If the COVID-19 pandemic caused you to become unemployed, you may be eligible to earn up to 3 college credits for free. That's equal to one class at no cost!

How do you finish college on time and with less debt? Start early! Whether you’re graduating from high school early or looking to add another course or two to your schedule, taking college credits in high school will provide benefits that pay-off for years to come.

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Please join us today as we honor the 2020 graduates of Nicolet College. Our ceremony this year is virtual, but our celebration is 100% real. 

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.

While the Nicolet campus is physically quiet due to COVID-19 Safer at Home guidance, the college is humming along in the virtual world as students enroll in classes online for upcoming offerings for Summer and Fall Terms.
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