The Oneida County Health Department has been honored with the Wisconsin Technical College System’s Futuremaker Partner Award for its close working relationship with Nicolet College during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

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Photo of Oneida county health department staff receiving award from WTCS

Kate Ferrel shares a welcome message as she begins her new role as Nicolet College’s 7th President. She expresses her gratitude to serve as a leader for the college and defines her personal philosophy of higher education.

Nicolet College will advance its efforts delivering online instruction to students of color thanks to a $30,000 grant the college recently received from the Urban Institute’s Career and Technical Education CoLab. 

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Female student holding books on path going to class

For the second consecutive year, Nicolet College has been named a Promising Places to Work award winner by two national organizations that support diversity efforts by community colleges across the country. 

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Northwoods Building

Citing his ability to serve as a catalyst for innovation, remove barriers for students to higher education, and advance academic achievement, the Wisconsin Technical College System has awarded Nicolet President Richard Nelson with its prestigious 2021 Eag

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Entrance of Red Oak Center

Nicolet College is well on its way to hitting the $1 million mark in textbook savings for students by continuously expanding the program that eliminates costly textbooks and replaces them with educational materials students can get for free. 

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adult student studying in Lakeside Center

Scenic trails, lakes and rivers throughout the Northwoods will soon take center stage in Nicolet College’s Outdoor Adventure program as the series prepares to kick off its 25th anniversary season. 

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The goal of becoming a college graduate became a reality for 432 individuals as Nicolet College recently held a graduation ceremony for individuals completing this step of their education during the 2020-2021 academic year. 

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Sometimes, university-bound students are unsure if attending a community college will start their education on track toward a bachelor’s degree.