1. New York Times Best-selling Author David Levithan to Speak Oct. 5 to Nichols College Students

    2 October 2015

    New York Times best-selling author David Levithan will speak to Nichols College first-year students Monday, Oct. 5, 2015, about his novel Every Day, which the students read over the summer as part of the College’s “Nichols Reads” program. Levithan is co-author (with John Green) of the best-selling novel Will Grayson, Will Grayson, and author of The Lover’s Dictionary, and Nick & Norah’s Infinite Playlist (in collaboration with Rachel Cohn), which was developed into a major motion picture.

  2. Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce Salutes Nichols College

    2 October 2015

    Nichols College has been an "educational anchor for central Massachusetts, and its graduates have greatly contributed to the regional economy for generations," according to Tim Murray, president and CEO of the Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce.

  3. Nichols College Launches $45 Million Comprehensive Bicentennial Campaign

    22 September 2015

    The campaign will fuel Nichols College’s strategic initiatives in three key areas: endowment growth; learning and living environment; and enhanced leadership education.

  4. Recent Grads Blast Off

    21 September 2015

    Nichols has long prided itself on the more than 90 percent of graduates who annually find jobs or enter graduate school in their chosen fields within six months of earning their degrees.  But a growing number of recent grads on numerous fronts have been rising to positions or accomplishing feats beyond their years—thanks, they say, to their initiative, passion, and imagination, as well as a Nichols education that made them ready to take on the work world.

  5. Nichols College to Host Sept. 18 Ribbon-cutting Ceremony for New Academic Building

    15 September 2015

    Nichols College will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony Friday, Sept. 18, to officially open the campus’s new “green” academic building. The occasion is part of a slate of activities scheduled for this Homecoming Weekend, which includes the College’s year-long bicentennial celebration wrap-up on Saturday.

  6. U.S. News & World Report Ranks Nichols as a Top Regional College

    9 September 2015

    DUDLEY, Mass.-Nichols College's ranking has risen four spots over last year in U.S. News & World Report's 2016 Best Colleges guide, which was released Sept. 9, 2015. Nichols is ranked at No. 36 among the regional colleges in the North that offer bachelor and master's degrees.

  7. Nichols Grad Becomes One of the First “Triple Bison,” Continues Career Odyssey

    28 August 2015

    Neuler Franco Jr. earned his Master of Science in Organizational Leadership degree at the end of 2014.  That feat established him as the first “triple Bison,” the recipient of three Nichols degrees—a BSBA, an MBA, and his newly minted MSOL offered through the school’s division of Graduate and Professional Studies (GPS).

  8. Nichols College Recognized as a Great Place to Work

    28 August 2015

    The Chronicle of Higher Education has identified Nichols as “A Great College to Work For” in its just-released 2015 survey of four- and two-year schools.  Nichols is among 86 colleges around the country cited by the prestigious weekly magazine.

  9. Students Emerging as Leaders

    16 July 2015

    Starting in the coming fall term, almost 50 sophomores will help launch Nichols’ new Emerging Leaders Program (ELP), designed to nurture an often overlooked skill in the average college curriculum. 

  10. Freshman Wins National Contest

    9 July 2015

    Tori Wolter, who has just completed her freshman year at Nichols, has been named one of four grand prizewinners and the recipient of a $500 scholarship award in a national public speaking contest sponsored by online learning company Cengage Learning.

  11. Learning From a Team

    7 July 2015

    by Jack McQuesten ’17

    One of the deciding factors for many students who attend Nichols College is the one-on-one feel of classes with their professors, but an emerging trend at the school is one-on-two. The addition of another professor in team-taught courses has added a new dimension to learning, and students and professors alike are taking to it enthusiastically.

  12. Student Interns Shine in Summer

    7 July 2015

    Nichols senior Paul Marckini’s work this summer for RH White Construction in Auburn, Massachusetts does not sound like a typical internship. 

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