Category Archives: Woodbury Campus

We Care Award Allows High School Students to Connect, Bond at Wisdom Retreat

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Hundreds of East Ridge High School seniors packed the gym on the morning of Wednesday, April 16, 2014, to take part in a Youth Frontiers Wisdom Retreat – the largest group Youth Frontiers has ever hosted. Globe University and Minnesota … Continue reading

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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

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Gateway Corridor Campus Forum Opens Doors for Students

Andrew Gitzlaff, senior planner, and Lyssa Leitner, planner, with Washington County, traveled to the Globe University–Woodbury campus, located off of Interstate 94, a major interstate for Minnesota and Wisconsin commuters, to lead an open campus forum on the Gateway Corridor … Continue reading

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Globe University Helps Fulfill Blood Donor Shortage Due to East Coast Winter Storms

The need for blood is constant. Red Cross officials report that severe weather across much of the country is expected to create a blood shortage. Due to winter storm Hercules and deep snow and freeze across many parts of the … Continue reading

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Gateway Corridor Could Open Doors to Globe University

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“Transportation is the second highest expense per household,” says Lindsey Wollschlage, community liaison with the Gateway Corridor, a proposed public transportation project. During Globe University’s Lunch and Learn event at its corporate office in Woodbury on Friday, March 28, 2014, … Continue reading

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Dedicating a Decade to Helping Students

At Globe University, college admissions is more than filling out forms and writing checks. It is the first part of an exciting journey. The job of an admissions representative is to guide students and help them enjoy the experience to … Continue reading

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Andrew Davis, Marketing Mogul, Set to Speak at Globe University Campus

Globe University/Minnesota School of Business (GU/MSB) is thrilled to announce that Andrew Davis, a best-selling author, keynote speaker, and marketing mogul, is set to speak at the Globe University-Woodbury campus on Tuesday, April 1 from 10-11:30 a.m. on The Amazing … Continue reading

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Supplying the Demand for CMA Review Sessions

The Centers for Medicare/Medicaid Services (CMS) recently determined that any professional entering orders into an electronic health record needs to be credentialed, according to Marissa Lindala, medical assisting (MA) program chair at the Globe University-Woodbury campus. “We have learned that … Continue reading

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Students Build Quality Relationships with Local Senator at MCCA Hill Day

“The world is run by those who show up,” Tom Kosel, director of government relations at Globe University/Minnesota School of Business, reiterated. Not only did paralegal grads, Jennifer Dull and Amanda Rice, show up to the Minnesota Career Colleges Association … Continue reading

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Medical Assistant Students Take the Plunge for Special Olympics

Education brings many benefits to students, and medical assistant students got to add “bravery” to that list. On a recent Saturday, the temperature was 3 degrees, and the plan was to jump into White Bear Lake for what is commonly … Continue reading

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