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World Languages are an integral part of the liberal arts education at Viterbo University. Based on American Council on Teaching Foreign Language (ACTFL) standards, we strive for offering students insights into today’s interconnected global society through community involvement, study abroad,...
The study abroad application deadline is today. For questions or more information contact Taylor Corbett at ticorbett@viterbo.edu or 608-796-3170.

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Monday, Oct. 1 , 2018 (All day)
Are you interested in or have questions about studying abroad? This event is a great opportunity to learn more. For additional questions, contact Taylor Corbett, study abroad, at ticorbett@viterbo.edu or 608-796-3170.

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Wednesday, Sep. 5, 9:30 am to 2:30 pm, 2018
Attend this session to explore how study abroad opportunities are open to all students, regardless of major, finances, or launguage abilities. You'll learn about the who, what, when, where, and why of study abroad during this engaging session. You'll be ready to discover the world as your classroom...

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Tuesday, Oct. 23, 2:00 pm, 2018
Viterbo usually offers two short-term study abroad courses each year. Faculty work in conjunction with the Office of Global Education to create and promote the course, and then are responsible for teaching it and leading the international travel experience in conjunction with the class. The travel...
Group of international students, posing for photo on Viterbo campus
As a Catholic, Franciscan institution focused on preparing students for faithful service and ethical leadership, Viterbo University strives to provide an educational environment that demonstrates our values of hospitality, contemplation, stewardship, service and integrity. We respect each student...
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Family Studies Minor The Family Studies minor is an interdisciplinary program which focuses on human development within the family context, the nature of family interactions and family issues, and family interactions within broader social institutions. The minor is beneficial to all students and...
Religious Studies at Viterbo Religion helps us to ask and answer essential questions about our relationship to God, self, others, and the world. Religious studies aims to investigate the nature of God while developing a mature worldview consistent with values promoting the common good. Religious...
Liberal Studies at Viterbo Tailor your own academic journey according to your interests and needs. This is the heart of the liberal studies program. Liberal studies is ideal for students with interests outside of, or across, traditionally-defined academic areas or for those seeking a bachelor’s...
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A student talks with Taylor Lewis, global education, about some of Viterbo's many study abroad options at the Study Abroad Fair Sept. 9. Last year, 75 Viterbo students studied abroad. Click for a WXOW news clip of the event .
Post date: Thursday, September 10, 2015 - 10:22
Getting Started Decide when and for how long you would like to study abroad: fall, spring, summer. One week to one-year options are available. Check out our short term options for spring 2019 on the left menu bar. Schedule an appointment to discuss your options with Taylor Corbett, Director of...
Why Religious Studies at Viterbo? Religion helps us to ask and answer essential questions about our relationship to God, self, others, and the world. As an academic discipline, religious studies aims to investigate the nature of God while developing a mature worldview consistent with virtues...

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