The Smartest Start To Your Four-Year Degree
Prepare for a successful career with the general knowledge and skills of an associate's degree. Program courses equal those found in the first two years of four-year colleges and universities, fulfill many bachelor’s degree general education requirements, and can apply to a specific major’s degree requirements. Transfer individual courses or an entire degree. By completing an Associate of Arts or an Associate of Science degree, you'll have the benefit of a degree-to-degree transfer where universities grant junior status and waive general degree requirements, regardless of specific liberal arts courses taken at Nicolet.
University Transfer Makes Sense
“I started my college education at a private university, but after my first year the cost was just too much. I returned home to attend Nicolet College as a transfer student, and I can honestly say the experience was even better than I expected."
Top Reasons to Learn Local
The outbreak of COVID-19 probably has you questioning many decisions and plans for the future, including if your college-bound child should attend a distant campus in the fall. This is not an easy decision and there are many factors to consider.
There is no rush to decide, but you should know your child has local options to continue their education.
Learn More to Earn More
Earning an associate’s degree is your first step toward earning a bachelor’s degree. Continue to build credits to earn an advanced degree. With every degree step, your annual earnings climb higher.
Connect with University-Level Instructors
Our instructors are just like those teaching at four-year colleges, except they get to know you. With small class sizes, you'll learn and connect with faculty who are passionate about teaching and are experts in their fields. All university transfer faculty hold a master's degree or doctorate. View UTLA Faculty >
Visit Virtually with University Representatives
Northern Michigan University
Wednesday, September 14
Lakeside Center 1st Floor
Transfer to UW-Madison to earn a Big Ten degree at a fraction of the cost
University Transfer definitely makes sense when you can pocket the savings. Save nearly $10,500 in tuition by completing your first two years at Nicolet compared to starting at UW-Madison. That’s enough to fund your third year at UW-Madison.*
*Based on one year tuition (30 credits) academic year 2015-16.
Get Started with an Admissions Rep
Explore career possibilities and prepare for entering college.
Call or text the Welcome Center at 715-365-4493 to schedule an appointment or send an email below.