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Herzing University - Madison Alumni Erica Marty was awarded one of the top 40 Under 40 in Madison by InBusiness Magazine. Marty has been a Herzing University student in multiple programs. She graduated with an Associate Degree in CAD Drafting Design in 2003; Bachelor's of Technology Management in 2006, and finished her MBA in 2010. She currently oversees Eppstein Uhen Architects' building information modeling technology consulting group, and she’s now involved in all phases of project management. Her other projects include inspiring young women to begin a career in architectural and building design through her panel networking event, Women Building Wisconsin. You can read the InBusiness Magazine article and see a full list of winners here. Congratulations Erica!

Herzing University – Madison Career Development Specialist, Karen Smith, was awarded the prestigious business award from InBusiness Magazine: 40 Under 40. She was chosen for the award out of 120 applicants, showcasing her commitment to the business community in Madison.

Passionate about her involvement in the business community in order to support Madison area growth, Smith belongs to a variety of organizations, holding leadership positions in seven different groups including the Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce, Ad 2 Madison, American Advertising Federation, and Madison Metro Jaycees. “Receiving the 40 Under 40 award was great honor for all of my past involvement in the Madison business community,” Smith said. “I am excited to be recognized as an active young professional in the Madison community and look forward to continuing my involvement for years to come.”

Smith holds degrees in fine arts, psychology, and counseling from UW-Platteville and has been with Herzing University three years, connecting graduates to careers. Using her expertise and business connections, she has helped hundreds Herzing University graduates achieve their employment goals once their educational goals have been accomplished. Smith credits the support of Herzing University – Madison for her ability to be involved in so many organizations.

“In order to be so heavily involved in organizations, I needed support. Herzing University encouraged me to get involved in the community and supported me throughout my different roles in these groups,” Smith stated. The staff and faculty of Herzing University are proud to see Smith with this award.

Academic Programs

Herzing offers more than 40 programs in the following areas:

Licensure Pass Rates

For Graduates April 2013 Through March 2014 Except Where Noted

CAMPUS PROGRAM PASS RATE
AKRON Associate of Science in Nursing 
85.70%
ATLANTA Bachelor of Science In Nursing 
NO DATA
BIRMINGHAM Associate of Science in Nursing
71.40% 
BIRMINGHAM Diploma in Practical Nursing 
96.90%
BROOKFIELD Associate of Science in Therapeutic Massage 
100.00%
BROOKFIELD Diploma in Therapeutic Massage 
100.00%
BROOKFIELD (first-time pass rate, Jan 2013 to Mar 2014) Bachelor of Science In Nursing 
74.00%
KENOSHA Bachelor of Science In Nursing 
NO DATA
MADISON (First-time pass rate 2013) Associate of Science in Nursing
88.00%
MINNEAPOLIS Associate of Applied Science in Dental Hygiene 
81.50%
MINNEAPOLIS Associate of Applied Science in Occupational Therapy Assistant 
100.00%
MINNEAPOLIS Associate of Science in Dental Assisting 
100.00%
MINNEAPOLIS Diploma in Dental Assisting 
88.20%
MINNEAPOLIS Bachelor of Science In Nursing 
87.50%
ORLANDO (Based upon calendar year 2013) Associate of Science in Nursing
82.30%
ORLANDO (Based upon 3-year rate, 2011-2013) Associate of Science in Physical Therapist Assistant 
88.40%
ORLANDO (Based upon calendar year 2013) Associate of Science in Radiologic Technology 
85.30%
ORLANDO Bachelor of Science In Nursing 
NO DATA

Library Services

Library Resources and Services

A variety of library resources and services are available for students in both on-campus and online Herzing programs.

Resources

  • All students, at campuses and online, have access to dozens of extensive research databases which include thousands of journals, magazines, images, e-books, newspapers, transcripts, and multimedia. These electronic resources are available 24x7 via an Internet connection at home or on-campus.
  • Campus libraries have supplemental collections including books, periodicals, and multimedia, as well as facilities for study and research.

Services

  • A team of professional librarians work with students regarding reference questions and use of the electronic and print resources.
  • Librarians are available via toll-free phone, email, chat, and more.
  • Faculty members work with librarians to match library resources with the research resources needed for assignments and research projects.
  • Information literacy skills are integrated with the curriculum so students can develop their ability to work with resources effectively and efficiently.
  • Research collections, guides, tutorials, and other materials are available to students.

The librarians support development of independent learning skills by offering research information and assistance for both focused and general research.

