Admissions Counselor (Former Employee), Fort Lauderdale, FL – March 22, 2015
Visionary with ability to communicate effectively and collaborate to achieve organizational goals. Effective in building strong teams while creating a productive and positive work environment. A team leader with a successful track record of treating others fairly and professionally.
Not a place to feel secure even if you do a great job.
Former Vet/Student (Former Employee), Charleston, SC – March 10, 2015
Southeastern generally has a decent faculty; the students are the true asset but the staff's days are spent mostly covering their tracks. Financial aid should be watched carefully and student services puts on a good front but really is lazy and has mastered the arts of procrastination and deception.
If you want to work somewhere and be micro managed and lead by people whom you cannot respect then by all means apply.
Financial Aid Officer (Former Employee), Miami, FL – February 12, 2015
Pros: rish knowledge to the employee profesionally
Cons: work schedule, no personal life
Keiser is an strong institutional education business with lot of challenge to accomplish as a professional. Very productive place but poor understanding from the administration with the staff who is the ones who leave everything there to make the university grow up with efficient and prestige of name.
Admissions Counselor/Coordinator (Former Employee), Sarasota, FL – January 31, 2015
Pros: the best part is helping students get into to school that couldn't otherwise anyplace else.
Cons: not the best value
Great place for young college grads who have maybe had one other non related job. Good stepping stone for a more promising career for this demographic. For any other academic professional, I wouldn't count on being treated fairly by any sort of management personnel.