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    • Nursing Information Session

      If you are interested in the Herzing University Associate Degree in Nursing, please attend an upcoming information session. You'll learn everything you need to know about the program, start dates, and admissions requirements. Please choose the best date and sign up below.  Upcoming Session Dates Event date...

    • High School Summer Game Development Course Information Session

      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...

    • Madison November Nursing Information Sessions - LPN and RN

      You must attend one of our upcoming Nursing Information Sessions to become a candidate for our upcoming LPN or RN Nursing class. This Nursing Information Session will begin with the requirements for admission into the program, some historical data about the students who were accepted into the last Nursing class, as well as what your next steps would be. The entire Orientation session will last...

    • Open House

      When: Saturday, July 20th 10AM Where: Herzing University What: Madison Open House - come to the Madison campus for a tour and presentation. This is a great chance to get to know the Herzing and find out if the options might be a good fit for you. To get more information, please email Jeremy at jlund@herzing.edu.

    • High School Open House

      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 filling out the form below....

    • Steve Kramer

      My journey started back in 2000. I was working at Cub Foods as a dairy/frozen assistant manager. My roommate was going to Herzing University and introduced me to the world of technology. It was time for a change. I graduated in 2003 with an associate degree. I finished my bachelor’s degree in 2011. I work as a network engineer at a company in Madison, Wisconsin. I have been there six years....

    • Christina Stanek

      Prior to attending Herzing University, I was a full-time single parent and the primary caregiver for my children, who all have special medical and behavioral conditions. My life was devoted to them, and I came to the realization that I had very few goals for my own future and success. Although I love caring for my children, I didn’t know how to define myself as anything but a mother.I had a...

    • David Nelson

      I started Herzing when it was Wisconsin School of Electronics. I was at the top of my pay grade in a dead-end counter man job. After my Associate Degree I spent 10+ years in the job market. I found myself unemployed and searched for a job (any career). I started with MBE and was under qualified for my position. Herzing offered a degree to get me up to speed, so I took advantage. The experience...

    • Stephen Fichter

      I’m enrolled in the Computer Networking and Security program at Herzing University. I’ve always been pretty computer savvy, but I wanted to expand my knowledge of networking. I hope to eventually be a networking administrator for a small- to medium-sized business.The online classes are a godsend because they allow me to go to school full time and work full time. With Herzing, I didn’t have to go...

    • Elizabeth Wurtz

      Mercy Health System has been hiring Herzing graduates for approximately three to four years. The graduates come out well prepared.We like to hire people that have a lot of compassion, people that have a lot of…just a good knowledge base of basic nursing skills as well as the compassion for what they’re doing.Elizabeth Wurtz Mercy Health SystemJanesville, Wisconsin