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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

Great opportunities for both men and women in healthcare's largest career field.

With more than 2.6 million jobs for registered nurses and 700,000 for LPNs, the nursing profession constitutes the largest healthcare occupation. The demand for more nurses is due to two major factors:

  • The aging population will result in more patients, and a larger number of nurses will be retiring from the workplace
  • New medical procedures will require greater nursing involvement

Nursing Degree Path

Nurses at all levels have a broad array of career opportunities available in virtually every type of healthcare facility including primary care offices, clinics, hospitals, special care units, nursing homes, health departments, occupational health programs, school health services, mental health centers, home health, hospices, assisted living centers, research labs and more.

There are three educational options at Herzing University for those looking to join this important profession. Entry-level nursing positions require at least a diploma or associate degree. Herzing's Diploma in Practical Nursing program prepares graduates to take the licensed practical nursing (LPN) exam upon graduation, whereas the Associate in Nursing degree program prepares graduates to get their registered nursing (RN) license. A Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree provides more career opportunities as well as the option to advance into graduate programs to pursue advanced practice, management, and nursing faculty positions; graduates of this 32-month bachelor's degree program are also prepared to take their RN exam.

If you want to get in on the cutting edge of patient care, this is the field for you.

A career in Nursing could be right for you if you want to:

  • Learn and work with new healthcare technologies
  • Help patients understand their health issues and treatments
  • Experience new challenges and opportunities
  • Expand your career potential in healthcare
  • Help people feel better and prevent illness
  • Understand the human body and its various systems
  • Teach or consult

NOTE: Not all programs are offered at all campuses. Select your campus location to see which programs are offered in your area.

Source: http://www.bls.gov/oes/current/oes291141.htm and http://www.bls.gov/oes/current/oes292061.htm.

Are you currently attending high school or graduation in 2014? If so and you are interested in the field of information technology then check out this information session! In the summer of 2014, Herzing University will hold a free class for current high schoolers and 2014 grads. Participants will learn the basics of programming, networking technologies, virtualizations, and databases and upon completion, earn 3 college credits. Applicants must attend the information session on Monday, May 12th at 6:00PM at the Herzing University campus at 5218 East  Terrace Dr, Madison, WI 53718 to apply. Please RSVP to Mollie Stolbov right away at mstolbov@herzing.edu to learn more about what to bring to the information session. 

Monday, May 12, 2014 - 18:00 to 20:00

Are you currently attending high school or graduation in 2014? If so and you are interested in the field of game development then check out this information session! In the summer of 2014, Herzing University will hold a free class for current high schoolers and 2014 grads. Participants will learn the basics of computer programming, marketing, and graphic design, and upon completion, earn 3 college credits. Applicants must attend the information session on Monday, May 19th at 6:00PM at the Herzing University campus at 5218 East  Terrace Dr, Madison, WI 53718 to apply. Please RSVP to Mollie Stolbov right away at mstolbov@herzing.edu to learn more about what to bring to the information session. 

Monday, May 19, 2014 - 18:00 to 20:00

Develop the skills and confidence to begin your nursing career in the Herzing University Licensed Practical Nursing program. Through classroom instruction and hands-on clinical experience, you'll emerge fully prepared take the National Council Licensing Examination for Practical Nurses exam (NCLEX-PN) and become a licensed practical nurse (LPN).

How long will the program take?

Students must complete 37 semester credit hours to complete the LPN program and earn the Diploma in Practical Nursing. This program typically takes 10 months to complete.

What will I learn?

Courses in the LPN program include Fundamentals of Nursing, Adult Health, Health and Illness Through the Lifespan and Psychology. You'll develop a foundation of nursing skills, an understanding of ethical and legal issues, and communication in a professional healthcare setting.

Download a complete program course sheet for Madison for more details.
Download a complete program course sheet for Birmingham for more details.
Download a complete program course sheet for Orlando for more details.

What can I do with an LPN?

You will be able to work in a wide variety of healthcare settings, including hospitals, doctor's offices and nursing homes. LPNs often work closely with patients, observing their condition and reporting those observations to a doctor or RN. Completing the LPN program also prepares you to move into the Herzing RN program.

What are the Admissions Requirements?

Admission decisions vary by campus and program, but here are some of the firm requirements:

  • Completion of high school or equivalency (Diploma, HSED or GED)
  • Cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher (students with 12 or more transferable collegiate credits will be assessed on their collegiate cumulative GPA. Candidates with GED or HSED will be assessed a 2.5 cumulative GPA)
  • Take the TEAS and meet the minimum requirements.
  • Completion of one semester of high school- or collegiate-level math, biology, and chemistry with a grade of "C" or better

How can I take The Next Step?

Classes begin at different times during the calendar year, so you can begin the program soon after acceptance. Apply onlinechat with an advisor  or call 1-800-596-0724 to talk more about the Herzing University LPN program.

