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Undergraduate Admissions

Steps to apply

  1. Contact one of our friendly admissions counselors.
  2. Attend an open house or plan a campus visit (optional).
  3. Schedule a convenient time to meet with your admissions counselor to determine if Keiser University is right for you.
  4. Submit and comply with all Admissions Requirements.


To be considered for general admission to the University, all applicants must supply:

  • A completed Keiser University application or Common Application.
  • An official high school transcript with GPA at or above 2.7.
  • For those students who do not meet the 2.7 HS GPA, a Math and Verbal SAT score equal to or above 830, an ACT composite score equal to or above 17 or a score of 16 or higher on the University administered entrance exam (Wonderlic).

General admission requirements for transfer applicants:

  • A completed Keiser University application or Common Application.
  • A minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.0 on a 4.0 scale for all college coursework.
  • Official transcripts from each college previously attended. Official transcripts must be mailed directly to the Admissions Office.
  • Non-US colleges recognized by the USDE, it is needed third-party credentialing.

For more information about admissions requirements, please contact your Admissions Counselor or contact us at


Incoming freshmen students can apply for spring, summer or fall admission. You are encouraged to apply as early as possible before the start date of each session.

Session Start Date
Spring 2023  January 9th, 2023
Fall 2023  August 28th, 2023
Spring 2024  January 8th, 2024
Fall 2024  September 2nd, 2024


Application Forms

Step 1

Online Application

Enrollment Agreement (If you already fill the application form, please enter your name and fill the enrollment agreement forms)

PDF Version

Step 2

Pay the admissions fee

Send your documents

Official documents should be mailed to:

Admissions Office
P.O. Box 02-5640, #654
Miami, FL 3310

Admissions Office
Gasolinera UNO 2c. al Sur
San Marcos, Carazo, Nicaragua

Certified or registered mail is recommended.

Placement Exams

Academic Placement Determination

Entering students are tested for English and mathematics placement using diagnostic tests provided by Keiser University. Upon completion of the examination, students are notified which English and mathematics courses they must take.

New students at the Latin American Campus are also tested for Spanish placement unless transfer credit or credit by examination has been awarded. For more information about placement exams, please contact your admissions counselor or write us at

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