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Scholarships and Grants

Herzing Scholarships

Be sure to review the full list of scholarships, including the State Grants and Federal Grants that appear after the Herzing University scholarship section.

Academic Award

 General Qualifications

  • All US Campuses
  • Undergraduates and Graduates
  • Scholarship is not based on financial need

Eligibility Requirements & Criteria for Selection

In order to qualify for the Academic Award, students must have a GPA in the upper 5% of the student body at their individual campus. Students need to have completed 24 semester credit hours or successfully completed their 1st payment period if they are enrolled in a clock hour program. The student must be currently enrolled in at least 12 credit hours or be enrolled in the clock hour program in the semester the award it disbursed. The student is not eligible for the award if they withdraw prior to the disbursement.

Amount and Criteria for Determination

Students will receive an award of $150 per eligible semester. No limit to number of students awarded.

Procedures and How to Apply

No application is necessary. This is an automatic award determine by the Registration and Educational Funding Departments. Students will be notified if they are eligible.

Academic Persistence Award

General Qualifications

  • All US Campuses
  • Undergraduates only
  • Scholarship is not based on financial need

Eligibility Requirements & Criteria for Selection

The Academic Persistence Award is available to students who initially enroll at Herzing University in a diploma, associate’s, or bachelor’s degree program and continue through to completion of a bachelor’s degree on a full-time basis with no interruption in their education. Transfer students must complete 75% of the credits required for the completion of their bachelor’s degree at Herzing University.

Amount and Criteria for Determination

A $500 tuition credit is applied during the student’s last semester of study. No limit to number of students awarded.

Procedures and How to Apply

Applications are available from the Educational Funding Department and need to be submitted prior to the student’s last semester of study at Herzing University.

Adult Learner Scholarship

General Qualifications

  • All US Campuses
  • Undergraduate only
  • Scholarship is not based on financial need

Eligibility Requirements & Criteria for Selection

Students must receive 2 written recommendations from employers or educators, and submit a qualifying essay of 150-300 words. The essay must pertain to why they are pursuing their field of study and why they chose Herzing University. Students must also maintain a full-time course load of 12 credit hours or be full-time in their clock hour program and students must also meet satisfactory progress during the semester for which the scholarship is awarded.

Amount and Criteria for Determination

The award is for $500 per semester or payment period not to exceed 2 semesters or payment periods for a maximum of $1,000. Only 1 scholarship is available at each campus per semester. The scholarship committee at each campus will determine the recipient.

Procedures and How to Apply

Applications are available from the Educational Funding Department and must be returned to that department no later than 2 weeks prior to the start of the first qualifying semester. Students who miss the deadline may submit an application prior to the start of their 2nd semester or payment period, but will not be eligible for the scholarship after that point.

Badge to Grad

General Qualifications

  • All US Campuses
  • Undergraduate students only
  • Scholarship is not based on financial need

Eligibility Requirements & Criteria for Selection

Students must be employed in a profession public safety profession. Please see the following website for additional information regarding student eligibility, determination of award, and application requirements: http://lawenforcement.herzing.edu/

Community and Technical College Partnership

General Qualifications

  • All US Campuses except for  Akron and Toledo
  • Undergraduates only
  • Scholarship is not based on financial need

Eligibility Requirements & Criteria for Selection

This scholarship is available to graduates and employees of community or technical colleges that are partnered with Herzing University in a formal transfer facilitation agreement. Recipients must be enrolling into a bachelor’s degree program at Herzing University. Graduates from the community or technical college must have completed an associate’s degree before transferring to Herzing University. Please review the list of participating colleges.

Amount and Criteria for Determination

Students are eligible for either a 10% or $500 scholarship depending on the college agreement. The scholarship will be granted during the last semester of study at Herzing University along with a scholarship to cover the cost of their enrollment fee. For a list of partnering colleges and for scholarship amounts, please speak to the Educational Funding Department. No limit to number of students awarded. 

Procedures and How to Apply

Applications are available from the Educational Funding Department and must be returned prior to starting the last semester of study at Herzing.

Dare to Care Nursing Scholarship

General Qualifications

  • All US Campuses excluding Akron and Toledo
  • Undergraduate and Graduate
  • Scholarship is not based on financial need

Eligibility Requirements & Criteria for Selection

Students must be enrolled in a nursing program and be willing to volunteer 10 hours per semester for 2 semesters. Along with having the willingness to volunteer, students must be willing to write an essay on what they learned in their volunteerism efforts.

Amount and Criteria for Determination

Recipients and amounts are selected by the scholarship committee at each campus. Scholarships are awarded until the financial allocation of each campus is reached. Please contact the Educational Funding Department for more information.

Procedures and How to Apply

Please contact the Educational Funding Department for more information.

Financial Responsibility Grant

General Qualifications

  • All US Campuses
  • Undergraduate and Graduate
  • Scholarship is not based on financial need 

Eligibility Requirements & Criteria for Selection

The Financial Responsibility Grant is awarded to any students who limit their student loan borrowing and contribute cash payments toward tuition expenses. Students cannot borrow excess student loans or take out more financial aid than the difference between their tuition expenses and their cash payment amounts for the duration of their program. Students must also maintain enrollment in their program of study without interruption in order to be eligible.

Amount and Criteria for Determination

Students must fill out a FAFSA to qualify for an EFC range other than Tier 4. If a student does not complete a FAFSA, they will automatically fall within the 4th Tier.

Tier

EFC Range (Estimated Family Contribution)

Cash Matching Percentage

Maximum Matching Amount

1

0-1500

100%

$1000.00

2

1501-3000

75%

$1000.00

3

3001-4500

50%

$1000.00

4

4501+

25%

$1000.00

  • Students must make on time payments according to predetermined payment plan.
  • Cash payments are defined as personal or employer payments to the school in the form of cash, money order, personal check, credit card, debit card, or certified check.
  • This grant is only good for matching payment applied to tuition after 9/1/2009.
  • Disbursements will occur in the final month of the student’s final semester of school and only if the student is on track to graduate. All predetermined payment plans must be fulfilled by the disbursement date.
  • Students who had received excess previously, but stopped receiving excess funds as of 1/1/2010 will be eligible under the new conditions of the scholarship.
  • If students re-enroll into an additional degree program at Herzing, the student is eligible for the disbursement if the student adheres to all requirements above as decided upon the campus.

No limit to number of students awarded.

Procedures and How to Apply

Applications are available from the Educational Funding Department and students will be informed of the amount of their scholarship.

H.E.L.P. Scholarships

Employers have the opportunity to partner with Herzing University in order to provide special discounts and benefits for their employees who wish to earn a Herzing University degree. Please contact the Educational Funding Department for more information regarding general qualifications, eligibility, criteria for selection, award amounts, and application requirements.

2014 Kick Start Scholarship

General Qualifications

  • Atlanta, Birmingham, Brookfield, Kenosha, Madison, Minneapolis, New Orleans, Omaha, Online, & Orlando campuses
  • Undergraduates and Graduates
  • Scholarship is not based on financial need

Eligibility Requirements & Criteria for Selection

Employees and immediate family members of new Herzing Enterprise Learning Program member organizations are eligible for the Kick Start scholarship when they enroll and start their program between January-June of 2014.  Students are not allowed to receive excess loan funds while receiving this scholarship.

Amount and Criteria for Determination

Full time students are eligible for a maximum of $1500 and would be paid over 3 semesters.  Part time students are eligible for a maximum of $1000 paid over 3 semesters.  No limit to number of students awarded.

Procedures and How to Apply

No application necessary.  Please contact the Educational Funding department for more information.

MTMI Scholarship

General Qualifications

  • Atlanta, Birmingham, Brookfield, Kenosha, Madison, Minneapolis, New Orleans, Omaha, Online, & Orlando campuses
  • Undergraduates and Graduates
  • Scholarship is not based on financial need

Eligibility Requirements & Criteria for Selection

Clients of MTMI (Medical Technology Management Institute: http://www.mtmi.net/) are eligible for the MTMI Scholarship.  Students are not allowed to take excess loan funds while receiving this scholarship.

Amount and Criteria for Determination

Students are eligible for a $500 one time scholarship.  No limit to number of students awarded.

Procedures and How to Apply

No application necessary.  Please contact the Educational Funding department for more information.

Henry G. Herzing Scholarship

General Qualifications

  • All US Campuses excluding Akron
  • Undergraduates only
  • Scholarship is based on student’s financial need

Eligibility Requirements & Criteria for Selection

Students must be a current high school graduates who commence full-time studies at Herzing University in the same year they graduate from high school. Students must also receive recommendations from 2 references of their high school teaching or counseling staff. Lastly, students must submit a qualifying essay of 150-300 words as to why they are pursuing the field of study being applied for and why they chose Herzing University.

Amount and Criteria for Determination

A $500 scholarship will be awarded up to 4 semesters. One award applicant is chosen each year per campus. The scholarship committee at each campus selects the recipient.

Procedures and How to Apply

High school seniors can obtain an application from the admissions department. The deadline to submit the application, references, and essay is April 15th. Scholarship winners will be notified by May 15th.

Henry G. Herzing Scholarship for Severely Injured Service Members

General Qualifications

  • All US Campuses excluding Akron and Toledo
  • Undergraduates only
  • Scholarship is based on student’s financial need

Eligibility Requirements & Criteria for Selection

Wounded service members, spouses, and dependents of qualifying wounded service members are eligible to apply for the scholarship.  Documentation provided must have a 20% or greater service-connected disability rating and an employment handicap according to the Department of Veteran Affairs.  Students must maintain a 2.5 GPA or higher, agree not to take excess loan funds, and demonstrate financial need.

Amount and Criteria for Determination

12 candidates will be chosen each year by the scholarship committee.  Students are eligible to receive $1,000 per award year and the scholarship will be awarded on the last day of the semester.  Students are encouraged to reapply each year to qualify for additional scholarship funds.

Procedures and How to Apply

Applications are available through the Educational Funding Department.

Alumni Back to School Scholarship

General Qualifications

  • Online campus only
  • Undergraduates and Graduates
  • Scholarship is not based on financial need

Eligibility Requirements & Criteria for Selection

This scholarship is available to Herzing re-enroll students starting their new program through the end of 2014. Students are not eligible to receive excess funds if they receive this scholarship.

Amount and Criteria for Determination

A scholarship of $500 will be applied on the last day of the semester as a 1-time scholarship.

Procedures and How to Apply

No application is necessary. Please contact the Educational Funding Department for more information.

Alumni Scholarship

General Qualifications

  • Madison, Online, New Orleans, and Minneapolis campus
  • Undergraduate students only
  • Scholarship is not based on financial need

Eligibility Requirements & Criteria for Selection: Madison, Online, and New Orleans

2014 starts that have previously earned an undergraduate degree at Herzing and are enrolling into a new undergraduate program are eligible for the Alumni Scholarship.  Students must maintain a 3.0 in the first semester of their enrollment in order to maintain eligibility for the second semester.  Students may not borrow excess funds while receiving this scholarship.  This scholarship begins for the Online campus with the 7/7/2014 start.

Amount and Criteria for Determination: Madison, Online, and New Orleans

Students are eligible for up to a $1,250 award per semester for a maximum of 2 semesters.  Scholarships will be applied on the last day of the semester.  No limit to number of students awarded.

Eligibility Requirements & Criteria for Selection: Minneapolis

Students, who have graduated from Herzing in the Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene program and re-enroll into the Bachelor of Science in Dental Hygiene Program, may be eligible to the Alumni scholarship.  Students must be at least half time and re-enroll into the Bachelor’s program between September and December 2014. 

Amount and Criteria for Determination: Minneapolis

Students may be eligible for up to a $1,000 scholarship split between the first two semesters the student is enrolled in the Bachelor’s program.  No limit to number of students awarded.

Procedures and How to Apply

No application is necessary.  Please contact the Educational Funding Department for more information.

Audit Scholarship

General Qualifications

  • All US campuses excluding Akron and Toledo
  • Undergraduate and Graduate students
  • Scholarship is not based on financial need

Eligibility Requirements & Criteria for Selection

Students who wish to audit courses will be given a scholarship in the amount of the tuition charged to them for attending that class.

Amount and Criteria for Determination

A scholarship will be applied to cover 100% of the tuition and fees billed to them for the audited course.

Procedures and How to Apply

Please contact the Educational Funding Department for more information regarding application requirements and how to apply.

Continuing Education Scholarship

General Qualifications

  • All US Campuses excluding Akron and Toledo
  • Undergraduates and Graduates
  • Scholarship is not based on financial need

Eligibility Requirements & Criteria for Selection

Students who initially enroll into a continuing education program and then go on to enroll in a degree-seeking program may be eligible for the Continuing Education Scholarship.  Enrollment into that new program must be considered full-time and students must maintain continuous enrollment in the program in order to be eligible.  Students who took remedial/developmental courses and went on to a degree-seeking program are not eligible along with students who initially enrolled into the English as a Second Language continuing education program.  Students may not borrow excess funds while receiving this scholarship.

Amount and Criteria for Determination

Eligibility for the scholarship will occur during enrollment in the degree-seeking program.  The amount the student paid for the continuing education program will be the amount of the scholarship applied.  No limit to number of students awarded.

Procedures and How to Apply

No application necessary.  Please contact the Educational Funding department for more information.

High School Transition Scholarship

General Qualifications:

  • All US Campuses excluding Akron and Toledo
  • Undergraduates only
  • Scholarship is not based on financial need

Eligibility Requirements & Criteria for Selection

High school student or recent high school graduates interested in enrolling at Herzing in a degree-seeking program are eligible to take one course prior to enrolling.  Students must also pass the Wonderlic test or score a 17 or higher on the ACT/1250 on SAT.

Amount and Criteria for Determination

Students are eligible for a scholarship to cover the tuition and fees associated with the course.  The course the student is eligible to take is determined by the campus.  No limit to number of students awarded.

Procedures and How to Apply

Application may be necessary as determined by the campus.  Please contact the Educational Funding Department for more information.

Employee Dependent Scholarship

General Qualifications

  • All US Campuses excluding Akron and Toledo
  • Undergraduate and Graduate students
  • Scholarship is not based on financial need

Eligibility Requirements & Criteria for Selection

Full-time employees in good standing who have a minimum of one-year of service to Herzing University are eligible for their qualifying spouses, dependents, and relatives to receive a scholarship. The employee of Herzing University must speak to his or her direct manager for more information regarding eligibility.

Amount and Criteria for Determination

Undergraduate spouses and dependent children over 18 (natural or adopted) are eligible for a maximum 90% tuition reduction for qualifying programs. Undergraduate qualifying relatives are eligible for a maximum 50% tuition reduction for qualifying programs. All students are required to pay the cost of books and fees.

Graduate spouses, dependent children, and qualified relatives are eligible for a maximum 20% tuition reduction for qualifying programs.

The Herzing University employee must speak to his or her direct manager for more information regarding program eligibility and scholarship amounts.

Procedures and How to Apply

The employee of Herzing University must speak to his or her direct manager regarding procedures and applications.

Employee Scholarship

General Qualifications

  • All US Campuses excluding Akron and Toledo
  • Undergraduate and Graduate
  • Scholarship is not based on financial need

Eligibility Requirements & Criteria for Selection

Full-time employees in good standing who have a minimum of one-year service to Herzing University are eligible for a scholarship to cover their tuition expenses. The employee of Herzing University must speak to his or her direct manager for more information regarding eligibility.

Amount and Criteria for Determination

Employees are eligible for a maximum 100% tuition reduction for qualifying programs. All employees are required to pay the cost of books and fees.

The employee of Herzing University must speak to his or her direct manager for more information regarding program eligibility and scholarship amounts.

Procedures and How to Apply

The employee of Herzing University must speak to his or her direct manager regarding procedures and applications.

Graduate Referral EF Scholarship

General Qualifications

  • All US Campuses excluding Akron and Toledo
  • Undergraduates and Graduates
  • Scholarship is not based on financial need

Eligibility Requirements & Criteria for Selection

New students starting at Herzing University are eligible for a referral scholarship. The new student must present a referral card from a member of the Alumni Herzing 500 Program.

Amount and Criteria for Determination

New students are eligible for a $50 scholarship. No limit to number of students awarded.

Procedures and How to Apply

There is no application needed; however, the new student must be referred by a member of the Herzing 500 program and present the referral card as documentation. Please contact the Educational Funding Department for more information.

High School Merit Scholarship

General Qualifications

  • All US Campuses
  • Undergraduates only
  • Scholarship is not based on financial need

Eligibility Requirements & Criteria for Selection

High school seniors whose Herzing University entrance scores are in the upper one-tenth of the scores of students accepted by Herzing University in the prior year at the campus at which the student is applying may be eligible for the High School Merit scholarship. The student must be enrolling as a full-time student in the same year he or she graduates from high school.

Amount and Criteria for Determination

A $250 scholarship will be awarded for the first two semesters or payment periods of the student’s attendance at Herzing University for a total award of $500. One student per campus is awarded the scholarship per year as determined by the scholarship committee at each campus.

Procedures and How to Apply

An application can be obtained from the Admissions or Educational Funding Department and must be returned to either of those departments. The application must be submitted by August 1st of the year in which the student graduates high school. Students will be notified of the results within 2 weeks of making application for the scholarship, but not prior to January 15th of their year of graduation.

International Agreement Grant

General Qualifications

  • All US Campuses excluding Akron and Toledo
  • Undergraduate and Graduate students
  • Scholarship is not based on financial need

Eligibility Requirements & Criteria for Selection

International students attending Herzing University are eligible for the International Agreement Grant. Students must be attending through a qualifying partnership agreement between their home country’s school or agency and Herzing University.

Current Partnerships:

  • Horizon (Sri Lanka)
  • China- Atlanta campus only 
  • MSN Au Pairs- Madison campus only
  • Herzing College- Online campus only

Amount and Criteria for Determination

  • Horizon (Sri Lanka): Undergraduate program tuition will be reduced to $129 USD per credit. Graduate program tuition will be reduced to $216 per credit. No limit to number of students awarded.
  • China: Students are eligible to receive $500/semester for 5 semesters.  No limit to number of students awarded.
  • MSN  Au Pairs:  Student are eligible to receive a scholarship to reduce tuition to $75 per credit.  No limit to number of students awarded.
  • Herzing College:  Students are eligible to receive a scholarship to reduce tuition to $115 per credit.  No limit to number of students awarded.

Procedures and How to Apply

No application necessary. This scholarship is awarded automatically with partnership agreement.  Please contact the Educational Funding Department for more information regarding the partnership agreements.

