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Employers Letter of Support

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Recent Letters of Support

Broward Health

“We have consistently witnessed the nursing students outperform all most all other nursing program graduates in their critical thinking skills as evidenced via our validated assessments.”

Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare (RT)

“Keiser University plays a key role in providing a pipeline for future employment to Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare.  This program has proven, year after year, its effectiveness in preparing students to join the team in delivering world-class care to our community.  Keiser graduates continuously demonstrate great technical ability as well professionalism and organizational skills.”

Care Point Health and Wellness Center

“Keiser University is important to our organization and community because of the type of graduates they produce.  We have a very real shortage in (quality) healthcare workers in our community and I know KU works hard to reach, train and graduate quality people.”

Bethesda Hospital West (Baptist Health South Florida)

“Keiser University is important to our community because of the highly educated and qualified Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographers the University’s Diagnostic Medical Sonography program provides.  As both alumni and a current clinical preceptor, I can attest to the high level of education offered.”

Sheriff Walt McNeil, Leon County Sherriff's Office

“Keiser University plays an important role in our community by promoting students and helping them to reach their full potential.  The education that Keiser provides not only helps the graduates compete in the law enforcement profession, but it also provides them with a competitive edge to succeed in the workforce industry.”

Representative Mike Giallombardo

“As a member of the Florida House of Representatives and as an entrepreneur and business owner in our community, it continues to be a great honor to serve on the Keiser University Advisory Board.  In my three years as a board member, I have witnessed firsthand how Keiser University’s proactive and meaningful support has impacted our community in a myriad of positive ways.  Their distinct focus on graduating highly skilled medical professionals is truly an immeasurably valuable asset.”

HCA Healthcare

“I would highly recommend hiring any new graduate nursing students from Keiser University as Keiser has benefited our establishment with hiring quality nurses.  They still upon their students the drive and compassion to be the best nurse they can be all the while providing great bedside care.”

Port Richey Police Department

“Keiser University is important to our organization and community for the development of future law enforcement officers and or professional staff.”

Sarasota County Public Defender's Office

“Keiser University is important to our community because students are well trained and prepared to work in Criminal Justice field.”

Sarasota Chamber

“We have also had the opportunity to work and interact with Keiser students and continue to be impressed by the caliber of individuals that come through the Keiser programs.  The quality of students and graduates are professional and have the soft skills that employers are looking for in new hires.”

East Orlando Chamber of Commerce

“A distinctive benefit of being a student at Keiser is the one class per month model rather than the traditional 4 to 5 class schedules running concurrently during a semester.  At the end of a student’s tenure, they can graduate sooner than the traditional model potentially saving money in the long run.  These are impactful differentiators other area institutions don’t prove.  The University has a proven track record for attracting Veterans, which make up a significant portion of the student body.  Thus, creating a comfortable setting with other like-minded students who have returned to get their degrees.”

Letters from Previous Years