The most frustrating thing about Keiser is their financial aid department. It claims to be a non-profit private university but its seems to be completely opposite. Keiser's financial aid constantely requires students to re-fill out paper work. In one year I've had to fill out the same paper four times. The financial aid department is unorganized. On top of students having to worry about their school work or passing a test they also need to worry about being dropped from the school.
The parking lot. It needs to be fixed properly along with the parking area out back which needs cement.
Sometimes I felt like I was being sold an education as there was a strong focus on the payment and the courses were expensive. Also, the full tuition amount was not available at any time.
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