Keiser University takes a holistic approach to admission, considering each application as it is submitted throughout the academic year.

Applications for full-time undergraduate students are accepted on a rolling basis and decisions are made when applications are complete.

KU has simplified the application process to be more holistic and inclusive of student strengths and accomplishments. Students have the choice to submit SAT/ACT scores, or cumulative GPA or showcase their individual strengths in other ways.

First-Year Students Admissions Steps

Check out our easy-to-follow admissions steps. We’ll guide you from the beginning of the application process all the way to acceptance!


Apply to Keiser University

The process of becoming a Keiser University student begins here. You can apply for enrollment and begin the financial planning process.

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Pay My Application Fee


Send My Transcripts

Send us your official high school transcript. You’ll need to speak with someone in your high school’s student records office about sending us your transcript.

Send by E-mail

You can also send your transcripts by mail to:
2600 North Military Trail, West Palm Beach, FL 33409


Send My Test Scores

SAT 5162
ACT 6753

Send by E-mail

You can also send your transcripts by mail to:
2600 North Military Trail, West Palm Beach, FL 33409


Apply for Financial Aid

Be sure to apply for financial aid. KU offers many scholarships and awards. First submit a FAFSA to determine your eligibility.

View KU Scholarships & Awards

How to Apply for Finanacial Aid

Quick FAQs

When is the application deadline?

KU has rolling admissions meaning we accept applications throughout the year; however, we encourage applications to be submitted by the scholarship priority deadlines of March 15 for the fall term and November 15 for the spring term.

Can I round up when entering my grades or GPA?

No, you should not round up; you are expected to submit your unweighted GPA as it appears on your high school transcript.

I’ve taken AP/IB/College Courses? Will they be considered for admissions?

Yes, AP/IB/College courses will always be considered for admission. After admission, courses and exams will be reviewed for college credit. Official transcripts are required in order to award college credit.

Do you offer scholarships?

Yes! We offer a variety of merit based scholarships ranging from $2,000 to $19,000. Merit based scholarships are awarded by admissions, but additional scholarships may be offered through other opportunities Need based scholarships are awarded by The Office of Financial Aid and are based on the FAFSA. Scholarship information can be found on the Financial Aid and Scholarships page.

When and how do I submit my FAFSA?

The federal government typically releases the FAFSA Oct. 1st of the student’s senior year. Keiser Flagship’s School Code is 015159. To access the FAFSA including directions on how to submit it, visit https://studentaid.gov/h/apply-for-aid/fafsa.

I was a former Keiser University student, how do I apply?

You will apply as a Re-entry Student. If you have enrolled in another college after Keiser University , you will need to submit an official copy of your transcript for any and all school(s) attended.

What is required to be considered for admissions?

Completed Application; $55 Application Fee or Application Fee Waiver; Official High School Transcript*; Official Standardized Test Scores (SAT/ACT)*; Letters of Recommendation, Personal Statements, Resumes, and other supporting documents will be considered but are not required.

* Students have the choice to submit SAT/ACT scores, or showcase their individual strengths in other ways. If you decide to submit your official SAT/ACT scores, our SAT school code is 5162 and our ACT school code is 6753.

How will my application for acceptance be reviewed without a SAT or ACT score?

We will review other parts of your application like your overall GPA, personal qualifications, short answer questions, co-curricular activities, community involvement and overall potential for success.

I’m a Dual Enrollment student. Do I still apply as a freshman?

Yes. Even though you may be transferring up to an associate’s degree, this is the first time after high school that you are enrolling in college; therefore, you will still apply as a freshman or first year.

After I submit my application, when am I notified of my admissions decision?

Once we receive all your application documents, we typically have an update within 2 weeks. If you have any questions about the process, please contact your admissions counselor for help.

I want to take courses but not for credit, how do I apply?

You will apply as a Non-Degree Seeking Student.

I’ve been accepted, now what?

CONGRATULATIONS! You’re on your way to becoming a Seahawk. We are excited for the opportunities ahead and we have created a page just for you outlining your next steps, https://www.acceptedseahawk.net/.

Contact your admissions counselor who can guide you through the process and answer any questions you may have.

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