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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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About Viterbo University Assessment To promote continuous improvement, Viterbo's assessment structure is built on the foundation of faculty-driven program assessment that is supported by the Office of Assessment and Institutional Research. The central goal of the Viterbo University Academic Program...
 
The Center for Student Success will hold an open house from 3-5 p.m. Monday, Oct. 19 in Murphy Center room 337. Viterbo students and employees are invited to attend and learn more about the Center for Student Success, meet the staff, and enjoy treats, refreshments, and giveaways.
Post date: Thursday, October 8, 2015 - 08:26
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...
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Glena Temple On Jan. 1, 2017, Glena Temple, Ph.D., became the ninth President of Viterbo University, having served as the Vice President of Academic Affairs at Viterbo since 2015. Temple started her service at Viterbo in 2001 as a biology faculty member. She has held multiple leadership roles on...
Viterbo is located in beautiful La Crosse, Wis. ( see our La Crosse video )—a city with a population of 52,000 in a metropolitan area of over 150,000, amid majestic bluffs and scenic valleys on the ­Mississippi River. U.S. News & World Report named La Crosse as one of the nation's 10 Best...
Viterbo Admission
2017 Viewbook Whether a traditional freshman, transfer student, adult learner, or graduate student; choosing the college that is the best fit for you is one of the most important decisions you will make. At Viterbo University, small classes and dedicated professors ensure you’ll find not only...
V-Hawk Orientation Days Destination: Viterbo August 24-26, 2018 Welcome New V-Hawks! V-Hawk Orientation Days is a great way to start your Viterbo experience. These events are in addition to Student Transition and Registration (STAR) events and aim to make students' transition to college as smooth...
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What is the Student Emergency Fund? The Viterbo University Student Emergency Fund is coordinated as a joint venture between Campus Ministry and the Center for Student Success. The Student Emergency Fund is a small fund aimed at supporting students who encounter an unforeseen financial emergency...
Become a V-Hawk at Viterbo University
Welcome to the Family! Congratulations on your acceptance to Viterbo University! Become a V-Hawk Here are the next steps to you becoming a V-Hawk: Stay Connected: Stay up to date by accessing your Viterbo University email at www.viterbo.edu/o365 . To find your username and password, visit www...
You are encouraged to make connections with students from other cultures, from the U.S., and from other countries. This will add to your learning and, for those whose first language is not English, improve your English speaking and understanding. Get to know your neighbors living on campus and...
Welcome to the Viterbo University Commencement website where students, parents, and friends can find information about Commencement and the activities associated with this event. May 2018 CoMMENCEMENT Diplomas are being mailed out in batches starting the week of June 26th. (Students completing...
Make a Payment Mission The business office is responsible for management of students' accounts, administration of personnel and payroll services, purchasing of goods and services, and managing the financial operations of the university. Personnel strive to fulfill these responsibilities in an...
World Languages are an integral part of the liberal arts education at Viterbo University. Based on American Council on Teaching Foreign Language (ACTFL) standards, we strive for offering students insights into today’s interconnected global society through community involvement, study abroad,...
A Rich History of Education 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. Why Viterbo? Viterbo University is the perfect place to earn your education...
Who can apply? The Community Interpreting Certificate has been structured to meet the needs of working people in the Midwest as well as online students from other regions of the country or the globe. Both international students and individuals with DACA status are encouraged and welcome to apply...
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The Academic Programs Assessment Committee (APAC) is established by the Faculty Council and the Academic Vice President to foster an atmosphere of continuous improvement in undergraduate programs, general education, and graduate programs. The committee provides faculty oversight in implementing the...
Pre-health at Viterbo Viterbo successfully prepares students for careers in medical-related fields. The core sequence provides students with a broad overview of the required sciences while advanced instruction provides students with the opportunity to take medical-related upper-division courses. In...
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Business Administration at Viterbo In today’s complex and competitive business world, earning a college degree from a university that provides a strong foundation of business principles is essential for success and is the first step in landing one of a variety of exciting and meaningful careers...
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Questions and Concerns If you are in need of help, have a question or concern, Rick Trietley, vice president for student affairs, may be the person to call. You may contact him at 608-796-3801 or ctrietley@viterbo.edu . You may also contact the Office of Campus Activities and Orientation at 608-796...

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