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Nicolet Anticipates Increasing Numbers
Nicolet College is expecting a higher enrollment this fall. President Libby Burmaster says that’s been the trend for the past few years.
“Because having a college credential and the higher level of job skills that come along with higher education is one of the best ways to get ahead. Especially right now as area employers in a wide variety of fields are looking for the skills and the knowledge that they’re going to need in the workplace.”
Burmaster says registration is open for the fall semester that begins August 26th. She says Nicolet students range in age and background.
“Our target audience is everything from students who are just completing high school, to individuals at any point in their life who want to go back and get new skills and the opportunity afforded through greater education.”
Nicolet programs offer more 70 associate degrees and other certificates. Students can also complete the first two years of a bachelor’s degree at Nicolet.
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