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Viterbo University Financial Literacy Program

Celebrate Money Smart Week in La Crosse, April 5-12, 2014

Click here for a list of financial literacy related events in the community throughout the week!

Viterbo University will also hold a series of on-campus events to recognize Money Smart Week.
Viterbo University Money Smart Week Events

Bryce Bartruff, Author of God, Your Money and You, to host workshop at Viterbo University on Friday, April 11

Bryce Bartruff

In conjunction with Money Smart Week 2014 (April 5-12), Viterbo University is pleased to welcome author Bryce Bartruff to campus on Friday, April 11.  Mr. Bartruff will be presenting a workshop on Fiscal Fitness from 12:20-1:15pm in the Viterbo University School of Nursing Building - Room 196, followed by a short break and then a Q&A session and book signing.  Admission is free and open to the public.  Attendees are welcome to bring a lunch and cookies and refreshments will be provided.

For more information about the author and his seminars, please visit his website:

Fiscal Fitness Brochure

God, Your Money And You

Viterbo University's Financial Literacy Mission Statement

At Viterbo University, we believe every student should graduate with sound financial literacy skills that can be utilized in the pursuit of lifelong financial wellness.  Our goal is to provide students with the tools and resources necessary to help them understand their finances, to define and develop their money management practices, and to offer direction on how to implement an effective financial strategy that will foster personal and professional growth.

Our Financial Literacy Committee is comprised of seven Viterbo administrators and faculty members and we welcome and appreciate the support we receive from various campus departments and student organizations.  For additional information about financial literacy and our program or if you have questions, comments or suggestions, we would be happy to hear from you.  Please feel free to email us at  You are also welcome to stop by the Student Help Office in Murphy Center Room 337.

Viterbo University and its respective associates and employees cannot provide legal, accounting, or tax advice or services. All individuals have unique circumstances regarding their personal financial situations and should seek personal, professional, and expert advice based on their particular circumstances. Financial literacy resources are provided for informational purposes only.