At Keiser University, service to our students, our communities, and Florida has always been at the heart of our mission. For over 45 years, Keiser University has been committed to producing the critical talent required to address Florida’s workforce needs and ensuring our graduates are prepared to make a positive impact in their communities. This commitment is evident through Keiser’s role as the largest producer of nurses in Florida and our ranking as the No. 1 school in the country for Social Mobility by U.S. News and World Report. To continue our service to the community and our students, we see an incredible opportunity to change lives by building a new aquatic center on our Flagship Campus. This aquatic center will have a state-wide impact and provide a home for the National Champion Seahawks swim teams, become an economic engine for sports tourism in Florida, and a venue for children to learn to swim.

For questions or to learn more about the Aquatic Center, please contact:

Annie Gannucci
[email protected]


Founded in 1977, Keiser University serves over 20,000 students at its 21 Florida campuses and two international sites. Offering nearly $44 million in academic and need-based scholarship funds annually, the University provides a statewide economic benefit of over $3 billion a year, positively impacting over 30,000 Florida jobs. Students benefit from attention from professors who are passionate about their success. Keiser University thanks the community partners and individual donors who continue to play an important role in transforming student’s lives.