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Brittni Bra | 2017

Brittni Bra graduated with an Associate degree in Paralegal Studies from the Online Division. She shares her story of success here: “I am a single mom of two kids who dropped out of high school due to so many struggles. I pushed myself to earn my GED, raise my kids [...]

Halloween is Celebrated at the Office of the Chancellor

The CRSA Team celebrated Halloween in grand style. Halloween was the closing ceremonies for the Cystic Fibrosis Fundraising that took place at the Office of the Chancellor. The day began with a pancake breakfast for employees of Keiser University. Then those who dressed in costume went office to office trick or treating. Fun [...]

Melissa Cordero | 2016

Keiser University’s Radiologic Technology program was by far one of the best experiences of my life. The program was very professional and intense but it molded not only me but also my classmates to prepare for the real world. I reached my goals of attaining a 4.0 GPA and receiving [...]

Anna Aramouni | 2015

Anna Aramouni, 2013 Associate of Arts in Accounting graduate and 2015 Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration Graduate and 2015 Graduating Class Valedictorian.  She is currently an Entrepreneur (Insurance Sales), Member of the KU Advisory Board and active Advisor in the Seahawk Entrepreneur Club.   Ann McLaughlin, Accounting Faculty attended her [...]

Vincent D’Abbene | 2017

Vincent D’Abbene recently graduated as the valedictorian from the Melbourne campus of Keiser University with his Bachelor of Science degree in Software Engineering. The question could be raised about how a self-proclaimed average student in high school was able to go on to achieve such academic success in college. Grit [...]

Credit Reporting Myths, Part 2

In our last post, we addressed three of the most common myths about credit reporting. Today’s contribution will continue addressing the concerns that I have heard from students about their credit and shed light on the reality of what really takes place. Paying off a past due account will remove [...]

Credit Reporting Myths Part 1

Your credit report contains information that has an impact on everything from where you live to what you drive and even where you work. During the last few months, I have fielded many questions about some of the information that may or may not actually be in the credit report, [...]

Hearn Joins Polo Grill and Bar as Executive Chef

Jaryd Hearn recently rejoined the staff of the Polo Grill and Bar, a Lakewood Ranch-based restaurant serving American cuisine, as its new executive chef. Hearn, who resides in Lakewood Ranch, returns to Polo Grill and Bar after working in Chicago for two years at the world-renowned Michelin 3-star restaurant Alinea. There, [...]

Maria Concepcion-Datiz | 2016

My experience at Keiser University was amazing. I was part of the Medical Assisting program and I really enjoyed all of my instructors. My favorite instructor was Professor Hannah. She always went out of her way to help us in any way possible because she wanted us all to succeed. [...]

Ruth Johnson Taylor | 1992

Prior to my tenure at Keiser, I was married and had 3 beautiful girls. I did not have any work experience. One day my husband and I were talking about the future. At that point, I realized that if something happened to my husband, I had little to no experience [...]