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Ronda Ruth-Steffen
· October 5, 2017
Beautiful campus, but their department that accepts student payments needs to be looked into. They can't seem to keep track of student payments and when proof has been brought in showing the payment ...was made in full, they demand that the students pays the amount in full again until they can look into it. That is not right and it has happened to a couple of students, the mishandling of payments should be sending red flags to the administrators. See More
McKenna Murray
· December 14, 2017
I am a senior at Laona High school and I attended the CNA class at LHS! I really enjoyed the class and my instructor Amy was very helpful! I am now a CNA since July 22nd!! I really recommend the Nursing Program! See More
Jessica Lynn Lapachin
· October 13, 2017
Great job to all involved in Empty Bowls last night! The corn bisque was our favorite soup and we love our bowls!
David Kritz
· January 28, 2017
I am a 1996 graduate who did not do well in high school. I maintained ~2.0 GPA. Shortly after starting college I became more mature as a person and as a student and did very well because the staff too...k an interest in me and taught me how to study. My counselor knew that I wanted to go to the University of WI at Oshkosh and ensured that I was taking college transfer credits to set me up for future success. Later I received a Master's Degree and then a Doctorate in Business Administration. Eighteen months ago, I was selected to teach at the graduate level of academia in one of the Universities in Wash DC while also serving on active duty in the Air Force. Then called Nicolet Area Technical College, provided the foundation to which I built my professional life and my life would be very different without that experience. See More
Kayla Fitzgerald
· October 13, 2016
Not the greatest of technical schools. When I attended Nicolet, having issues with a few instructors accusing me of things I didn't do, a few girls target me and few others, of course we reported it. ...Nothing was taken care of, Lorinne Blemke I'm sorry but doesn't take things serious when it comes to an instructor being a bully to some students. It's sucks a college like Nicolet doesn't care about their students See More
Diana Kearney
· March 30, 2016
After confiding in Dean Eleanor problems only got worst. Have multiple audio/other documents however since I'm just a student, it doesn't matter. Dean Eleanor also finds telling a student she will put... duck-tape on her the students mouth, while in their personal space, to be okay even after student states she felt she was being attack. Which of course is all on AUDIO recording but like I stated I'm just a middle class student so it doesn't matter. See More
Michael Schettino
· January 12, 2017
I can't say enough good things about the Nicollet nursing program thank you to Lenore dean of health occupations for going above and beyond and always having her door open for students in need.
Lolly Pornasdoro Habito
March 26, 2013
This needs introspection:
Each person is a force existing in opposing pairs of positive and negative nature. Just like water, which can give life and also can take life, fire also can give life and can take life. Such is the nature of things in this world and such is the nature of each and every person.

The opposing pairs of positive and negative nature in each and every person are thoughts and emotions which are both angelic and demonic but they both exist in each and every person. They are very powerful but invisible. Due to this nature of each and every person, each one has the responsibility to weigh or balance one's thoughts and emotions through practice of virtues, to maintain spiritual and moral values, to acquire adequate knowledge of the nature of human beings, and to have mental, emotional and physical health. Linking various branches of science is one way to have clearer understanding of the human nature. Life style considerations is of utmost importance. Owning duties and responsibilities requires corresponding virtues, capacities and abilities to perform.
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Marshfield Siegler
· June 21, 2016
A phenomenal school! Good classes, good staff, future school!
My friend Nikki's employer!
Mary Pat Rogers Herman
· January 16, 2017
Beautiful scenic campus. Wonderful presentation on diversity.
Becky Breezer
· October 26, 2014
Loved going to school here, love working here even more!
Bev Brayton
· March 13, 2017
What a great annual spring program. Perfect facilities for a musical program.
Robert Dixon
· September 29, 2014
My teachers were outstanding!
High school students from Elcho, Rhinelander, Crandon and Wabeno learned about the world of culinary arts at the Culinary Open House today. Nicolet Culinary Arts instructors and students showed them the ins and outs of a variety of skills including bakery do's and don'ts, creating sauces, fruit carving. Here's what students had to say about today's event.
The cast is set for the Nicolet Players' Presentation of Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream." Performances run May 4-6, 10-13 @ 7:30 p.m. and 2 p.m. on Sundays. Tickets are $9 and available online: Check out what Director Jim Nuttall has to say about the cast!
Nicolet College hosted a blood drive with the Community Blood Center and a "Be the Match" event today in the Lakeside Center. Students and staff rolled up their sleeves to help people in need. According to the CBC, the blood drawn will stay in the area. Those who signed up to be a match, did a quick cheek swab and signed onto a national bone marrow registry. Take a listen to what people had to say about this joint event.

How would you like to build your own future by learning and practicing hands-on skills local employers want and need from future employees? Nicolet's Welding program allows you to learn while you earn. Learn at your own pace from highly-qualified instructors, earn credit for skills you already know, fit your education into your life with day or evening lab hours, and start when you're ready with multiple start dates. The next start date is coming up on April 2, with another spring start date in May 7. To learn more, click here:…/academic-progr…/welding.html

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Learn how to make your brain work at peak performance with a course entitled "Getting Your Brain On Your Side." The 7-week course starts on April 2 and will take place at Lakeland Union High School in Minocqua. Course cost: $60. Call 715.365.4544 or 800.544.3039 ext 4544 to register.

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