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We at Herzing University Brookfield are overjoyed to see all these students hard work and dedication be awarded on the day of graduation.   

Monday, April 28, 2014 - 12:00 to Saturday, May 10, 2014 - 12:00

Herzing University will be celebrating 50 years! Stay tuned for details as we prepare to celebrate this milestone. 

Thursday, January 29, 2015 - 12:00 to 20:00

YOU’RE INVITED TO A NURSING INFORMATION SESSION!

at Herzing University

5218 E. Terrace Dr. Madison, WI 53718 

Saturday, October 25 from 10:00AM-12:00PM 

Are you a junior or senior in high school (or do you have one at home)? Does a career in nursing sound interesting to you? 

Please join us for a morning of information gathering, question answering, tour giving, and fun! Let us help you figure out if Herzing University is an option for you. A light breakfast and refreshments will be provided as well. 

Please RSVP by emailing Mollie at mstolbov@herzing.edu or call 608-249-6611. 

We hope to see you then!

Saturday, October 25, 2014 - 10:00 to 12:00

Room and Board and Personal Expenses Chart

2014 - 2015

9 Month Credit Hour

Independent/
Dependent living off campus
Per
Month
1
Month
2
Month
3
Month
4
Month
5
Month
6
Month
7
Month
9
Month
Housing
$1066
$1066
$2132
$3198
$4264
$5330
$6396
$7462
$9594
Personal Expenses
$600
$600
$1200
$1800
$2400
$3000
$3600
$4200
$5400
Dependent
with parent
Per
Month
1
Month
2
Month
3
Month
4
Month
5
Month
6
Month
7
Month
9
Month
Housing
$533
$533
$1066
$1599
$2132
$2665
$3198
$3731
$4797
Personal Expenses
$300
$300
$600
$900
$1200
$1500
$1800
$2100
$2700

 

12 Month Clock Hour

Independent/
Dependent living off campus
Per
Month
1
Month
2
Month
3
Month
4
Month
5
Month
6
Month
7
Month
9
Month
10
Month
11
Month
12
Month
Housing
$1422
$1422
$2844
$4266
$5688
$7110
$8532
$9954
$11376
$12798
$14220
$15642
Personal Expenses
$800
$800
$1600
$2400
$3200
$4000
$4800
$5600
$6400
$7200
$8000
$8800
Dependent
with parent
Per
Month
1
Month
2
Month
3
Month
4
Month
5
Month
6
Month
7
Month
9
Month
10
Month
11
Month
12
Month
Housing
$711
$711
$1422
$2133
$2844
$3555
$4266
$4977
$5688
$6399
$7110
$7821
Personal Expenses
$400
$400
$80
$1200
$1600
$2000
$2400
$2800
$3200
$3600
$4000
$4400

Looking for a career change? Have educational goals that you want to achieve?

Herzing University - Brookfield can help you find the answers you are looking for.

There is still time to sign up for classes starting Monday, April 28! If you are interested in discussing your options and getting started on your educational journey, please call (262) 649-1710 to speak to an Admissions Advisor today.

Monday, April 28, 2014 - 12:00

Join us at the campus for a general information session about what Herzing University - Madison is all about! This event is perfect for high school students and their families to learn more about college options, take a tour of the campus, and ask individual questions about the programs. A light breakfast will be served for all participants. Please RSVP by sending an email to mstolbov@herzing.edu.

Upcoming Session Dates

Saturday, October 11, 2014 - 10:00 to 12:00

Herzing University - Akron’s National Student Nurses’ Association (NSA) raised over $1,200 for Stride for the Cure, which occurred October 7, 2012. Nurses provide hope on a daily basis, and our sensational nursing students believe in doing so in the community through support, education, advocacy, and awareness before they even graduate!

One of the largest teams in the event at over 50 walkers, Herzing’s Nursing team included Terri Chapman, director of nursing, Andrea Easterling, team leader and NSNA president, and many students, faculty and staff members, alumni, and their friends and families. Campus president Dave LaRue was kind enough to donate the pink team T-shirts in support of this tremendous effort.

Lodi School District art students have new equipment, thanks to Herzing. HU donated 15 art easels thanks to the coordination of Lodi Middle School principal David Dyb and Lodi faculty member Beth Sokol, saving the system the expense of purchasing the easels for approximately $1,200. The easels will be shared equally by Lodi Elementary, Middle, and High Schools. The district was also offered about two dozen stools (valued at $500) for the Tech Education classroom.

Both Lodi Middle School and Herzing University are hoping this is just the beginning of partnering between the two institutions. Principal Dyb suggested other areas for Herzing University involvement including utilizing the Career Development staff for mock interviews for the eighth grade class, Herzing faculty visits to the campus, and middle student field trips to HU so they can be exposed to various career paths and student life on a college campus.

The New Year’s Cup kicks off the New Year and a new semester by igniting the competitive spirit in all of us and seeking to answer the question: Is your program the best?

This January 6 - 10, each on-campus program will compete in a weeklong series of events for the right to reign as champions in 2014.

The inaugural New Year’s Cup in 2013 was a fierce competition with the OTA program taking Dental Assisting right down to the wire, and Dental Assisting emerging as New Year’s Cup Champions. The Cup Committee had a difficult time selecting just one MVP for the weeklong competition, so they decided to award two standout competitors with the honor and $500 scholarships.

Along with claiming one of two MVPs, the OTA program had an impressive performance in the bake sale competition. Propelled by the collective baking skills of students in all programs and boosted by the Herzing match, the bake sale raised $1,440.70 in total, which the OTA program elected to donate to the Greater Minneapolis Crisis Nursery.

Predicting the winner of the 2014 New Year’s Cup would be a difficult task considering the overall competitive strength and collective ability of each program. Will Dental Assisting be able to defend their title, or will the OTA program go the distance after coming so close in last year’s competition?

Given Dental Hygiene’s strong showing in the recent Ugly Sweater Contest, they may nab the pending New Year’s Cup points for the top four finishers and have a head start in this year’s Cup. Ugly Sweater New Year’s Cup points will be announced and awarded at the Snowman Building competition, which kicks off the 2014 New Year’s Cup.

Although mentioned last, the Nursing program is certainly not least when it comes to any competition. The Nursing program may have had a modest showing during last year’s Cup, but the sheer determination of nursing students should be enough to command respect as competitors to watch during this year’s New Year’s Cup.

The New Year’s Cup Schedule is as follows:        

Monday, January 6, 11:00am:  Frosty Snowman Competition (parking lot)

Tuesday, January 7, 8:30am:  The Amazing Pancake Race (student lounge)

Wednesday, January 8, 12:00pm: Baking for the Better (student lounge)

Thursday, January 9, 12:00pm: Herzing Hunt (student lounge)

Friday, January 10, 11:00am: Presentation Ceremony (student lounge)

Good Luck and may the best program win!

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