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INTRODUCING...FAPSC PLUS2: Learning from the Pros

A New Member Benefit

FAPSC Plus2:

A new tool for member schools to bring the knowledge and experience of those who have learned the hard way directly to your computer or phone. It is FAPSC "Plus" because it is an added value to your membership. It is "squared" because the videos are both informative and instructive.

Please, gather your leadership team together and watch these short videos about building a great school by doing things the right way.

FAPSC wil be offering the videos on a linked portal in the future, but for now please access them through the FAPSC website.A new video will be available approximately once each month. 

We have heard about the importance of associations from Steve Gunderson and the importance of building a good team with Dr. Joe Pace. Today, enjoy Dr. Art Keiser.


Dr. Arthur Keiser

Arthur Keiser, Ph.D. is Chancellor and CEO of Keiser University and Chairman of the Board of Southeastern College (formerly Keiser Career College). These higher education institutions are comprised of 26 campuses located in the southeastern area of the United States and internationally, serving approximately 20,000 students and employing over 3,800 staff and faculty.  Together, with Evelyn Keiser, they founded Keiser University starting with just one student in 1977.

Dr. Keiser has served the higher education industry in various capacities for nearly 40 years.  He is currently serving his second term as a Board Member of the National Advisory Committee on Institutional Quality and Integrity (NACIQI), having been appointed by Speaker of the House, John Boehner. He also served as Chairperson of the Board of Directors of the Association of Private Sector Colleges and Universities (APSCU).  Dr. Keiser is a former member of the Jacob K. Javits Fellows Program Fellowship Board. He served as elected Chairperson and Board Member of the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges of Technology (ACCSCT).  He was appointed by the Governor of Florida to both the State Board of Independent Colleges and Universities and the State Board of Independent Postsecondary, Vocational, Technical, Trade and Business Schools. Dr. Keiser has also served as President of the Florida Association of Postsecondary Schools and Colleges (FAPSC).   

Dr. Keiser earned his doctorate in Higher Education Administration at the Union Institute and University in Cincinnati, Ohio. He wrote his dissertation on Benchmarking in Private Career Schools: A Preliminary Empirical Investigation in the Establishment of Quantitative Strategic Indicators in this Specialized Postsecondary Education sector.

During his four decades of experience within the higher education industry, Dr. Keiser has been a tireless leader for students, given numerous presentations, and published many articles and reports on various subjects relating to the private career schools and not-for- profit sectors. 

Most recently he presented as the guest of the Secretary General of China on the topics of Building International Campuses and Career Education in the United States. As Chancellor, Dr. Keiser has led Keiser University’s international growth with campuses in San Marcos, Nicaragua and Shanghai, China and learning centers in Seoul, Taiwan, and Moldova.  Keiser University has earned Level VI regional accreditation from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools signifying recognition of its expanded doctoral degree programs.

First and foremost, Dr. Keiser is committed to his family, students, philanthropy, and his community. Keiser University’s annual student needs-based and academic scholarship fund has increased to $44 million annually providing deserving students the support necessary to advance their lives and professions through higher education. In further efforts to expand opportunities for aspiring students, Belinda and Arthur Keiser established the Keiser Mills Foundation to provide unique international, entrepreneurial, STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) and health care educational, leadership, and professionalism experiences at home and abroad. 

For Keiser University students, faculty and staff, Dr. Keiser and his family have set the example that community service is a responsibility.  Established partnerships and contributions of volunteer hours and resources are too numerous to mention, but a few near and dearest to Dr. Keiser, his family, and the University include the American Diabetes Association (ADA), the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, March of Dimes Foundation, Legal Aid Services of Broward County, the American Heart Association, Susan G. Komen Foundation and many, many more. 

Over 20 percent of the KU student body is classified as military students or family members of military personnel and for several years, Dr. Keiser has spearheaded charitable giving for related organizations to meet their needs in recognition of their service and sacrifice. The children of deployed service members are recipients of Keiser University’s annual Operation Homefront holiday toy drive. Dr. Keiser has sponsored hundreds of Keiser University employees and students competing in the annual Tough Mudder competition to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project, and other local Veterans’ initiatives throughout the 15 communities in which KU campuses are located. 

Dr. Keiser resides in Parkland, Florida with his wife Belinda Keiser of Community Relations and Student Advancement.  Their son, Robert Keiser, is a bachelor’s and master’s degree graduate of George Washington University.








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