of the whole person is the goal of the university experience for each student
at Viterbo University. This development occurs chiefly through an academic
program conducted in a meaningful, growth-filled, Catholic, Franciscan environment.
Academic Resource Center
Academic Resource Center (ARC) provides academic support for graduate students.
Writing assistance is available both on line and face to face. The ARC does not
provide proof reading or extensive assistance on lengthy papers. For complete
information on writing assistance for graduate papers visit the ARC web page at
Viterbo University supports an accessible learning
environment where students with disabilities participate in the educational
experience. Through communication and partnerships among students, faculty and
staff, Viterbo University fosters student independence. Viterbo University complies with the
Rehabilitation Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act and Regulations to
the extent applicable to Viterbo University. Students eligible for services
should contact the Academic Resource Center.
with a diagnosed disability should contact the director of disability services
in the Academic Resource Center and provide appropriate documentation. Complete
information may be found at http://www.viterbo.edu/learncenter.aspx?id=1100
Todd Wehr Memorial Library
is a key partner in fulfilling the mission of Viterbo University by educating
students and enhancing the scholarship of the institution. The library engages
students in a variety of learning activities and provides responsive, reliable,
and user-centered information services. Services and resources include research
and reference help, electronic and print materials, interlibrary loan, computer
access, and study spaces for individuals and groups.
Library services may be
accessed in person on the first floor of Murphy Center, by phone at
1-800-848-3726 ext. 3270, by email at email@example.com, or through the
library’s Web page at http://www.viterbo.edu/library. For assistance with any
resource or service, please contact the library.
students are given a Blackboard and/or Moodle, email, and VitNet account.
Blackboard and Moodle are Viterbo University’s online course management
software for most programs. Blackboard and Moodle also serve as a repository
for certain guidelines and forms for communication. Instruction in its use will
occur within specific courses or
through an online training module. The assigned email address is used
throughout the duration of the student’s time at Viterbo University and is the official
means of communication to students. Students are responsible for reviewing all information transmitted to
their Viterbo account, and are advised to check it daily. Students may forward the Viterbo University
email to another email address. VitNet is the online
student information system and is used for registration, grades, and billing. A
Help Desk is available at 608-796-3870 or firstname.lastname@example.org
for assistance with computer, Internet, and Blackboard/Moodle