Page not found

Kyle Backstrand
Professor

 608-796-3474
 RCE 212
 kmbackstrand@viterbo.edu
 
By Sue Danielson, health services Welcome back Viterbo University employees and students. Health services would like to remind everyone that Viterbo has a No Latex Policy in effect for the entire campus: The use of latex gloves on campus is prohibited. Everyone must use alternative non-latex gloves...
Post date: Thursday, August 31, 2017 - 11:03
Course Title: 3 credits in VUSM 300 Serving the Common Good: Inter-professional Practice Pre-requisites: VUSM 100 and VUSM 200 equivalent or with instructor's permission. Acceptance of Nicaragua study abroad program. Spanish language is not required, but it would be useful. Course Description: In...
Justin McKnight
Academic and Career Advisor

 608-796-3062
 MRC 339
 jsmcknight@viterbo.edu
Conferences Beginning in 2001, the D.B. Reinhart Institute for Ethics in Leadership has hosted 14 interdisciplinary Ethics Conferences . Each year the scope and influence of the annual ethics conference grows, having not only a greater impact on Viterbo’s own faculty and students , but having a...
health services
If Health Services is closed and you need to be seen by a health care provider, here are the available resources in our area: Mayo Clinic Health System-Franciscan Healthcare in La Crosse Urgent Care 700 West Avenue South, La Crosse, WI 54601 Phone: 608-392-7000 Hours: 6 a.m.–midnight every day day...
Some careers require advanced degrees. Internships and job shadowing are a very important part of a successful sport science program. Our faculty, the pre-health committee, and our career services office will work with students in this program to gain the experience they need to be competitive...
Current Courses Creating a Positive Environment to Enhance Learning, Promote Productivity, and Improve Wellbeing Creating a Wellness Culture for Your School, Students, and You! (NEW!) Great Work, Skills and Strategies Hope and Healing: Working with Individuals Who Have Experienced Trauma Journaling...
MBA in Health Care Leadership Online The MBA in Health Care Leadership is designed for employed professionals including health care administrators, physicians, nurses, and other health care professionals seeking to develop their leadership and business skills and open new opportunities in their...
MBA in Health Care Leadership Online The MBA in Health Care Leadership is designed for employed professionals including health care administrators, physicians, nurses, and other health care professionals seeking to develop their leadership and business skills and open new opportunities in their...
Scott Gabriel
Associate Professor

 608-796-3473
 RCE 216
 segabriel@viterbo.edu
Ted Wilson
Professor, Biology/Assistant Dean/Education Certifying Officer

 608-796-3656
 RCE 225
 tawilson@viterbo.edu
Catherine Wright
Instructor (pt)

 608-796-3469
 RCE 304
 cawright@viterbo.edu
Dorothy Lenard
Administrative Program Specialist

 608-796-3472
 RCE 315
 dblenard@viterbo.edu
Student Organizations
Active Minds Active Minds is a student-led organization that is committed to fighting the social stigma regarding mental illnesses. We are an organization that aims to bring awareness, education, and resources to the entire Viterbo University campus community regarding mental health issues. We aim...
Christine Hardie
Administrative Assistant

 608-796-3670
 NRC 107
 cehardie@viterbo.edu
Lisa Konkel
Assistant Director, Student Success and Retention

 608-796-3467
 MRC 333
 lmkonkel@viterbo.edu
Tuesday, April 11, 2017 from 2–6 p.m. Amie L. Mathy Center on the Viterbo Campus Health Services would like to invite the Viterbo and La Crosse community to the annual Viterbo University Health Fair. Parking for the Community Health Fair will be on 8th Street between Market and Mississippi St...
Affording Viterbo
The 2017-2018 tuition and fee charges for full-time undergraduate students attending Viterbo University are $26,920 per year. This figure can be significantly lower when financial aid is factored into your college expenses. Ninety-eight percent of full-time students receive some type of financial...

Pages