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Monday, April 8 Noon–2 p.m. Philanthropy Week Table – Murphy Center. Receive a free treat when you thank a benefactor or Viterbo community member by writing a note and taking a photo with the Instagram frame. Props available. Philanthropy Week Fact: Many of the campus buildings have been donated...
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Viterbo’s purposes are derived from the Gospel as reflected in the heritage of Saint Francis, Saint Clare, and the Franciscan Sisters of Perpetual Adoration who founded the institution. To offer baccalaureate liberal arts degree programs along with career and professional opportunities on both a...
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The San Damiano Cross is the one St. Francis was praying before he received the commission from the Lord to rebuild the Church. The original cross presently hangs in Santa Chiara (St. Clare) Church in Assisi, Italy. All Franciscans cherish his cross as the symbol of their mission from God. The...
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Tau —Francis used the Tau in the hope of salvation in his writings, painted it on the walls and doors of the places where he stayed, and used it as his only signature on his writings.
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Viterbo University began in 1890 as St. Rose Normal School, a preparatory school to train the Franciscan Sisters as elementary school teachers. The accredited school evolved into St. Rose Junior College, 1932; Viterbo College, 1939; and Viterbo University, 2000. The university takes its name from...
bottom is a play about sex trafficking written and performed by blank state theatre, St. Paul, Minn. It will be followed by a "Theology on Tap" discussion monderated by faculty of the religious studies department. Sponsored by religious studies and the La Crosse Task Force to Eradicate Modern...

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Wednesday, Jan. 27, 7:00 pm, 2016
 
Father Conrad Targonski, OFM joined students in a “What’s the hoopla about internships?” hula hoop contest in Assisi Courtyard. Prizes were awarded for longest hula hooping and most creative hula hooping.
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Former Northern Engraving exec talks about business, ethics By STEVE CAHALAN | The La Crosse Tribune Charles Gelatt learned a lot about business from his father, and later learned many lessons as president of Northern Engraving Corp., the retired businessman said Tuesday at Viterbo University...
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Kitchen Solvers officials talk about company's past, future By STEVE CAHALAN | La Crosse Tribune Gerald and Betty Baldner were excited but nervous when they founded La Crosse-based Kitchen Solvers Inc. in 1982, Gerald told listeners Tuesday as part of Viterbo University's Brown Bag lecture series...
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Who can stay on campus? A student who is either registered for fall 2018 classes or graduating at the end of the 2018 summer term. If you are either a student graduating in May 2018 (and in need of summer housing), or a student that would like to request special arrangements, contact residencelife@...
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The National Academic Advising Association (NACADA) is an organization of professional advisers, faculty, administrators, students and others from a variety of settings who do academic advising or otherwise work to promote quality academic advising on college and university campuses. As members of...
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Apply here (Applications open in October) Click here to make a gift to the scholarship Past Recipients Each year Viterbo University awards, in the name of Celestine Cepress, FSPA, one or more one-time $1,000 minimum scholarship(s) to freshmen or transfer students who are a legal child of a Viterbo...
Viterbo University is proud to host an eight-week, student-faculty collaborative research program involving research teams from a variety of disciplinary perspectives. Viterbo undergraduates have the opportunity to work closely with a faculty mentor to develop meaningful research questions and/or...
The Viterbo University School of Letters and Sciences presents Poverty and Children: It's About All of Us January 30–February 1, 2005 All of the world's spiritual traditions encourage compassionate outreach to the poor, to the lowly, to the weak. No religious tradition is more concerned with the...
About Recreation and Leadership Mission The mission of Recreation and Leadership is to provide recreational, health, and wellness opportunities to Viterbo University students and campus community. This is achieved by: Provide access to quality facilities, programs, and equipment. Offer activities...
The Social Work Program offers a trip to Chicago to teach students about social work in an urban setting and with very diverse client populations. We spend time eating, shopping and exploring the ethnic neighborhoods of Chicago including the Indian-Pakistani neighborhood, Chinatown, the Pilsen-...
Mission The Dahl School of Business values every student and prepares each one to make a difference as an ethical and effective leader in organizations and society. Vision Our vision is to be the school of choice in our region for dynamic, personalized, ethics-based business education. Every...
Athletic Training Club Forms Club Directory Important Dates Facility/Field Usage Join a Club Start a Club About Sport Clubs are organized and led by Viterbo students. Clubs are encouraged to have faculty/staff advisors. Clubs are assisted in advertising their events, soliciting membership, and...
When someone we care about is distressed it is hard to know what to do. As a community we can help each other find the resources and help to address the concern at hand. "I am seeing some behavior changes in a student/friend and I am not sure if I should report it, what can I do to help?" Sometimes...
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Sometimes it's hard to know what to ask when searching for the right program for you. This web page was designed by nursing faculty at Viterbo University to help you make an informed decision when choosing the best college. Ask these questions at other schools and see how their answers compare to...

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