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Register ...serving...connecting...leading The Dahl School of Business' Certificate in Nonprofit Leadership (CNL) offers you the tools to be a more effective nonprofit partner and opens the opportunity for you to be a more valuable contributor in your community. Through real-world case studies,...
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Welcome to the Viterbo Student Survival Guide Click on one of the areas below to get started: Important dates Financial matters Finding help along the way Becoming involved on and off campus Technology assistance Important Dates Fall Spring Final Exam Schedule Financial matters Find your student...
Student Organizations
Participating in community service is a great way for student clubs and organizations to promote the group, bond, and achieve the group's mission. Student organizations can make significant connections with others in the community that lead to experiential learning opportunities, internships,...
Financial Literacy
What is Financial Literacy? Financial Literacy is the ability to read, analyze, manage and communicate about the personal financial conditions affecting material well being. At Viterbo University, we believe every student should graduate with sound financial literacy skills that can be utilized in...
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Gerontology Minor Viterbo University offers a minor in gerontology to broaden student’s understanding of the process of aging. This multidisciplinary minor examines the biological, psychological, and social aspects of aging. Gerontology includes courses in nursing, sociology, social work, nutrition...
A Viterbo Face An Exceptional Place
Finding Success Viterbo graduates are finding success in all walks of life, thanks in part to the exceptional education they received at Viterbo University. Equipped with a Viterbo degree, thousands of graduates are enjoying the benefits of outstanding careers in their respective fields. The...
Environmental Biology at Viterbo Humans are inescapably connected to the environment—from food to medicine to the services the environment provides (clean air and water for example) and the simple and innate pleasure humans experience from being outdoors. The relationship among living organisms,...
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. ONLINE PROGRAM A Reading Specialist 17 license (previously referred to as a 317) is required for individuals...
Commuter and Non-Traditional Students
All students may ride the Municipal Transit Utility Bus System by showing their Viterbo ID. This service is paid for through the student activity fee. U Pass Free Bus Service
Enjoy a morning of service with the sisters at St. Rose Convent. We will be indoors working on a variety of service projects, including making blankets for the La Crosse Warming Center, assembling hygiene kits for the homeless, and more. Breakfast snacks and lunch will be provided. Deadline is 8 a...

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Friday, Jan. 27, 8:00 am to 1:00 pm, 2017
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...
Proseminar 2018 Proseminar is an opportunity to share results of conducted action research and best practice ideas. Individuals will participate in book studies and group discussions that will transform the graduate student status to a new level of master teacher . Refer to the tabs on the left for...
Take your learning global! Living and learning in a new culture expands your horizons and gives you a competitive edge in our globalized world. Multiple study abroad options are available, from short-term faculty-led programs to full semesters or summers abroad. Viterbo works to make our programs...
 
Viterbo employees, students, and alumni are invited to participate in Viterbo’s first Service Saturday of the academic year Sept. 30. Participants will meet on campus at 8:30 a.m. before traveling to the service sites. Service will follow from 9 a.m.–noon, concluding with a shared meal and...
Post date: Wednesday, August 30, 2017 - 15:15
 
Health services will host these Healthy Living Week events: Tuesday, Sept. 26 from 11 a.m.–1 p.m.: Free blood sugar and blood pressure screenings in front of Murphy Center (rain location is Hawk’s Nest). Wednesday, Sept. 27 from 12:10–1:10 p.m. Lunch and Learn program “The Culture of Alcohol in La...
Post date: Thursday, September 14, 2017 - 08:14
 
Viterbo will celebrate the inauguration of Glena Temple as the university’s ninth president Friday, April 7, followed by Inauguration Service Saturday April 8. Inauguration day April 7 will begin with a liturgy in San Damiano Chapel at 1 p.m. The installation ceremony will be held in the Fine Arts...
Post date: Thursday, March 2, 2017 - 13:12
Biopsychology at Viterbo Biopsychology, also known as behavioral neuroscience, is the science devoted to studying the relationships between the brain and behavior. This field of study combines a biological perspective of nervous system structure and function with a psychological perspective of...
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Management and Leadership at Viterbo Effective leaders and managers are crucial to the success of any business or organization. Leadership takes many forms, and is getting more complex by the year. The Viterbo management and leadership program prepares students for success in business by instilling...
Marketing at Viterbo Marketing is an exciting and financially rewarding career. Marketers have unlimited employment options—advertising agencies, businesses, nonprofits. Every organization needs strong marketing to succeed in today's global economy. The Viterbo marketing program provides students...

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