Quality Assurance Scholarship

General Qualifications

  • All US Campuses excluding Akron and Toledo
  • Undergraduate and Graduate students
  • Scholarship is not based on financial need

Eligibility Requirements & Criteria for Selection

A Herzing University student may retake a course that he or she is dissatisfied with at no additional charge for tuition, provided that the student completed and passed the course with a “C” or better, demonstrated compliance with the stated attendance policy for the course in question, is not in default on his or her student loan(s), and is in good financial standing with Herzing University.

Amount and Criteria for Determination

A student is eligible for a scholarship equal to the amount of the tuition charges for the class(es) retaken. No limit to number of students awarded.

Procedures and how to apply

No application necessary. Students simply must initiate the scheduling of a retake course and the scholarship is applied automatically.

Military Appreciation Grant

General Qualifications

  • All US Campuses
  • Undergraduate and Graduate students
  • Scholarship is not based on financial need

Eligibility Requirements & Criteria for Selection

The Military Appreciation Grant may be awarded to veterans, active duty military service members, and spouses/dependents of active duty service members.  Please see the following link for additional information regarding student eligibility, determination of award, and application requirements: http://www.herzing.edu/tuition-financial-aid/types-financial-aid/military-veteran-benefits

MBA Alumni Scholarship

General Qualifications

  • All US Campuses excluding Akron and Toledo
  • Graduate students only
  • Scholarship is not based on financial need

Eligibility Requirements & Criteria for Selection

The MBA Alumni Scholarship is offered to graduates of Herzing University desiring to pursue a Master’s degree level program with the university.

Amount and Criteria for Determination

Students will receive a scholarship up to approximately 15% off the cost of their semester tuition charges. Please contact the Educational Funding Department for more information regarding scholarship amounts. No limit to number of students awarded.

Procedures and How to Apply

No application necessary.

Montana Workforce Development Scholarship

General Qualifications

  • Online campus only
  • Undergraduates and Graduate students
  • Scholarship is not based on financial need

Eligibility Requirements & Criteria for Selection

Students who can obtain a voucher from the Montana Workforce Development office are eligible for the Montana Workforce Development Scholarship.  Students may not take out excess funds if receiving this scholarship (Exceptions may be made for students enrolled in the Masters of Science in Nursing program). 

Amount and Criteria for Determination

Students are eligibility for up to a 20% reduction in tuition.  Students enrolled in the Medical Assisting and Diploma in Medical Assisting Services degree programs are eligible for a reduction in tuition to $383 per credit.  No limit to number of students awarded.

Procedures and How to Apply

No application is needed; however, a voucher from the Montana Workforce Development is needed.  Please contact the Educational Funding Department for more information.

Nursing Programmatic Scholarship

General Qualifications:

  • Online campus only
  • Undergraduates and Graduates
  • Scholarship is not based on financial need

Eligibility Requirements & Criteria for Selection

Students must be enrolled in the Nursing Bridge (RN to BSN) or the Master of Science in Nursing program at the Online campus.  Please see the following website for additional information regarding student eligibility, determination of award, and application requirements:  http://corp.herzing.edu/nursingscholarship/

Orlando Nursing Programmatic Scholarship

General Qualifications

  • Orlando campus only
  • Undergraduates only
  • Scholarship is not based on financial need

Eligibility Requirements & Criteria for Selection

Students enrolled in the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program at the Orlando campus are eligible for a scholarship disbursed in the student’s final 3 semesters of enrollment prior to graduation. Students must maintain a full-time course schedule in each semester. Students are not allowed receive this scholarship retroactively for any semester prior to Spring 2013.

Amount and Criteria for Determination

Students are eligible for a scholarship of $1,800 for 3 semesters for a total award of $5,400. Disbursements will occur in the last month of each semester. No limit to number of students awarded.

Procedures and How to Apply

No application necessary. The scholarship will be automatically disbursed in the last 3 semesters of the student’s enrollment.

Out of School Balance Forgiveness Scholarship

General Qualifications

  • All US Campuses excluding Akron
  • Undergraduate and Graduate
  • Scholarship is not based on financial need

Eligibility Requirements & Criteria for Selection

Students who wish to re-enter Herzing University  that owe a balance to school may be eligible for the Out of School Balance Forgiveness scholarship. Students are required to complete their 1st semester of their new program before becoming eligible for the scholarship. Balances caused from fraudulent account activity are not eligible to be forgiven. Students who were initially dismissed due to Satisfactory Academic Progress must first appeal their dismissal in order to become eligible for re-entry into the university.  Determination of student eligibility is up to the discretion of the campus.

Amount and Criteria for Determination

Students with a balance of $1,500 or under are eligible for a scholarship up to the full balance. Students will balances of $1,501 or more will be eligible for a scholarship of up to $1,500. No limit to number of students awarded; however, students who withdraw and re-enter are only eligible to receive the scholarship one time. The scholarship must be approved by the Director of Educational Funding at each campus to which the balance is owed.

Procedures and How to Apply

No application necessary. Please contact the Educational Funding Department for more information.

Inaugural Class Scholarship

General Qualifications

  • All US Campuses
  • Undergraduate and Graduate students
  • Scholarship is not based on financial need

Eligibility Requirements & Criteria for Selection

Students new to Herzing entering into a recently launched program may be eligible for the Inaugural Class Scholarship.  Undergraduate students are required to maintain a 2.0 GPA and Graduates need to maintain a 3.0 in order to receive the second disbursement of the scholarship.  Students must maintain continuous enrollment in the eligible program.  Students are not eligible to receive excess funds while receiving this scholarship.  Not all programs qualify.  Please contact the Educational Funding Department to determine program eligibility.

Amount and Criteria for Determination

Full time students may be eligible for up to a $2,000 scholarship and part time students may be eligible for up to a $1000 scholarship split between 2 semesters.  No limit to number of students awarded.

Procedures and How to Apply

No application necessary. Please contact the Educational Funding Department for more information regarding program eligibility. 

Institutional Scholarship for Completion of Second Degree/Major

General Qualifications

  • All US Campuses
  • Undergraduates only
  • Scholarship is not based on financial need

Eligibility Requirements & Criteria for Selection

Students enrolled in their second bachelor’s degree program are eligible to receive an institutional scholarship for a course of their choice during their final semester of study at Herzing University. The student must have completed their first bachelor’s degree at Herzing University.

Amount and Criteria for Determination

Amount of scholarship varies based on the course the student chooses to waive. Please contact the Educational Funding Department for more details on the amount of the scholarship. No limit to number of students awarded.

Procedures and How to Apply

No application necessary. Please contact the Educational Funding Department for more information.

Menomonee Falls Community Scholarship

General Qualifications:

  • Online campus only
  • Undergraduates and Graduates
  • Scholarship is not based on financial need

Eligibility Requirements & Criteria for Selection

Students must live or work in Menomonee Falls, WI. Students must also meet the minimum score on required entrance evaluations, have or be able to obtain proof of high school graduation or GED/HSED, or be a high school student in good standing with a graduation date before June 30 of the appropriate year. Students must also be attending full-time and be making Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) during the semesters for which the scholarship is awarded. Students must not borrow excess funding in order to receive the scholarship.

Amount and Criteria for Determination

Students are eligible for up to a $1,000 scholarship divided equally between 2 semesters. Only 20 scholarships are available in total. Selection for the Menomonee Falls Community Scholarship will be determined by the Scholarship Committee at the Online campus.

Procedures and How to Apply

No application is necessary, but the student must provide proof of residency or employment. Students can turn in documentation to the Educational Funding Department at the Online campus

Pass/Fail Scholarship

General Qualifications:

  • All US Campuses excluding Akron and Toledo
  • Undergraduates and Graduates
  • Scholarship is not based on financial need

Eligibility Requirements & Criteria for Selection

Students who must retake previously passed courses as a requirement of their academic plan may be eligible for the Pass/Fail Scholarship.  Typically this occurs when a student fails a certain course that requires them to retake a previously passed course.

Amount and Criteria for Determination

Students are eligible for a scholarship in the amount of the tuition and fee charges for the retake class. The Student Academic Progress (SAP) Committee will determine whether the course qualifies and the scholarship will be based on the cost of those courses.

Procedures and How to Apply

No application is necessary.  Please contact the Educational Funding Department for more information.

Retake Scholarship

General Qualifications:

  • All US Campuses excluding Akron and Toledo
  • Undergraduates and Graduates
  • Scholarship is not based on financial need

Eligibility Requirements & Criteria for Selection

Students who have completed pass/fail retake courses (meaning student had to retake a previously passed course as part of their academic plan) may be eligible for the Retake Scholarship.  If students have completed their previously passed course a second time and will now be attempting to complete the original failed course, they may be able to get a scholarship to cover the costs of the course.

Amount and Criteria for Determination

Students are eligible for a scholarship in the amount of the tuition and fee charges for the retaken failed course. The Student Academic Progress (SAP) Committee will determine whether the course qualifies and the scholarship will be based on the cost of those courses.

Procedures and How to Apply

No application is necessary.  Please contact the Educational Funding Department for more information.

Scholarship Restrictions

In general, students are limited to 1 scholarship only during their period of enrollment. However, exceptions regarding use of multiple scholarships may apply. Please contact the Educational Funding Department for more information regarding eligibility.

State Grants and Scholarships

Alabama State Grants

Alabama State Grants only apply to students enrolled at the Herzing University- Birmingham campus. Herzing University is approved to award students with the following grants. Please contact the Educational Funding Department for further information.

Alabama Student Assistance Program

For more information regarding eligibility requirements, criteria for selection, amounts awarded, and procedures on how to apply please visit the following Alabama Commission on Higher Education website: http://www.ache.alabama.gov/Content/Departments/StudentAsst/StudentAsst.aspx

Florida State Grants

Florida State Grants only apply to students enrolled at the Herzing University- Orlando campus. Herzing University is approved to award students with the following grants. Please contact the Educational Funding Department for further information.

Florida Bright Futures

For more information regarding eligibility requirements, criteria for selection, amounts awarded, and procedures on how to apply please visit the following Florida Department of Education website: http://www.floridastudentfinancialaid.org/SSFAD/bf/bfmain.htm

Florida Student Assistance Grant

For more information regarding eligibility requirements, criteria for selection, amounts awarded, and procedures on how to apply please visit the following Florida Department of Education website: http://www.floridastudentfinancialaid.org/SSFAD/factsheets/FSAG.pdf

José Martí Scholarship Challenge Grant Fund

For more information regarding eligibility requirements, criteria for selection, amounts awarded, and procedures on how to apply please visit the following Florida Department of Education website: http://www.floridastudentfinancialaid.org/SSFAD/factsheets/JoseMarti.pdf

Scholarships for Children and Spouses of Deceased or Disabled Veterans

For more information regarding eligibility requirements, criteria for selection, amounts awarded, and procedures on how to apply please visit the following Florida Department of Education website: http://www.floridastudentfinancialaid.org/SSFAD/factsheets/CDDV.pdf

Georgia State Grants

Georgia State Grants only apply to students enrolled at the Herzing University- Atlanta campus. Herzing University is approved to award students with the following grants. Please contact the Educational Funding Department for further information.

Accel Program

For more information regarding eligibility requirements, criteria for selection, amounts awarded, and procedures on how to apply please visit the following: https://www.gacollege411.org/Financial_Aid_Planning/Scholarships/Grants_and_Scholarships/Accel_Program.aspx

Georgia Public Safety Memorial Grant

For more information regarding eligibility requirements, criteria for selection, amounts awarded, and procedures on how to apply please visit the following: https://secure.gacollege411.org/Financial_Aid_Planning/Scholarships/Grants_and_Scholarships/Public_Safety_Memorial_Grant.aspx

HOPE GED

For more information regarding eligibility requirements, criteria for selection, amounts awarded, and procedures on how to apply please visit the following: https://secure.gacollege411.org/Financial_Aid_Planning/HOPE_Program/_default.aspx

HOPE Private Program

For more information regarding eligibility requirements, criteria for selection, amounts awarded, and procedures on how to apply please visit the following: https://secure.gacollege411.org/Financial_Aid_Planning/HOPE_Program/_default.aspx

Georgia Tuition Equalization Grant

For more information regarding eligibility requirements, criteria for selection, amounts awarded, and procedures on how to apply please visit the following: https://secure.gacollege411.org/Financial_Aid_Planning/Scholarships/Grants_and_Scholarships/Georgia_Tuition_Equalization_Grant_Program.aspx

Zell Miller Scholarship

For more information regarding eligibility requirements, criteria for selection, amounts awarded, and procedures on how to apply please visit the following: https://secure.gacollege411.org/Financial_Aid_Planning/HOPE_Program/_default.aspx

Ohio State Grants

Ohio State Grants only apply to students enrolled at the Herzing University- Akron and Herzing University- Toledo campuses. Herzing University is approved to award students with the following grant. Please contact the Educational Funding Department for further information.

Ohio College Opportunity Grant

For more information regarding eligibility requirements, criteria for selection, amounts awarded, and procedures on how to apply please visit the following Ohio Higher Education website: https://www.ohiohighered.org/ocog

Minnesota State Grants

Minnesota State Grants only apply to students enrolled at the Herzing University- Minneapolis campus. Herzing University is approved to award students with the following grants. Please contact the Educational Funding Department for further information.

Minnesota Child Care Grant

For more information regarding eligibility requirements, criteria for selection, amounts awarded, and procedures on how to apply please visit the following Minnesota Office of Higher Education website: http://www.ohe.state.mn.us/mPg.cfm?pageID=140

Minnesota Indian Scholarship

For more information regarding eligibility requirements, criteria for selection, amounts awarded, and procedures on how to apply please visit the following Minnesota Office of Higher Education website: http://www.ohe.state.mn.us/mPg.cfm?pageID=149

Minnesota State Grant

For more information regarding eligibility requirements, criteria for selection, amounts awarded, and procedures on how to apply please visit the following Minnesota Office of Higher Education website: http://www.ohe.state.mn.us/mPg.cfm?pageID=138

Nebraska State Grants

Nebraska State Grants only apply to students enrolled at the Herzing University- Omaha campus. Herzing is approved to award students with the following grant. Please contact the Educational Funding Department for further information.

Nebraska Opportunity Grant (formerly Nebraska State Grant)

In order to qualify for the Nebraska Opportunity Grant, undergraduate students must demonstrate financial need as defined by the state and be Nebraska residents. For more information regarding eligibility requirements, criteria for selection, amounts awarded, and procedures on how to apply please visit the following Nebraska Coordination Commission for Postsecondary Education website: http://www.ccpe.state.ne.us/PublicDoc/Ccpe/NOG.asp

Federal Grants

In general, students may be eligible for Title IV aid if the following provisions apply:

  • The student is enrolled as a regular student in a Title IV-eligible program.
  • The student is a U.S. citizen or eligible non-citizen.
  • The student meets the need requirements specified.
  • The student makes satisfactory academic progress toward completing their program. Please visit the following URL to find information regarding Herzing University’s satisfactory academic progress (SAP) policy: http://www.herzing.edu/university-policy-statements
  • The student is not in default on a Title IV loan received at any institution.
  • The student has not met or exceeded aggregate loan limits.
  • The student is not concurrently receiving Title IV financial aid from another institution of higher education.
  • The student has not met or exceeded Pell lifetime eligibility limits.
  • The student does not owe a refund or repayment on a Federal Pell Grant, ACG, National SMART Grant, or Federal SEOG.
  • For additional eligibility requirements please see: http://studentaid.ed.gov/eligibility/basic-criteria

Information regarding disbursements

All Federal Grant disbursements will begin in Week 3 of each student’s award period. Funds are applied to student’s ledger accounts and excess funds will be disbursed within 14 days after the date of disbursement. Textbooks are included in the cost of tuition therefore Pell eligible students will not receive early disbursements of the Federal Pell Grant.

Please contact the Educational Funding Department for further information.

Applying for Title IV aid

All students who apply for federal financial aid are required to fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Students are encouraged to visit the following website to fill out their FAFSA: http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/

Herzing University’s school code is: 009621

Federal Pell Grant

Federal Pell Grants are given to undergraduate students who demonstrate financial need. Students are required to fill out a FAFSA in order to qualify. For more information regarding eligibility requirements, criteria for selection, amounts awarded, and procedures on how to apply please visit the following Federal Student Aid website: https://studentaid.ed.gov/types/grants-scholarships/pell

Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (FSEOG)

Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants are awarded to students who demonstrate exceptional financial need. Students must be Pell eligible undergraduate students, attending at a half-time or greater status, who have not earned a bachelor’s degree. Students are required to fill out a FAFSA in order to qualify. For more information regarding eligibility requirements, criteria for selection, amounts awarded, and procedures on how to apply please visit the following Federal Student Aid website: https://studentaid.ed.gov/types/grants-scholarships/fseog

Birmingham Crime Rates and Security Information

This information is provided as part of Herzing University’s commitment to safety and security and is in compliance with the Federal Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act of 1990.

CAMPUS SAFETY POLICIES

Campus policies regarding the reporting of criminal actions and emergencies: Herzing University students and employees will report all observed criminal actions and bona fide emergencies to the University Campus President/Director.  In his/her absence, they should report to the Academic Dean. If necessary, the administrator will contact the emergency response unit of the local police by dialing 911. The administrator to whom the crime or emergency is reported will make written notation, including names, date and time of the reported incident and will remain on duty to assist the police in establishing details of the incident reported. Further, the University Campus President/Director will maintain a file of such reported incidents and will endeavor to learn of and note the conclusions. In the absence of both the President and the Academic Dean, reporting of criminal actions, and/or emergencies to the appropriate authorities should be undertaken directly by the employee or student who has either been victimized or has observed an alleged criminal action.

Campus policies concerning law enforcement: It is the established duty of all Herzing personnel to promptly report criminal incidents to the senior administrator present when a reportable incident occurs. Likewise, students are to be aware of campus law policies and are expected to report possible infractions immediately. Herzing University maintains a working relationship with our local police department.  Students are counseled at the beginning of each term to report all crimes as suspected or observed.

Campus policies concerning security personnel: Some Herzing University campuses employ campus security personnel. The role of campus security is to deter crimes from occurring on or near campus property. Any crimes that do occur on campus should be reported to campus security immediately. Campus security will document the incident and contact local law enforcement if necessary. Herzing University campus security has a working relationship with local and state law enforcement, but does not have any formal agreement for the investigation of alleged criminal offenses.

