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Viterbo University was awarded a $1.64 million dollar grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Nursing Workforce Diversity Program. The funds will be used to support Viterbo’s Nurses for Underserved Rural Students Seeking Educational Success (NURSES) program.
The Viterbo University Fine Arts Center has announced its 2017-2018 Bright Star Season, which will feature a variety of performances ranging from classical and contemporary music to ballet, Broadway, and much more.
Viterbo University and the other 23 private nonprofit colleges and universities in the state will celebrate Wisconsin Private College Week Monday, July 10–Friday, July 14.

VU Today

Wednesday, July 12

 

Congratulations to Laura Lee, athletics, who has accepted a position with Onalaska High School. Her last day at Viterbo will be Tuesday, July 25.

 

IIT will be upgrading phone service equipment. There will be intermittent outages after 5 p.m. today, July 12.

 

The Brophy Center south door is temporarily locked while being wired to the door card system. The other building doors are open according to the building schedule. The project should be completed by Friday.

 

Adam Flood, La Crosse County Veteran Services Officer, will be on campus Wednesday, July 12 from 1–5 p.m. to answer veteran related questions and to provide County information about veteran services and opportunities. He will use the university chaplain’s office in Murphy Center rooms 368/370. Flood is planning to continue this service at Viterbo every second Wednesday of each month. No appointments necessary. For more information, contact Father Conrad at catargonski@viterbo.edu

 

A box of study abroad brochures and books was left in the Fine Arts Center lobby after STAR registration on Friday, June 23. If someone picked this box up, contact Taylor Corbett at ticorbett@viterbo.edu to return.

Post date: Wednesday, July 12, 2017 - 07:44

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