Wisconsin Reading Teacher License 316
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.
Registration Now Open for Summer 2015
The Viterbo Reading Teacher Program prepares teachers to be the literacy leaders of the future. Teachers will strengthen their instructional practices, improve student achievement, and share their expertise with others. The blended Reading Teacher License consists of 19 total credits. Financial aid is available for certain locations.
In addition to offering courses at various locations across the state, Viterbo University can bring classes to teachers where they live and work, with flexible scheduling that meets the demands of their active lives. Inquiry about the possibility of bringing Viterbo directly to your district.
- During the academic year coursework is presented in a convenient blended format. Students will meet face-to-face on scheduled Saturdays only. Blended summer sessions will meet online and include three face-to-face days.
- Financial-Aid is possible for new students who attend classes at the following locations: La Crosse, Milwaukee, Middleton, Green Bay, and Tomahawk
- Current off-campus school district locations (non-financial aid eligible) include: Independence, Shawno, Sparta, New London, Tomah, and Arcadia.
Current Graduate Tuition: $325 per credit for the 2014-2015 academic year.
Financial Aid Information: please contact the Financial Aid Office.
Apply to the Reading 316 Program: click on the "Apply Now" tab on the left of this page. All students who intend to register for courses must complete the application prior to registering for courses.
Register for Courses: Returning students will register via Viterbo's online course registration system, VitNet. New students must complete one Course Registration Form for the first course and return to Jeannette Armstrong at the email address below.
For questions regarding the Reading Teacher 316 program, please contact Jeannette Armstrong or Chris Valenti.
Off Campus Coordinator