COVID-19 (Coronavirus)
Classes have resumed online, and everyone at Viterbo University stands ready to help all students succeed.
 

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As classes go online, we are stepping up our support of students who are learning remotely. A number of Viterbo services are available to assist students. Be patient with yourself, your classmates, and your instructors. Everyone is learning together. Reach out to any Viterbo department if you have questions. We are here to help.

Academic Advising

Effective March 18, 2020, no in person appointments. Instead we will be offering virtual appointments via phone call, email, or video chat Monday–Friday from 8 a.m–4:30 p.m.
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Academic Resource Center

Effective March 16, 2020, all tutoring will be held online using O365 Teams. Students currently receiving tutoring will get an email with details on how to access their tutoring session. New requests can be submitted online. No in person appointments. Instead we will be offering virtual appointments via phone call, email, or video chat Monday–Friday from 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
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Campus Ministry

Campus Ministry is available via email. Reach out to Father Conrad at catargonski@viterbo.edu or Emilio Alvarez at ebalvarez@viterbo.edu to assist with any spiritual needs.
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Care Line

A student and family care line and email has been set up for questions and concerns. It will be open from 8 a.m.–8 p.m. Monday–Friday. Call 608-796-3211 or email viterbocares@viterbo.edu.

Career Services

Career Services staff are doing video and phone appointments while campus is closed. Schedule in Handshake
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Counseling Services

Counseling Services will have at least one counselor on campus Monday–Friday from 7:30 a.m.–5 p.m. and availability for check-in’s via phone.
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Disability Services

Reach out to the ARC or Jane Eddy at jleddy@viterbo.edu for any accommodation needs.
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Library

The physical library building is closed, but services are available virtually via email and chat during designated hours. See the Hours page. Contact us with your questions. For information on how to use the library remotely, visit our guide at https://libguides.viterbo.edu/remoteaccess.
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Student Emergency Fund

The Viterbo University Student Emergency Fund is a coordinated, joint venture of Campus Ministry and the Center for Student Success. The fund is meant to support students who encounter an unforeseen financial emergency which would otherwise prevent them from continuing their education. Many students are having difficulties related to the COVID-19 outbreak. Many have lost jobs, and those who had meal plans have the unanticipated expense of buying groceries.
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Anyone who wants to help can designate the Student Emergency Fund on the Viterbo online giving page.

Student Engagement

Keeping you engaged while you are on campus or connecting with us remotely is important to us.  Watch your email and visit our website for ways to stay engaged with Viterbo.
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