Keiser University is a regionally accredited, private, four-year career college offering bachelor and associate degrees. The main campus and the Online Education division are located in Fort Lauderdale with additional campuses located throughout the State of Florida and internationally.
Keiser University eCampus
Students enrolled in Keiser University's distance learning program have easy access to the latest online educational delivery methods. Through this regionally accredited college, courses can be taken on the Internet, from home, office or any convenient location at a time that fits a schedule.
Keiser University online programs are web-based courses, designed by qualified faculty and staff to create an interesting, interactive learning environment. Keiser's virtual classroom is comfortable, and courses can be taken easily by anyone with access to the World Wide Web. Lesson plans, assignments, and class schedules are posted online; while student/teacher interaction and student/student interaction also occur over the Internet. Scheduled discussions, email messages, live chats and real-time group discussions are a few of the opportunities for interacting during online course.
Online students have access to all Keiser University resources, from the bookstore to on-campus libraries. In addition, online access to information and services includes application, enrollment and registration procedures, financial aid information, tuition and fee information, course schedules and outlines, course demonstrations, faculty information and an email directory. An online student will also have access to online academic advising and technical support through email or telephone.
Before enrolling in an online course, University encourages students take Quick Quiz and view the Demo Course to see if online education fits learning style and current plans.
Students can submit an application online by visiting Online Admissions or contact the Admissions Department at the campus.
Tuition and Fees
The costs associated with Keiser University Online courses are the same as those for on-campus study. For more information about tuition and fees, please contact an Admission Counselor.
The Financial Aid Department at Keiser University provides assistance to students who need financial aid in order to pay tuition expenses at the University. The Financial Aid Department has established procedures which assure fair and consistent treatment of all applicants.
In addition to the Minimum Requirements, students should have the following:
* Windows 2000, NT, or XP Operating System
* Pentium II Processor
* minimum of 64 MB of RAM (minimum of 128 is recommended)
* 56K modem
* Sound Card
* MS Office Professional 2000
* Office Professional XP or Office 2003 (including MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint & Access).
Windows 95, 98 and ME users will need to upgrade to Windows 2000, NT or XP for compatibility with some courses or will need to have access to another computer with the newer operating systems for those courses requiring software installations.