Florida's Statewide Career University Celebrates 30 Years

by Kelli Lane - Date: 2007-06-14 - Word Count: 207 Share This!

The Keiser family launched their first college, with one student and two classrooms, in Fort Lauderdale, Florida in 1977. Today, with approximately 9,000 students and 13 campuses statewide, this higher-learning institution is celebrating 30 years of educational excellence by becoming Keiser University.

Keiser University offers master's, bachelor's and associate degrees, and career-advancement programs. And, while the name has changed, the tradition of "students first" remains Keiser University's motivating principle. This student-centric approach ensures the highest teaching standards, classroom achievement and leading graduation and job placement rates throughout the state.

This decades-long focus on students and employer needs makes Keiser University Florida's premier career university. "Keiser University specializes in helping students pursue degrees in high demand fields throughout Florida. Whether obtaining an associate degree or attending our graduate program, we emphasize small classes, an innovative one-class-at-a-time educational
model, and flexible scheduling- all of which accommodate working students. Our career-oriented programs are structured to help graduates successfully transition into their chosen profession. In fact, our dramatic growth the past 30 years is a direct result of this proven approach to delivering quality career education that meets Florida's workforce demands," said Dr. Arthur Keiser, Chancellor and CEO of Keiser University.

Discover the Difference a Career University Can Make! Phone 1-888-534-7379.
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Kelli LaneKeiser University Public Relationswww.keiseruniversity.edu

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