For campuses without campus security personnel, all crimes that occur on campus should be reported immediately to the Campus President or another Director on campus. If a crime occurs while campus security or the Campus President/Director is unavailable, please contact the appropriate law enforcement agency immediately. Students, staff and faculty involved in or witness to a crime are encouraged to give accurate and immediate information to campus security and the appropriate law enforcement agencies for all reported crimes.

Campus policies in regards of awareness: Herzing University conducts new student orientation each term for all new students. This orientation includes information about on-site security and crime awareness. Employees are informed of crime reporting policies, campus law and crime statistics at the time of their employment and are given updates yearly. Further, all students are counseled in drug awareness as a condition of Herzing’s eligibility to participate in Title IV financial assistance programs. Herzing University has no specific program designed to inform students and employees about the prevention of crimes, with the exception of those described above and occasional seminars from outside authorities.

Campus policies with regard to facilities access: The University building premises are managed by Herzing University. These premises are considered off limits to all but those members of the general public who have specific business concerns or relations with Herzing University. Therefore, all unidentified visitors may be challenged for purpose of visit at any time by members of the Herzing University staff and administration. Visitors deemed as intruders will be reported to the University Campus President and/or the Police Department when a staff member is not able to cause the unauthorized individual to vacate the University property. Students, staff, and faculty are urged to report intrusions immediately to members of the administration.

EMERGENCY RESPONSE AND EVACUATION PROCEDURES

Not applicable for students, staff or faculty at a distance. For students, staff or faculty on site: Herzing University commits to immediately notify the campus community of a significant emergency or dangerous situation involving an immediate threat to the health or safety of those on campus, unless the notification at that time will compromise efforts to assist victims or contain the emergency. Notification of such events will be communicated to students and staff by means of email, text messages, telephone calls or any other form of effective communication. Emergency information will be disseminated to the larger community by campus security, the Campus President or a Herzing University Director.

Emergency response and evacuation procedures are tested annually. Each campus conducts their own annual emergency response and evacuation procedures test and documents the details of this test. Upon request, written documentation of our annual test will be provided at the campus level. Please contact the campus front desk to obtain more information about a specific campus’s annual emergency response and evacuation procedure test. If evacuation from the school is necessary due to an emergency, please follow the posted evacuation procedures.

PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY

The cooperation and involvement of students, faculty and staff is absolutely necessary. Every individual must assume responsibility for their own safety and the security of their property by following simple precautions and operating with common sense.

DRUG AND ALCOHOL POLICY

It is the policy of Herzing University to provide a positive environment which is conducive to learning. The unlawful possession, use or distribution of illicit drugs and alcohol on school property or in connection with any school activity is strictly prohibited. This prohibition applies to all employees and students. Violation of these provisions by a student may lead to the imposition of a disciplinary sanction, up to and including suspension or expulsion. Herzing University employees are also subject to disciplinary sanctions for violation of these provisions occurring on University property or the worksite during work time, up to and including termination from employment.

For those students who choose to use alcohol, Herzing University encourages students to drink responsibly. Consuming alcohol has many risk factors and can lead to dependency. With excessive use, liver, brain, heart, and stomach destruction can occur without apparent symptoms. Alcohol is one of the leading causes of preventable deaths in the United States. For help with alcohol dependency or related concerns, go to http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmedhealth/PMH0001940/.

WEAPONS POLICY

Carrying or bringing firearms, knives, handcuffs, or weapons of any type is strictly prohibited. If this policy is violated, the police will be called and the offender escorted off school premises. Student or staff offenders may be terminated, suspended, or put on probation at the discretion of the administration.

SEX OFFENSE POLICY

Sexual Assault Prevention: Staff and students are urged to be cognizant of situations which might put them in danger of sexual assault, such as walking out to dark parking lots by themselves, waiting in an unlit area for public transportation by themselves or even working alone at the University late in the evening. In particular, female staff members and female students should not work by themselves at the University and should travel in groups as often as possible when going to public transportation or going to their automobile. Any staff member who is aware of a situation which could give rise to the risk of sexual assault should bring the situation to the attention of the University Campus President.

Sexual Harassment: Herzing University wishes to strongly indicate its opposition to sexual harassment and identify the complete procedures available to victims whether staff members, employees or students as well as disciplinary penalties which could be imposed for sexually harassing conduct or behavior.

Guidelines:

  • Sexual harassment includes any unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors and other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature where tolerance of such actions is made a condition of employment, or which interferes with an individual’s work performance or simply creates an intimidating, hostile or offensive University environment. It can include harassment between employees, between employees and students and between students.
  • The creation of an intimidating, hostile or offensive University environment may include such actions as persistent sexual comments or the display of obscene or sexually oriented photographs or drawings. However, conduct or actions that arise out of a personal or social relationship and that are not intended to have a social relationship effect and that are not intended to have a discriminatory employment effect or discriminatory grading or treatment effect in the event of students, may not be viewed as harassment. (The University discourages staff from seeking or becoming involved in relationships with students that exceed normal and usual educational relationships developed to promote the instructional process.) The University will determine whether such conduct constitutes sexual harassment, based on a review of the facts and circumstances of each situation.
  • The University will not condone any sexual harassment of its employees or students. All employees, including supervisors, managers and students, will be subject to severe discipline, up to and including discharge, for any act of sexual harassment they commit.
  • Employees or students who feel victimized by sexual harassment are encouraged to report the harassment to the University Campus President. If the University Campus President is the source of the alleged harassment, the employee should report the problem to the President of the Herzing University system. Twenty four hours after reporting the harassment to the University Campus President, the person filing the complaint must provide a written account of the incident to the President. The President will give a preliminary report to the complainant within one school day after receiving the written complaint and, in general, will inform the complainant and the accused of the University findings and possible actions within seven days.
  • University Campus Presidents who receive a sexual harassment complaint should carefully investigate the matter, questioning all employees (or students as appropriate) who may have knowledge of either the incident in question or similar problems. Both the complaint and the investigative steps and findings should be documented as thoroughly as possible. As much as possible, confidentiality will be maintained with respect to a sexual harassment complaint and only those who need to know about such a complaint will be advised of its existence. In the interest of being able to investigate the complaint in an unbiased atmosphere as possible, the person filing the complaint and the accused person shall not discuss the matter with Herzing students or Herzing personnel not involved in the incident other than the staff person doing the investigation.
  • Employees or students who are dissatisfied with the University Campus President’s resolution of a sexual harassment complaint may file a complaint with the President of the Herzing University system. No employee will be subject to any form of retaliation or discipline for pursuing a sexual harassment complaint.

Procedures to be Followed when Reporting Offenses

  1. When an alleged sex offense occurs at the University or the accused is a student or employee of the University, students or employees of the University must report such alleged sex offenses directly to the University Campus President, or if the alleged offense involves a University Campus President, directly to the President of the Herzing University system.
  2. The University Campus President, upon request of the alleged victim, will notify law enforcement officials.
  3. The University Campus President will refer the alleged victim to appropriate counseling services, depending upon the nature of the offense.
  4. The University Campus President will carefully investigate the matter, questioning all employees or students who may have knowledge of the incident.  Both the complaint and the investigative steps will be documented as thoroughly as possible. As much as possible, confidentiality will be maintained with respect to the sex offense complaint and only those who need to know about such an incident will know of its existence.

Sanctions for Sex Offences

Aside from criminal penalties that employees or students may be subjected to for sex offenses, the University may take action based upon its own investigation of alleged sex offenses, and based upon the conclusion of its investigation may do one of the following to an alleged offender:

  • Suspension for a period of time. In the event of an employee, the suspension may be with or without pay.
  • Termination.
  • Other disciplinary action.

Available Options in Living and Academic Arrangements

The University maintains no housing for either employees or students. Consequently, any change in living arrangements which would be desired by an alleged sex offense victim must be the responsibility of that individual. However, the University will assist students who are seeking alternate housing by providing recommendations or a source of appropriate housing recommendations.

An alleged victim will have an opportunity to request assistance in changing their academic situation. Possible alternatives include:

  • Changing instructors.
  • Changing to a different academic schedule if available.
  • Withdrawal.

Disclosures to Alleged Victims

Herzing University will, upon written request, disclose to the alleged victim of a crime of violence, or a non-forcible sex offense, the results of any disciplinary hearing conducted by the college against the student who is the alleged perpetrator of the crime or offense. If the alleged victim is deceased as a result of the crime or offense, Herzing University will provide the results of the disciplinary hearing to the victim’s next of kin, if so requested.

Herzing University - Birmingham

In compliance with Public Law 102-26, the following information on crimes is reported for your review.

 201120122013
 OCNCPPOCNCPPOCNCPP
Murder /Non-Negligent Manslaughter000000000
Negligent Manslaughter000000000
Forcible Sex Offenses000000000
Non-Forcible Sex Offenses000000000
Domestic Violence******000
Dating Violence******000
Stalking******000
Robbery000010000
Aggravated Assault000000000
Burglary200000000
Motor Vehicle Theft100000000
Arson000000000
 
In addition to the above crimes, the following numbers of arrests were made for these specific violations:
 201120122013
 OCNCPPOCNCPPOCNCPP
Liquor Law Arrests000000000
Drug Law Arrest000000000
Illegal Weapons Possession Arrests000000000

OC - On Campus Property, NC - Non-Campus Property, PP - Public Property
There were no reported hate crimes for the years 2011, 2012 or 2013.
* Data not reported in this category for this year, in accordance with federal law.

Information on Crime Statistics Preparation and Reporting
The University prepares this report to comply with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistics Act. The procedures for preparing the annual disclosure of crime statistics include reporting statistics obtained from the local police departments and non-police officials at each campus (Campus Presidents and Academic Deans). For statistical purposes, crime statistics reported to any of these sources are recorded in the calendar year the crime was reported. All of the statistics are gathered, complied and reported to Herzing University and posted on the Herzing University website.

Each year, an e-mail notification that provides the web site to access this report is sent to all enrolled students. Faculty and staff receive similar notification emails. Copies of the report may also be obtained from the campus. All prospective employees may obtain a copy from Human Resources.

Graduation Rates

Each year Herzing University provides all current and prospective students with our graduation and completion rates for a specific cohort of students. This information is gathered annually in compliance with the Student Right-to-Know Act. Graduation and completion rates are calculated for full time, first time undergraduate students who complete their program within 150% of the length of their program.

  • Herzing University - Akron

    Four Year Average from 2002 – 2005
    Graduation and Completion Rate
    64%
    Fall 2005 Cohort
    Graduation and Completion Rate
    60%
  • Herzing University - Atlanta

    Four Year Average from 2002 – 2005
    Graduation and Completion Rate
    24%
    Fall 2005 Cohort
    Graduation and Completion Rate
    16%
  • Herzing University - Birmingham

    Four Year Average from 2002 – 2005
    Graduation and Completion Rate
    24%
    Fall 2005 Cohort
    Graduation and Completion Rate
    11%
  • Herzing University - Madison/Online

    Four Year Average from 2002 – 2005
    Graduation and Completion Rate
    44%
    Fall 2005 Cohort
    Graduation and Completion Rate
    56%
  • Herzing University - Minneapolis

    Four Year Average from 2002 – 2005
    Graduation and Completion Rate
    65%
    Fall 2005 Cohort
    Graduation and Completion Rate
    73%
  • Herzing University - New Orleans

    Four Year Average from 2002 – 2005
    Graduation and Completion Rate
    53%
    Fall 2005 Cohort
    Graduation and Completion Rate
    100%
  • Omaha School of Massage and Healthcare of Herzing University

    Four Year Average from 2002 – 2005
    Graduation and Completion Rate
    85%
    Fall 2005 Cohort
    Graduation and Completion Rate
    68%
  • Herzing University - Orlando

    Four Year Average from 2002 – 2005
    Graduation and Completion Rate
    41%
    Fall 2005 Cohort
    Graduation and Completion Rate
    44%

No graduation rates are available for campuses in Brookfield, Kenosha, or Toledo as these locations opened in 2008 or later.

If you would like to request a paper copy of this report, please contact your campus registration department.

Birmingham - FAQ'S

Here you will find answers to some of the most commonly asked questions about financial aid. Please contact an if you need clarification or have further questions.

General Questions

How do I know if I’m eligible for Financial Aid through Herzing University?

You are eligible if you meet the following criteria:

  • You are a citizen or eligible non-citizen.
  • You have a valid social security number (unless you are from the Republic of the Marshall Islands, the Federated States of Micronesia, or the Republic of Palau).
  • You are registered with the selective service if you are male, age 18-25. If you have not yet registered, go to http://www.sss.gov/ for more information.
  • You have a high school diploma, GED, or pass an exam approved by the U.S. Department of Education.
  • You are enrolled or accepted for enrollment as a regular student working toward a degree or certificate in an eligible program at a school that participates in the federal student aid programs.
  • You do not have a drug conviction for an offense that occurred while you were receiving federal student aid.
  • You must not owe a refund on a federal grant or be in default on a federal student loan.
  • You must demonstrate financial need (except for unsubsidized Stafford Loans).

How soon before enrolling should I start the financial aid process?

As soon as you have decided to further your education, you should start the financial aid process by first requesting your PIN and then begin filling out your FAFSA form.

What is the Herzing University school code for FAFSA?

Students attending all Herzing campuses should include the school code for the Madison, Wisconsin, location: 009621.

My FAFSA form has been processed. What is my EFC?

The EFC is your Estimated Family Contribution. Based on the information you provided on your FAFSA, the government estimates the amount your family will be able to contribute for that school year. Please note: It is common for this EFC number to change once Herzing University’s Educational Funding Department reviews your application and makes any necessary updates to your FAFSA information.

What is the Student Aid Report (SAR)?

The Student Aid Report shows the information you provided on your FAFSA form, along with your Estimated Family Contribution (EFC) figure, and Data Release Number (DRN). Review this information carefully. If you need to make any corrections, go to Make Corrections to a Processed FAFSA.

When do I know how much financial aid I will receive?

Once you have been accepted to Herzing University and have fulfilled all requirements for the financial aid application, you will receive a Financial Aid Award Letter detailing your Financial Aid Award Package, including the dollar amount and type of aid you will receive.

How and when is my financial aid money disbursed?

Once you accept your Financial Aid Award Package and begin classes, your financial aid award money will be applied to your account at Herzing University to cover the cost of tuition. Any remaining money will be mailed as a check to your address on file according to the mail dates indicated on your award letter, unless you choose to return the unused portion to the lender. Please note: It is the student’s responsibility to communicate any name and/or address changes to Herzing University.

What if financial aid does not cover my full tuition amount?

You are responsible for any balance on your account that is not covered by financial aid. Possible payment options include cash or credit card, employer tuition reimbursement, military benefits, or scholarships. Contact an educational funding officer to learn more.

What happens if I withdraw from a course or Herzing University?

Any changes to your enrollment status may affect financial aid eligibility. If you need to withdraw from a course(s), please speak to your advisor to discuss the potential ramifications on your financial aid.

Dependent Students

According to my FAFSA form, I’m considered a dependent student. What does this mean?

Based on your age, marital status, and family status, you may be considered a dependent student and you will need your parent’s help when completing the financial aid process. If you have questions about being declared a dependent student, or if your parents are divorced and you’re not sure which parent(s) need to supply information, please contact an educational funding officer.

What if I am a dependent student, but my parents won’t complete their portion of the financial aid forms?

Unfortunately, if your parents are unwilling to provide the required information then you will likely be ineligible for federal and state financial aid. Please contact an educational funding officer if you have questions about your specific situation.

Verification

What is verification?

Verification if a common step in the financial aid process. If your FAFSA is selected for verification by either the U.S. Department of Education or Herzing University Financial Aid, you will be asked to submit additional information to verify that the questions on your FAFSA form were answered correctly.

What happens if my FAFSA is selected for verification?

If selected for verification, you will be required to submit a Verification Worksheet (provided by your Educational Funding Department) and some, or all, of the following:

  • A copy of your most recent federal tax filing, and your spouse’s or parent’s tax filing if applicable. You can request a free Tax Transcript from the IRS Tax Transcript Request Line by calling 800-829-1040 (fastest service) or go to http://www.irs.gov/Individuals/Order-a-Transcript.
  • Proof of child support paid
  • Identity and Statement of Educational Purpose
  • High school diploma or GED

Other supporting documentation includes, but is not limited to:

  • W2’s
  • Birth certificate
  • Immigration papers
  • Social security card
  • Divorce decree or separation documentation (must have correct, current name)
  • Ward of the Court
  • Homelessness documentation
  • SNAP Benefits

I’m ready to apply for financial aid. Where do I start?

Our step-by-step instructions will guide you through the financial aid application process.

Apply for Financial Aid

Customized Aid Packages

One of the concerns for individuals returning to school is the issue of financing their education. Herzing University will help students develop financial plans to pay for their education through a combination of scholarships, grants, loans, state benefits, military benefits, and private and individual funding, if applicable.

Students should keep in mind that student aid programs are intended to supplement the resources of the student and their families and are not a means to pay all of the student's educational expenses. They offer a way to bridge the gap between what the student and family can provide and the cost of attending school.

Each campus has a dedicated Educational Funding Department to help students understand the cost of an education and how to plan accordingly.

Select your campus to find contact information for the appropriate Educational Funding Department:

Birmingham - Graduate Admissions

Start a New, Fulfilling Career Today

At Herzing University, a college education is within your reach. Whether you are a recent high school grad, an international student, a transfer student, or a working adult, we’ll help you find the right undergraduate program for your educational and career goals.

We offer a personal approach to college admissions. Our admissions advisors are with you every step of the way to answer questions, provide guidance, and help you realize your dream of a college degree.

Let’s Get Started

We’ve made our undergraduate admissions process simple and straightforward. Here is everything you need to know to get started.

  1. Schedule an interview with one of our admissions advisors. You’ll learn important information about scheduling, start dates, student services, and employment opportunities for graduates. We will evaluate your aptitude, review your prior education, and explore program options with you.
  2. Schedule a tour of the campus you are interested in attending. (This will be a virtual tour for online campus students.)
  3. Submit your application online or in person at one of our campus locations. We accept applications for admission on a continuous basis, and some requirements vary by location or program.
  4. Provide your official high school transcript, GED, or HSED. If you don’t have a copy, please fill out a High School Transcript Request Form to have Herzing obtain the transcript on your behalf. Please contact your campus for the correct form.
  5. If applicable, explore your financial aid options and complete all necessary documentation.
  6. Pay the $50 enrollment fee.
  7. Upon admission to your program, you will be automatically registered into the appropriate classes needed for your entire program.

Are you ready to take the next step? Talk to an advisor, or apply now.

