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academic advising
Resource Materials Advising The Advising Process The Do's of Academic Advising The Don'ts of Academic Advising Strategies of Advisement A Student is… Because the Student Responsibilities of the Advisor Advisor/Advisee Meetings New Advisees Continuing Students Advisor Behaviors Interpersonal Advisor...
Logan Beatty
Advisor on College Affordability

 608-796-3393
 MRC 375
 ljbeatty@viterbo.edu
Initial Educator Standards: CEC Initial Level Special Educator Preparation Standards Memberships and Subscriptions: Council for Exceptional Children Department of Public Instruction Requirements and Resources: https://dpi.wi.gov/sped/educators/consultation/cross-categorical Wisconsin Foundations of...
Applicant Resources: Reading Teacher Application and Financial Aid Checklist.pdf Viterbo University: Graduate Catalog Reading Specialist License 17 Master of Arts in Education (MAE) Campus Book Store Department of Public Instruction (DPI): Wisconsin Teacher Standards When must a teacher be licensed...
Memberships and Organizations: Wisconsin State Reading Association (WSRA) International Literacy Association (ILA) Department of Public Instruction: Reading Teacher 17 License defined License applications and renewals Wisconsin Foundations of Reading Test (FoRT) Viterbo University: Graduate Catalog...
 
Because interviews continue to play a crucial role in the job search process, students seeking employment should take steps to be aware of recruiter expectations and practices. A panel of area human resource professionals will be on campus to share information with students about interviewing for...
Post date: Thursday, March 31, 2016 - 10:32
academic advising
Math and English Placement is determined using the ACT subject scores. A Spanish Placement test is required for those students who wish to pursue Spanish coursework at Viterbo and have had previous coursework at the high school level. A student who has successfully completed (grade of C or higher)...
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Partnership Program The Partnership Program exists to establish ongoing relationships between the library and academic departments. The program is composed of library staff and faculty working together to enhance communication and improve library resources and services. For more information, see...
Regular Hours of Operation Window: Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Office: Monday - Friday, 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Important Dates Spring 2018 Jan. 2, 2018 - First day to charge books at the bookstore Jan. 12, 2018 - Deadline to confirm enrollment with the Business Office for all students...
academic advising
One of the basic concepts in Reality Based Academic Advising is that of "success" and "failure" identity. People with a positive self concept—people who feel loved and able to do worthwhile things—can be classified as "success identifiers." The "success identifier" may have a bad day now and then...
career services
Why Grad School? There are a number of reasons pursuing a graduate degree is a good move for many individuals: It is something that can set you apart from those who have earned a baccalaureate degree. It may make you more marketable and more skilled at what you do. It may provides you with a sense...
For the 25th year, Viterbo University will host Camp Creative, which will be held at the Viterbo University Fine Arts Center June 25–29 from 8:30 a.m.–noon. Children ages 5–11 are welcome and must have completed kindergarten to attend.
Kasie Von Haden
Academic Advisor

 608-796-3062
 MRC 321
 klvonhaden@viterbo.edu
Ways to Learn About Diversity on Campus: Stop into the Inclusion and Diversity Center (MC579) - The Diversity Center is full of books and resources! Participate in the Identities Project Office of International Student Services D.B. Reinhart Institute for Ethics in Leadership Lecture Series...
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ProSeminar Commencement will be held Friday, July 15th in the Viterbo University Fine Arts Center Main Theatre at 2 p.m. (Master of Arts in Education only) Summer Candidates for Graduation Driving Directions Ceremony Etiquette and Instructions A cap, gown, and hood are required academic apparel. (...
academic resource center
Reading Assistance College Reading Strategies (UNST 102 - 1 cr) is an eight-week course for freshmen and sophomores explores strategies for becoming more effective readers and learners involves "work smarter" lectures, exposure to reading strategies, and exercises for applying reading skills...
academic resource center
What is it? Writing specialists will offer help at any stage of the writing process and answer questions about formatting in APA, MLA, AMA, and Chicago Style. Specialists DO NOT proofread papers. Rather, they model correct writing practices. Comments are restricted to structure, coherence, grammar...
Job Banks Career Fairs Company Research Networking Job Offer Evaluation Salary Negotiation Turning Down a Job Offer Leaving a Job Local and National Job Sites: Purple Briefcase : Viterbo's online job and internship board. The system allows you to create a customizable profile and upload a resume...
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SERVICE AND PHYSICAL ADDRESS PHONE NUMBER WEB ADDRESS Police, Fire and Medical 911 co.la-crosse.wi.us/emergencyservices/dispatch/ La Crosse Police Non-Emergency Dispatch 608-785-5962 Mayo Franciscan Healthcare, Emergency and Urgent Care Center, 700 West Avenue South, La Crosse 608-392-7000...
Information literacy is one of the foundation requirements and will be developed in English 103, 104, 105 or 195. Students who have not met this requirement can take a one-credit information literacy course (UNST 301) or another course that fulfills this requirement. Students may also be able to...

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