Receive academic support through our Academic Success and Tutoring programs. They're here to help you prepare for college, assist with course material, and teach tips and skills for success in and out of the classroom.
Start With Academic Success
The Academic Success Program offers you a broad range of classes and services to support your academic journey and help turn your educational goals into a reality. Academic Success is available for virtual assistance. Call (715) 365-4455 or email email@example.com for an appointment.
Academic Success services are provided at no cost to the student and include college prep, support while in occupational programs and general education courses, GED/HSED prep, computer basics, time and financial management, career exploration, basic skills and literacy, note and test-taking techniques, and more.
Receive free online assistance with your classwork from professional tutors. You may work online with Nicolet tutors during lab hours.
Writing tutors can also help you with your writing assignment through email firstname.lastname@example.org. Attach a Word document and your information for assistance.
NetTutor online tutoring is also available in Brightspace through your MyNicolet account. NetTutor is a third-party tutoring service that provides 24/7 help for many subjects.
To access NetTutor:
- Login to MyNicolet:
- Click on Brightspace Login
- Click on Nicolet Tools drop down list
- Click NetTutor
- Select from subject groups to find tutor.
- Drop off questions or check hours for live tutor availability
Click here for visual instructions to access NetTutor
Drop in at a free tutoring lab to receive face-to-face help from professional tutors in math and writing:
Lakeside 301 (in library)
Tuesday & Thursday 12 - 4 pm
Lakeside 303 (in library)
Monday & Wednesday: 10 am - 2 pm
Live support available remotely through BlueJeans teleconferencing during the days/times listed above.
Contact Tutoring Services
Lakeside Center - 2nd Floor - Student Information Desk
Find Learning Resources at the Library
Richard J. Brown Library
Lakeside Center – Third Floor
The Library is your source for materials that support all academic areas of coursework and promote lifelong learning. Learn about library services, find library hours, and access the full library catalog, research databases, and online resources on the Library's website.
Admissions-related assessments are given to measure current academic skills to determine appropriate entry level courses. Learn more about the Assessment Center here.
Credit for Prior Learning
Earn credit toward your degree for knowledge, skills, and abilities you have gained from past experience. Credit for prior learning may be granted for high school coursework, apprenticeship, credit by exam, work experience, military education and experience, and/or business and industry training. Contact your Success Coach for more information or learn more here.
Course Additions & Withdrawls
If you’re officially registered for a course, non-attendance does not constitute an official withdrawal from your course. You must fill out a withdrawal form to withdraw. The specific withdrawal deadlines are listed on your class schedule, syllabi, or can be obtained by contacting your instructor or success coach/advisor. If you receive financial aid, you should contact the Financial Aid Office before requesting to officially withdraw from courses to determine any potential financial impacts. More information can be found here.
Check your final grades in courses through your MyNicolet portal. You need at least a 2.0 GPA to remain in good academic standing. Earn a 3.5 or higher to make the Dean’s List.
Your transcript includes information about your education including courses taken, credits completed, grades, and degrees or certificates awarded. Click here to learn how to request an official transcript online. The Welcome Center can assist you with enrollment verification, “good student” discount verification for auto insurance, or other types of verifications.