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Keiser University – Tallahassee Campus

If you're searching for career education in the Tallahassee area, you should take a look at Keiser University – Tallahassee! Our student-focused environment, experienced instructors and career-specific programs can make our school the perfect place for you to pursue your professional goals. We offer associate, bachelor's, and graduate degree programs in the fields of business, criminal justice, information technology, education, health care, law, and more. Our Tallahassee campus also offers a Culinary Arts, and a Baking and Pastry program.

Our campus is located near the intersection of Interstate 10 and Thomasville Road. We're close to the beautiful Alfred B. Maclay Gardens and Lake Jackson and just fifteen minutes from the airport and State Capital.

At our Keiser University – Tallahassee campus you can enjoy the convenience of our full-time staff in departments, including admissions, administration, academic affairs, student services and financial services. Our campus offers large classrooms, medical and computer labs, a library with computer work stations, a student lounge, and a student services information and career center. You can also take advantage of our on-site parking!

Learn more about how you can benefit from Keiser University's hands-on, practical, collaborative learning. Contact our Tallahassee campus today by submitting the form to the right!

Keiser University – Tallahassee is conveniently located at:

1700 Halstead Boulevard
Tallahassee, FL 32309

Graduate program classrooms located at 1276 Metropolitan Blvd.

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Keiser University Success Stories

Keiser University had everything I needed in regards to location and class schedules. Its convenience allowed me to be able to perform my military duties and still attend class without interruption.”

Tiffany D., SSGT, USAFR, Culinary Student

I also had my associate degree in Radiology from Keiser University. The reason why I chose Keiser University for my bachelor’s degree is the scheduling system. I like the idea of having one class at a time every month. It also suits mothers like me who have to pick up their kids after school. I am proud to be a student of Keiser University.”

Zareen K., BS in Health Science Student

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