Birmingham - Undergraduate Admissions

Start a New, Fulfilling Career Today

At Herzing University, a college education is within your reach. Whether you are a recent high school grad, an international student, a transfer student, or a working adult, we’ll help you find the right undergraduate program for your educational and career goals.

We offer a personal approach to college admissions. Our admissions advisors are with you every step of the way to answer questions, provide guidance, and help you realize your dream of a college degree.

Let’s Get Started

We’ve made our undergraduate admissions process simple and straightforward. Here is everything you need to know to get started.

  1. Schedule an interview with one of our admissions advisors. You’ll learn important information about scheduling, start dates, student services, and employment opportunities for graduates. We will evaluate your aptitude, review your prior education, and explore program options with you.
  2. Schedule a tour of the campus you are interested in attending. (This will be a virtual tour for online campus students.)
  3. Submit your application online or in person at one of our campus locations. We accept applications for admission on a continuous basis, and some requirements vary by location or program.
  4. Provide your official high school transcript, GED, or HSED. If you don’t have a copy, please fill out a High School Transcript Request Form to have Herzing obtain the transcript on your behalf. Please contact your campus for the correct form.
  5. If applicable, explore your financial aid options and complete all necessary documentation.
  6. Pay the $50 enrollment fee.
  7. Upon admission to your program, you will be automatically registered into the appropriate classes needed for your entire program.

Are you ready to take the next step? Talk to an advisor, or apply now.

Omaha Crime Rates and Security Information

Omaha School of Massage and Healthcare of Herzing University

This information is provided as part of Herzing University’s commitment to safety and security and is in compliance with the Federal Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act of 1990.

CAMPUS SAFETY POLICIES

Campus policies regarding the reporting of criminal actions and emergencies: Herzing University students and employees will report all observed criminal actions and bona fide emergencies to the University Campus President/Director.  In his/her absence, they should report to the Academic Dean. If necessary, the administrator will contact the emergency response unit of the local police by dialing 911. The administrator to whom the crime or emergency is reported will make written notation, including names, date and time of the reported incident and will remain on duty to assist the police in establishing details of the incident reported. Further, the University Campus President/Director will maintain a file of such reported incidents and will endeavor to learn of and note the conclusions. In the absence of both the President and the Academic Dean, reporting of criminal actions, and/or emergencies to the appropriate authorities should be undertaken directly by the employee or student who has either been victimized or has observed an alleged criminal action.

Campus policies concerning law enforcement: It is the established duty of all Herzing personnel to promptly report criminal incidents to the senior administrator present when a reportable incident occurs. Likewise, students are to be aware of campus law policies and are expected to report possible infractions immediately. Herzing University maintains a working relationship with our local police department.  Students are counseled at the beginning of each term to report all crimes as suspected or observed.

Campus policies concerning security personnel: Some Herzing University campuses employ campus security personnel. The role of campus security is to deter crimes from occurring on or near campus property. Any crimes that do occur on campus should be reported to campus security immediately. Campus security will document the incident and contact local law enforcement if necessary. Herzing University campus security has a working relationship with local and state law enforcement, but does not have any formal agreement for the investigation of alleged criminal offenses.

For campuses without campus security personnel, all crimes that occur on campus should be reported immediately to the Campus President or another Director on campus. If a crime occurs while campus security or the Campus President/Director is unavailable, please contact the appropriate law enforcement agency immediately. Students, staff and faculty involved in or witness to a crime are encouraged to give accurate and immediate information to campus security and the appropriate law enforcement agencies for all reported crimes.

Campus policies in regards of awareness: Herzing University conducts new student orientation each term for all new students. This orientation includes information about on-site security and crime awareness. Employees are informed of crime reporting policies, campus law and crime statistics at the time of their employment and are given updates yearly. Further, all students are counseled in drug awareness as a condition of Herzing’s eligibility to participate in Title IV financial assistance programs. Herzing University has no specific program designed to inform students and employees about the prevention of crimes, with the exception of those described above and occasional seminars from outside authorities.

Campus policies with regard to facilities access: The University building premises are managed by Herzing University. These premises are considered off limits to all but those members of the general public who have specific business concerns or relations with Herzing University. Therefore, all unidentified visitors may be challenged for purpose of visit at any time by members of the Herzing University staff and administration. Visitors deemed as intruders will be reported to the University Campus President and/or the Police Department when a staff member is not able to cause the unauthorized individual to vacate the University property. Students, staff, and faculty are urged to report intrusions immediately to members of the administration.

EMERGENCY RESPONSE AND EVACUATION PROCEDURES

Not applicable for students, staff or faculty at a distance. For students, staff or faculty on site: Herzing University commits to immediately notify the campus community of a significant emergency or dangerous situation involving an immediate threat to the health or safety of those on campus, unless the notification at that time will compromise efforts to assist victims or contain the emergency. Notification of such events will be communicated to students and staff by means of email, text messages, telephone calls or any other form of effective communication. Emergency information will be disseminated to the larger community by campus security, the Campus President or a Herzing University Director.

Emergency response and evacuation procedures are tested annually. Each campus conducts their own annual emergency response and evacuation procedures test and documents the details of this test. Upon request, written documentation of our annual test will be provided at the campus level. Please contact the campus front desk to obtain more information about a specific campus’s annual emergency response and evacuation procedure test. If evacuation from the school is necessary due to an emergency, please follow the posted evacuation procedures.

PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY

The cooperation and involvement of students, faculty and staff is absolutely necessary. Every individual must assume responsibility for their own safety and the security of their property by following simple precautions and operating with common sense.

DRUG AND ALCOHOL POLICY

It is the policy of Herzing University to provide a positive environment which is conducive to learning. The unlawful possession, use or distribution of illicit drugs and alcohol on school property or in connection with any school activity is strictly prohibited. This prohibition applies to all employees and students. Violation of these provisions by a student may lead to the imposition of a disciplinary sanction, up to and including suspension or expulsion. Herzing University employees are also subject to disciplinary sanctions for violation of these provisions occurring on University property or the worksite during work time, up to and including termination from employment.

For those students who choose to use alcohol, Herzing University encourages students to drink responsibly. Consuming alcohol has many risk factors and can lead to dependency. With excessive use, liver, brain, heart, and stomach destruction can occur without apparent symptoms. Alcohol is one of the leading causes of preventable deaths in the United States. For help with alcohol dependency or related concerns, go to http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmedhealth/PMH0001940/.

WEAPONS POLICY

Carrying or bringing firearms, knives, handcuffs, or weapons of any type is strictly prohibited. If this policy is violated, the police will be called and the offender escorted off school premises. Student or staff offenders may be terminated, suspended, or put on probation at the discretion of the administration.

SEX OFFENSE POLICY

Sexual Assault Prevention: Staff and students are urged to be cognizant of situations which might put them in danger of sexual assault, such as walking out to dark parking lots by themselves, waiting in an unlit area for public transportation by themselves or even working alone at the University late in the evening. In particular, female staff members and female students should not work by themselves at the University and should travel in groups as often as possible when going to public transportation or going to their automobile. Any staff member who is aware of a situation which could give rise to the risk of sexual assault should bring the situation to the attention of the University Campus President.

Sexual Harassment: Herzing University wishes to strongly indicate its opposition to sexual harassment and identify the complete procedures available to victims whether staff members, employees or students as well as disciplinary penalties which could be imposed for sexually harassing conduct or behavior.

Guidelines:

  • Sexual harassment includes any unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors and other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature where tolerance of such actions is made a condition of employment, or which interferes with an individual’s work performance or simply creates an intimidating, hostile or offensive University environment. It can include harassment between employees, between employees and students and between students.
  • The creation of an intimidating, hostile or offensive University environment may include such actions as persistent sexual comments or the display of obscene or sexually oriented photographs or drawings. However, conduct or actions that arise out of a personal or social relationship and that are not intended to have a social relationship effect and that are not intended to have a discriminatory employment effect or discriminatory grading or treatment effect in the event of students, may not be viewed as harassment. (The University discourages staff from seeking or becoming involved in relationships with students that exceed normal and usual educational relationships developed to promote the instructional process.) The University will determine whether such conduct constitutes sexual harassment, based on a review of the facts and circumstances of each situation.
  • The University will not condone any sexual harassment of its employees or students. All employees, including supervisors, managers and students, will be subject to severe discipline, up to and including discharge, for any act of sexual harassment they commit.
  • Employees or students who feel victimized by sexual harassment are encouraged to report the harassment to the University Campus President. If the University Campus President is the source of the alleged harassment, the employee should report the problem to the President of the Herzing University system. Twenty four hours after reporting the harassment to the University Campus President, the person filing the complaint must provide a written account of the incident to the President. The President will give a preliminary report to the complainant within one school day after receiving the written complaint and, in general, will inform the complainant and the accused of the University findings and possible actions within seven days.
  • University Campus Presidents who receive a sexual harassment complaint should carefully investigate the matter, questioning all employees (or students as appropriate) who may have knowledge of either the incident in question or similar problems. Both the complaint and the investigative steps and findings should be documented as thoroughly as possible. As much as possible, confidentiality will be maintained with respect to a sexual harassment complaint and only those who need to know about such a complaint will be advised of its existence. In the interest of being able to investigate the complaint in an unbiased atmosphere as possible, the person filing the complaint and the accused person shall not discuss the matter with Herzing students or Herzing personnel not involved in the incident other than the staff person doing the investigation.
  • Employees or students who are dissatisfied with the University Campus President’s resolution of a sexual harassment complaint may file a complaint with the President of the Herzing University system. No employee will be subject to any form of retaliation or discipline for pursuing a sexual harassment complaint.

Procedures to be Followed when Reporting Offenses

  1. When an alleged sex offense occurs at the University or the accused is a student or employee of the University, students or employees of the University must report such alleged sex offenses directly to the University Campus President, or if the alleged offense involves a University Campus President, directly to the President of the Herzing University system.
  2. The University Campus President, upon request of the alleged victim, will notify law enforcement officials.
  3. The University Campus President will refer the alleged victim to appropriate counseling services, depending upon the nature of the offense.
  4. The University Campus President will carefully investigate the matter, questioning all employees or students who may have knowledge of the incident.  Both the complaint and the investigative steps will be documented as thoroughly as possible. As much as possible, confidentiality will be maintained with respect to the sex offense complaint and only those who need to know about such an incident will know of its existence.

Sanctions for Sex Offences

Aside from criminal penalties that employees or students may be subjected to for sex offenses, the University may take action based upon its own investigation of alleged sex offenses, and based upon the conclusion of its investigation may do one of the following to an alleged offender:

  • Suspension for a period of time. In the event of an employee, the suspension may be with or without pay.
  • Termination.
  • Other disciplinary action.

Available Options in Living and Academic Arrangements

The University maintains no housing for either employees or students. Consequently, any change in living arrangements which would be desired by an alleged sex offense victim must be the responsibility of that individual. However, the University will assist students who are seeking alternate housing by providing recommendations or a source of appropriate housing recommendations.

An alleged victim will have an opportunity to request assistance in changing their academic situation. Possible alternatives include:

  • Changing instructors.
  • Changing to a different academic schedule if available.
  • Withdrawal.

Disclosures to Alleged Victims

Herzing University will, upon written request, disclose to the alleged victim of a crime of violence, or a non-forcible sex offense, the results of any disciplinary hearing conducted by the college against the student who is the alleged perpetrator of the crime or offense. If the alleged victim is deceased as a result of the crime or offense, Herzing University will provide the results of the disciplinary hearing to the victim’s next of kin, if so requested.

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In compliance with Public Law 102-26, the following information on crimes is reported for your review.

 201120122013
 OCNCPPOCNCPPOCNCPP
Murder /Non-Negligent Manslaughter000000000
Negligent Manslaughter000000000
Forcible Sex Offenses000000000
Non-Forcible Sex Offenses000000000
Domestic Violence******000
Dating Violence******000
Stalking******000
Robbery100100000
Aggravated Assault100000000
Burglary400200000
Motor Vehicle Theft300100000
Arson000000000
 
In addition to the above crimes, the following numbers of arrests were made for these specific violations:
 201120122013
 OCNCPPOCNCPPOCNCPP
Liquor Law Arrests000000000
Drug Law Arrest000000000
Illegal Weapons Possession Arrests000000000

OC - On Campus Property, NC - Non-Campus Property, PP - Public Property
There were no reported hate crimes for the years 2009, 2010 or 2011.
* Data not reported in this category for this year, in accordance with federal law.

Information on Crime Statistics Preparation and Reporting
The University prepares this report to comply with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistics Act. The procedures for preparing the annual disclosure of crime statistics include reporting statistics obtained from the local police departments and non-police officials at each campus (Campus Presidents and Academic Deans). For statistical purposes, crime statistics reported to any of these sources are recorded in the calendar year the crime was reported. All of the statistics are gathered, compiled, and reported to Herzing University and posted on the Herzing University website.

Each year, an e-mail notification that provides the web site to access this report is sent to all enrolled students. Faculty and staff receive similar notification emails. Copies of the report may also be obtained from the campus. All prospective employees may obtain a copy from Human Resources.

Accreditation

Accreditation

Students should be aware that there are multiple types of accreditation and that their intended entry into their chosen profession could be impacted by these differences. For example, institutional accreditation means all students attending Herzing University are attending an accredited institution.

In addition, there are programmatic accreditation bodies which accredit specific programs (as opposed to the institution). Some states require that specific programs, even at regionally accredited institutions like Herzing University, be programmatically accredited as well. The importance of programmatic accreditation can range from a requirement to sit for licensure exams that are mandatory to work in a field to a requirement to sit for a certification exam that is not required for all employment in the field (but may be slightly to strongly preferred by employers, depending on the market) to a symbol of quality with no impact on any certification or licensure (but which may be slightly or strongly preferred by employers, depending on the market). Therefore, Herzing University has not pursued all forms of programmatic accreditation available, as this is a determination on whether the costs and requirements to do so are worth the value to the student in the respective7 marketplaces in the estimation of the University. The student should validate whether the specialized accreditation of a specific program, or lack thereof, is going to fit their career goals for their respective marketplace.

As a result, there is a potential that some states will not permit a student who has completed certain academic programs to become certified, licensed, or sit for a certifying or licensing examination if they graduated from a program that is not programmatically accredited.  Herzing University believes in complete and forthright disclosure for each program we offer, so we clearly identify those programs that are programmatically accredited. If a Herzing University program at a specific campus (or one that is offered online) does not state it has programmatic accreditation in writing, students should assume the program does not have programmatic accreditation. Students should not rely on oral or unofficial confirmation of programmatic accreditation. Students are responsible for understanding the specific requirements for certification, licensing, and for eligibility to sit for a particular licensing examination of the state or locale in which they want to enter or practice their profession. Herzing University makes no representation, unless explicitly written, that students graduating in a particular program qualify for certification, licensing, or eligibility to sit for a licensing examination in a particular state. For further clarification, students should review the specialized program accreditation/approvals stated in the catalog and read and sign the Accreditation Disclosure for their respective campus.

Institutional Accreditation

Herzing University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, 230 South Lasalle Street, Suite 7-500, Chicago, Illinois, 60614-1413, www.ncahlc.org, (800) 621-7400.

Herzing University has received specialized accreditation for its business programs through the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education (IACBE) located at 11374 Strang Line Road in Lenexa, Kansas, USA. The business programs in the following degrees are accredited by the IACBE:

  • Master of Business Administration
  • Master of Business Administration in Accounting
  • Master of Business Administration in Business Management
  • Master of Business Administration in Healthcare Management
  • Master of Business Administration in Human Resources
  • Master of Business Administration in Project Management
  • Master of Business Administration in Technology Management
  • Bachelor of Science in Accounting
  • Bachelor of Science in Business Management With No Concentration
  • Bachelor of Science in Business Management With Concentrations in Business Administration
  • Bachelor of Science in Business Management With Concentrations in Human Resource Development
  • Bachelor of Science in Business Management With Concentrations in International Business
  • Bachelor of Science in Business Management With Concentrations in Marketing
  • Associate of Science/Applied Science in Accounting
  • Associate of Science/Applied Science in Business Management

Any business program that is not listed above is not currently accredited through the IACBE. The International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education (IACBE) can be contacted at 11374 Strang Line Road, Lenexa, Kansas, 66215, 1-913-631-3009, www.iacbe.org).

Specialized Program Accreditations, Certifications, and Licensures by Campus

Herzing University also holds programmatic accreditations or approvals for selected programs at selected locations. Not all programs require specialized programmatic accreditation, and some new programs must be in operation for a period of time before specialized accreditation can be obtained. Specialized programmatic accreditation may be required for graduates to be eligible to take some licensure or certification examinations. Unless this catalog specifically and unequivocally states that a particular program at a particular campus (including the Online Campus) is programmatically accredited and qualifies a student for licensing, certification, or to be eligible to sit for a licensing examination, students should conclude the program offered on the campus they are enrolled at is not programmatically accredited. Students should independently investigate the specific licensing requirements for their program in the specific state or locale for which they anticipate seeking employment.

Undergraduate Programs

Akron Campus of Herzing University

  1. Regional Accreditation: Herzing University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, 230 South LaSalle Street, Suite 7-500, Chicago, Illinois, 60604-1413, www.ncahlc.org, 800-621-7440. This means all students attending Herzing University are attending an accredited institution.
  2. State Approval: All programs at the Akron Campus of Herzing University are approved by the Ohio State Board of Career Colleges and Schools (30 East Broad Street, Suite 2481, Columbus, Ohio, 43215-3414, 614-466-2752 or 877-275-4219, http://scr.ohio.gov). The campus’ Ohio Registration Number is 04-01-1704T. All bachelor degree programs at the campus are approved by the Ohio Board of Regents (25 South Front Street, Columbus, Ohio, 43215-3414, 614-466-6000, www.ohiohighered.org/contact-us).
  3. Associate of Applied Science in Nursing: The Associate of Applied Science in Nursing program at the Akron Campus is approved by the State of Ohio Board of Nursing (17 South High Street, Suite 400, Columbus, Ohio, 43215-7410, 614-466-3947, www.nursing.ohio.gov). Consequently, graduates are eligible to sit for the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCLEX-RN) licensing exam upon successful completion of the program. Passing this exam allows graduates to apply to the State Board of Nursing for licensure as a registered nurse. The Associate of Applied Science in Nursing program at the Akron Campus is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN, 3343 Peachtree Road NE, Suite 850, Atlanta, Georgia, 30326, 404-975-5000, www.acenursing.org).
  4. Medical Assisting Services: The Diploma in Medical Assisting Services program at the Akron Campus is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP, 1361 Park Street Clearwater, Florida, 33756, 727-210-2350, www.caahep.org) upon the recommendation of the Medical Assisting Education Review Board (MAERB). Consequently, students completing the program are eligible to take the Certified Medical Assistant exam offered by the American Association of Medical Assistants, www.aama-ntl.org.
  5. Dental Assisting: Associate of Applied Science in Dental Assisting and Diploma in Dental Assisting: These programs in dental assisting are accredited by the Commission on Dental Accreditation. The Commission is a specialized accrediting body recognized by the United States Department of Education. The Commission on Dental Accreditation can be contacted at (312) 440-4653 or at 211 East Chicago Avenue, Chicago, IL 60611-2678. The Commission’s web address is: www.ada.org/coda.

