Keiser University dedicated its larger Tampa campus on Wednesday, a 117,000-square-foot building at 5002 W. Waters Ave. It includes 18 computer, medical and science laboratories to support students seeking careers.
Dedication participants included co-founder and Chancellor Arthur Keiser; co-founder Evelyn Keiser; Vice Chancellor Belinda Keiser; and Gregg Wallick, chairman of the board.
"The many technological advantages at this new facility will help to more effectively serve students pursuing undergraduate and graduate degrees," said Chancellor Keiser. "The growth at this campus from four students when it opened in 2005 to over 650 now has enabled us to expand our degree offerings and better meet the needs of the local community."