Latest from: Campuses

Jamie Buenzli

A Familiar Face: Globe Madison West Welcomes New Campus Director

Globe University-Madison West is thrilled to announce our new campus director, Jamie Buenzli. Jamie is no stranger to our campus as she previously was our Director of Admissions, and we couldn’t be happier to have her back. Jamie’s education and … Continue reading

Globe University-Green Bay Winter 2014 Honors List

Globe University-Green Bay released its academic honors lists for the 2014 Winter Quarter. Students with a GPA of 3.5 to 3.99 were recognized on the Honors List, while students with a GPA of 4.0 were named on the High Honors … Continue reading

Latest from: Programs

Globe University’s Woodbury Campus to Host Health Programs Open House

The health programs at the Globe University-Woodbury campus (see programs below) join forces to host an open house on campus on Friday, April 25, 2014 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. that will showcase each program through fun interactive activities … Continue reading

Photo of Student Ambassador Deb Feldbruegge and her thoughts about her experience with DECA competition

Accounting-Business Club Members Give Back to High School

DECA, or Distributive Education Clubs of America, is a not-for-profit association for business students. Its mission is to prepare emerging leaders and entrepreneurs for careers in marketing, finance, hospitality, and management in high schools and colleges around the globe. DECA … Continue reading

Latest from: Online


4 New Instructors You Need to Meet

With the start of each quarter, Globe University-Online likes to take a moment to introduce our new instructors to all of our students and staff. This quarter, the Online division was lucky enough to welcome four new instructors to the … Continue reading

212 Globe University-Online Students Earn Honors During Winter Quarter

Globe University-Online is proud to announce the 212 students who earned either honors or highest honors recognition during Winter 2014 quarter. Each of these students has dedicated countless hours and copious amounts of energy into performing at a high level in … Continue reading

Latest from: Applied Learning

Medical Assistant Students Become Teachers

In a swarming classroom filled with seventh graders from Sherman Middle School, you could not ignore the chatter. “Gross!” “Oh my God, check this out!” “That’s crazy!” “What? How can that be?!” These were some of the many reactions from … Continue reading

Globe’s Vet Tech Students Use Special Horses to Help Special People

The Globe University-Sioux Falls campus Equine class has developed a special relationship with HorsePower. HorsePower, formerly known as Handi-Riders, Inc., has served the Sioux Empire community for nearly 30 years. They believe in the connective power a horse can have … Continue reading