Yesterday I started my overview of Keiser University, the leading post-secondary university in Florida. As I mentioned, Keiser was founded by a mother-and-son team that saw a need in adult education. Their brain child, Keiser University, has spread across the state satisfying the educational needs of working adults.
Thirty years ago, a man named Arthur Keiser embarked on a research study that never truly ended. While working at a state university, he saw a gap between what traditional universities were offering students and what students really needed. Arthur began studying how education in the United States is evolving, specifically exploring why the existing educational system was overlooking the educational needs of working adults.