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Exploring at Viterbo Are you unsure of a major and future career? Students who begin their college career “exploring” end up in a variety of different majors. Students often think that choosing a major is the same thing as choosing a career. Although these two choices are related, choosing one...
Mathematics at Viterbo Mathematics is a beautiful and fascinating subject area, which explores many different concepts, particularly patterns, space and change. Not only is Mathematics fun and engaging, but it provides a solid foundation in logical and critical thinking and unique problem solving...
Philosophy at Viterbo Philosophy is being recognized more and more as one of the strongest and most versatile undergraduate degrees you can obtain. In fact, we live in an age where employers want employees to be more than just knowledgeable in their chosen field, employers want critical thinkers,...
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...
Non-degree Seeking Student Admission Information Individuals looking for Electives and Professional Development in Education please go here Local Businesses/Individuals looking for Leadership Development Courses please go here Students not seeking a degree from the Viterbo University are referred...
Alec Chiu Memorial Award To recognize, foster, and stimulate faculty members' efforts to engage students in scholarly activities. Finucan Exemplar of Mission Award Viterbo students, faculty, staff, administrators, Board members, or someone who has been closely associated with Viterbo University as...
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Welcome! Living on campus and getting involved in the campus and local communities can be some of the most rewarding experiences of college. To be an involved student is to be a connected student and, research shows, a more successful student academically. Through the Office of Student Life,...
Employment Personal Trainer The personal trainer is responsible for aspects of the fitness program. The individual is to provide a safe, motivating environment to the programs. The personal trainer should organize his/her own workouts within his/her realm of knowledge, utilizing proper technique,...
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...
The Dietetic Internship (DI) is currently granted accreditation by the Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics of the Academy of Nutrition and Dieteics (ACEND),120 South Riverside Plaza, Suite 2000, Chicago, IL 60606-6995, 312/899-5400. The DI program is only open to students...
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Accounting at Viterbo Accounting is often described as the language of business and the demand for skilled accountants continues to grow. Starting salaries for accountants are among the highest for all college graduates. The lucrative field of accounting is perfect for students who are interested...
Arts Administration at Viterbo Arts administrators are vital for theatre companies, performing organizations, and arts facilities to run smoothly so artists, production teams, and audiences have an exceptional experience at events. Art directors, creative services managers, and directors of...
Sexual Misconduct Viterbo University Statement on Sexual Misconduct Respect of others, responsibility for one's behavior and adherence to standard of conduct are essential to building a safe and healthy university community. Therefore, sexual misconduct will not be tolerated at Viterbo University,...
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...
Majors Bachelor of Fine Arts in Music Theatre This conservatory-style program provides rigorous training in acting, singing and dancing for the student who demonstrates the talent and potential to pursue a career as a professional music theatre artist. The course work includes 8 semesters of...
The viewing and discussion of Not My Life documentary is free and open to the public. Discussion will be led by Linda Riddle, who has served as a Safe Harbor Program manager for sex trafficking victims in Duluth, Minn., and has studied gender violence in Colombia, Cuba, Kurdistan, and Russia...

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Wednesday, Nov. 11, 7:00 pm, 2015
 
Global Initiatives Week Friday, Nov. 6–Friday, Nov. 13, is an annual week of public events designed to increase global awareness and inspire local action in the greater La Crosse region. It will not only be a celebration of the cultural, social, and economic value of our community worldwide, but...
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The United States has become a country with the fourth-most Spanish speaking people in the world. For this reason, Spanish is no longer considered a foreign language in the United States, and many service providers, corporations, and government institutions require or prefer professionals that are...
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The history department offers both a history major and a broad field social studies (BFSS) major . The School of Humanities also holds an annual Humanities Scholarship Competition , with a total of $9,750 in awards to students pursuing an undergraduate major in the humanities. The BFSS major is an...
Bonhoeffer: Post-Holocaust Perspective Oct. 4, 2001 – Stephen Haynes, Ph.D., Albert B. Curry Chair of Religious Studies, Rhodes College Stephen Haynes is Albert B. Curry Chair of Religious Studies at Rhodes College in Memphis, Tenn. He is the author of six books, including Reluctant Witnesses: Jews...

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