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    • Holly Montgomery Pina

      I chose Herzing because of the convenient location and the ability to attend classes on the campus or online. I chose surgical technology because I thought it was a solid stepping stone to get myself in to the healthcare field. Holly Montgomery PinaSurgical Tech Student

    • Sarah Pifer

      It was a life-changing decision to start my career education at Herzing University, and by far the best decision I have made in my life. Before I started attending Herzing University I was working at an average job with limited potential to grow successfully. Once I started my Business Administration degree, the doors of opportunity have been vast. After finishing my associate degree at Herzing...

    • David Marrufo

      My name is David Marrufo and I am the Recruiting and Training Manager for the Tireman Auto Centers in northwest Ohio. We recently held a sales staff training at Herzing University -- Toledo and found the accommodations suited our needs well. I had the opportunity to meet campus president Greg Guzmán and his staff in March when he reached out to the local business leaders in the community. I...

    • Caleb Diaz

      An Interview with Caleb Diaz Caleb Diaz, 27, is a first-generation college student studying Insurance Billing and Coding. Previously, he was delivering newspapers and working as a barista at Biggby Coffee. He’s scheduled to graduate with an associate degree in December 2014, but Caleb has long-term plans to return to school and complete a bachelor’s degree, most likely in Healthcare Management....

    • Just the Ticket: Herzing Students Wow Potential Employers at Job Fair

      On Friday, December 2, 2011, over 40 students took part in a campus job fair training event called 911 Emergency Job Fair. According to the event organizer Business Program Chair, Angela River, “The urgency of the event was to promote student awareness of necessary interviewing skills now.”Students who attended met with over a dozen employment service experts to critique their interviewing skill...

    • Herzing University – Toledo to offer weekend GED classes

      TOLEDO, OH (Aug. 30, 2013) Two local schools have joined forces to help make finishing a GED more accessible. Herzing University – Toledo will begin offering weekend GED classes in partnership with the Penta Career Center Adult Education Dept. GED classes will begin the weekend of September 14 –15 at the Herzing University – Toledo campus, 5212 Hill Ave. (Hill and Reynolds intersection). Saturday...

    • New evening option for Medical Assisting program

      To better meet the needs of busy students, Herzing University ‒ Toledo is expanding its Medical Assisting program to include an evening option!Starting January 6, 2014, an evening version of Medical Assisting will be available in a set class schedule that runs 5 to 10 p.m. This will be in addition to the regular daytime program. Please note this option will take an extra 4 months to complete,...

    • The Doctor is in: Herzing Students Rally with Actor Bill Cosby

      March 18, 2011 – More than 700 people attended a gala fundraising event with guest and legendary comedian/actor Dr. Bill Cosby, at an event sponsored by the Toledo Urban League and Herzing University – Toledo, at Parkway Place in Maumee, Ohio. Herzing University students directed traffic, worked set-up and break-down, and contributed to security operations for Dr. Cosby at a rally held the next...

    • Military-Friendly Herzing University Welcomes Recruiters for Training Session

      Toledo, Ohio – May 25, 2011 - They arrived on campus dressed in the familiar green military camouflage and black berets, more than 30 United States Army recruiters from the greater Toledo metropolitan area on Friday, May 20, 2011. The men and women attended a day-long training on the importance of promoting higher education among the ranks.Herzing University offers veterans and active members of...

    • Herzing Professor Interviewed by WNWO News

      Criminal justice professor and program chair, Dr. William Wolfe, was interviewed by WNWO News regarding the training required for faculty, students, and police when a shooter is actively attempting to harm people on campus. In a local news story prompted by a video released by "Houston Ready," that depicts training for protection strategies, Dr. Wolfe was selected to weigh in as the local...