Wisconsin-Based Herzing University Opens New Campus in Kenosha
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Former Aurora Building Renovated for Herzing's State-of-the-Art Classrooms MILWAUKEE and KENOSHA, Wis., Sept. 1 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Today, Herzing University announced the opening of its newest campus, Herzing University-Kenosha with diploma, associate degree, bachelor's degree and online MBA programs in the fields of technology, business, health care, design and public safety. The Herzing University-Kenosha campus is located at 4006 Washington Road near Bradford High School in the former Aurora building. The property is being renovated to accommodate the university's state-of-the-art classrooms and high-tech computer and medical labs. Those enrolling at the Kenosha campus will begin online coursework in September and on-premises courses in November 2009. Depending upon the program of study, students may have the choice to take all of their classes online or to combine online and on-ground offerings. Herzing University President, Renee Herzing commented, "Since my father, Henry Herzing, opened the first campus in Wisconsin in 1965, the Herzing system has expanded into eight different states and Canada. With our administrative offices and online campus headquartered in Milwaukee, it's especially exhilarating to open our newest Herzing University campus right here, in Kenosha, Wisconsin." "The focus of Herzing University is to help each student meet their main objective of career enhancement - by preparing that student for a new career or helping them to advance in their current one. Now, Herzing University brings that same focus to Kenosha," added Ms. Herzing. Herzing University-Kenosha offers block scheduling with courses in morning, afternoon or evening blocks, so students experience efficient learning environments with reduced downtime between classes. The career-focused curriculum, convenient class scheduling and career employment services enable Herzing's students to graduate sooner than most and find gainful employment, thereafter. Online courses are also available for those who need maximum scheduling flexibility. Herzing University was recently voted the 2009 "Best School for Online Education" by readers of Corporate Report Wisconsin magazine. About the Herzing Educational System The Herzing Educational System consists of Herzing University in the U.S. and Herzing College Canada. Founded in Milwaukee, Wis. in 1965, today Herzing University is comprised of multiple campuses offering career-focused education through the university's 10 campuses in eight states and Herzing University Online. In addition, Herzing has four campuses in three provinces as Herzing College Canada. The campuses provide education to approximately 7,000 students per year. With a strong emphasis on employment, Herzing University offers diploma, associate degree and bachelor's degree programs in the fields of technology, business, health care, design and public safety. Besides many undergraduate programs, four online MBA degrees are available at Herzing University Online. Many courses are offered either fully online or in a blended online/on-ground format. A commitment of "Career-Focused, Convenient and Caring" education has produced results, with on average more than 90% of Herzing University's available graduates securing work in their fields of study over the past years. Herzing University is regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and a member of the North Central Association (www.ncahlc.org: 800-621-7440). SOURCE Herzing University Michelle Love-Johnson of the Herzing Educational System, +1-262-391-7868, firstname.lastname@example.org , Media Kit: http://www.herzingmediakit.com
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