Admissions Counselor (Former Employee), Fort Lauderdale, FL – March 11, 2014
Keiser is one of the worst place you can work for, its all politics in there. You are basically a telemarketer instead of an admission counselor. If you are a recent grad I guess it will be ok for you. The pay rate is ok. There is nooooooooooooooo room for growth and management are corrupt. At the interview they will portray Keiser as a wonderful company – more... to work for but please don't be fool. – less
Accounting and Finance Professor (Current Employee), Fort Lauderdale, Florida – February 14, 2014
As a professor, responsibilities are typically divided between teaching, research, and service. The teaching responsibility includes learning the materials, keeping up to date with current advances in both research and technology, choosing an appropriate textbook, preparing lectures, grading, and others. Research activities involve keeping up with current – more... research activities in my area of expertise. This includes reading journal articles, attending conferences, and staying in touch with other researchers in their field. Service activities involve serving on various committees of the department (e.g., the undergraduate program committee which evaluates the courses we require for majors and minors), college, campus (e.g., the business administration committee, which evaluates the courses students must take in order to gain sufficient "breadth" in their education), and the university system. Also perform service activities to the "academic community," such as organizing conferences, symposiums and academic contest. – less
Financial Aid Advisor (Former Employee), Fort Lauderdale, FL – January 28, 2014
Maintained regular proactive outreach to my portfolio of students, and initiated front-end tuition investment counseling discussions. Consistently assisted applicants in making informed tuition investment decisions by providing accurate and timely information on financing their education. Served as a respected liaison between 7 Admissions Advisors – more... and our internal financial aid processing office. – less
University caters toward providing degrees that are job driven.
Faculty Instructor (Former Employee), Fort Lauderdale, FL – January 21, 2014
Teaching business and management courses Real time accomplishments and challenges in the local and international business world Fellow instructors were passionate about the success of students Some Students non-interest in courses Some students passion for excellence
Admissions Counselor (Former Employee), Ft. Lauderdale, FL – December 9, 2013
Admissions Counselor. I worked as a consultant enrolling students. I move the student through the entire course structure, student loan availability and career options available at Keiser University; along with working closely with our 300 staff members.
financial aid (Former Employee), fort lauderdale – October 8, 2013
Cons: work life balance, benefits, mangement, financial aid process
Very unethical place very stressful place to work you really have no life because your to busy working. if you have another option trust me and take it financial aid and admission have it the worsr. i repeat HORRIBLE PLACE TO WORK