Consequently, graduates are eligible to take the examinations leading to certified dental assistant (CDA®) certification through the Dental Assisting National Board (DANB).

  1. Medical Laboratory Technician: The Associate of Applied Science in Medical Laboratory Technician program at the Akron Campus is accredited by the National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences (NAACLS, 5600 North River Road, Suite 720, Rosemont, Illinois, 60018, 773-714-8880, www.naacls.org). Consequently, graduates are eligible to take the examination for the medical laboratory technician certification offered by the American Society for Clinical Pathology.
  2. Legal Studies: Graduates of the Associate of Applied Science in Legal Studies and the Bachelor of Science in Legal Studies programs available online at the Akron Campus are eligible to take the certified paralegal examination through the Association of Legal Assistants, www.nala.org. These online programs are not programmatically approved by the American Bar Association (ABA, 321 North Clark Street, Chicago, Illinois, 60654-7598, 800-285-2221, www.americanbar.org). There are no plans to seek this approval for these online programs. Some employers may prefer graduates from an ABA-approved program. Students are advised to consult with employers of preference as to the importance of this approval on their hiring decisions.
  3. Health Information Management: The Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management and the Associate of Applied Science in Health Information Management programs offered online by Herzing University are accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education (CAHIIM, 233 North Michigan Avenue, 31st Floor, Chicago, Illinois, 60601-5800, 312-233-1100, www.cahiim.org). Students enrolling through this campus must take their core HIM courses online.  Graduates of the Associate of Science in Health Information Management are eligible to take the registered health information technician (RHIT) certification exam, and graduates from the Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management are eligible to take the registered health information administrator (RHIA) certification exam, both offered through the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA).
  4. Accounting: The Bachelor of Science in Accounting program at Herzing University, even when combined with the Herzing University MBA, may not fulfill all of the requirements for a graduate to take the certified public accountant (CPA) exam or apply for licensure as a CPA in some states/jurisdictions. In addition to requiring a specific amount of study beyond a bachelor’s degree (typically, a total of 150 semester credit hours, but this varies by jurisdiction), most states/jurisdictions require specific coursework, as well as several years of professional experience working in accounting, to be eligible to apply for licensure. Some states (including, but not necessarily limited to, Texas) require the accounting program to have a specific programmatic accreditation for graduates to apply for licensure as a CPA, which Herzing University programs do not have, and no representation has been made as to when or if such an accreditation will be obtained. Applicants interested in becoming a CPA should check with their state board of accountancy regarding CPA eligibility requirements prior to enrolling in any accounting program. Students planning to pursue certifications other than the CPA exam should also contact the respective certifying organization to confirm requirements for certification prior to enrolling in any accounting program.
  5. Other Programs: No other programs at this campus have specialized programmatic accreditation. Students are advised to consult with employers of preference as to the importance of specialized programmatic accreditation on their hiring decisions.

Atlanta Campus of Herzing University

  1. Regional Accreditation: Herzing University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, 230 South LaSalle Street, Suite 7-500, Chicago, Illinois, 60604-1413, www.ncahlc.org, 800-621-7440. This means all students attending Herzing University are attending an accredited institution.
  2. State Approval: All programs at the Atlanta Campus of Herzing University are approved by the Georgia Nonpublic Postsecondary Education Commission (2082 East Exchange Place, Suite 220, Tucker, Georgia, 30084-5305, 770-414-3300, www.gnpec.org).
  3. Nursing: The Bachelor of Science in Nursing program at the Atlanta Campus is approved by the Georgia State Board of Nursing (237 Coliseum Drive, Macon, Georgia, 31217-3858, 478-207-2440, http://sos.ga.gov/index.php/licensing/plb/45). Consequently, graduates are eligible to sit for the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCLEX-RN) licensing exam upon successful completion of the program.  Passing this exam allows graduates to apply to the State Board of Nursing for licensure as a registered nurse. Further, the program is a new applicant program pursuing initial accreditation by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE, One Dupont Circle, NW, Suite 530 Washington, DC, 20036-1120, 202-887-6791, www.aacn.nche.edu/ccne-accreditation). New applicant status is neither a status of accreditation nor a guarantee that accreditation will be granted. New and current students should not plan on the program having said accreditation at the time they graduate. Some employers may prefer applicants from programs that have CCNE accreditation. Students are advised to consult with employers of preference as to the importance of this accreditation on their hiring decisions.
  4. Legal Assisting/Paralegal: Graduates of the Associate of Science in Legal Assisting/Paralegal and the Bachelor of Science in Legal Studies programs at the Atlanta Campus are eligible to take the certified paralegal examination through the National Association of Legal Assistants (www.nala.org). The Associate of Science in Legal Assisting/Paralegal and the Bachelor of Science in Legal Studies programs at the Atlanta Campus are approved by the American Bar Association (ABA, 321 North Clark Street, Chicago, Illinois, 60654-7598, 800-285-2221, www.americanbar.org).
  5. Health Information Management: The Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management and the Associate of Science in Health Information Management programs offered online by Herzing University are accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education (CAHIIM, 233 North Michigan Avenue, 31st Floor, Chicago, Illinois, 60601-5800, 312-233-1100, www.cahiim.org). Students enrolling through this campus must take their core HIM courses online. Graduates of the Associate of Science in Health Information Management are eligible to take the registered health information technician (RHIT) certification exam, and graduates from the Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management are eligible to take the registered health information administrator (RHIA) certification exam. Both are offered through the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA).
  6. Accounting: The Bachelor of Science in Accounting program at Herzing University, even when combined with the Herzing University MBA, may not fulfill all of the requirements for a graduate to take the certified public accountant (CPA) exam or apply for licensure as a CPA in some states/jurisdictions. In addition to requiring a specific amount of study beyond a bachelor’s degree (typically, a total of 150 semester credit hours, but this varies by jurisdiction), most states/jurisdictions require specific coursework, as well as several years of professional experience working in accounting, to be eligible to apply for licensure.  Some states (including, but not necessarily limited to, Texas) require the accounting program to have a specific programmatic accreditation for graduates to apply for licensure as a CPA, which Herzing University programs do not have, and no representation has been made as to when or if such an accreditation will be obtained. Applicants interested in becoming a CPA should check with their state board of accountancy regarding CPA eligibility requirements prior to enrolling in any accounting program. Students planning to pursue certifications other than the CPA exam should also contact the respective certifying organization to confirm requirements for certification prior to enrolling in any accounting program.
  7. Other Programs: No other programs at this campus have specialized programmatic accreditation. Students are advised to consult with employers of preference as to the importance of specialized programmatic accreditation on their hiring decisions.

Birmingham Campus of Herzing University

  1. Regional Accreditation: Herzing University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, 230 South LaSalle Street, Suite 7-500, Chicago, Illinois, 60604-1413, www.ncahlc.org, 800-621-7440. This means all students attending Herzing University are attending an accredited institution.
  2. State Approval: All programs at the Birmingham Campus of Herzing University are approved by the Alabama Commission on Higher Education (100 North Union Street, P.O. Box 302000, Montgomery, Alabama, 36130-2000, 334-242-1998, www.ache.alabama.gov).
  3. Diploma in Practical Nursing: The Diploma in Practical Nursing program at the Birmingham Campus is approved by the Alabama Board of Nursing (RSA Plaza, 770 Washington Avenue, Suite 250, Montgomery, Alabama, 36104, 334-293-5200, www.abn.alabama.gov). Consequently, graduates of the Practical Nursing program are eligible to sit for the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCLEX-PN) licensing exam upon successful completion of the program. Passing this exam allows graduates to apply to the State Board of Nursing for licensure as a practical nurse. The Diploma in Practical Nursing program at the Birmingham Campus does not have specialized programmatic accreditation by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN, 3343 Peachtree Road NE, Suite 850, Atlanta, Georgia, 30326, 404-975-5000, www.acenursing.org). No representation has been made as to when or if such accreditations will be obtained. New and current students should not plan on the program having said accreditation at the time they graduate. Some employers may prefer applicants from programs that have ACEN accreditation. Students are advised to consult with employers of preference as to the importance of this accreditation on their hiring decisions.
  4. Associate of Science in Nursing—LPN to RN Bridge: The Associate of Science in Nursing—LPN to RN Bridge program at the Birmingham Campus is approved by the Alabama Board of Nursing (RSA Plaza, 770 Washington Avenue, Suite 250, Montgomery, Alabama, 36104, 334-293-5200, www.abn.alabama.gov). Consequently, graduates of the LPN to RN associate program are eligible to sit for the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCLEX-RN) licensing exam upon successful completion of the program. Passing this exam allows graduates to apply to the State Board of Nursing for licensure as a registered nurse. The Associate of Science in Nursing—LPN to RN Bridge program at the Birmingham Campus does not have specialized programmatic accreditation by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN, 3343 Peachtree Road NE, Suite 850, Atlanta, Georgia, 30326, 404-975-5000, www.acenursing.org). No representation has been made as to when or if such accreditations will be obtained. New and current students should not plan on the program having said accreditation at the time they graduate. Some employers may prefer applicants from programs that have ACEN accreditation. Students are advised to consult with employers of preference as to the importance of this accreditation on their hiring decisions.
  5. Paramedic and EMT-Paramedic Programs: The Associate of Science in Emergency Medical Technician—Paramedic and the Diploma in Emergency Medical Technician—Paramedic programs at the Birmingham Campus are accredited by the Committee on Accreditation of Educational Programs for the Emergency Medical Services Professions (CoAEMSP) through the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP, 1361 Park Street, Clearwater, Florida, 33756, 727-210-2350, www.caahep.org).
  6. EMT-Basic and EMT-Advanced Program: The Certificate in Emergency Medical Technician—Basic and the Certificate in Emergency Medical Technician—Advanced do not have specialized programmatic accreditation by the Committee on Accreditation of Educational Programs for the Emergency Medical Services Professions (CoAEMSP) through the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP, 1361 Park Street, Clearwater, Florida, 33756, 727-210-2350, www.caahep.org) and no representation has been made as to when or if such an accreditation will be obtained. New and current students should not plan on the program having said accreditation at the time they graduate. Some employers may prefer graduates from a program with specialized programmatic accreditation. Students are advised to consult with employers of preference as to the importance of this accreditation on their hiring decisions.
  7. Legal Studies: Graduates of the Associate of Science in Legal Studies and the Bachelor of Science in Legal Studies programs available online at the Birmingham Campus are eligible to take the certified paralegal examination through the Association of Legal Assistants (www.nala.org). These online programs are not programmatically approved by the American Bar Association (ABA, 321 North Clark Street, Chicago, Illinois, 60654-7598, 800-285-2221, www.americanbar.org). There are no plans to seek this approval for this online program. Some employers may prefer graduates from an ABA-approved program. Students are advised to consult with employers of preference as to the importance of this approval on their hiring decisions.
  8. Health Information Management: The Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management and the Associate of Science in Health Information Management programs offered online by Herzing University are accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education (CAHIIM, 233 North Michigan Avenue, 31st Floor, Chicago, Illinois, 60601-5800 312-233-1100, www.cahiim.org). Students enrolling through this campus must take their core HIM courses online. Graduates of the Associate of Science in Health Information Management are eligible to take the registered health information technician (RHIT) certification exam, and graduates from the Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management are eligible to take the registered health information administrator (RHIA) certification exam. Both exams are offered through the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA).
  9. Accounting: The Bachelor of Science in Accounting program at Herzing University, even when combined with the Herzing University MBA, may not fulfill all of the requirements for a graduate to take the certified public accountant (CPA) exam or apply for licensure as a CPA in some states/jurisdictions. In addition to requiring a specific amount of study beyond a bachelor’s degree (typically, a total of 150 semester credit hours, but this varies by jurisdiction), most states/jurisdictions require specific coursework, as well as several years of professional experience working in accounting, to be eligible to apply for licensure. Some states (including, but not necessarily limited to, Texas) require the accounting program to have a specific programmatic accreditation for graduates to apply for licensure as a CPA, which Herzing University programs do not have, and no representation has been made as to when or if such an accreditation will be obtained. Applicants interested in becoming a CPA should check with their state board of accountancy regarding CPA eligibility requirements prior to enrolling in any accounting program. Students planning to pursue certifications other than the CPA exam should also contact the respective certifying organization to confirm requirements for certification prior to enrolling in any accounting program.
  10. Other Programs: No other programs at this campus have specialized programmatic accreditation. Students are advised to consult with employers of preference as to the importance of specialized programmatic accreditation on their hiring decisions.

Brookfield Campus of Herzing University

  1. Regional Accreditation: Herzing University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, 230 South LaSalle Street, Suite 7-500, Chicago, Illinois, 60604-1413, www.ncahlc.org, 800-621-7440. This means all students attending Herzing University are attending an accredited institution.
  2. State Approval: All programs at the Brookfield Campus of Herzing University are approved by the State of Wisconsin Educational Approval Board (P.O. Box 8696, Madison, Wisconsin, 53708-8696, 608 266-1996, www.eab.state.wi.us).
  3. Accounting: The Bachelor of Science in Accounting program at Herzing University, even when combined with the Herzing University MBA, may not fulfill all of the requirements for a graduate to take the certified public accountant (CPA) exam or apply for licensure as a CPA in some states/jurisdictions. In addition to requiring a specific amount of study beyond a bachelor’s degree (typically, a total of 150 semester credit hours, but this varies by jurisdiction), most states/jurisdictions require specific coursework, as well as several years of professional experience working in accounting, to be eligible to apply for licensure. Some states (including, but not necessarily limited to, Texas) require the accounting program to have a specific programmatic accreditation for graduates to apply for licensure as a CPA, which Herzing University programs do not have, and no representation has been made as to when or if such an accreditation will be obtained. Applicants interested in becoming a CPA should check with their state board of accountancy regarding CPA eligibility requirements prior to enrolling in any accounting program. Students planning to pursue certifications other than the CPA exam should also contact the respective certifying organization to confirm requirements for certification prior to enrolling in any accounting program.
  4. Health Information Management: The Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management and the Associate of Science in Health Information Management programs offered online by Herzing University are accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education (CAHIIM, 233 North Michigan Avenue, 31st Floor, Chicago, Illinois, 60601-5800, 312-233-1100, www.cahiim.org). Students enrolling through this campus must take their core HIM courses online. Graduates of the Associate of Science in Health Information Management are eligible to take the registered health information technician (RHIT) certification exam, and graduates from the Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management are eligible to take the registered health information administrator (RHIA) certification exam. Both exams are offered through the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA).
  5. Legal Studies: Graduates of the Associate of Science in Legal Studies and the Bachelor of Science in Legal Studies programs available online at the Brookfield Campus are eligible to take the certified paralegal examination through the Association of Legal Assistants (www.nala.org). The programs are not programmatically approved by the American Bar Association (ABA, 321 North Clark Street Chicago, Illinois, 60654-7598, 800-285-2221, www.americanbar.org). There are no plans to seek this approval for these online programs. Some employers may prefer graduates from an ABA-approved program. Students are advised to consult with employers of preference as to the importance of this approval on their hiring decisions.
  6. Nursing: The Bachelor of Science in Nursing at the Brookfield/Kenosha Campuses is approved by the Wisconsin Board of Nursing (1400 East Washington Avenue, Madison, Wisconsin, 53703, 608-266-2112, www.dsps.wi.gov/). Consequently, graduates are eligible to sit for the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCLEX-RN) licensing exam upon successful completion of the program. Passing this exam allows graduates to apply to the State Board of Nursing for licensure as a registered nurse. The Bachelor of Science in Nursing program at the Brookfield/Kenosha Campuses is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE, One Dupont Circle, NW, Suite 530, Washington, D.C., 20036-1120, 202-887-6791, www.aacn.nche.edu/ccne-accreditation).
  7. Other Programs: No other programs at this campus have specialized programmatic accreditation. Students are advised to consult with employers of preference as to the importance of specialized programmatic accreditation on their hiring decisions.

