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Affording Viterbo
Because of our commitment to affordability , most families pay significantly less than the full-time tuition rate. In fact, 98% of full-time students receive some type of financial aid, which is awarded based on academic merit, financial need, and in the forms of scholarships, tuition grants, and...
pre engineering
Viterbo offers more than 70 academic programs, complete with internships , study abroad , and research opportunities that enhance the classroom experience and allow you to get the most from your education. Don't want to limit yourself to one area? Double major or pursue a minor . There are many...
Health Services invites the Viterbo and La Crosse community to the annual Viterbo University Health Fair. There will be several area businesses with vendors and booths, health and wellness information, and treats. Parking for the Community Health Fair is on 8th Street between Market and Mississippi...


Tuesday, Apr. 10, 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm, 2018
Debra Daehn Zellmer
Professor/Assistant Dean, College of Nursing, Health, and Human Behavior

 NRC 107
By Sue Danielson, health services Research has shown that certain nutrients can delay the development and progression of cataracts and age-related macular degeneration (AMD). These are two of the leading causes of blindness and visual impairment for millions of aging Americans. Nutrition may be...
Post date: Thursday, March 15, 2018 - 11:36
Nursing Research on the Green 2015 Abstract Sharon Opsahl, MS, RN – Western Technical College Background: Nursing students report increased anxiety prior to their mental health clinical rotation due to the unfamiliarity of the psychiatric unit and mental health content and begin their mental health...
Register to be a bone marrow donor, enjoy a healthy snack, try the impaired driving simulator, participate in numerous health screenings, or learn about the many health resources in the La Crosse area at the annual Viterbo University Community Health Fair from 2–6 p.m. Tuesday, April 10 in the Amie L. Mathy Center for Recreation and Education.
Sunday, March 11–Saturday, March 17 is Sleep Awareness Week, which highlights the importance of good sleep for individuals to best achieve their personal, family, and professional goals. The National Sleep Foundation (NSF) has created a list of 25 random facts about sleep: 1. The higher the...
Post date: Thursday, March 1, 2018 - 13:31
Students enrolled in music unit programs and faculty and staff with employment status in the music unit must be provided basic information about the maintenance of health and safety within the contexts of practice, performance, teaching, and listening. For music majors and music faculty and staff,...
By Rachel Heier, Viterbo student nurse The idea of legalizing recreational marijuana is gaining support. It has been considered as a good source of tax revenue for states to accommodate for financial shortages our government faces. Additionally, it could allow government to have oversight of the...
Post date: Thursday, February 15, 2018 - 09:14
Nursing Research on the Green 2017 Abstract Susan Zeller, DNP, APRN, CNP and Samantha Kliminski, BSN Student – Winona State University Background: Nursing students are experiencing disproportionately higher stress levels than the average college student. The pressure to achieve academically high...
military and vets flage
Job Fair for Veterans Veteran’s Employment at the La Crosse Jobs Center periodically hosts job fairs. The job fair provides a no-charge opportunity to meet with local employers and governmental agencies to discuss potential job opportunities, and submit applications and resumes. or more information...
Linda Schams

 RCE 017
William Bakalars
Assistant Professor

 MRC 550
Stephanie Thorson-Olesen
Assistant Professor

 MRC 542
Jessie Latten
Assistant Professor

 MRC 554
Alida Herling
Associate Professor

 NRC 522
Carol Klitzke

 NRC 521
Bobbi Hundt
Administrative Assistant

 NRC 107
Debra Murray
Professor/Program Director

 MRC 560