1. Nichols Athletes Help Hurricane Harvey Relief Effort

    28 September 2017

    The Nichols College Student Athlete Advisory Committee, along with staff from the College's Office of Student Involvement and Office of Admissions, recently donated three boxes of clothing to the University of Houston to help with the Hurricane Harvey relief efforts.

  2. Nichols College Announces Three New Trustees

    27 September 2017

    The new members are James C. Brown ’87, co-president of Boston Private Banking Group; Gail E. Carberry, Ed.D., retired president of Quinsigamond Community College; and Stefany C. Mendez ’13 MBA ’16, procurement category lead at Harvard Pilgrim Health Care.

  3. Retired NYPD Bomb Squad Commanding Officer to Deliver 9-11 Remarks at Nichols College

    28 August 2017

    “The Evolution of Terrorism—A New York City Exclusive,” will be presented by retired New York Police Department (NYPD) Commanding Officer Gerald B. Sheehan, a guiding force in both the 1993 and 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center in New York City.

  4. Nichols College Donates Funding for Dudley Fire Department’s Safety Training Equipment

    25 August 2017

    Each year, Dudley fire officials visit the Nichols College campus to teach fire safety to students and staff. Training covers cooking safety, general fire safety, and how to properly use fire extinguishers. Donated by Nichols, the new BullEx Intelligent Training System Trainer’s Package will enhance the department's fire safety program and give trainees a better comfort level and understanding of extinguishers with hands-on training.

  5. Nichols College Awarded for Extraordinary Business Programs

    23 August 2017

    Nichols College Awarded for Extraordinary Business Programs

  6. Nichols College Earns National Recognition as College of Distinction

    14 August 2017

    Colleges of Distinction, a national guide for colleges, highlights innovative learning opportunities at top schools.

  7. Princeton Review Names Nichols a ‘Best in the Northeast’ College

    10 August 2017

    The Princeton Review describes Nichols as offering undergraduates both a “close-knit community” and a “commitment to practical knowledge that will set students up for future success. It’s also an institution that prioritizes the needs of its students, helping with everything from financial assistance to networking opportunities."

  8. Nichols College Receives Gift to Establish Scholarship for Local Undergraduate Students

    9 August 2017

    The Johnson scholarship is one of 28 new endowed scholarships created during Nichols College’s Bicentennial Campaign. 

  9. Nichols College Earns National Recognition for Its Adult Undergrad Degree Program

    8 August 2017

    The national guide Abound: Finish College highlights the excellent (and flexible) learning opportunities Nichols College offers busy degree-seeking adults.

  10. Nichols College to Offer Courses in MetroWest Mass.

    5 July 2017

    Adding classes in Marlborough, Mass.—in the heart of the bustling MetroWest region and located near Interstates 495 and 290 and the Massachusetts Turnpike—provides busy adults greater choice and flexibility in accessing Nichols College’s courses.

  11. New Nichols College Counterterrorism Master’s Degree Focuses on Strategies to Combat Terrorism, Violent Extremism

    13 June 2017

    Nichols College has launched a leadership-focused graduate program in counterterrorism studies developed for those pursuing careers in the fields of intelligence, public policy, and security. It is the first graduate program in the United States to exclusively focus on violent extremism. Through an innovative, in-class and online experience students will learn from counterterrorism experts the factors contributing to the radicalization process of violent extremism, and explore strategies to counter both terrorism and violent extremism. Nichols faculty saw a need to create this program for students once the federal Department of Homeland Security stressed the importance of countering violent extremism as a top priority for the United States. 

  12. Nichols College Professor Selected to Participate in National Seminar on the ‘20th Century Presidency’

    24 May 2017

    Nichols College Assistant Professor of History Erika Cornelius Smith, Ph.D., is one of a select group of faculty members from across the United States chosen by the Washington, D.C.-based Council of Independent Colleges and the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History to participate in a special American history seminar on “The 20th Century Presidency.” The multidisciplinary seminar for faculty members in history, political science, and related fields will explore characteristics of 20th century presidential leadership, including several individual presidents and their presidencies.

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