Herzing University Online

  1. Regional Accreditation: Herzing University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, 230 South LaSalle Street, Suite 7-500, Chicago, Illinois, 60604-1413, www.ncahlc.org, 800-621-7440. This means all students attending Herzing University are attending an accredited institution.
  2. State of Wisconsin Approval: All programs offered through Herzing University Online are approved by the State of Wisconsin Educational Approval Board (P.O. Box 8696, Madison, Wisconsin, 53708-8696, 608 266-1996, www.eab.state.wi.us).
  3. State Approval Minnesota Residents: Herzing University Online is registered as a private institution with the Minnesota Office of Higher Education pursuant to sections 136A.61 to 136A.71. Registration is not an endorsement of the institution. Credits earned at the institution may not transfer to all other institutions.
  4. Approvals in Other States for Distance Learning: Herzing University has made a good-faith effort to follow each individual state’s regulations concerning offering distance educational programs in that respective state. Students should investigate and ensure that the program they desire, if offered in a distance/online format, meets the requirements of the profession in their state. Herzing University is not enrolling new students in the following states: Arkansas, District of Columbia, and Wyoming. Not all programs are available in all states. Contact the Online Admissions Office for program availability at onl-info@herzing.edu or 866-508-0748.
  5. Nursing Programs: The Bachelor of Science in Nursing—Bridge program offered by Herzing University Online is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE, One Dupont Circle, NW, Suite 530, Washington, D.C., 20036-1120, 202-887-6791, www.aacn.nche.edu/ccne-accreditation). Applicants should check with their applicable state board of nursing before enrolling in any online nursing program. For additional information, e-mail your questions to states@herzing.edu.
  6. Medical Assisting Services: The Diploma in Medical Assisting Services and the Associate of Science in Medical Assisting Services programs offered through Herzing University Online are accredited by the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES, 7777 Leesburg Pike, Suite 314, North Falls Church, Virginia, 22043, 703-917-9503, www.abhes.org). Consequently, graduates are eligible to take the Certified Medical Assistant (CMA) certification exam offered by the American Association of Medical Assistants.
  7. Health Information Management: The Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management and the Associate of Science in Health Information Management programs offered through Herzing University Online are accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education (CAHIIM, 233 North Michigan Avenue, 31st Floor, Chicago, Illinois, 60601-5800, 312-233-1100, www.cahiim.org). Graduates of the Associate of Science in Health Information Management from Herzing University Online are eligible to take the registered health information technician (RHIT) certification exam, and graduates from the Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management are eligible to take the registered health information administrator (RHIA) certification exam. Both exams are offered through the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA).
  8. Legal Studies: Graduates of the Associate of Science in Legal Studies and the Bachelor of Science in Legal Studies programs available online from Herzing University Online are eligible to take the certified paralegal examination through the Association of Legal Assistants (www.nala.org). These online programs are not programmatically approved by the American Bar Association (ABA, 321 North Clark Street, Chicago, Illinois, 60654-7598, 800-285-2221, www.americanbar.org). There are no plans to seek this approval for these online programs. Some employers may prefer graduates from an ABA-approved program. Students are advised to consult with employers of preference as to the importance of this approval on their hiring decisions.
  9. Accounting: The Bachelor of Science in Accounting program at Herzing University, even when combined with the Herzing University MBA, may not fulfill all of the requirements for a graduate to take the certified public accountant (CPA) exam or apply for licensure as a CPA in some states/jurisdictions. In addition to requiring a specific amount of study beyond a bachelor’s degree (typically, a total of 150 semester credit hours, but this varies by jurisdiction), most states/jurisdictions require specific coursework, as well as several years of professional experience working in accounting, to be eligible to apply for licensure. Some states (including, but not necessarily limited to, Texas) require the accounting program to have a specific programmatic accreditation for graduates to apply for licensure as a CPA, which Herzing University programs do not have, and no representation has been made as to when or if such an accreditation will be obtained. Applicants interested in becoming a CPA should check with their state board of accountancy regarding CPA eligibility requirements prior to enrolling in any accounting program. Students planning to pursue certifications other than the CPA exam should also contact the respective certifying organization to confirm requirements for certification prior to enrolling in any accounting program.
  10. Other Programs: No other programs at this campus have specialized programmatic accreditation. Students are advised to consult with employers of preference as to the importance of specialized programmatic accreditation on their hiring decisions.

Kenosha Campus of Herzing University

  1. Regional Accreditation: Herzing University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, 230 South LaSalle Street, Suite 7-500, Chicago, Illinois, 60604-1413, www.ncahlc.org, 800-621-7440. This means all students attending Herzing University are attending an accredited institution.
  2. State Approval: All programs at the Kenosha Campus of Herzing University are approved by the State of Wisconsin Educational Approval Board (P.O. Box 8696, Madison, Wisconsin, 53708-8696, 608 266-1996, www.eab.state.wi.us).
  3. Nursing: The Bachelor of Science in Nursing at the Brookfield/Kenosha Campuses is approved by the Wisconsin Board of Nursing (1400 East Washington Avenue, Madison, Wisconsin, 53703, (608) 266-2112, www.dsps.wi.gov/). Consequently, graduates are eligible to sit for the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCLEX-RN) licensing exam upon successful completion of the program. Passing this exam allows graduates to apply to the State Board of Nursing for licensure as a registered nurse. The Bachelor of Science in Nursing program at the Brookfield/Kenosha Campuses is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE, One Dupont Circle NW, Suite 530, Washington, D.C., 20036-1120, 202-887-6791, www.aacn.nche.edu/ccne-accreditation).
  4. Medical Assisting Services: The Associate of Science in Medical Assisting Services program at the Kenosha campus is accredited by Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES, 7777 Leesburg Pike, Suite 314, North Falls Church, Virginia, 22043, 703-917-9503, www.abhes.org). Consequently, graduates are eligible to take the certified medical assistant (CMA) certification exam offered by the American Association of Medical Assistants.
  5. Health Information Management: The Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management and the Associate of Science in Health Information Management programs offered online by Herzing University are accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education (CAHIIM, 233 North Michigan Avenue, 31st Floor, Chicago, Illinois, 60601-5800, 312-233-1100, www.cahiim.org). Students enrolling through this campus must take their core HIM courses online. Graduates of the Associate of Science in Health Information Management are eligible to take the registered health information technician (RHIT) certification exam, and graduates from the Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management are eligible to take the registered health information administrator (RHIA) certification exam. Both exams are offered through the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA).
  6. Legal Studies: Graduates of the Associate of Science in Legal Studies and the Bachelor of Science in Legal Studies programs available online at the Kenosha Campus are eligible to take the certified paralegal examination through the Association of Legal Assistants (www.nala.org). These online programs are not programmatically approved by the American Bar Association (ABA, 321 North Clark Street, Chicago, Illinois, 60654-7598, 800-285-2221, www.americanbar.org). There are no plans to seek this approval for these online programs. Some employers may prefer graduates from an ABA-approved program. Students are advised to consult with employers of preference as to the importance of this approval on their hiring decisions.
  7. Accounting: The Bachelor of Science in Accounting program at Herzing University, even when combined with the Herzing University MBA, may not fulfill all of the requirements for a graduate to take the certified public accountant (CPA) exam or apply for licensure as a CPA in some states/jurisdictions. In addition to requiring a specific amount of study beyond a bachelor’s degree (typically, a total of 150 semester credit hours, but this varies by jurisdiction), most states/jurisdictions require specific coursework, as well as several years of professional experience working in accounting, to be eligible to apply for licensure. Some states (including, but not necessarily limited to, Texas) require the accounting program to have a specific programmatic accreditation for graduates to apply for licensure as a CPA, which Herzing University programs do not have,  and no representation has been made as to when or if such an accreditation will be obtained. Applicants interested in becoming a CPA should check with their state board of accountancy regarding CPA eligibility requirements prior to enrolling in any accounting program. Students planning to pursue certifications other than the CPA exam should also contact the respective certifying organization to confirm requirements for certification prior to enrolling in any accounting program.
  8. Other Programs: No other programs at this campus have specialized programmatic accreditation. Students are advised to consult with employers of preference as to the importance of specialized programmatic accreditation on their hiring decisions.

Madison Campus of Herzing University

  1. Regional Accreditation: Herzing University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, 230 South LaSalle Street, Suite 7-500, Chicago, Illinois, 60604-1413, www.ncahlc.org, 800-621-7440. This means all students attending Herzing University are attending an accredited institution.
  2. State Approval: All programs at the Madison Campus of Herzing University are approved by State of Wisconsin Educational Approval Board (P.O. Box 8696, Madison, Wisconsin, 53708-8696, 608 266-1996, www.eab.state.wi.us).
  3. Associate of Science in Nursing: The Associate Degree in Nursing program at the Madison Campus is approved by the Wisconsin State Nursing Board (1400 East Washington Avenue, Madison, Wisconsin, 53703, 608-266-2112, www.dsps.wi.gov/). Consequently, graduates are eligible to sit for the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCLEX-RN) licensing exam upon successful completion of the program. Passing this exam allows graduates to apply to the State Board of Nursing for licensure as a registered nurse. The Associate Degree in Nursing program at the Madison Campus is accredited with conditions by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN, 3343 Peachtree Road NE, Suite 850, Atlanta, Georgia, 30326, 404-975-5000, www.acenursing.org).
  4. Diploma in Practical Nursing: The Diploma in Practical Nursing program at the Madison Campus is approved by the Wisconsin State Nursing Board (1400 East Washington Avenue, Madison, Wisconsin, 53703, 608-266-2112, www.dsps.wi.gov/). Consequently, graduates are eligible to sit for the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCLEX-PN) licensing exam upon successful completion of the program. Passing this exam allows graduates to apply to the State Board of Nursing for licensure as a licensed practical nurse. The Diploma in Practical Nursing program at the Madison Campus does not have specialized programmatic accreditation by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN, 3343 Peachtree Road NE, Suite 850, Atlanta, Georgia, 30326, 404-975-5000, www.acenursing.org). No representation has been made as to when or if such accreditations will be obtained. New and current students should not plan on the program having said accreditation at the time they graduate. Some employers may prefer applicants from programs that have ACEN accreditation. Students are advised to consult with employers of preference as to the importance of this accreditation on their hiring decisions.
  5. Medical Assisting Services: The Associate of Science in Medical Assisting Services and the Diploma in Medical Assisting Services programs at the Madison campus are accredited by Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES, 7777 Leesburg Pike, Suite 314, North Falls Church, Virginia, 22043, 703-917-9503, www.abhes.org). Consequently, graduates are eligible to take the certified medical assistant (CMA) certification exam offered by the American Association of Medical Assistants.
  6. Legal Studies: Graduates of the Associate of Science in Legal Studies and the Bachelor of Science in Legal Studies programs available online at the Madison Campus are eligible to take the certified paralegal examination through the Association of Legal Assistants (www.nala.org). These online programs are not programmatically approved by the American Bar Association (ABA, 321 North Clark Street, Chicago, Illinois, 60654-7598, 800-285-2221, www.americanbar.org). There are no plans to seek this approval for these online programs. Some employers may prefer graduates from an ABA-approved program. Students are advised to consult with employers of preference as to the importance of this approval on their hiring decisions.
  7. Health Information Management: The Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management and the Associate of Science in Health Information Management programs offered online by Herzing University are accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education (CAHIIM, 233 North Michigan Avenue, 31st Floor, Chicago, Illinois, 60601-5800, 312-233-1100, www.cahiim.org). Students enrolling through this campus must take their core HIM courses online. Graduates of the Associate of Science in Health Information Management are eligible to take the registered health information technician (RHIT) certification exam, and graduates from the Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management are eligible to take the registered health information administrator (RHIA) certification exam. Both exams are offered through the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA).
  8. Accounting: The Bachelor of Science in Accounting program at Herzing University, even when combined with the Herzing University MBA, may not fulfill all of the requirements for a graduate to take the certified public accountant (CPA) exam or apply for licensure as a CPA in some states/jurisdictions. In addition to requiring a specific amount of study beyond a bachelor’s degree (typically, a total of 150 semester credit hours but this varies by jurisdiction), most states/jurisdictions require specific coursework, as well as several years of professional experience working in accounting, to be eligible to apply for licensure. Some states (including, but not necessarily limited to, Texas) require the accounting program to have a specific programmatic accreditation for graduates to apply for licensure as a CPA, which Herzing University programs do not have,  and no representation has been made as to when or if such an accreditation will be obtained. Applicants interested in becoming a CPA should check with their state board of accountancy regarding CPA eligibility requirements prior to enrolling in any accounting program. Students planning to pursue certifications other than the CPA exam should also contact the respective certifying organization to confirm requirements for certification prior to enrolling in any accounting program.
  9. Other Programs: No other programs at this campus have specialized programmatic accreditation. Students are advised to consult with employers of preference as to the importance of specialized programmatic accreditation on their hiring decisions.

Minneapolis Campus of Herzing University

  1. Regional Accreditation: Herzing University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, 230 South LaSalle Street, Suite 7-500, Chicago, Illinois, 60604-1413, www.ncahlc.org, 800-621-7440. This means all students attending Herzing University are attending an accredited institution.
  2. State Approval: All programs at the Minneapolis Campus of Herzing University are approved by the Minnesota Office of Higher Education (1450 Energy Park Drive, Suite 350, St. Paul, Minnesota, 55108-5265, 651-642-0533, www.ohe.state.mn.us). Herzing University is registered as a private institution with the Minnesota Office of Higher Education pursuant to sections 136A.61 to 136A.71. Registration is not an endorsement of the institution. Registration does not mean that credits earned at the institution can be transferred to all other institutions.
  3. Nursing Program: The Bachelor of Science in Nursing program at the Minneapolis campus is approved by the Minnesota State Board of Nursing (2829 University Avenue SE, #200, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 55414-3253, 612-317-3000, www.mn.gov/health-licensing-boards/nursing). Consequently, graduates are eligible to sit for the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCLEX-RN) licensing exam upon successful completion of the program. Passing this exam allows graduates to apply to the State Board of Nursing for licensure as a registered nurse. The Bachelor of Science in Nursing program at the Minneapolis campus is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE, One Dupont Circle, NW, Suite 530, Washington, D.C., 20036-1120, 202-887-6791, www.aacn.nche.edu/ccne-accreditation).
  4. Dental Hygiene Programs: Bachelor of Science in Dental Hygiene and Associate of Applied Science in Dental Hygiene: These programs in dental hygiene are accredited by the Commission on Dental Accreditation. The Commission is a specialized accrediting body recognized by the United States Department of Education. The Commission on Dental Accreditation can be contacted at (312) 440-4653 or at 211 East Chicago Avenue, Chicago, IL 60611-2678. The Commission’s web address is: www.ada.org/coda.

Consequently, graduates of the Bachelor of Science in Dental Hygiene and the Associate of Applied Science in Dental Hygiene are eligible to sit for the national board dental hygiene exam, jurisprudence exam, and the CRDTS examination, which (upon successful completion) would provide the graduate the opportunity to become a licensed dental hygienist (LDH) in Minnesota.

Bachelor of Science in Dental Hygiene—Bridge: The Commission on Dental Accreditation (CODA) does not accredit degree-completion (bridge) programs such as the Bachelor of Science in Dental Hygiene—Bridge. The bridge program is available only to students who have already graduated from a CODA-accredited dental hygiene program with an associate’s degree and hold an active license, as well as being in good standing as a dental hygienist. Students must be a Minnesota resident and maintain Minnesota residency throughout the program. (Students are advised to consult with employers of preference as to the importance of accreditation on their hiring decisions.)

  1. Dental Assisting Programs: Associate of Applied Science in Dental Assisting and Diploma in Dental Assisting: These programs in dental assisting are accredited by the Commission on Dental Accreditation. The Commission is a specialized accrediting body recognized by the United States Department of Education. The Commission on Dental Accreditation can be contacted at (312) 440-4653 or at 211 East Chicago Avenue, Chicago, IL 60611-2678. The Commission’s web address is: www.ada.org/coda.
  2. Occupational Therapy Program: The Associate of Applied Science in Occupational Therapy Assistant program is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Occupational Therapy Education (ACOTE) of the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA, 4720 Montgomery Lane, Suite 200, Bethesda, Maryland, 20824-3449, 301-652-AOTA, www.acoteonline.org). Graduates of the program will be eligible to sit for the national certification examination for the occupational therapy assistant administered by the National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy (NBCOT). After successful completion of this exam, the individual will be a certified occupational therapy assistant (COTA). In addition, most states require licensure in order to practice; however, state licenses are usually based on the results of the NBCOT certification examination. Note that a felony conviction may affect a graduate’s ability to sit for the NBCOT certification examination or attain state licensure. 

    Associate of Applied Science in Occupational Therapy Assistant program at the Minneapolis Campus

    Year

    Number of Program Graduates

    Graduation Rate

    % of test takers who passed the NBCOT exam

    2012

    4

    83.30%

    100%

    2013

    12

    85.70%

    100%

     

  3. Medical Assisting Services: The Diploma in Medical Assisting Services program at the Minneapolis Campus is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP, 1361 Park Street Clearwater, Florida, 33756, 727-210-2350, www.caahep.org) upon the recommendation of the Medical Assisting Education Review Board (MAERB). Consequently, students completing the program are eligible to take the certified medical assistant exam offered by the American Association of Medical Assistants (www.aama-ntl.org).
  4. Legal Studies: Graduates of the Associate of Science in Legal Studies and the Bachelor of Science in Legal Studies programs available online at the Minneapolis Campus are eligible to take the certified paralegal examination through the Association of Legal Assistants (www.nala.org). These online programs are not programmatically approved by the American Bar Association (ABA, 321 North Clark Street, Chicago, Illinois, 60654-7598, 800-285-2221, www.americanbar.org). There are no plans to seek this approval for these online programs. Some employers may prefer graduates from an ABA-approved program. Students are advised to consult with employers of preference as to the importance of this approval on their hiring decisions.
  5. Health Information Management: The Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management and the Associate of Applied Science in Health Information Management programs offered online by Herzing University are accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education (CAHIIM, 233 North Michigan Avenue, 31st Floor, Chicago, Illinois, 60601-5800, 312-233-1100, www.cahiim.org). Students enrolling through this campus must take their core HIM courses online.  Graduates of the Associate of Science in Health Information Management are eligible to take the registered health information technician (RHIT) certification exam, and graduates from the Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management are eligible to take the registered health information administrator (RHIA) certification exam. Both exams are offered through the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA).
  6. Accounting: The Bachelor of Science in Accounting program at Herzing University, even when combined with the Herzing University MBA, may not fulfill all of the requirements for a graduate to take the certified public accountant (CPA) exam or apply for licensure as a CPA in some states/jurisdictions. In addition to requiring a specific amount of study beyond a bachelor’s degree (typically, a total of 150 semester credit hours but this varies by jurisdiction), most states/jurisdictions require specific coursework, as well as several years of professional experience working in accounting, to be eligible to apply for licensure. Some states (including, but not necessarily limited to, Texas) require the accounting program to have a specific programmatic accreditation for graduates to apply for licensure as a CPA, which Herzing University programs do not have,  and no representation has been made as to when or if such an accreditation will be obtained. Applicants interested in becoming a CPA should check with their state board of accountancy regarding CPA eligibility requirements prior to enrolling in any accounting program. Students planning to pursue certifications other than the CPA exam should also contact the respective certifying organization to confirm requirements for certification prior to enrolling in any accounting program.
  7. Other Programs: No other programs at this campus have specialized programmatic accreditation. Students are advised to consult with employers of preference as to the importance of specialized programmatic accreditation on their hiring decisions.

