Keiser University – Tampa Campus
Keiser University – Tampa can be an excellent place for you to find the supportive, student-focused education you need to pursue a new career. Our Tampa campus offers associate, bachelor's, and graduate degrees in the fields of business, criminal justice, education, information technology, health care, and more.
Located on Waters Avenue near Veterans Expressway, we're also close to Interstate 275. Our convenient location with on-site parking makes our campus a great place for you to attend school if you're commuting from the surrounding area.
At our Tampa campus, you can get all your questions and concerns addressed from our departments with full-time staff. These departments include admissions, academic affairs, student services and financial services. Amenities at our Tampa campus include large classrooms, computer and medical labs, a library with computer work stations, a student lounge area, and a student services information and career center.
Discover our students-first environment; experienced instructors; and practical, hands-on learning at Keiser University in Tampa, FL! We can provide you with the education, resources and support to achieve your career goals! Contact us today by submitting the form to the right.
Keiser University – Tampa is conveniently located at:
We have moved. Our new address is:
5002 West Waters Avenue
Tampa, FL 33634
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Keiser University Success Stories
I realize the amount of knowledge I gained and feel that the educational experiences have developed me in to a person who can move higher up the career ladder.”
I am a proud graduate of Keiser University’s Bachelor of Arts in Legal Studies program. I love the fact that in Keiser’s Legal Studies program, we not only learned the theory behind our laws, but also the practical application of them. We were taught to compose our legal documents 'from the ground up,' meaning we didn’t use previously formatted documents where there was just a template you plug information into. We actually constructed our legal documents according the court’s specifications; this enabled us to understand the 'how’s' and 'why’s' of legal document composition, as well as where to find these specifications if we need them in the future.
Many of our classes were conducted in a simulated legal office setting where we were given a set of facts and circumstances and asked to complete documents such as complaints, answers, interrogatories, requests to produce, motions for summary judgment, and appellate briefs by a particular deadline. We created other documents such as contracts, wills, trusts, and income tax returns. We also participated in mock trials where each of us played all parts of the prosecution, defense, and witnesses. The Legal Studies program at Keiser University provided us with an extremely thorough and relevant understanding of our legal system and the skills necessary to succeed in our profession.