Administrators, students, and staff at Keiser University have a list of things to celebrate Tuesday night.
They did it with community members and leaders during a reception on campus.
Keiser is celebrating 35 years of serving Florida and 20 years in Tallahassee.
It's also celebrating a new building and converting to a non-profit university.
Co-founder Arthur Keiser says, "It's amazing. We grew from one student 35 years ago, who was late, to today, we have almost 19,000 students. We're proud that where it was owned by our family, where now it's owned by the community. We're excited by that."
All of the dishes at the celebration were made by the student chefs.
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