New Orleans Campus of Herzing University

  1. Regional Accreditation: Herzing University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, 230 South LaSalle Street, Suite 7-500, Chicago, Illinois, 60604-1413, www.ncahlc.org, 800-621-7440. This means all students attending Herzing University are attending an accredited institution.
  2. State Approval: The New Orleans Campus of Herzing University is licensed by the State of Louisiana Board of Regents (1201 North Third Street, Suite 6-200, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 70802, 225-342-4253, www.regents.louisiana.gov) and adheres to the rules and regulations of the Louisiana Proprietary Schools Advisory Commission.
  3. Surgical Technology: The Associate of Science in Surgical Technology program at the New Orleans Campus is accredited by the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES, 7777 Leesburg Pike, Suite 314, North Falls Church, Virginia, 22043, 703-917-9503, www.abhes.org). Consequently, graduates are eligible to take the certified surgical technologist (CST) examination offered by The National Board of Surgical Technology and Surgical Assisting.
  4. Medical Assisting Services: The Associate of Science in Medical Assisting Services program and the Diploma in Medical Assisting Services at the New Orleans Campus are accredited by the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES, 7777 Leesburg Pike, Suite 314, North Falls Church, Virginia, 22043, 703-917-9503, www.abhes.org). Consequently, graduates are eligible to take the certified medical assistant (CMA) certification exam offered by the American Association of Medical Assistants.
  5. Legal Assisting/Paralegal: Graduates of the Associate of Science in Legal Assisting/Paralegal and the Bachelor of Science in Legal Studies programs at the New Orleans Campus are eligible to take the certified paralegal examination through the National Association of Legal Assistants (www.nala.org). The Associate of Science in Legal Assisting/Paralegal and the Bachelor of Science in Legal Studies programs at the New Orleans Campus are approved by the American Bar Association (ABA, 321 North Clark Street, Chicago, Illinois, 60654-7598, 800-285-2221, www.americanbar.org).
  6. Health Information Management: The Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management and the Associate of Science in Health Information Management programs offered online by Herzing University are accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education (CAHIIM, 233 North Michigan Avenue, 31st Floor, Chicago, Illinois, 60601-5800, 312-233-1100, www.cahiim.org). Students enrolling through this campus must take their core HIM courses online. Graduates of the Associate of Science in Health Information Management are eligible to take the registered health information technician (RHIT) certification exam, and graduates from the Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management are eligible to take the registered health information administrator (RHIA) certification exam. Both exams are offered through the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA).
  7. Accounting: The Bachelor of Science in Accounting program at Herzing University, even when combined with the Herzing University MBA, may not fulfill all of the requirements for a graduate to take the certified public accountant (CPA) exam or apply for licensure as a CPA in some states/jurisdictions. In addition to requiring a specific amount of study beyond a bachelor’s degree (typically, a total of 150 semester credit hours but this varies by jurisdiction), most states/jurisdictions require specific coursework, as well as several years of professional experience working in accounting, to be eligible to apply for licensure. Some states (including, but not necessarily limited to, Texas) require the accounting program to have a specific programmatic accreditation for graduates to apply for licensure as a CPA, which Herzing University programs do not have, and no representation has been made as to when or if such an accreditation will be obtained. Applicants interested in becoming a CPA should check with their state board of accountancy regarding CPA eligibility requirements prior to enrolling in any accounting program. Students planning to pursue certifications other than the CPA exam should also contact the respective certifying organization to confirm requirements for certification prior to enrolling in any accounting program.
  8. Other Programs: No other programs at this campus have specialized programmatic accreditation. Students are advised to consult with employers of preference as to the importance of specialized programmatic accreditation on their hiring decisions.

Omaha School of Massage and Healthcare of Herzing University

  1. Regional Accreditation: Herzing University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, 230 South LaSalle Street, Suite 7-500, Chicago, Illinois, 60604-1413, www.ncahlc.org, 800-621-7440. This means all students attending Herzing University are attending an accredited institution.
  2. State Approval: All programs at the Omaha School of Massage and Healthcare of Herzing University are approved by Nebraska’s Coordinating Commission for Postsecondary Education (140 North 8th Street, Suite 300, Lincoln, Nebraska, 68508-1359, 402-471-2847, www.ccpe.state.ne).
  3. Therapeutic Massage: The Therapeutic Massage programs at the Omaha School of Massage and Healthcare of Herzing University are approved by the Nebraska Board of Massage Therapy of the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services, Licensure Unit (Nebraska State Office Building, 301 Centennial Mall South, 3rd Floor, P.O. Box 94986, Lincoln, Nebraska, 68509-4986, 402-471-2115, www.dhhs.ne.gov/publichealth). Consequently, graduates are eligible to take the certification exams offered by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB) or the Federation of State Massage Therapy Boards  (FSMTB) and meet the educational requirements to apply for licensure as a massage therapist in the State of Nebraska.
  4. Legal Studies: Graduates of the Associate of Science in Legal Studies and the Bachelor of Science in Legal Studies programs available online at the Omaha School are eligible to take the certified paralegal examination through the Association of Legal Assistants (www.nala.org). These online programs are not programmatically approved by the American Bar Association (ABA, 321 North Clark Street, Chicago, Illinois, 60654-7598, 800-285-2221, www.americanbar.org). There are no plans to seek this approval for these online programs. Some employers may prefer graduates from an ABA-approved program. Students are advised to consult with employers of preference as to the importance of this approval on their hiring decisions.
  5. Health Information Management: The Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management and the Associate of Science in Health Information Management programs offered online by Herzing University are accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education (CAHIIM, 233 North Michigan Avenue, 31st Floor, Chicago, Illinois, 60601-5800, 312-233-1100, www.cahiim.org). Students enrolling through this campus must take their core HIM courses online. Graduates of the Associate of Science in Health Information Management are eligible to take the registered health information technician (RHIT) certification exam, and graduates from the Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management are eligible to take the registered health information administrator (RHIA) certification exam. Both exams are offered through the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA).
  6. Accounting: The Bachelor of Science in Accounting program at Herzing University, even when combined with the Herzing University MBA, may not fulfill all of the requirements for a graduate to take the certified public accountant (CPA) exam or apply for licensure as a CPA in some states/jurisdictions. In addition to requiring a specific amount of study beyond a bachelor’s degree (typically, a total of 150 semester credit hours, but this varies by jurisdiction), most states/jurisdictions require specific coursework, as well as several years of professional experience working in accounting, to be eligible to apply for licensure. Some states (including, but not necessarily limited to, Texas) require the accounting program to have a specific programmatic accreditation for graduates to apply for licensure as a CPA, which Herzing University programs do not have, and no representation has been made as to when or if such an accreditation will be obtained. Applicants interested in becoming a CPA should check with their state board of accountancy regarding CPA eligibility requirements prior to enrolling in any accounting program. Students planning to pursue certifications other than the CPA exam should also contact the respective certifying organization to confirm requirements for certification prior to enrolling in any accounting program.
  7. Other Programs: No other programs at this campus have specialized programmatic accreditation. Students are advised to consult with employers of preference as to the importance of specialized programmatic accreditation on their hiring decisions.

Orlando Campus of Herzing University

  1. Regional Accreditation: Herzing University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, 230 South LaSalle Street, Suite 7-500, Chicago, Illinois, 60604-1413, www.ncahlc.org, 800-621-7440. This means all students attending Herzing University are attending an accredited institution.
  2. State Approval: All programs at the Orlando Campus of Herzing University are approved by the Commission for Independent Education of the Florida Department of Education (325 West Gaines Street, Suite 1414, Tallahassee, Florida, 32399-0400, 850-245-3200, www.fldoe.org).
  3. Diploma in Practical Nursing: The Diploma in Practical Nursing program at the Orlando Campus is approved by the Florida Board of Nursing (4042 Bald Cypress Way, Tallahassee, Florida, 32399-3252, 850-245-4125, www.floridasnursing.gov). Consequently, graduates are eligible to sit for the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCLEX-PN) licensing exam upon successful completion of the program. Passing this exam allows graduates to apply to the State Board of Nursing for licensure as a licensed practical nurse. The Diploma in Practical Nursing program at the Orlando Campus does not have specialized programmatic accreditation by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN, 3343 Peachtree Road NE, Suite 850, Atlanta, Georgia, 30326, 404-975-5000, www.acenursing.org). No representation has been made as to when or if such accreditations will be obtained. Some employers may prefer applicants from programs that have ACEN accreditation. Students are advised to consult with employers of preference as to the importance of this accreditation on their hiring decisions.
  4. Associate of Science in Nursing: The Associate of Science in Nursing program and the Associate of Science in Nursing—Bridge to ASN program (renamed from LPN to ASN Bridge program as of May 2014) at the Orlando Campus are approved by the Florida Board of Nursing  (4042 Bald Cypress Way, Tallahassee, Florida, 32399-3252, 850-245-4125, www.floridasnursing.gov). Consequently, graduates are eligible to sit for the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCLEX-RN) licensing exam upon successful completion of the program. Passing this exam allows graduates to apply to the State Board of Nursing for licensure as a registered nurse. These programs are accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN, 3343 Peachtree Road NE, Suite 850, Atlanta, Georgia, 30326, 404-975-5000, www.acenursing.org).
  5. Bachelor of Science in Nursing: The Bachelor of Science in Nursing program at the Orlando Campus is approved by the Florida Board of Nursing (4042 Bald Cypress Way, Tallahassee, Florida, 32399-3252, 850-245-4125, www.floridasnursing.gov). Consequently, graduates are eligible to sit for the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCLEX-RN) licensing exam upon successful completion of the program. Passing this exam allows graduates to apply to the State Board of Nursing for licensure as a registered nurse. The Bachelor of Science in Nursing program at the Orlando Campus is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE, One Dupont Circle, NW, Suite 530, Washington, D.C., 20036-1120, 202-887-6971, www.aacn.nche.edu/ccne-accreditation).
  6. Bachelor of Science in Nursing—Bridge to BSN: The Bachelor of Science in Nursing—Bridge to BSN program (renamed from LPN to BSN Bridge program as of May 2014) at the Orlando Campus is approved by the Florida Board of Nursing (4042 Bald Cypress Way, Tallahassee, Florida, 32399-3252, 850-245-4125, www.floridasnursing.gov). Consequently, graduates are eligible to sit for the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCLEX-RN) licensing exam upon successful completion of the program. Passing this exam allows graduates to apply to the State Board of Nursing for licensure as a registered nurse. The Bachelor of Science in Nursing program at the Orlando Campus is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE, One Dupont Circle, NW, Suite 530, Washington, D.C., 20036-1120, 202-887-6971, www.aacn.nche.edu/ccne-accreditation).
  7. Physical Therapist Assistant. The Associate of Science in Physical Therapist Assistant program at the Orlando Campus is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education (CAPTE, 1111 North Fairfax Street, Alexandria, Virginia, 22314-1488, 703-706-3245, accreditation@apta.org or www.capteonline.org).
  8. Health Information Management: The Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management and the Associate of Science in Health Information Management programs offered online by Herzing University are accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education (CAHIIM, 233 North Michigan Avenue, 31st Floor, Chicago, Illinois, 60601-5800, 312-233-1100, www.cahiim.org. Students enrolling through this campus must take their core HIM courses online. Graduates of the Associate of Science in Health Information Management are eligible to take the registered health information technician (RHIT) certification exam, and graduates from the Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management are eligible to take the registered health information administrator (RHIA) certification exam. Both exams are offered through the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA).
  9. Legal Studies: Graduates of the Associate of Science in Legal Studies and the Bachelor of Science in Legal Studies programs available online at the Orlando Campus are eligible to take the certified paralegal examination through the Association of Legal Assistants (www.nala.org). These online programs are not programmatically approved by the American Bar Association (ABA, 321 North Clark Street, Chicago, Illinois, 60654-7598, 800-285-2221, www.americanbar.org). There are no plans to seek this approval for these online programs. Some employers may prefer graduates from an ABA-approved program. Students are advised to consult with employers of preference as to the importance of this approval on their hiring decisions.
  10. Accounting: The Bachelor of Science in Accounting program at Herzing University, even when combined with the Herzing University MBA, may not fulfill all of the requirements for a graduate to take the certified public accountant (CPA) exam or apply for licensure as a CPA in some states/jurisdictions. In addition to requiring a specific amount of study beyond a bachelor’s degree (typically, a total of 150 semester credit hours, but this varies by jurisdiction), most states/jurisdictions require specific coursework, as well as several years of professional experience working in accounting, to be eligible to apply for licensure. Some states (including, but not necessarily limited to, Texas) require the accounting program to have a specific programmatic accreditation for graduates to apply for licensure as a CPA, which Herzing University programs do not have, and no representation has been made as to when or if such an accreditation will be obtained. Applicants interested in becoming a CPA should check with their state board of accountancy regarding CPA eligibility requirements prior to enrolling in any accounting program. Students planning to pursue certifications other than the CPA exam should also contact the respective certifying organization to confirm requirements for certification prior to enrolling in any accounting program.
  11. Other Programs: No other programs at this campus have specialized programmatic accreditation. Students are advised to consult with employers of preference as to the importance of specialized programmatic accreditation on their hiring decisions.

Toledo Campus of Herzing University

  1. Regional Accreditation: Herzing University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, 230 South LaSalle Street, Suite 7-500, Chicago, Illinois, 60604-1413, www.ncahlc.org, 800-621-7440. This means all students attending Herzing University are attending an accredited institution.
  2. State Approval: All programs at the Toledo Campus of Herzing University are approved by the Ohio State Board of Career Colleges and Schools (30 East Broad Street, Suite 2481, Columbus, Ohio, 43215-3414, 614-466-2752 or 877-275-4219, http://scr.ohio.gov). The campus’ Ohio Registration Number is 08-09-1874B. All bachelor’s degree programs at the campus are approved by the Ohio Board of Regents (25 South Front Street, Columbus, Ohio, 43215-3414, 614-466-6000, www.ohiohighered.org/contact-us).
  3. Surgical Technology: The Associate of Applied Science in Surgical Technology program at the Toledo Campus is accredited by the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES, 7777 Leesburg Pike, Suite 314, North Falls Church, Virginia, 22043, 703-917-9503, www.abhes.org). Consequently, graduates are eligible to take the certified surgical technologist (CST) examination offered by The National Board of Surgical Technology and Surgical Assisting.
  4. Medical Assisting Services: The Associate of Applied Science in Medical Assisting Services program at the Toledo Campus is accredited by the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES, 7777 Leesburg Pike, Suite 314, North Falls Church, Virginia, 22043, 703-917-9503, www.abhes.org). Consequently, graduates are eligible to take the certified medical assistant (CMA) certification exam offered by the American Association of Medical Assistants.
  5. Legal Studies: Graduates of the Associate of Applied Science in Legal Studies and the Bachelor of Science in Legal Studies programs available online at the Toledo Campus are eligible to take the certified paralegal examination through the Association of Legal Assistants (www.nala.org). These online programs are not programmatically approved by the American Bar Association (ABA, 321 North Clark Street, Chicago, Illinois, 60654-7598, 800-285-2221, www.americanbar.org). There are no plans to seek this approval for these online programs. Some employers may prefer graduates from an ABA-approved program. Students are advised to consult with employers of preference as to the importance of this approval on their hiring decisions.
  6. Health Information Management: The Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management and the Associate of Applied Science in Health Information Management programs offered online by Herzing University are accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education (CAHIIM, 233 North Michigan Avenue, 31st Floor, Chicago, Illinois, 60601-5800 312-233-1100, www.cahiim.org). Students enrolling through this campus must take their core HIM courses online. Graduates of the Associate of Science in Health Information Management are eligible to take the registered health information technician (RHIT) certification exam, and graduates from the Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management are eligible to take the registered health information administrator (RHIA) certification exam. Both exams are offered through the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA).
  7. Accounting: The Bachelor of Science in Accounting program at Herzing University, even when combined with the Herzing University MBA, may not fulfill all of the requirements for a graduate to take the certified public accountant (CPA) exam or apply for licensure as a CPA in some states/jurisdictions. In addition to requiring a specific amount of study beyond a bachelor’s degree (typically, a total of 150 semester credit hours, but this varies by jurisdiction), most states/jurisdictions require specific coursework, as well as several years of professional experience working in accounting, to be eligible to apply for licensure. Some states (including, but not necessarily limited to, Texas) require the accounting program to have a specific programmatic accreditation for graduates to apply for licensure as a CPA, which Herzing University programs do not have, and no representation has been made as to when or if such an accreditation will be obtained. Applicants interested in becoming a CPA should check with their state board of accountancy regarding CPA eligibility requirements prior to enrolling in any accounting program. Students planning to pursue certifications other than the CPA exam should also contact the respective certifying organization to confirm requirements for certification prior to enrolling in any accounting program.
  8. Other Programs: No other programs at this campus have specialized programmatic accreditation. Students are advised to consult with employers of preference as to the importance of specialized programmatic accreditation on their hiring decisions.

Graduate Programs

Atlanta Campus of Herzing University

  1. Regional Accreditation: Herzing University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, 230 South LaSalle Street, Suite 7-500, Chicago, Illinois, 60604-1413, www.ncahlc.org, 800-621-7440. This means all students attending Herzing University are attending an accredited institution.
  2. State Approval: All programs at the Atlanta Campus of Herzing University are approved by the Georgia Nonpublic Postsecondary Education Commission (2082 East Exchange Place, Suite 220, Tucker, Georgia, 30084-5305, 770-414-3300, www.gnpec.org).
  3. Accounting: The Bachelor of Science in Accounting program at Herzing University, even when combined with the Herzing University MBA, may not fulfill all of the requirements for a graduate to take the certified public accountant (CPA) exam or apply for licensure as a CPA in some states/jurisdictions. In addition to requiring a specific amount of study beyond a bachelor’s degree (typically, a total of 150 semester credit hours, but this varies by jurisdiction), most states/jurisdictions require specific coursework, as well as several years of professional experience working in accounting, to be eligible to apply for licensure.  Some states (including, but not necessarily limited to, Texas) require the accounting program to have a specific programmatic accreditation for graduates to apply for licensure as a CPA, which Herzing University programs do not have, and no representation has been made as to when or if such an accreditation will be obtained. Applicants interested in becoming a CPA should check with their state board of accountancy regarding CPA eligibility requirements prior to enrolling in any accounting program. Students planning to pursue certifications other than the CPA exam should also contact the respective certifying organization to confirm requirements for certification prior to enrolling in any accounting program.
  4. Other Programs: No other programs at this campus have specialized programmatic accreditation. Students are advised to consult with employers of preference as to the importance of specialized programmatic accreditation on their hiring decisions.

