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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...
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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...
Kristen Nyholm
Academic Advisor

 608-796-3061
 MRC 325
 kmnyholm@viterbo.edu
Nursing Research on the Green 2011 Abstract Donna Ferry BSN, RN Judith Talbott MHA, MS, RN Sheryl Jacobson, MS, RN Viterbo School of Nursing Evidence-based practice Background: One-half of all adults have more than one chronic disease, and this prevalence accounts for seven of every 10 deaths each...
Carolyn Troha
Assistant Professor

 608-796-3657
 RCE 016
 cetroha@viterbo.edu
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...
A student planning an academic thesis project must be pursuing the B.A. degree. A student submitting an academic thesis proposal must meet all general thesis guidelines as outlined in the General Guidelines for All Senior Thesis Projects . The student writing an academic thesis is expected to...
Students, learn more about Viterbo's philosophy major and minor. This is a part of "Love Your Major Week".

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Friday, Oct. 6, 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm, 2017
Sponsored by the Center for Student Success. This is a part of "Love Your Major Week".

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Thursday, Oct. 5, 2:00 pm, 2017
President Glena Temple, Ph.D. Office: Reinhart Center Room 103 Phone: 608-796-3001 Fax: 608-796-3004 Email: ggtemple@viterbo.edu Vice President for Academic Affairs Tracy Stewart Office: Murphy Center Room 230 Phone: 608-796-3081 Email: tmstewart@viterbo.edu Vice President for Student Affairs Rick...
A math degree from Viterbo will allow you to pursue a vast number of careers in industry, government, and education. You may have the option to continue to graduate school to study mathematics, statistics, or similar fields such as economics or bio-mathematics. The experience of our graduates is...
Viterbo University School of Nursing Honor Code History Viterbo University School of Nursing developed and implemented an Honor Code during the 2004-2005 academic year. The Honor Code asks students to commit to academic honesty and the five core values of the School of Nursing (Caring, Integrity,...
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...
Sheldon Lee
Associate Professor/Chair

 608-796-3658
 RCE 213
 shlee@viterbo.edu
Michael Wodzak
Associate Professor

 608-796-3659
 RCE 219
 mawodzak@viterbo.edu
The Fine Arts Center Main Theatre, Main Theatre Lobby, and other facilities are available for meetings, receptions, dinners, and performances. Catering is available through the university's food service. For more information, contact the Fine Arts Center Director at 608-796-3737, via fax at 608-796...
Eric Schmidt
Major Gift Officer

 608-796-3078
 MRC 221
 eschmidt@viterbo.edu
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Satisfactory Academic Progress for Financial Aid In order to receive and maintain eligibility for financial assistance, students are required to make progress toward completion of their course of study. Financial assistance includes, but may not be limited to, all tax-payer funded scholarships,...

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