You didn't miss out! Start classes on February 1 or March 1.
Even though January is half over, you still have time to enroll for Spring Term. Nicolet MyWay programs offer two upcoming starts on February 1 and March 1. The New Year is a great time to start your education. Check out the reasons why:
Additional Financial Assistance – We know one of the greatest concerns about going to college is the cost, and that’s what makes Nicolet such a great choice. We have many funding programs that, if eligible, can provide tuition at no cost, a free 3-credit class, scholarships, or emergency financial assistance. Plus, our tuition is 2-3 times lower than other colleges and universities in Wisconsin. We’re always available to provide guidance when applying for financial aid and we offer payment plans to make paying for college manageable.
More Flexibility - With social distancing and other COVID precautions, requirements to physically attend classes on campus have changed. While some programs have labs and in-person sessions, most of our classes are now virtual. Nicolet MyWay classes are are offered online and can be completed at a personalized-pace. This means you can learn when and where it’s best for you.
Quality Online Education – Unlike other colleges, online education is not new to us. Our experience goes back more than a dozen years as one of the first in the state to deliver college classes in a virtual environment. That means we know how to deliver virtual classes with the quality you deserve.
Part-time Options - Going to college does not mean you have to enroll full-time. 87% of our students during the 2019-2020 school year attended part-time. This isn’t a surprise to us since many of our students have families and jobs that also require their attention. Taking less credits means a better life balance and also reduces the cost per semester.
Downtime During Quarantine - Let’s face it, winter in Wisconsin can become very long, and with limited options for public gatherings, events, and activities, you may find extra time this season. Taking a class or two during this downtime can grow your skillset or put you on the path toward a new career.