Birmingham Campus of Herzing University

  1. Regional Accreditation: Herzing University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, 230 South LaSalle Street, Suite 7-500, Chicago, Illinois, 60604-1413, www.ncahlc.org, 800-621-7440. This means all students attending Herzing University are attending an accredited institution.
  2. State Approval: All programs at the Birmingham Campus of Herzing University are approved by the Alabama Commission on Higher Education (100 North Union Street, P.O. Box 302000, Montgomery, Alabama, 36130-2000, 334-242-1998, www.ache.alabama.gov).
  3. Accounting: The Bachelor of Science in Accounting program at Herzing University, even when combined with the Herzing University MBA, may not fulfill all of the requirements for a graduate to take the certified public accountant (CPA) exam or apply for licensure as a CPA in some states/jurisdictions. In addition to requiring a specific amount of study beyond a bachelor’s degree (typically, a total of 150 semester credit hours, but this varies by jurisdiction), most states/jurisdictions require specific coursework, as well as several years of professional experience working in accounting, to be eligible to apply for licensure. Some states (including, but not necessarily limited to, Texas) require the accounting program to have a specific programmatic accreditation for graduates to apply for licensure as a CPA, which Herzing University programs do not have, and no representation has been made as to when or if such an accreditation will be obtained. Applicants interested in becoming a CPA should check with their state board of accountancy regarding CPA eligibility requirements prior to enrolling in any accounting program. Students planning to pursue certifications other than the CPA exam should also contact the respective certifying organization to confirm requirements for certification prior to enrolling in any accounting program.
  4. Other Programs: No other programs at this campus have specialized programmatic accreditation. Students are advised to consult with employers of preference as to the importance of specialized programmatic accreditation on their hiring decisions.

Brookfield Campus of Herzing University

  1. Regional Accreditation: Herzing University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, 230 South LaSalle Street, Suite 7-500, Chicago, Illinois, 60604-1413, www.ncahlc.org, 800-621-7440. This means all students attending Herzing University are attending an accredited institution.
  2. State Approval: All programs at the Brookfield Campus of Herzing University are approved by the State of Wisconsin Educational Approval Board (P.O. Box 8696, Madison, Wisconsin, 53708-8696, 608 266-1996, www.eab.state.wi.us).
  3. Accounting: The Bachelor of Science in Accounting program at Herzing University, even when combined with the Herzing University MBA, may not fulfill all of the requirements for a graduate to take the certified public accountant (CPA) exam or apply for licensure as a CPA in some states/jurisdictions. In addition to requiring a specific amount of study beyond a bachelor’s degree (typically, a total of 150 semester credit hours, but this varies by jurisdiction), most states/jurisdictions require specific coursework, as well as several years of professional experience working in accounting, to be eligible to apply for licensure. Some states (including, but not necessarily limited to, Texas) require the accounting program to have a specific programmatic accreditation for graduates to apply for licensure as a CPA, which Herzing University programs do not have, and no representation has been made as to when or if such an accreditation will be obtained. Applicants interested in becoming a CPA should check with their state board of accountancy regarding CPA eligibility requirements prior to enrolling in any accounting program. Students planning to pursue certifications other than the CPA exam should also contact the respective certifying organization to confirm requirements for certification prior to enrolling in any accounting program.
  4. Other Programs: No other programs at this campus have specialized programmatic accreditation. Students are advised to consult with employers of preference as to the importance of specialized programmatic accreditation on their hiring decisions.

Herzing University Online

  1. Regional Accreditation: Herzing University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, 230 South LaSalle Street, Suite 7-500, Chicago, Illinois, 60604-1413, www.ncahlc.org, 800-621-7440. This means all students attending Herzing University are attending an accredited institution.
  2. State of Wisconsin Approval: All programs offered through Herzing University Online are approved by the State of Wisconsin Educational Approval Board (P.O. Box 8696, Madison, Wisconsin, 53708-8696, 608 266-1996, www.eab.state.wi.us).
  3. Approvals in Other States for Distance Learning: Herzing University has made a good-faith effort to follow each individual state’s regulations concerning offering distance educational programs in that respective state. Students should investigate and ensure that the program they desire, if offered in a distance/online format, meets the requirements of the profession in their state. Herzing University is not enrolling new students in the following states: Arkansas, District of Columbia, and Wyoming. Not all programs are available in all states. Contact the Online Admissions Office for program availability at onl-info@herzing.edu or 866-508-0748.
  4. Nursing programs: The Master of Science in Nursing program offered by Herzing University Online is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE, One Dupont Circle NW, Suite 530, Washington, D.C., 20036-1120, 202-887-6791, www.aacn.nche.edu/ccne-accreditation). Individuals considering the Master of Science in Nursing program—particularly the Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) concentration—should be aware that state requirements for availability of required clinical courses and eligibility to apply for licensure as a family nurse practitioner vary from state to state. Applicants should check with their applicable state board of nursing before enrolling in any graduate nursing program. For additional information, e-mail your questions to states@herzing.edu.
  5. Accounting: The Bachelor of Science in Accounting program at Herzing University, even when combined with the Herzing University MBA, may not fulfill all of the requirements for a graduate to take the certified public accountant (CPA) exam or apply for licensure as a CPA in some states/jurisdictions. In addition to requiring a specific amount of study beyond a bachelor’s degree (typically, a total of 150 semester credit hours, but this varies by jurisdiction), most states/jurisdictions require specific coursework, as well as several years of professional experience working in accounting, to be eligible to apply for licensure. Some states (including, but not necessarily limited to, Texas) require the accounting program to have a specific programmatic accreditation for graduates to apply for licensure as a CPA, which Herzing University programs do not have, and no representation has been made as to when or if such an accreditation will be obtained. Applicants interested in becoming a CPA should check with their state board of accountancy regarding CPA eligibility requirements prior to enrolling in any accounting program. Students planning to pursue certifications other than the CPA exam should also contact the respective certifying organization to confirm requirements for certification prior to enrolling in any accounting program.
  6. Other Programs: No other programs at this campus have specialized programmatic accreditation. Students are advised to consult with employers of preference as to the importance of specialized programmatic accreditation on their hiring decisions.

Kenosha Campus of Herzing University

  1. Regional Accreditation: Herzing University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, 230 South LaSalle Street, Suite 7-500, Chicago, Illinois, 60604-1413, www.ncahlc.org, 800-621-7440. This means all students attending Herzing University are attending an accredited institution.
  2. State Approval: All programs at the Kenosha Campus of Herzing University are approved by the State of Wisconsin Educational Approval Board (P.O. Box 8696, Madison, Wisconsin, 53708-8696, 608 266-1996, www.eab.state.wi.us).
  3. Accounting: The Bachelor of Science in Accounting program at Herzing University, even when combined with the Herzing University MBA, may not fulfill all of the requirements for a graduate to take the certified public accountant (CPA) exam or apply for licensure as a CPA in some states/jurisdictions. In addition to requiring a specific amount of study beyond a bachelor’s degree (typically, a total of 150 semester credit hours, but this varies by jurisdiction), most states/jurisdictions require specific coursework, as well as several years of professional experience working in accounting, to be eligible to apply for licensure. Some states (including, but not necessarily limited to, Texas) require the accounting program to have a specific programmatic accreditation for graduates to apply for licensure as a CPA, which Herzing University programs do not have,  and no representation has been made as to when or if such an accreditation will be obtained. Applicants interested in becoming a CPA should check with their state board of accountancy regarding CPA eligibility requirements prior to enrolling in any accounting program. Students planning to pursue certifications other than the CPA exam should also contact the respective certifying organization to confirm requirements for certification prior to enrolling in any accounting program.
  4. Other Programs: No other programs at this campus have specialized programmatic accreditation. Students are advised to consult with employers of preference as to the importance of specialized programmatic accreditation on their hiring decisions.

Madison Campus of Herzing University

  1. Regional Accreditation: Herzing University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, 230 South LaSalle Street, Suite 7-500, Chicago, Illinois, 60604-1413, www.ncahlc.org, 800-621-7440. This means all students attending Herzing University are attending an accredited institution.
  2. State Approval: All programs at the Madison Campus of Herzing University are approved by State of Wisconsin Educational Approval Board (P.O. Box 8696, Madison, Wisconsin, 53708-8696, 608 266-1996, www.eab.state.wi.us).
  3. Accounting: The Master of Business Administration in Accounting program at Herzing University, even when combined with the Herzing University MBA, may not fulfill all of the requirements for a graduate to take the certified public accountant (CPA) exam or apply for licensure as a CPA in some states/jurisdictions. In addition to requiring a specific amount of study beyond a bachelor’s degree (typically, a total of 150 semester credit hours but this varies by jurisdiction), most states/jurisdictions require specific coursework, as well as several years of professional experience working in accounting, to be eligible to apply for licensure. Some states (including, but not necessarily limited to, Texas) require the accounting program to have a specific programmatic accreditation for graduates to apply for licensure as a CPA, which Herzing University programs do not have,  and no representation has been made as to when or if such an accreditation will be obtained. Applicants interested in becoming a CPA should check with their state board of accountancy regarding CPA eligibility requirements prior to enrolling in any accounting program. Students planning to pursue certifications other than the CPA exam should also contact the respective certifying organization to confirm requirements for certification prior to enrolling in any accounting program.
  4. Other Programs: No other programs at this campus have specialized programmatic accreditation. Students are advised to consult with employers of preference as to the importance of specialized programmatic accreditation on their hiring decisions.

New Orleans Campus of Herzing University

  1. Regional Accreditation: Herzing University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, 230 South LaSalle Street, Suite 7-500, Chicago, Illinois, 60604-1413, www.ncahlc.org, 800-621-7440. This means all students attending Herzing University are attending an accredited institution.
  2. State Approval: The New Orleans Campus of Herzing University is licensed by the State of Louisiana Board of Regents (1201 North Third Street, Suite 6-200, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 70802, 225-342-4253, www.regents.louisiana.gov) and adheres to the rules and regulations of the Louisiana Proprietary Schools Advisory Commission.
  3. Accounting: The Bachelor of Science in Accounting program at Herzing University, even when combined with the Herzing University MBA, may not fulfill all of the requirements for a graduate to take the certified public accountant (CPA) exam or apply for licensure as a CPA in some states/jurisdictions. In addition to requiring a specific amount of study beyond a bachelor’s degree (typically, a total of 150 semester credit hours but this varies by jurisdiction), most states/jurisdictions require specific coursework, as well as several years of professional experience working in accounting, to be eligible to apply for licensure. Some states (including, but not necessarily limited to, Texas) require the accounting program to have a specific programmatic accreditation for graduates to apply for licensure as a CPA, which Herzing University programs do not have, and no representation has been made as to when or if such an accreditation will be obtained. Applicants interested in becoming a CPA should check with their state board of accountancy regarding CPA eligibility requirements prior to enrolling in any accounting program. Students planning to pursue certifications other than the CPA exam should also contact the respective certifying organization to confirm requirements for certification prior to enrolling in any accounting program.
  4. Other Programs: No other programs at this campus have specialized programmatic accreditation. Students are advised to consult with employers of preference as to the importance of specialized programmatic accreditation on their hiring decisions.

Omaha School of Massage and Healthcare of Herzing University

  1. Regional Accreditation: Herzing University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, 230 South LaSalle Street, Suite 7-500, Chicago, Illinois, 60604-1413, www.ncahlc.org, 800-621-7440. This means all students attending Herzing University are attending an accredited institution.
  2. State Approval: All programs at the Omaha School of Massage and Healthcare of Herzing University are approved by Nebraska’s Coordinating Commission for Postsecondary Education (140 North 8th Street, Suite 300, Lincoln, Nebraska, 68508-1359, 402-471-2847, www.ccpe.state.ne).
  3. Accounting: The Bachelor of Science in Accounting program at Herzing University, even when combined with the Herzing University MBA, may not fulfill all of the requirements for a graduate to take the certified public accountant (CPA) exam or apply for licensure as a CPA in some states/jurisdictions. In addition to requiring a specific amount of study beyond a bachelor’s degree (typically, a total of 150 semester credit hours, but this varies by jurisdiction), most states/jurisdictions require specific coursework, as well as several years of professional experience working in accounting, to be eligible to apply for licensure. Some states (including, but not necessarily limited to, Texas) require the accounting program to have a specific programmatic accreditation for graduates to apply for licensure as a CPA, which Herzing University programs do not have, and no representation has been made as to when or if such an accreditation will be obtained. Applicants interested in becoming a CPA should check with their state board of accountancy regarding CPA eligibility requirements prior to enrolling in any accounting program. Students planning to pursue certifications other than the CPA exam should also contact the respective certifying organization to confirm requirements for certification prior to enrolling in any accounting program.
  4. Other Programs: No other programs at this campus have specialized programmatic accreditation. Students are advised to consult with employers of preference as to the importance of specialized programmatic accreditation on their hiring decisions.

State Approvals

Herzing University is authorized to offer undergraduate educational programs in the various states in which it operates by the following state boards, commissions, and departments. Not all programs are available in all states. Students should not confuse permission for Herzing University to operate in a state or educate students from a particular state online with special or programmatic approvals that may be required or preferred to work in a given field in some states. Students should independently investigate and ensure that the program they desire is offered on the campus they intend to enroll in via the desired format and with the potential outcome they desire. Students should rely only on the written information provided in the academic catalog and not on oral or unofficial representations or other documents. The fact that a program is currently offered on a campus does not ensure, nor does Herzing University guarantee, that all courses will always be available on that campus in the specific format the student selected; however, a student will always be provided with a path to completion, despite the potential change in format of course offerings.

Further information may be obtained by contacting the following state approving commissions, boards, offices, and departments.

Alabama

Birmingham Campus

Alabama Commission on Higher Education

100 North Union Street

P. O. Box 302000

Montgomery, Alabama 36130-2000

(334) 242-1998

www.ache.alabama.gov

Alabama Board of Nursing

RSA Plaza

770 Washington Avenue, Suite 250

Montgomery, Alabama 36104

(334)293-5200

www.abn.alabama.gov

Orlando Campus

Commission for Independent Education

Florida Department of Education

325 West Gaines Street, Suite 1414

Tallahassee, Florida 32399-0400

(850) 245-3200

www.fldoe.org

Department of Health

Florida Board of Nursing

4042 Bald Cypress Way

Tallahassee, Florida 32399-3252

(850)245-4125

www.floridasnursing.gov

Georgia

Atlanta Campus

Georgia Nonpublic Postsecondary Education Commission

2082 East Exchange Place, Suite 220

Tucker, Georgia 30084-5305

(770) 414-3300

www.gnpec.org

Georgia Board of Nursing

237 Coliseum Drive

Macon, Georgia 31217-3858

(478)207-2440

http://sos.ga.gov/index.php/licensing/plb/45

Louisiana

New Orleans Campus

Herzing University, New Orleans, is licensed by the Louisiana Board of Regents and adheres to the rules and regulations of the Louisiana Proprietary Schools Advisory Commission.

State of Louisiana Board of Regents

1201 North Third Street, Suite 6-200

Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70802

(225) 342-4253

www.regents.louisiana.gov

Minnesota

Minneapolis Campus

Herzing University is registered as a private institution with the Minnesota Office of Higher Education pursuant to sections 136A.61 to 136A.71. Registration is not an endorsement of the institution. Registration does not mean that credits earned at the institution can be transferred to all other institutions.

Minnesota Office of Higher Education

1450 Energy Park Drive, Suite 350

St. Paul, Minnesota 55108-5265

(651) 642-0533

www.ohe.state.mn.us

Minnesota Board of Nursing

2829 University Avenue SE, #200

Minneapolis, Minnesota 55414-3253

(612)317-3000

www.mn.gov/health-licensing-boards/nursing

Nebraska

Omaha School of Massage and Healthcare of Herzing University

Nebraska’s Coordinating Commission for Postsecondary Education

140 North 8th Street, Suite 300

Lincoln, Nebraska 68508-1359

(402) 471-2847

www.ccpe.state.ne.us/PublicDoc/CCPE/

Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services

Licensure Unit

Nebraska State Office Building

301 Centennial Mall South, 3rd Floor

P.O. Box 94986

Lincoln, Nebraska 68509-4986

(402) 471-2115

www.dhhs.ne.gov/publichealth

Ohio

Akron and Toledo Campuses

Ohio State Board of Career Colleges and Schools

Registration #: 04-01-1704T (Akron)

Registration #: 08-09-1874B (Toledo)

30 East Broad Street, Suite 2481

Columbus, Ohio 43215-3414

(614) 466-2752 or (877) 275-4219

http://scr.ohio.gov

Ohio Board of Regents

25 South Front Street

Columbus, OH 43215-3414

(614) 466-6000

www.ohiohighered.org/contact-us

Ohio Board of Nursing (Akron Campus only)

17 South High Street, Suite 400

Columbus, Ohio 43215-7410

(614) 466-3947

www.nursing.ohio.gov

Wisconsin

Brookfield, Kenosha, Madison, and Online Campuses

State of Wisconsin Educational Approval Board

201 West Washington Avenue, 3rd Floor

P.O. Box 8696

Madison, Wisconsin 53708-8696

(608) 266-1996

www.eab.state.wi.us

Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services

Board of Nursing

1400 East Washington Avenue

Madison, Wisconsin 53703

(608)266-2112

www.dsps.wi.gov

Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services

Chiropractic Examining Board

1400 East Washington Avenue

Madison, Wisconsin 53703

(608)266-2112

www.dsps.wi.gov

Other States (Distance/Online Education)

Herzing University Online has made a good-faith effort to follow each individual state’s regulations concerning offering distance educational programs in that respective state. Students should investigate and ensure that the program they desire, if offered in a distance/online format, meets the requirements of the profession in their state. For additional information, e-mail your questions to states@herzing.edu.

Herzing University is not enrolling new students in the following states:

  • Arkansas
  • District of Columbia
  • Wyoming

Not all programs are available in all states. Contact the Online Admissions Office for program availability at onl-info@herzing.edu  or (866) 508-0748.

Birmingham - Undergraduate programs

Whether you are earning your degree for the first time or coming back to enhance your career, we’ll help you find the right undergraduate program at Herzing University. Our flexible learning options, convenient scheduling, and student support put a college degree within your reach.

Birmingham Undergraduate Programs

Our undergraduate degrees are designed for recent high school grads, transfer students, international students, and working adults. Choose from over 50 programs in some of the most in-demand and growing industries:

Flexible Learning Options

Herzing’s degree programs are designed to meet you wherever you are in life. Flexible learning options let you achieve your educational and career goals at your convenience:

  • Most programs offer options to earn a diploma, associate degree, or bachelor’s degree. Earn all three in stages and build on your education when you have the time.
  • Complete your degree more quickly. Earn your associate degree in less than two years, bachelor’s degree in three years, or bachelor’s and MBA combo in just four years.
  • Take classes during the day or evening at one of our locations, or online.

Real-World Skills and Individual Attention

At Herzing University, you’re much more than just a number. We’re committed to providing you with the support and career-focused education you need to succeed in today’s competitive job market.

  • Learn from experienced faculty who bring practical, industry-specific insight and knowledge to the classroom.
  • Hands-on coursework, clinicals, and externships let you apply what you learn along the way.
  • Many of our programs prepare you for industry certification exams to make you even more marketable.

Discover which undergraduate degree program is right for you by speaking with an advisor today

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