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Institutional Advancement

  • Scholarship Helps Students get the Most from College    

    Scholarship Helps Students get the Most from College
    Janet Gage is grateful to the Franciscan Sisters of Perpetual Adoration for the 11 years of quality Catholic education she received. 

  • Couple Creates Scholarship to Help Others    

    Couple Creates Scholarship to Help Others
    As youth, Serena Bahe and her husband Chris both experienced a great deal of adversity, especially financial. Their college education was made possible through scholarships and other financial assistance. Now they’re returning the favor.

  • Nursing Focus of Couple’s Generosity    

    Nursing Focus of Couple’s Generosity
    Greg Lind is a trailblazer and his list of accomplishments includes a rather impressive number of firsts. The 1976 Viterbo nursing graduate went on to earn an MSN for Family Nurse Practitioner at the University of Missouri School of Nursing and he was the first graduate of that program. 

  • Aspiring Scientists Get Boost from Grateful Couple    

    Aspiring Scientists Get Boost from Grateful Couple
    As they thought about estate planning and reflected on all they had, they realized something. “We should be doing something to help others,” Jim said. To this end, they have created an endowment at Viterbo University, the Elaine and Jim Schauls Family Science Research Scholar Program.

  • Leadership Extraordinaire-Women in Leadership    

    Leadership Extraordinaire-Women in Leadership
     Born and raised in the Midwest, Monica Dixon said she had a narrow view of the world until she had the opportunity to travel internationally.

  • Young Alumnus Establishes Scholarship at Viterbo University    

    Young Alumnus Establishes Scholarship at Viterbo University
     Nick Johnson said he feels a debt of gratitude to Viterbo University. He has expressed his appreciation by creating a scholarship to help Viterbo students.

  • Viterbo Alumna’s Legacy Lives On    

    Viterbo Alumna’s Legacy Lives On
    The family members of the late Viterbo University alumna Susan Masewicz ’74 had gathered in Seattle to attend a memorial service held in her honor by her co-workers. To say the least, they were surprised with what they heard. “It blew us away,” her brother Marty Masewicz said. “We knew she worked hard, but we didn’t know how important the work she was doing was. She was recognized by people from around the world.

GaryLook into any classroom at Viterbo University and you will see young people engaged in learning. They are absorbing the knowledge, skills, and values they need to be successful in life. They are full of expectations and hope. About 60 percent of them are first generation college students. When they leave Viterbo they will be scientists, teachers, artists, health professionals, and business leaders.

Our benefactors help make this happen. Philanthropic giving benefits our students directly, through scholarships, research stipends, and educational resources; and indirectly, by enhancing the stability and standing of the institution. Vibrant fine arts and cultural programming, nationally known lecturers, and collaborative neighborhood engagement are all made possible by friends like you.

People support Viterbo for many different reasons. What are yours? The rich Franciscan heritage, lived in everything we do? The total commitment to student success? The hope of a brighter future for our students and our world? Transform your regard for this beloved institution into action by making a charitable gift to Viterbo University today.

Gary L. Klein, CFRE
Vice President for Institutional Advancement

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