Everglades University

Introduction to Everglades University

Everglades University is in Boca Raton, Florida, with two satellite campuses in Sarasota and Orlando. The school began in 1998 after Arthur and Belinda Keiser bought American Flyers College.

The following year, the name changed to Everglades College and relocated to Fort Lauderdale. At Everglades, the goal is to give adult learners from all backgrounds a chance to further their education through innovative programs that produce results, both on campus and online.

Student Life at Everglades University

The school currently offers degree programs designed for working professionals, which highlights flexible scheduling that will accommodate busy students. Small class sizes mean that individuals receive more attention, while the quality faculty means students are learning from professionals in related fields with real work experience. Classes focus on both the academic and technical side of the subject area.

FAQs on Everglades University

What is the Accreditation Status of Everglades University?

Everglades University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACS) to award bachelor’s and master’s degrees. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call 404-679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of Everglades University.

What Are the Requirements for Admission to Everglades University?

Students desiring to enter the University should contact the Admissions Office or log on to their website at EvergladesUniversity.edu to submit an application. Students should submit their applications well in advance of the date they desire to enter the University to permit proper scheduling and assure availability. Local applicants are encouraged to visit the University in person. The University uses a rolling admissions policy. Applicants will be notified of their acceptance or rejection to the University. All Admissions services are conducted on an equal opportunity /equal access basis.

Can I Receive Financial Aid From Everglades University?

Everglades University does its best to provide financial assistance to students in need. Incoming students should fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to determine eligibility for government funded loans and grants, as well as apply for the Florida Student Assistance Grant and the Everglades Academic Competitiveness Grant. Students are also encouraged to make an appointment with the Financial Services Administrator regarding tuition costs.

What Are the Career Possibilities With Everglades University?

Everglades currently offers eleven undergraduate degrees in Alternative Medicine, Alternative and Renewable Energy Management, Construction Management, Surveying Management, Aviation/Aerospace, Crisis and Disaster Management, International Business, Business Administration, Environmental Policy and Management, Land and Energy Management, and Hospitality Management. The school also provides students with four master's degree programs in Business Administration, Avation Science, Entrepreneurship, and Public Health Administration.

What Notable Individuals Have Graduated From Everglades University?

Thomas H. Clark did not know how to proceed when he left the U.S. Air Force, although he knew he wanted to continue his education. He found Everglades University and felt perfectly suited to the one subject per month schedule. Clark got so much support, including personal attention from the department chair, that he was able to meet all the requirements, earn a degree and get a job at a major aerospace corporation.

For more information about our graduation rates, the median debt of students who completed the program, and other important information, please visit their website at, EvergladesUniversity.edu/consumer-info

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