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Mission The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program prepares students for professional holistic nursing practice. Faculty create an educational experience that embraces the pursuit of wisdom and the values of caring, integrity, collegiality, and commitment as preparation for faithful service...
The mission of the School of Fine Arts at Viterbo University is to prepare our students to be artists, creative and critical thinkers, successful scholars, active participants, and advocates for the fine arts through excellence in teaching and in production within the liberal arts framework.
By Annie Baumann As you sift through students’ submitted outlines, thesis proposals, and first drafts, you may realize that your students are less prepared for college research than you initially thought. Don’t give up hope. There’s still plenty of time for a library intervention. In addition to...
Post date: Thursday, March 10, 2016 - 09:16
Students: The Viterbo Improv comedy team is waiting for audience suggestions to create a new and original production filled with laughter and fun. Sponsored by VU After Dark.


Friday, Apr. 1, 9:00 pm, 2016
By Annie Baumann Many staff and faculty are surprised to learn that the library has a variety of gadgets available for short-term and long-term checkout. In addition to the ever popular iPad, the library has a variety of cameras, projectors, video recording equipment, and other gadgets that can be...
Post date: Thursday, January 21, 2016 - 10:27
Dorothy Lenard
Administrative Program Specialist

 RCE 315
By Polly Scott Though the library serves as a research center on campus, it can also be a place to relax and unwind. Viterbo employees can be seen perusing magazines, paging through the La Crosse Tribune , settling into one of the comfy chairs, and browsing the recreational reading section. The...
Post date: Thursday, December 3, 2015 - 09:21
Q. What caused you to initially approach the library with a request for library instruction? A. My freshman composition courses all align with the core curriculum’s information fluency outcome. As a result, my students are required to learn how to find, evaluate and integrate college-level sources...
Post date: Thursday, November 12, 2015 - 12:54
Instruction and orientation sessions are a popular way to help faculty and students with any part of the research process. In-person and online sessions are available. Appointments for individualized help are also available. The library talked with Deb Murray, Master of Science in Mental Health...
Post date: Thursday, October 1, 2015 - 14:38
by Polly Scott Welcome new and returning faculty. We look forward to seeing you and and offering you support this year. The library offers a number of services for teaching and classroom support. Library Instruction: Instruction and orientation sessions are an effective way to help students with...
Post date: Thursday, September 3, 2015 - 10:22
By Polly Scott As we near the start of the semester, it’s time to start booking those meetings. The library has quiet and convenient spaces for everyone. Our collaborative technology room is particularly useful for meetings. Sign up the day of use at the main desk or reserve in advance at the main...
Post date: Thursday, August 20, 2015 - 15:40
Deb Alexander-Friet
Cataloging Services Librarian

 MRC 128
By Fr. Conrad Targonski On Oct. 27, 1986, Pope John Paul II succeeded for the first time in history in bringing together 160 religious leaders from all over the world—Catholic, Protestant and Orthodox Christians, as well as representatives of Hinduism, Sikhism, Buddhism, Judaism, Islam, African and...
Post date: Friday, October 24, 2014 - 10:28
Jason Skoog
Archives and Systems Librarian

 MRC 132
Annie Baumann
Interim Assistant Director

 MRC 109
Mark Hamilton
Evening Services Librarian

 MRC 106
Caitlyn Konze
Information Services Manager

 MRC 108
Lisa Christie
Reference Librarian (pt)

 MRC 108
Kim Olson-Kopp
Interim Director

 MRC 240
Polly Scott
Communications and Resources Librarian

 MRC 128