Keiser University-Latin American Campus

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Keiser University-Latin American Campus
Keiser University seal.svg
Motto Integritas, Veritas, Sapientia[1]
Motto in English Purity, Truth, Wisdom
Established 1993
Type Private[2]
Location San Marcos, Nicaragua
Former names
  • University of Mobile-Latin American Campus (1993-2000)
  • Ave Maria College of the Americas (2000-2007)
  • Ave Maria University-Latin American Campus (2007-2013)
  • Keiser University-Latin American Campus (2013)
Website Official website

Keiser University - Latin American Campus (KU) is a branch campus of Keiser University in Florida, United States.[3] It is located in the small town of San Marcos, Carazo, Nicaragua. It is the only American university in Central America offering a 4-year Bachelor of Arts degree in the areas of Biology, Business Administration, International Relations and Politics and Interdisciplinary Studies.

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The school uses the campus formerly belonging to La Antigua Escuela Normal de Señoritas de San Marcos.[4] From its founding in 1993, this school operated under the name University of Mobile, Latin American Campus in San Marcos and was operated by the University of Mobile. Ave Maria College acquired the school from the University of Mobile on July 1, 2000. The school was then called Ave Maria College of the Americas until it became the branch campus for Ave Maria University in 2007.[5]

The Ave Maria University was acquired by the Keiser University on July 1, 2013.[6]

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