Frequently Asked Questions

The Keiser University Alumni Association is a professional organization advancing the mutual interests of our alumni and Keiser University, a not-for-profit university.  The Keiser University Alumni Association is supported by volunteer alumni organized through each campus.    
It’s an app for iPhone or Android that will helps you keep up on the latest sports news from the Flagship Campus.  The app is also a fabulous way to stay connected to your Alma Mater! Get more details on how you can download it today!
The Office of Alumni Relations is currently issuing Alumni Membership Cards to interested Alumni. Starting in the Fall of 2016, all Alumni members will receive an Alumni Membership Card in the welcome packet. If you’re currently a member and don’t have an Alumni Membership Card, fill out Alumni Membership Card Application now.

There are Alumni Benefits attached to the card, like FREE tickets to home sporting events at Flagship Campus with presentation of card! Show your, “Seahawk pride” by carrying your Alumni Membership Card.

The Talon Club is a group of alumni and friends focused on the development of membership and the participation in networking and fundraising events.  The clubs goal is to maintain mutually beneficial relationships between the University and alumni through a variety of programs and benefits that will foster a spirit of service, involvement, and life-long commitment to the University. Talon Club Members agree to make an annual contribution at or above a minimum level to the Keiser University Alumni Association.  The benefits you receive from the Talon Club vary by the level of membership you choose.  The Talon Club can help you find former Keiser University friends and make new ones, build your professional and social networks, and continue your Keiser University education.  It’s up to you to determine the level of involvement that works for you.
Working Advantage is the premiere savings portal for more than 4,000 companies nationwide.  Keiser University Alumni Association has a valuable membership with Working Advantage and our graduates now have access to exclusive discounts for movie tickets, Broadway shows, online shopping, and much more.  Discount offers include up to 50% off popular attractions and stores.

To enroll in Working Advantage, go to the Working Advantage website and sign up to become a member by using Member ID 333042079.

Keiser University maintains active advisory boards in each program of study to ensure students receive the highest level of quality instruction. Board members meet semiannually to review curriculum, equipment, and facilities in order to provide students with state of the art materials to learn from. With over 2,500 Advisory Board Members serving our 18 campuses, this is a perfect way to network and get connected.  Our Advisory Board Members also serve as mentors to our alumni, providing their professional and personal experiences and expertise with graduates of Keiser University.
In the spirit of Seahawks helping Seahawks, the Keiser University Mentoring Program brings current students and alumni together to share their professional and personal experience. The connections made within the Keiser University Mentoring Program leave a positive impact on our campus community.

Once you are selected as a mentor, you will have the opportunity to advise students and fellow alumni on academic guidance, career advice and personal development. Opportunities to interact with students and alums alike include virtual chats, on-campus mixers and workshops, Seahawk athletic events, volunteer opportunities and social events.

Alumni do not have to be on campus to leave a footprint at Keiser University. Whether you are right down the street or across the globe, we invite alumni from around the world to become part of the Keiser University Alumni Mentor Program.

Alumni Ambassador Program / Alumni Board of Directors (non-policy making) – Each campus within the Keiser University system will provide two alumni members who will make up an Alumni Board of Directors.  The Alumni Board of Directors is a non-policy making board that will guide the Alumni Relations office as to social events, fundraising and community outreach. The state will be divided into regions: Northern, Central and Southern.  Meetings will be held every two months at a date and time that is mutually agreeable by members  Members on the Alumni Board of Directors will serve a one-year term. At that time, the campuses must select another representative to serve on the board. We want to keep the board fresh with new ideas and creativity.

If you have any additional questions about the Alumni Association, alumni benefits, or anything else related to the Keiser University Alumni Association, please contact us and we’ll get back to you shortly!