Future Alumni

Make Lifelong Connections

With more than 40,000 graduates, Herzing University alumni are growing strong. Your Herzing education stays with you long after graduation, supporting your career progress and providing you access to a network of motivated professionals. That's why we're working hard to create a Herzing Alumni Association chapter at each of our campus locations.

Join today and stay connected to your fellow alumni and the Herzing experience.

  • Network with peers, current students, faculty, and fellow alumni.
  • Be a mentor or share your story with current students.
  • Serve on a curriculum advisory committee or on the Herzing University Online President's Council.
  • Support education in your community through events at your Alumni Association chapter.
  • Make a gift and help future students realize their dream of a college degree.
  • Subscribe to the Herzing Alumni Newsletter

For more information, please contact the Herzing Alumni Association or call Amy Chastek at 866-508-0748 x859.

Alumni Success Stories

Students come to Herzing for our career-focused programs, convenient scheduling, and caring faculty. Alumni stay connected for the very same reasons and more. Our alumni report increased job opportunities and income, as well as career advancement in cutting-edge fields.

Have a success story of your own to share? Tell us at alumni@herzing.edu

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 set. Various stations throughout campus offered mock-interviews, resume critiques, and online employment database registration assistance.

According to Ohio Department of Job and Family Services Management Analyst Supervisor, Tim Schneider, “The students were very impressive.” The students who were the most impressive earned the right to a golden ticket. The golden ticket allowed students to come back the following week and actually interview with several hiring employers on campus.

Nearly 20 students then returned to campus on Friday, December 9 and used their golden ticket to meet with employers from the health, business, and technology fields. “The interviews went really well and, even more so, were excellent preparation and training” according to medical billing and insurance coding student Melissa Buzza. Herzing Toledo Career Development Specialist, Amy Wexler, said several of the students have already been contacted for second interviews.

Toledo - Continuing Education - American Heart Association Heartsaver First Aid and Environmental Emergencies

Date:November 15, 2013
Course Number/Program Code: CE 0077/CEHFAEE141
Course Name: American Heart Association Heartsaver First Aid and Environmental Emergencies
Contact Hours:4.0
Days to Complete: 1 day
CEUs:Varies by agency
Campus Offering Course:Toledo
Prerequisite(s): None
Who Should Attend: Anyone with limited or no medical training
Course Type:Lecture, discussion, and hand-on

Course Description:

The American Heart Association’s Heartsaver First Aid course offers knowledge and skills for the basics of first aid and environmental emergencies. Participants will learn the skills need to perform first aid through the American Heart Association’s First Aid Student Handbook, video, and discussion. The skills learned and demonstrated in this course will earn participants an American Heart Association Heartsaver First Aid certification card.

Learning Objectives:

Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:

  1. Recognize and perform basic first aid.
  2.  Respond to medical emergencies.
  3. Respond to injury emergencies.
  4. Treat environmental emergencies.
  5. Relieve choking.

Required Texts or other supplemental materials:

Heartsaver First Aid Student Workbook [Paperback]; American Heart Association; Student Workbook edition (April 1, 2011); ISBN-10: 1616690186; ISBN-13: 978-1616690182

Grading:

Pass/Fail

Toledo - Continuing Education - American Heart Association Heartsaver CPR/AED

Date:November 15, 2013
Course Number/Program Code:CE 0078/CEHSCPR141
Course Name:American Heart Association Heartsaver CRP/AED
Contact Hours:4.0
Days to Complete:1 day
CEUs:Varies by agency
Campus Offering Course:Toledo
Prerequisite(s):None
Who Should Attend:Anyone with limited or no medical training
Course Type:Lecture, discussion, and hand-on

Course Description:

The American Heart Association’s Heartsaver CPR and AED (automatic external defibrillator) course offers knowledge and skills for saving lives. Participants will learn CPR and how to use an AED through a combination of the American Health Association’s student workbook as well as video and hands-on training. Upon completion of the course, participants will receive a Heartsaver CPR AED course completion card.

Learning Objectives:

Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:

  1. Initiate the “Chain of Survival.”
  2. Give CPR.
  3. Initiate early use of an AED.
  4. Provide appropriate rescue breaths.
  5. Relieve choking.

Required Texts or other supplemental materials:

Heartsaver CPR AED Student Workbook [Paperback]; American Heart Association; 1 edition (April 1, 2011); ISBN-10: 1616690585; ISBN-13: 978-1616690588

Grading:

Pass/Fail

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