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    Registration Information

    Please contact the Welcome Center at 715-365-4493 for specific program registration information.

    Online registration is now available to everyone through the MyNicolet student system.  Current students may sign in to their account to register. To create an account, click on the "Getting Started at Nicolet" link and follow the instructions.

    All course information listed here is subject to change. Please consult the Welcome Center for the most current information on all courses at 715-365-4493.

    Fall Registration

    Current Students: Begins March 15

    New Students: Begins April 15

    Spring Registration

    Current Students: Begins October 15

    New Students: Begins November 15

    Summer Registration

    Begins February 15

    Alternate Delivery – Current Local Types and Definitions

    Courses available via alternate delivery are identified in the semester class schedules. The course outcomes and content are equivalent to those of traditional classroom courses. Delivery methods include:

    Accelerated Learning(ACCELERATE) - Accelerated learning incorporates hands-on experiences with positive reinforcement of the natural learning abilities of every individual.These courses are geared toward working adults who apply knowledge acquired in the course to their work setting. As a result, class time is reduced.

    Blended (BLENDED) -These courses are a combination of face-to-face and online instruction. In a blended course, the majority of the instruction is conducted in the classroom, and less than 50% of the course instruction is in a virtual classroom over the internet. As a result, the amount of classroom seat-time is reduced.

    Blended/Computer Conferencing (BLENDCONF) -Instruction is a blend of online instruction, and computer conferencing (via web conferencing software) during the regularly scheduled class time. The majority of the instruction is conducted during the regularly scheduled class time, and less than 50% of the course instruction is in a virtual classroom over the internet.

    Blended/ITV (BLENDITV) -These courses are a blend of face-to-face and online instruction. The face-to-face instruction is conducted through live video and audio links (see ITV) to connect students at remote sites with instructors. A majority of the instruction is conducted via ITV, and less than 50% of the course instruction is in a virtual classroom over the internet. As a result, the amount of classroom seat-time is reduced.

    Clinical (CLINICAL) -Instruction is conducted in a healthcare facility, clinic, hospital, private healthcare office, or other similar setting under the direct supervision of a qualified instructor. Clinicals are typically completed with a group of students supervised by the clinical instructor.

    Computer Conferencing (COMPCONF) -Instruction is delivered through the internet via web conferencing software during the regularly scheduled class time. Students will need regular access to high speed internet and a webcam for these courses.

    Field (FIELD) -Students complete the learning experiences of the course in an off-campus setting or at a local employer (for internship experiences). The instructor may directly supervise the course learning experiences, or may periodically supervise and evaluate the learning experiences.

    Flex Class (FLEXCLASS) -A blend of face-to-face instruction and flexible lab. Courses are offered in a traditional classroom setting with an instructor present. Students complete lab activities in the skills lab on a flexible schedule during any of the published open lab hours. Instructors are available in the skills lab during published hours to assist students.

    Flex Online (FLEXONLINE) -Students complete coursework in a virtual classroom over the internet. Students may complete course activities online, or in the classroom during any of the published hours. Instructors are available in the classroom during published hours to assist students.

    Hybrid (HYBRID) -Hybrid courses are a blend of face-to-face and online instruction. In a hybrid course, at least 50% of the course instruction is in a virtual classroom over the internet. As a result, the amount of classroom seat-time is reduced.

    Hybrid/Computer Conferencing (HYBRDCONF) -Instruction is a blend of online instruction, and computer conferencing (via web conferencing software) during the regularly scheduled class time. At least 50% of the course instruction is in a virtual classroom over the internet, and as a result, the amount of scheduled class time is reduced.

    Hybrid/ITV (HYBRIDITV) - These courses are a blend of face-to-face and online instruction. The face-to-face instruction is conducted through live video and audio links (see ITV) to connect students at remote sites with instructors. At least 50% of the course instruction is online. As a result, the amount of ITV classroom seat-time is reduced.

    Individually Arranged (IA) -Individually arranged courses allow students to complete the majority of coursework using independent study. Students are expected to meet with the instructor on a regular basis.

    Interactive Television (ITV) - Interactive television courses connect students in different locations with instructors through live video and audio links. Students can see and hear each other, and the instructor, at all sites. Instructors often incorporate an online component for distribution of course materials, for testing, etc. Interactive television classes are often videotaped as approved by the instructor. Students will be informed when videotaping takes place. Technical problems at a receive-site which interfere with transmission, and weather or receive-site conflicts are examples that might warrant videotaping.

    Online (ONLINE) -Students complete 100% of the coursework in a virtual classroom over the internet. Students interact with the instructor and other students, complete assignments, and take exams via Nicolet’s online learning system. Online students have the support of a classroom community, just not in a traditional classroom.

    Competency-Based Education (CBE)

    Competency-Based Education is part of Nicolet MyWay. Courses are a blend of online instruction and flexible lab time. Students complete lab activities and/or performance assessments on a flexible schedule during any of the published open lab hours. Instructors are available to assist students online, as well as in the skills lab during published hours.

    Students who do not have Internet access may use computers at Nicolet's campuses.

    Please Note: Many Nicolet credit courses are web-enhanced which means that some class activities may be web-based. Students have access to the Internet through the Nicolet library and campus computer labs.

    Locations

    Rhinelander Campus Buildings

    WC - White Pine Center
    BC - Birchwoods Center
    LC - Lakeside Center
    NC - Northwoods Center
    TC - Tamarack Center
    RC - Red Oak Center

    Other Nicolet District Course Locations

    LKLD - Outreach - Lakeland (in Minocqua)
    FCP - Forest County Potowatomi
    LDF - Lac du Flambeau Gd. School

    Days of the Week

    M - Monday
    T - Tuesday
    W - Wednesday
    R - Thursday
    F - Friday
    S - Saturday
    U - Sunday

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