When asked to talk about her time at the Jacksonville campus, Ameilia Morrison shared this story:

“I started the Keiser work study program in May 2015 and was informed that the University had a partnership with the YMCA in the Yreads program so I started working with them; this school year is my second elementary school year with the program. I teach children in grades Kindergarten through 3rd grade how to read, we use the SIPPS learning curriculum- The SIPPS (Systematic Instruction in Phonological Awareness, Phonics, and Sight Words) program is a systematic decoding curriculum that helps struggling readers develop word-recognition skills and reading fluency quickly. We have the program Monday-Thursday from 2:00-4:30 and it is also held during the summer for 8 hours Monday-Friday I have been attending Keiser University since 6/30/14 when I enrolled in the Radiologic Technology program. However in my next to last prerequisite course (which was intro into psychology) I had an “ah-ha moment” and realized I should be taking Psychology. So that day on my break I went to admissions and the registrar and changed my program to B.A. in Psychology with a concentration in human factors. I am currently taking double classes once every term so I can graduate August 2017; hopefully I will be able to start my graduate program before 2018.”