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The MBA/DNP dual degree program tracks are designed for applicants who are not APRNs and who wish to pursue advanced speciality practice at the system/organizational level. The dual degree MBA/DNP student will strengthen her/his understanding of the profession of nursing while building...
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Viterbo University is committed to maintaining a drug-free workplace in compliance with applicable state and federal laws. The unlawful possession, use, distribution, dispensation, sale, or manufacture of controlled substances is prohibited on university premises and at university work sites. Use...
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Viterbo University, a private, non-profit institution, is the only independent university in western Wisconsin. Viterbo serves approximately 2,000 undergraduate students from primarily rural areas in west central Wisconsin, northeastern Iowa and southeastern Minnesota. The University’s mission,...
Bachelor of Science in Nursing The baccalaureate degree in nursing at Viterbo University is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education. (http://www.ccneaccreditation.org) Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education 655 K Street, NW, Suite 750 Washington, DC 20001 202-887-6791 BSN...
 
Click to read the newest edition of the Healthy Exchange , the quarterly newsletter of the Employee Assistance Program (EAP). Each issue of the Healthy Exchange provides information to help readers better deal with personal, family or work-related concerns. If you’re faced with a problem that seems...
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Student Development Center
You are cordially invited to Viterbo University's Student Development Center Open House. Wednesday, Sept. 9 from 3–5 p.m. Refreshments All are welcome New students and new employees in attendance are eligible for door prizes Campus Safety, Counseling Services, Health Services, and Vice President...
 
By Sue Danielson Suicide Prevention Week Suicide Prevention Week is Monday, Sept. 8–Sunday, Sept. 14. According to the International Association of Suicide Prevention, over 800,000 people died from suicide worldwide in 2012, and it is the second leading cause of death for people between the ages of...
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Click on any of the dates to listen to that week's program online. April 1 Scott Fritz: What Does it Take to Be a Hero? A devastating flood brings forth a story of courage and heroic action. April 8 Paul Wotzka: The Public’s Right to Know One scientist takes a stand and loses his job in the process...
Mission 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 supports work...
In The Silmarillion, Feanor is “a master of words, and his tongue had great power over hearts when he would use it.” His words bring the Noldor to grief and inspire his sons to destructive oath-taking. Saruman is similarly a master of language, and “those who listened unwarily to that voice…all...

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Thursday, Feb. 25, 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm, 2016
Healthy Hawks is an 8-week healthy lifestyle choices program which offers individualized and group resources to Viterbo employees and students. The program will promote various aspects of the 7 dimensions of wellness. Educational sessions and group activities will be offered to aid in nutrition and...
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Job Fair for Veterans Veteran’s Employment at the La Crosse Jobs Center periodically hosts job fairs. The job fair provides a no-charge opportunity to meet with local employers and governmental agencies to discuss potential job opportunities, and submit applications and resumes. or more information...
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The review of graduate academic programs at Viterbo University is under the supervision of the Graduate Council. The committee is comprised of a representative from each graduate program, the Director of Graduate Admissions, and the Chair of Graduate Council. Committee Members Jeannette Armstrong,...
career services
Career Services recognizes the importance of the personal satisfaction and professional enrichment derived from engaging in a meaningful and rewarding career that develops and uses one’s unique skills, gifts, and talents. Therefore, Career Services counsels and mentors students by: Helping students...
Students who major in Religious Studies pursue a wide variety of career options: Ministering in churches and other religious organizations Director of Religious Education Youth Minister Parish Administrator Camp Administration Working in social service or non-profit organizations Food bank/...
Parents and families play major roles in helping students transition from high school to university settings. While the students themselves have plenty to do to prepare for college, family members should also educate themselves and stay informed during the college process. To assist you and your...
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Be safe and go to a safe place. Get medical care (if needed). If you are physically injured, medical care is vital. You can get medical care at any hospital emergency room. If you are 18 years or older, you can get treatment for your immediate injuries without filing a police report. To get...
Monday, Oct. 24 7:30 a.m. Mass – San Damiano Chapel 6:30 p.m. Campus Ministry Supper and Scripture – Murphy Center room 346 Grades for the first half of Fall 2016 term must be submitted in VitNet by noon Tuesday, Oct. 25. There are many processes dependent on all grades being finalized in the...
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...
 
Viterbo theatre and music theatre students will present the drama Mrs. Packard at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 25–Saturday, Feb. 27 and 2 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 28 in the Fine Arts Center La Croix Black Box Theatre. Mrs. Packard is based on the real life story of Elizabeth Parsons Ware Packard, who in 1860...
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