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New Orleans - Continuing Education - Notary Preparation

Are you interested in becoming a notary Public?

Supplement your studies with our notary course.

Class Schedule

Classes are every Saturday from 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. for 10 weeks. The next class begins soon. Call your campus for upcoming dates.

download the Notary flyer now

Payment Details

The cost is $600 plus the cost of books.

Payment for class must be paid in full by first class.

Full refunds will only be made within 3 days from date of payment. If you do not attend your reserved class, your payment is forfeited.

Payment can be made online at secure.herzing.edu/students/pay-online.
Select Payment Type (Other) and type in Notary class.

Register online.

Contact Information

Classes will be held at
Herzing University
2500 Williams Blvd
Kenner, LA 70062

Contact: Kervin Doyle (kdoyle@nor.herzing.edu)
Business Telephone: 504.733.0074
Business Fax: 504.733.0020

Can gaming be translated into a career? YES! Join the Herzing University – Madison Campus for an open house dedicated to our Game Development degree program. If you love gaming and always thought it would be cool to work in the industry, this is your chance to learn from the experts what it is like and how to become a great developer. 

The open house will feature an interactive game workshop, game showcase, and an overview of what the game development program is like at Herzing University. Food will be served, and campus tours are available to all attendees.  Ask us about the many awards our game students have won!

Join us and see what Herzing University’s Game Development Program is all about!

When: Monday, November 3rd, 6:00PM

Where: Herzing University – Madison Campus| 5218 East Terrace Dr | Madison, WI 53718

RSVP/Questions: info@msn.herzing.edu, please provide your name, email, and how many people will be attending with you. 

See you there!!

Monday, November 3, 2014 - 18:00 to 20:00

Atlanta Campus Life

 

Campus Activities

The Atlanta Campus offers a wide variety of student organizations, activities, and events to further enrich the educational experience at Herzing.

Professional Groups

Herzing Atlanta's Student Government Association
Members of the Student Government Association hold a recruiting event.

Herzing Campus chapters of national, scholastic organizations include Herzing University Legal Association (HULA) and Herzing University Global Enterprisers (HUGE). Students are encouraged to become active leaders through the Herzing Student Government Association, Health Care Club, and International Association.


Herzing Atlanta student field trip
Student field trip to the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial

Field Trips and Excursions

Multiple off-campus field trips are scheduled on a regular basis. Herzing students have traveled to the Grand Canyon, Sapelo Island, Niagara Falls, Canada, Washington, D.C., and various museums and cultural events throughout the Metro Atlanta area.


Atlanta students volunteer
Atlanta students dedicated approximately 156-volunteer hours to the Atlanta Community Food Bank

Community Service

Students have the option of participating in community volunteer efforts, such as working with the Atlanta Community Food Bank, Salvation Army or Habitat for Humanity.

During 2009, Atlanta students dedicated approximately 156-volunteer hours to the Atlanta Community Food Bank – packing and sorting over 33,600 pounds of donated food products.


Herzing Basketball Association
Students, faculty and staff – in action, during an intramural game of the "Herzing Basketball Association."

Other Activities

Student debates, International Day, weekly Lunch and Learn discussions, intramural basketball and tutorial services are a few examples of the diversified campus environment at Herzing.

Fee Schedule

Fee Schedule for All US Herzing University Campuses

Fee Name Amount

Background Check Fee

$53.00

Books/Supplies (Includes Software Fees)

Varies

Book Shipping Fee

Varies

Clinic No Show Fee

$100.00

Clock Hour Retake Fee

$10.00/clock hour

Diploma Replacement Fee

$10.00/diploma

Fines – Library, Parking, etc.

Varies

Graduate Repeat Tuition Charge

$100.00/credit

International Student Orientation Fee

$600.00

NDS Fee

$200.00/course

No Show Fee (Clock Hour Only)

$25.00/course

NSF – Returned Check Fee

$25.00/check

Official Transcript Fee

$8.00/transcript

Schedule Change Fee

$25.00/change

Stop Payment Fee

$25.00/check

Student ID Replacement Fee

$5.00/ID

TEAS Test Fee

Varies

Test Out Fee

$100.00/course

Program Fee – Charged in Semester One of the Program

CCA+/CCIV/CCCNA/CMCSA/ASTS (Ground Campuses Only)

$500.00

Learner Resource Fee (Based on Date of Enrollment Agreement Signature – Effective 4/1/14)

All Programs

$385.00

Enrollment Fee – Required to be Paid Prior to the Commencement of Classes For Degree-Seeking Students

All Regular Programs at the Following Campuses:
Akron
Toledo

$25.00

All Regular Programs at the Following Campuses:
Atlanta
Birmingham
Brookfield
Kenosha
Madison
Minneapolis
New Orleans
Omaha
Online
Orlando

$50.00

AASDH, AASOTA, BSN, AASN/ASN – Akron and Madison only

Additional $75.00 (on top of original EF)

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