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    • 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...

    • Rick Smith

      Even as a kid, Rick Smith, now 49, always worked. Whether it was a paper route or cooking at Crandall’s, a restaurant in his hometown of Madison, Wisconsin, Smith preferred a paycheck to the kind of extracurricular activities that normally attract college bound high school students. So it was not surprising that after a year of general studies at Madison Area Technical College, he was ready for...

    • Ya-Quin Childs

      I’m enrolled in the BS in Technology Management program with a minor in computer networking and security technology. I chose Technology Management to meet my personal goal of attaining a bachelor degree and also enhancing my current career.What I like most about my experience at Herzing University so far is that the program has both online and on campus classes. This enables me to keep my...

    • Magda Hoffman

      ORBITEC has been hiring Herzing graduates for gosh, forever, and mainly in the electrical area; however, because the graduates are so talented, we’ve expanded that into our IT area, too. We like to hire people that have a lot of hands-on experience, someone who can take a theory out of a book, read it, and understand it, but also can implement it. These candidates are very experienced and just...

    • IT Graduate, Josh Colvin

      Choosing to attend Herzing University is one of the best decisions I have made in my life. I was working a dead-end job, worrying about getting shot and killed every day as I delivered large sums of money to area financial institutions. I finally decided that I wanted something better for myself; I deserved something better from my life. With the blessing and support of my girlfriend, I chose to...

    • 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...

    • Game Development Student Wins International Game Design Challenge

      Gamasutra, the game development industry’s informant, conducts themed design challenges. This month, Josh Douglas, a Herzing Madison Game Development Student, was recognized as having one of the top 5 submissions to the competition. It is an honor to be selected, as the competition is open for all levels of entries, from game enthusiast to development professional. There are hundreds of entries,...