Earn a High-Quality Education At A Low Cost
Nicolet College offers you the best opportunities to succeed without the high cost of education. You’ll benefit from personalized financial assistance, low tuition, and more than 200 scholarship opportunities. Plus, with the Nicolet Promise, you may qualify to attend college tuition free. At Nicolet College, we’ll make education affordable and your career profitable.
Emergency Student Financial Assistance
We understand that this may be a stressful time with rapidly changing conditions. We would like to remind you that emergency resources are available to help you with unexpected financial hardship and can include assistance for gas, automotive repairs, utility bills, childcare, food, and medical expenses. Please complete the Emergency Financial Assistance Application and reach out to your success coach for more information. A printable version is also available in MyNicolet in the Document Center.
This application is for all the various forms of financial assistance for students at Nicolet College, which include:
- Student Success, Student Support, and Emergency Assistance Program, which are 100% provided by grants from the federal Carl D. Perkins Act and the Wisconsin Technical College System
- Nicolet College Foundation through the generosity of its donors
- Gift cards provided by Student Activity Fees and private donors
What else is important to know?
If you are requesting assistance with a bill, please submit a copy with your application.
Funding is not guaranteed. To access some funding sources, students must have a complete and current FAFSA on file with Nicolet.
Students should expect to hear back on Emergency Financial Assistance applications and their next steps within 72 hours. Timelines depend upon the request and if any additional documentation is required.
Nicolet students can ask the Welcome Center for a Northwoods Transit punch card. Visit https://www.northwoodstransit.org/ for Northwoods Transit routes and on demand services.
Nicolet College is able to assist students in meeting their educational expenses through grants, scholarships, loans, employment, or a combination of these.
Get more information about tuition costs, due dates, and payment plans.
Open Educational Resources (OER) are FREE resources for students with permissions that copyrighted materials do not have. These include the right to retain, redistribute, remix, revise, and reuse. Materials range from textbooks, to videos, to game simulations.
How does this help you? It saves you money on textbooks and other course materials, provides first day access to course materials, broadens the resources available to you, and allows you to retain those materials well after your course is over.