I think that the worst thing about my school is the cost of tuition because, it is very expensive but, its all worth every penny.
There is nothing bad I have to say so far about Keiser University. I love it!
There arent many societies/ clubs available to join. Only like 3, and they have to be in your career of choice. Some career programs have none available yet.
Some of the deadlines are a little stressful.
The worse thing about the school is that there is no breakfast or meals offered there to eat, being a full time student gets you hungry and also helps you concentrate. Leaveing the school campus to get a meal takes time that could be spent studying at campus.
It is in Florida and I live in Ohio so it is very far away.
The amount of information that needs to be absorbed in a small amount of time.
The cost, most certainly!
The worst thing about my school is that it is very expensive.
The worst thing about Keiser University online is the lack of face-to-face interaction with fellow students and professors.
It doesn't have on-campus housing.
The worst thing about my school is the cost of tuition. Tuition works out to be about $6,500 each semester and I have to take out loans and pay some cash. This makes it difficult to attend this University.
The worst thing was the fact that many of the books were specific to the University so they had to be bought through the school bookstore at full price and could not be resold as they often changed.
nothing I love my school
It would be nice if they offered more opportunities for students to join clubs/sports teams. The campus does not have facilities for these types of things, they are more focused on academics.
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