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The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) Viterbo University Policy Introduction The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, as amended, is a Federal law which states (a) that a written institutional policy must be established and (b) that a statement of adopted procedures...
Iowa Core (Required) Course Schedule: Master of Arts in Education Online Classes: EDUC 623: Teacher Leadership & Professional Learning, Oct. 23–Dec. 18, 2017 Instructor: Susan Pecinovsky EDUC 600: Ethical Issues in School and Society, Jan. 15-March 16, 2018 Instructor: Darren Hanna EDUC 623:...
Jodi Reider
Academic Advisor

 MRC 373
Employees and students can reserve rooms in the library for study or group work. To reserve rooms 110, 114, 139, and 201, sign up at the main desk for any day throughout the fall semester. To reserve rooms 103 (includes large screen TV and computer), 135 and 137, sign up for same day use at the...
Post date: Friday, September 29, 2017 - 12:38
MAE with WI Cross-categorical Special Education License Viterbo's unique MAE with WI Cross-categorical Special Education 801 License program prepares teachers to strengthen their instructional practices, increase achievement for all students, and become educational leaders of the future. As a...
Carolyn Troha
Assistant Professor

 RCE 016
Michael Wodzak
Associate Professor

 RCE 219


Friday, Nov. 4 , 2016 (All day) to Friday, Nov. 11 , 2016 (All day)
Andrea Pelloquin
Coordinator, Wisconsin Off-campus Graduate Education

 West Allis
Laurie Kessler
Education Program Coordinator

 MRC 433
Tuesday, June 20 Snapchat Takeover: Viterbo sophomore Griffin Finnestad will take over the viterbosnaps Snapchat account today. He’s studying abroad in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Abstract Submission Form

Easels and boards will be provided. You must bring your own mounting pins. One presenter must be at least a baccalaureate prepared Registered Nurse. For questions regarding submission, contact Mary Ellen Stolder at 608-796-3625 or email .
Ted Wilson
Professor, Biology/Assistant Dean/Education Certifying Officer

 RCE 225
Monday, July 10 One hundred forty Master of Arts in Education students will be on campus this week July 11–15 for Proseminar. Commencement will be at 2 p.m. Friday in the Fine Arts Center Main Theatre. Employees are invited to a meet and greet with Tracy Stewart, vice president for academic affairs...
Change Your Life, Change the World. MASL Program Guides MASL Course Rotation 2017 - 2022 MASL Sample Course of Study 5 Summer Semesters, 1 Fall Semester, Summer 2017 start - Fall 2021 4 Semesters, Accelerated Pace, Fall Semester 2017 start 3 Summer Semesters on Campus, 2 Fall and 2 Spring Semesters...
2017 Alumni Awards
Distinguished Alumni Awards Nomination Form | 2016 Recipients | 2015 Recipients | 2014 Recipients | 2013 Recipients | 2012 Recipients | 2011 Recipients | Past Recipients Community Service - Irene TenEyck '06 Irene TenEyck was born the second oldest in a family of six children. Growing up, Irene’s...
Justin McKnight
Academic and Career Advisor

 MRC 339
Students, get an overview of FAFSA, student loans, and scholarships, and how they may play a role in financing your education.


Wednesday, Nov. 1, 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm, 2017
Matthew Bersagel Braley, religious studies and philosophy and servant leadership, speaks to students about the benefits of studying abroad and the many opportunities to do so at the Study Abroad Fair Sept. 3 in the Student Union.
Post date: Tuesday, October 21, 2014 - 23:02