommendation.  In some instances, a personal interview with a University representative may be required.

CONDITIONAL OR PROBATIONAL ADMISSION STUDENTS

Applicants who do not meet the established admissions criteria may be considered for conditional or probationary admission by the (faculty) Admissions Committee, Chaired by the Academic Dean.  Students admitted conditionally or on probation may be required to take remedial courses that do not count toward degree completion and/or attend counseling and tutoring in the Center for Academic Excellence and may also only be allowed to enroll in a limited number of regular degree-related courses. Grades for students admitted conditionally are reviewed at the end of the semester. Students who make acceptable progress and fulfill the conditions of their admission are allowed to continue their studies as regular students.

CLEARANCE TO REGISTER REQUIREMENTS

Applicants who appear to meet the minimum admission criteria for regular admission, but whose admission applications are still incomplete three weeks prior to registration, may be issued a “Clearance-to-Register.”  These applicants are then permitted to register for classes, with the understanding that their status as regular students admitted to the institution is not resolved until they submit the remaining materials necessary to complete their application. Failure to comply with the submission of all required documentation can result in suspension from classes unless rectified in a timely manner (one semester maximum).

Tuition and Fees

Initial fees
Application fee ( one-time change ) $50.00
Undergraduate Tuition and Fees
Full Time Rate – Resident Student ( 12 – 18 Semester credit hours )
Tuition ( per semester ) $8,014.00
Education Fee ( Technology, Activity and other Fees ) ( per semester ) $ 255.00
Part-Time and Over Full-Time Rate
Tuition for Students attending Three Quarter Time – 9 to 11.99 credits $6,010.00
Tuition for Students attending Half Time – 6 to 8.99 credits $4,007.00
Tuition for Students attending Half Time – 0 to 5.99 credits $2,004.00
Tuition for Students attending Over Full Time – 18.1 to 24 credits $10,017.00
Graduate Tuition and Fees
Full Time Rate – Resident Student ( 12 – 18 Semester credit hours )
Tuition ( per semester ) $12,583.00
Education Fee ( Technology, Activity and other Fees ) ( per semester ) $ 600.00
Part-Time and Over Full-Time Rate
Tuition for Students attending Half Time – 6 to 8.99 credits $6,292.00
Tuition for Students attending Over Full Time – 18.1 to 24 credits $13,632.00

All charges are due no later than the first day of class for each semester.

Special Fees

ID card $ 5.00
ID Replacement Fee $ 7.00
Drop/Add Fee $20.00
Dormitory Reservation Fee $25.00
Official Transcripts $25.00
Business Office Clearance ( Each Additional Copy ) $2.00
Duplicate Dormitory Key $16.00
Charge For Returned Check $30.00
Vehicle Registration ( Including Decal ), Per  Semester $20.00
Diploma Fee $850.00
Delayed Payment Charge ( Automatically Posted to Student’s Account ) $10.00
Officials Records Office Letters $2.00
Stamps for CNU Accreditation $30.00

Note: All fees are subject to change.

Admissions Staff

Miguel Sánchez Pupiro

Executive Director of Admissions

 

Mr. Sánchez is a graduate from the Latin American Campus, he holds a bachelor’s degree in computer information systems, postgraduates’ studies in Project Management and Marketing. Mr. Sánchez has more than 15 years of professional experience in customer experience, sales and marketing in diverse industries such as Telecommunication, Automotive, and Higher Education.

 

Anielka Baltodano
Admissions Counselor

Graduated from Psychology Major at UNAN-Leon in 2006, Anielka has been working as an Admissions Counselor for 11 years, committed to help student in their admissions process to join Keiser University.

Flavia De León
Admissions Counselor

Currently working as Admission Counselor at Keiser University for Nicaragua and Central America. She majored in Political Science and International Relations in 2013. Flavia is fluent English and Spanish. Flavia is committed with the success and career path of each of her applicants.

César Salcedo
Admissions Strategy Director

César is the Admissions Strategy Director and Admissions Counselor for students from the United States and Nicaragua. He earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of Mobile Latin American Campus with majors in Marketing and Global Business and received the Area Award for Marketing in the 1998.  He has been an Admissions Counselor at the Latin American Campus for both Ave Maria University and University of Mobile.

Hirydiam Zavala
Admissions Counselor, Nicaragua

Hyridiam holds a bachelor’s degree in marketing with concentration in Project management and Evaluation from Santiago Compostela University in Spain. She is currently an Ambassador for Young Ibero-Americans in Nicaragua. Hyridiam has solid experience in recruiting international students and familiar with financial aid processes.