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    • Geoff Codlyn

      I had many jobs just to get by. Because of the downturn in the economy, I decided to pursue a career in nursing and - at Herzing - I am getting my degree in just 2 years. From a confidence perspective, you start to believe in yourself. Professors said they are here to make sure you succeed. That was big and that's what Herzing did for me.

    • Michael T. Taivalmaa

      Before finding my way to Herzing University, I wandered the University of Wisconsin system without a clear direction. Herzing University provided me with the necessary structure and education I needed to finish not only my associate degree, but also my bachelor's degree.Since graduating in 1997, I have achieved my master's degree with honors in Information Assurance from Norwich University. I can...

    • Adam Neils

      Before I attended Herzing University I was employed through Kraft Foods making cream cheese. I wanted to expedite my learning within infrastructure processes on both the electrical and business needs. The learning experience was straight forward with hands-on training in the technical realm. The small class sizes were very attractive while helping my learning pace increase and diversify. This...

    • Education Opens Previously Closed Doors

      It was time for a change.  I started researching schools. After a two hour conversation with Michael Paul at Herzing University, I decided to enroll. I started in August, 2011.  (I loved customizing my Smartphone so I went into IT). Two months later, a position became available in the Internal Support (IT) Department where I work. Even though the position required having a bachelor’s degree, I...

    • Jennifer Alvarado

      Two years prior to Herzing University I had finished my Associate degree in Photography at Madison Area Technical College and was working part time as a freelance photography while also working full time in retail. I wanted to focus on my photography and become more knowledgeable in marking, advertising and website design which then lead me to the decision of going back to school for Graphic...

    • Electronics Engineering Technology Degree -- Now Available!

      Prepare for a career in one of the hottest fields of today...and of tomorrow!Electronic devices and equipment are everywhere-in automated factories and warehouses, retail stores, hospitals and clinics, airports, sports arenas, theaters, alternative energy production, and smart homes, to name just a few places. We rely on electronics to control, measure, monitor, and manage countless processes....

    • Herzing Instructor Makes 2012 List of Aspiring Security Professionals

      Madison, Wisconsin -- His background is in police work and he teaches law enforcement, security and risk assessment at Herzing University – Madison. He is also the senior security manager at Covance Laboratories. Michael Ramstack, 39, has been named to this year’s “20 Under 40 List,” by Security Director News, an international news source for security professionals. Once per year, the publication...

    • Game Development Students Score More Nation Wins

      Once again, the students in the Game Development Program at Madison have been recognized.  The International Game Publication, Gamasutra.com, runs a series of design competitions based on various subjects related to professional game development.  This past challenge was to design a series of games for the recently released Nintendo Wii-U game system. Game Career Guide’s latest Game Design...

    • Nursing students lend hand in Touched Twice Clinic

      Herzing University students are known to be strong contributors in their communities, and the volunteering for the Touched Twice Clinic is just one more example of their desire to use their new skills for the benefit of others by performing health screening services such as blood sugar tests and blood pressure checks. Touched Twice Clinics are free clinics that are put on twice per year as part...

    • Herzing University – Madison Donates to River Food Pantry

      In January, the Herzing University – Madison student organization Phi Beta Lamba (PBL) – Future Business Leaders organized a clothing donation and volunteer drive for the River Food Pantry. The goal was to collect 150 lbs of clothes and gather a few volunteers for the pantry's cause. Bringing together students, staff, and faculty, the campus far exceeded this goal to donate over 417 lbs of food...