Campus Profile: Viterbo University

Viterbo University (VU) is a private Catholic university in La Crosse, Wisconsin. Around 1,390 undergraduate students are enrolled at the university.

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Viterbo University (VU) is a private Catholic university in La Crosse, Wisconsin. Around 1,390 undergraduate students are enrolled at the university.

 

Official Political Student Organizations

 

    

 

Conservative Organizations:

    (None)

 

Liberal Organizations:

    Breaking Barriers Diversity Club

    Viterbo University Pride Club

 

Cost of Tuition:

The cost of tuition at VU for the 2022-2023 academic year is $30,400, and was $29,230 for the 2021-2022 academic year. VU increased the cost of tuition from 2021 to 2022 by 4%.

 

Student Fees:

VU students pay around $750 in student fees per year.

 

SAT/ACT Score Requirements:

VU is NOT requiring SAT/ACT scores for students seeking undergraduate admission.

 

Foundation for Individual Rights and Expression Rating:

There is currently no FIRE rating for VU.

 

Bias Reporting System

VU does operate a bias response system on campus.

 

COVID-19:

VU is NOT requiring a COVID-19 vaccine mandate for students and employees.

 

 

Stories by Campus Reform about Viterbo University:

Nun backs pro-abortion club at Catholic university, claims to restrict pro-life students

An administrator at Viterbo University (VU), a Catholic institution in La Crosse, Wisconsin, bragged about restricting a pro-life club’s ability to operate on campus, according to The Daily Wire.

University, 'Waking Up White Collaborative' host 'White Privilege Symposium'

Viterbo University is partnering with Waking up White Collaborative to host a “White Privilege Symposium” later this semester.