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    • Game Development Open House

      Can gaming be translated into a career? YES! Join the Herzing University – Madison Campus for an open house dedicated to our Game Development degree program. If you love gaming and always thought it would be cool to work in the industry, this is your chance to learn from the experts what it is like and how to become a great developer.  The open house will feature an interactive game workshop,...

    • Ultimate Gamer Tournament!

      An event for  gamers of all ages and skill levels! We will be playing Unreal Tournament 3, Call of Duty 3: Black Ops, Mario Cart Wii, Super Mario Brothers, and more! Are you the Ultimate Gamer?? The event is free and will include free food, prizes for winners, and give-a-ways! There are limited spots available!! The more friends you bring the more prizes you are eligible to win! RSVP below,...

    • Madison December 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...

    • Summer Open House at Herzing University!

      When: Saturday, July 20 from 10:00am - noon. Where: Herzing University - Madison campus, 5218 E. Terrace Drive, Madison, WI 53718.Who: All high school students and recent high school graduates.What: Please join us for a morning of information gathering, question answering, tour giving, and fun! Light breakfast and refreshments will be provided. Why: So you can determine if Herzing University is...

    • Small Business Marketing Seminar

      When: June 1st 9:00-11:30AM What: Herzing and the Madison Latino Chamber of Commerce are hosting a free small business marketing seminar. This is geared toward small business and interpreters will be on hand for language. The location is 5218 E Terrace Dr, Madison, WI 53718. It is also co-sponsored by Women's Business Initiative of Madison.

    • High School Summer IT Course Information Session

      Are you currently attending high school or graduation in 2014? If so and you are interested in the field of information technology 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 programming, networking technologies, virtualizations, and databases and upon...

    • 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...

    • 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...