Keiser University College of Golf does not have a handicap requirement to attend our school. However, since playing golf is a part of the curriculum, you should speak to an Admissions Counselor to determine if your playing ability is appropriate for the curriculum and golf career path you are seeking. Certain golf jobs require playing ability, while others do not. Request our Free Golf Career Guide to learn more about golf job opportunities.
Yes we do! All students can attempt to qualify for one of our intercollegiate golf teams. The teams compete in NAIA and NCCGA sanctioned events on a regional basis. Talk to one of our Admissions Counselors for more details.
Yes. Credit for courses or degrees completed at another institution is subject to approval by the Dean of Academic Affairs. These courses or degrees must be similar in content and duration to those offered in the program for which an applicant has applied. The Dean of Academic Affairs makes a temporary evaluation from unofficial transcripts. However, only courses listed on official transcripts receive permanent official transfer credit: Students are responsible for requesting official transcripts from previous universities.
Access to a computer for class assignments is a necessary part college; however students are not required to have their own computer. The Flagship Campus has a fully equipped library, computer lab, and several other computer stations throughout the campus.
A variety of Federal Financial Aid and Veteran’s benefits are available for those who qualify. These may include Grants & Scholarships as well as Student Loans. See the Financial Services section for more details.
All applicants to the College of Golf at Keiser University must provide:
Verification of high school graduation or GED completion.
An official high school transcript must be sent directly from the graduate’s high school/school district or official GED scores sent directly from the appropriate GED testing center or records center.
An entrance exam is required if the student does not have the results of a Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) or American College Testing exam (ACT). If available, the required scores are either a combined score of 1420 on the SAT or a composite score of 17 on the ACT.
Keiser University has been approved as an eligible institution by the United States Department of Education to participate in Federal Financial Aid Programs. Please note students must be citizens or permanent residents of the United States in order to be eligible for Federal funding. Keiser University has several institutional and Federal Aid programs available to students who qualify – see the Financial Services page for more details.
Since our start in 1977 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Keiser University has grown to be one of the largest independent colleges in Florida with multiple locations throughout Florida. Keiser University College of Golf continues the student first tradition.