Roadways Sparkle, Thanks to Keiser University Sarasota Campus Students

Sarasota, Florida residents are enjoying cleaner roadways thanks to Keiser University’s participation in the Keep Sarasota County Beautiful Adopt-A-Road project.

Led by Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) and Student Government Association (SGA) presidents Lee Wlaznik and Chris Neeley and promoted by Keiser University’s Sarasota campus Associate Director of Student Services Jordan Benedict, the eco-friendly program provides students a safe opportunity to become active community volunteers during the pandemic. The group is pleased to participate in the effort four times a year, while also supporting natural wildlife.

Keiser University faculty, staff, students, and university leaders regularly enjoy promoting positive change through community service and partnership opportunities.

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At Keiser University students always come first, our reputation was built in Florida. Keiser is a not-for-profit university with over 40 years of history, thousands of graduates on campus and online. Now, with a 100-acre residential campus, this can be your right fit. We are Keiser University!

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Keiser University is pleased to join forces with guest lecturer, and New York Times Bestselling author Don Yaeger, to offer The Greatness Leadership Initiative: Transforming the World in the Face of Change. This open, online course is available free of charge to all in the Keiser University community. Stay tuned for more information!

The Greatness Leadership Initiative: Transforming the World in the Face of Change