It’s that time of year again when online shopping is on the rise. Although it’s convenient, quick, and easy to order your holiday gifts from your favorite Internet shops, it’s important to protect your banking or credit card information when making purchases.

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We know there are many barriers to earning your GED/HSED. But now, thanks to new educational services available through Nicolet College’s Academic Success program, you can prepare for the GED/HSED from home or virtually anywhere.

Here's how it works:

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Nicolet College has been awarded a $350,000 grant from Lumina Foundation to build clearer pathways to degrees and other credentials for adults, especially for people of color and Native learners.

We're so proud of the thirteen individuals who recently graduated from Nicolet College’s Law Enforcement Recruit Academy. The challenging 720-hour program included a mix of classroom and hands-on scenario training to give students the skills necessary to respond safely and effectively to a multit

Cyberbullying is the repeated use of information technology to deliberately harass, threaten, or intimidate others. Cyberbullying can take many forms, and a single incident may fit into several categories.

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The first step to securing your information is to password-protect your different accounts.

Follow these tips when selecting a password:

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setting a good password

Most households now run on wireless networks of devices linked to the Internet. This means that every device is connected to a wireless access point controlled by an Internal router. Devices that may connect to a router include:

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Wisconsin Department of Corrections Secretary Kevin Carr, second from left, congratulates Nicolet student James Wertman during a recent graduation ceremony at Nicolet College.

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McNaughton Inmates Graduate from Nicolet College Maintenance Mechanic program

The Nicolet College Board welcomed four new trustees and also swore in a returning board member at its recent annual organizational meeting.

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New Board of Trustees Members with President

Identity theft is when someone steals your personal information and uses it to commit fraud under your name. This serious crime can wreak havoc on your finances, credit history, and reputation. Follow these tips if you believe that you are the victim of identity theft:

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