Sunday, June 02, 2013

Viterbo University (La Crosse, Wisconsin)

Viterbo University is a Catholic Church-affiliated institution of roughly 3,000 students. According to Viterbo's Wikipedia page, the school has been around for over 100 years in different forms. At first, it  was not college level, then became a junior college, a four-year college, and finally a Master's granting institution. The training of teachers has always been a major emphasis at Viterbo. In addition, Viterbo has a cooperative arrangement with the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, which allows for cross-enrollment possibilities.

One of our Texas Tech graduate students, Violeta Kadieva, received her undergraduate degree at Viterbo. She recently was back visiting in Wisconsin and kindly took the following photos for this website.

 The first photo appears to be of the Marian Hall student residence.

The second photo appears to be of the Murphy Center, as corroborated by another photo (in snowier times), available online.

The third shot might also be of the Murphy Center, based on the red brick exterior and placement of the windows.