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Deena Murphy
Grant Coordinator

 608-796-3075
 MRC 530
 dlmurphy@viterbo.edu

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Thursday, Feb. 4, 4:00 pm, 2016
CoSIDA Academic All-District Teams LA CROSSE, Wis. – On Thursday, the Capita One Academic All-District Soccer teams were announced and Viterbo University's Aaron Wagner (JR/Eau Claire, Wis.) was named to the All-District 3 First Team. Wagner is now eligible for the Capital One Academic...
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The transition from high school to college can be a challenge for many first-year students. As a result, the Viterbo University Office of Residence Life has developed a First-Year Experience (FYE) program designed to assist students in adjusting to college life and handling the rigorous academic...
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2017-2018 2018-2019 2019-2020 SEMESTER I Classes Begin August 28 August 27 August 26 Labor Day September 4 September 3 September 2 Mid-semester Break October 20 October 19 October 18 Thanksgiving Break November 22-26 November 21-25 November 27-Dec 1 Final Exams December 11-15 December 10-14...
Beth Gaedy
Math Specialist

 608-796-3192
 MRC 332
 emgaedy@viterbo.edu
Jane Eddy
Director/ADA Coordinator

 608-796-3194
 MRC 332
 jleddy@viterbo.edu
Carolyn Hanoski
Executive Administrative Assistant

 608-796-3080
 MRC 230
 cshanoski@viterbo.edu
Lindsay Cummings
Writing Specialist for Graduate Programs (pt)

 608-796-3190
 MRC 332
 lrcummings@viterbo.edu
Judy Ulland
Writing Specialist (pt)

 608-796-3197
 MRC 332
 jkulland@viterbo.edu
academic advising
The academic advisor is on the "front line" at Viterbo in dealing with students. It is a critical position, and the success or failure of the student's education and growth is influenced greatly by the advising function. In today's litigious atmosphere, the advising function is more critical than...
academic advising
Dear Colleague, Academic advising is recognized as an essential educational service provided by professional personnel at colleges and universities. The literature indicates that good advising results in improved academic performance and persistence as well as better student attitudes, self-concept...
academic advising
The courts have mandated that students receive due process guarantees of notice and hearing in disciplinary cases, but students with grievances concerning academic affairs, such as situations involving erroneous advising, disputed grades, or alleged arbitrary course requirements, generally find...
academic advising
Some students may be accepted on academic probation. These students need to achieve a semester GPA of 2.0 in order to remove the probationary status. At the close of each semester, students who have a cumulative GPA below 2.0 are placed on academic probation. A student must achieve a cumulative GPA...
academic advising
Demonstrate an understanding of what new students must go through in order to become matriculated. Provide referrals to other university resources when necessary. Help the student realistically assess their college major choice. Help the students attain their immediate educational goals. Provide...
academic advising
Advisors are selected to provide educational counseling for college students. To be effective, the advisor must recognize that each student has different abilities, interests, aspirations, needs, experiences, and problems. Academic advising cannot, therefore, be a mechanical, routine matter. The...
academic advising
Talking too much. You can't listen while you are talking. Not empathizing with the other person. Try to put yourself in the advisee's place so that you can see what the advisee is trying to get at. Not asking questions. When you don't understand, when you need further clarification, when you want...
academic advising
Appreciate the emotion behind your advisee's words (voice intonation and body language). Try to consistently check your understanding of what you hear ( not hear what you want to hear ). Do not interrupt your advisee's sentences. Let him/her tell his/her story first. Fight off all external...
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