Term Checklist

The The Summer term begins May 6, 2024. Additional start dates for certain programs include June 3, June 10 (for 8-week University Transfer courses), and July 1.  Make sure to follow the steps in the checklist below to start your term with success in mind.

  1. IMPORTANT: Your Nicolet student e-mail is the college’s primary form of communication with you.  Regularly check your student e-mail for important information. If you do not know your username or password, reset your password or contact the Help Desk at 715.365.4478. 

  2. Opt-in to texting to receive important messages and updates from Nicolet College. Go to MyNicolet and click on Self Service Information for instructions on how to verify and add a mobile number if needed. Complete the text opt-in form after you have updated your information or text OPTIN to 715.365.4493.

  3. Complete your 2023-2024 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon as possible. To check the status of your financial aid, go to Financial Aid Net Partner. For questions, contact the Financial Aid Office at (715) 365-4423 or financial_aid@nicoletcollege.edu.

  4. Visit the Nicolet College Bookstore website to view and purchase any textbooks/materials. Order now to be ready for your first day of course(s) and to account for shipping time.  

  5. Tuition is due on the first day of classes. Check your class schedule for your specific start date. Payment plan options for tuition are available through MyNicolet. Contact the Business Office at (715) 365-4458 or business_office@nicoletcollege.edu with any questions.

  6. Brightspace is Nicolet College’s course content delivery platform. Access Brightspace from MyNicolet. You are encouraged to review the Student Resources course, a self-paced online training course. Courses will be available 2 days prior to the start date. For support, access Technical Support on the Brightspace homepage or call the Help Desk at (715) 365-4478. 

  7. Schedule an appointment to get your student ID through MyNicolet or stop by the Welcome Center in the Red Oak building (2nd floor). You can also submit an ID photo through CloudCard. Check your email for an invitation from CloudCard. Once printed, the Welcome Center can mail your id to the mailing address we have on file for you.

Other important things to know: 

If you do not have a laptop, desktop, or internet access: 

  • You may be eligible for funding for technology and other forms of financial assistance. Check the technology box on the emergency resources application. In addition to helping with technology, this one application can also help you access the various forms of financial assistance for students at Nicolet College.
  • The Nicolet Bookstore also has laptops, webcams, and headphones available for loan. Fill out this request form or contact the bookstore at bookstore@nicoletcollege.edu or 715-365-4443. 

  • Private study rooms are available Monday through Friday from 8 am – 4 pm during any academic term. It is required to have a reservation to use these study rooms. Students can make a reservation through MyNicolet or by contacting the Welcome Center at 715-365-4493 ext. 0. Reservations are available in 2 hour time periods and students are limited to one reservation per day.

Some services may look differently than outlined in your student experience guide. If you have any questions, contact the Welcome Center at 715-365-4493 ext. 0 or email inquire@nicoletcollege.edu