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

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The Nicolet College Board of Trustees has announced that Kate Ferrel has accepted the position of president of the college. 

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Nicolet College has joined the 1,100 other community colleges across the country to celebrate April as National Community College Month, highlighting the vital role these institutions play in advancing personal growth and building stronger communities. 

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Northwoods Building

A delectable dish created by Nicolet College Culinary Arts student Maja Holcomb recently earned her top honors as her recipe was selected as the best in the national Veal – Discover Delicious Collegiate Veal Recipe Competition.

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Nicolet College has presented its highest student honor to Lisa Hunt and Andrea Olds, naming each as a Student Ambassador for the 2021-22 academic year. 

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Entrance of Red Oak Center

Summer is the perfect time to start or continue your education. Here are some reasons why:

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Anyone considering attending Nicolet College will have the month of April to explore the numerous opportunities and services available that lead to becoming a college graduate. 

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Nicolet College aerial view

There is money available to help you pay for college – you just have to apply. The Nicolet College Foundation is accepting scholarships online February 1 - March 1, 2021. Foundation scholarships help lower the cost of a college education, allowing you to focus more on education.

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