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Welcome to the School of Health and Human Behavior The School of Health and Human Behavior is home to outstanding programs that will prepare you for a career where you will make a difference in the lives of people. Grounded in the Franciscan values of contemplation, hospitality, integrity,...
Welcome to the College of Nursing, Health, and Human Behavior Are you looking for a career that is rewarding, dynamic, and makes a difference in the lives of others and society? Discover the majors in the Viterbo University College of Nursing, Health, and Human Behavior. Recognized throughout the...
Welcome to Viterbo University Congratulations on taking the next step in your educational journey. Your journey at Viterbo is just beginning, and it continues with New Student Orientation. Held prior to the beginning of the fall and spring semesters, orientation is designed to ease your transition...
Women's Studies Minor "In breaking those silences, naming ourselves, uncovering the hidden, making ourselves present, we begin to define a reality which resonates to us, which affirms our being." —Adrienne Rich The Women's Studies minor at Viterbo University is an interdisciplinary program...
Financial Literacy
What is Financial Literacy? Financial Literacy is the ability to read, analyze, manage and communicate about the personal financial conditions affecting material well being. At Viterbo University, we believe every student should graduate with sound financial literacy skills that can be utilized in...
Viterbo is Coming!
Welcome, Viterbo Alumni Receive Strides Online Student Referral Form Join our Email List Here you will find information on upcoming events, campus news, benefits for alumni, and much, much more. We invite you to explore our website and learn more about the Viterbo Alumni Association. We hope you...
Welcome to Undergraduate Research and Creative Works at Viterbo University We hope the resources and information presented here are helpful to you in your quest to learn more about the vibrant undergraduate scholarly culture at Viterbo. The goals of Viterbo University's undergraduate research...
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Academic advising is an integral part of each student's academic program. All students are assigned to an academic advisor within their program of study. The goal of all academic advising is to assist students to take responsibility for developing meaningful educational plans that are reflective of...
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Welcome to the Viterbo University School of Nursing Video of viterbo_university_nursing_simulation_labs I invite you to share in the Viterbo University experience and to learn more about our outstanding programs. The School of Nursing is home to several fully accredited professional programs:...
Avian flu, H1N1 influenza, measles, mumps, SARS, and other infectious diseases may pose a threat to the university community as they do to communities across the nation and world. In the event of an infectious disease outbreak, university officials will monitor progress and work with local, state,...
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Your Student…Our Focus Choosing the right college is very important, and parents and family can play a crucial role in this decision. Encourage your student to discover everything Viterbo University has to offer—a beautiful and safe campus, outstanding facilities, a close-knit campus community...
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Adult, Graduate, and International Admissions is a centralized recruitment office for persons interested in evening or online undergraduate degree completion programs, graduate degree programs , and/or international students . Adult, Graduate, and International Admission counselors are available to...
Student Organizations
Get Involved! Viterbo University's student organizations and sports clubs serve as an added educational resource to students, giving them experiences related to their classes and providing a variety of activities to supplement and balance their lives. Involvement in a group that helps to explore...
Viterbo University's School of Education prepares educators who are grounded in Franciscan values and possess the knowledge and skills to be reflective decision makers for the 21st century. Course schedules for 2017-2018 Fall and Spring now available - click on Course Schedule tab. Download the...
Peek into any classroom at Viterbo University and you will see young faces engaged in learning. They are absorbing knowledge, skills, and values; they are full of expectations and hope. About 60 percent of them are first generation college students. When they leave Viterbo they will be scientists,...
There has been an explosion in scientific and technological initiatives at the interface of biology, chemistry, mathematics and physics, from genetic engineering to the development of nano-materials. More than ever before, today's scientists are asking tougher questions—challenging questions—that...
Sport Science and Leadership at Viterbo Are you passionate about sports and want to pursue a career in this dynamic and exciting field? The sports and leisure industries continue their rapid growth and a strong demand exists for qualified and skilled professionals with a strong background in...
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Viterbo University's School of Education prepares educators who are grounded in Franciscan values and possess the knowledge and skills to be reflective decision makers for the 21st century. The Iowa PK-12 Principal -Supervisor of Special Education is a two-year, six-semester program which requires...
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Gerontology Minor Viterbo University offers a minor in gerontology to broaden student’s understanding of the process of aging. This multidisciplinary minor examines the biological, psychological, and social aspects of aging. Gerontology includes courses in nursing, sociology, social work, nutrition...
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Over 600 students choose to live on campus each year and claim Viterbo as their "home away from home." Local and national research shows that students who live on campus for at least their first year of college are retained at higher rates, are more involved in co-curricular activities, are more...

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