There’s still one week left till the big holiday! Maybe you have all of your gifts purchased, but if you’re still looking for that perfect something for the college student in your life, here are a few last minute ideas.
1. A Full Toolbox
For many traditional-age students, college is the first
Earning your high school equivalency produces a sense of pride and accomplishment. It also opens doors to new and exciting opportunities for personal and professional growth. But this road to success may seem confusing especially since you may receive offers and advice that could steer you in the
Since online technology is constantly evolving, the extent, nature, and risks of a cyberattack are impossible to predict. Therefore, it is important that you always take precautions when connecting to the internet, whether you are at home, at work or in a public place, such as a school or library.
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. Common threats when shopping online
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.
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. Lumina’s All Learning Counts initiative will support Nicolet to ensure that knowledge, skills, and
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 multitude
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. The following are the most common types of cyberbullying: