The most recent report from the American Association of Medical Assistants shows that Nicolet College graduates consistently outperform other graduates from across the country on the national certification exam.

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Qualifying students attending Nicolet College can now earn three credits for free thanks to a generous donation from the college’s insurer, District Mutual Insurance.

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During times of uncertainty, there’s one thing that becomes clearer: what we value.

This can differ from person to person, but usually it comes down to the people we love, good health, financial stability, and job security.

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Citing its commitment to diversity and inclusive learning and work environments, Nicolet College has been selected as a 2020 Promising Places to Work award winner by two national organizations that support diversity efforts by community colleges across the country.

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While much of our country has shut down due to COVID-19, essential workers and businesses have stepped up to support and provide the services we need to survive; they have continued their vital role in our society and have become the heroes of this pandemic.

Northwoods students interested in earning a bachelor’s degree can now complete the first half of that credential entirely online starting this fall.
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High school students interested in Information Technology careers are invited to attend the free Pre-College Technology Academy that can lead to the industry-recognized Google IT Support Professional Certificate.

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The outbreak of COVID-19 probably has you questioning many decisions and plans for the future, including if your college-bound child should attend a distant campus in the fall. This is not an easy decision and there are many factors to consider.