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    • Lisa White

      Lisa White graduated from Herzing University in January 2013 with an associate’s degree in nursing. But there is much more to her story than that. White recalls standing in Herzing’s lobby in 2009 with her quadruplet boys--then just eight years old--and a squirming two-year-old waiting to talk to a Nursing Advisor. She truly wondered if she would be able to pursue her dream of becoming a...

    • Larry Whetsell

      I’m a student here at Akron Institute and I’m in the nursing program. I spent the year 2005 in Baghdad, Iraq as a combat medic. I chose to go to Akron Institute because as an older student who just got out of the military I didn’t have much of a future. Most places around here wouldn’t take my military experience, and I needed some place to get a job as fast as I could. So I came to Akron...

    • Herzing Nursing Students Receive Scholarship Awards for Community Service

      Herzing University – Madison is pleased to announce the recipients of the “Dare to Care” scholarship for our nursing students. This scholarship is based on past volunteer efforts and the commitment to continue volunteering throughout the semester. The purpose of this scholarship is to promote community caring through volunteerism. These students have truly shown their caring!Nursing students,...

    • Brookfield Nursing students featured in Kenosha News article for positive impact

      Several nursing students from the Brookfield and Kenosha campuses have made a lasting impact on the health and wellness of Westosha Senior Community Center members. From blood pressure screening to weight loss education, these future nurses are already improving the health of those around them. Read full story published in Kenosha News  

    • New Nursing Program Offered

      Herzing University in Orlando is pleased to announce that students who wish to try nursing without getting a full associate or bachelor's degree can take advantage of our new Practical Nursing program. Students can earn a Practical Nursing Diploma in 12 months and get prepared to take the National Council Licensing Exam for Practical Nurses (NCLEX-PM). To learn more, call Admissions at 407-478-...

    • Show your support! ForeverFamily 5k on 9/27

      Herzing University’s Atlanta campus has teamed up with ForeverFamily to raise funds and awareness for those children with incarcerated mothers and fathers by sponsoring the ForeverFamily 5K on Saturday, September 27th in Piedmont Park.  ForeverFamily is dedicated to helping these children become successful adults, strengthen their families, and share the experience with communities worldwide. As...

    • New VET2LPN/RN Helps Veterans Get Their Nursing Degrees

      Use your military training to become a nurse! Herzing University – Madison and the Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs (WDVA) is pleased to announce an accelerated VET2LPN/RN program. Often, in LESS THAN ONE YEAR, students become eligible to take the Registered Nurse (RN) exam! The Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) exam can generally be taken after just one four month! You can take advantage of...

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    • Nursing students featured in Kenosha News article for positive impact

      Several nursing students from the Brookfield and Kenosha campuses have made a lasting impact on the health and wellness of Westosha Senior Community Center members. From blood pressure screening to weight loss education, these future nurses are already improving the health of those around them. Read full story published in Kenosha News  

    • Program to Train Nurses Begins at Herzing University – Orlando

      Those interested in training to become a registered nurse can pursue a 3-year BSN degree at a school known for individualized attention and career-focused curriculum. Herzing University’s Orlando campus is offering a new bachelor of science in nursing degree for 2012.“With our aging population, the field of nursing will just continue to expand,” said Heather Antonacci, president. “With the number...