2020 was a challenging year, and often times, challenges are what encourage us to grow and take the first step toward something new. With the end of the year just around the corner, 2021 will be the perfect time for a fresh start.

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Nicolet College is now accepting applications for its popular Nicolet Promise program, which so far has paved the way for 57 students to attend college tuition-free. 
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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!

We all experience stress, anxiety, sadness, and fear. You may be feeling these emotions now more than ever. No matter the source - COVID-19 concerns, college exams, balancing schoolwork and personal life - we are here for you.

We're excited to share with you the first episode of the Be Well podcast, a partnership between Nicolet College and Transitions Counseling. Each month, we will explore another topic that will help you learn more about mental health and to connect you with resources.

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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Anyone considering attending Nicolet College is invited to explore the numerous opportunities available to start or advance in their careers during the virtual College Visit event that will run from October 23 to November 23.
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It might sound impossible, but you really can earn a college degree with little to no debt.

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In response to financial hardships students are facing due to COVID-19, Nicolet College is expanding its Three for Free program where qualifying students can get three college credits for free.
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