1. Building for the Future

    5 January 2015

    It may be hard to envision a three-story structure largely covered in plastic sheeting becoming one of the most significant and dynamic structures on the Nichols College campus, but that’s just what students, staff, and faculty will discover this August as they begin the 2015-16 academic year.

  2. Nichols Continues to Expand While Freezing Tuition

    24 December 2014

    It’s a good time to be at Nichols.  As the College celebrates its bicentennial in 2015, students are benefiting from a tuition freeze, even as the school launches an extensive program in leadership skills and continues an ambitious expansion of the school’s facilities.  

  3. Covering the World of International Business

    24 December 2014

    During the break between academic terms and over summer vacation, you’re likely to find International Business Department Head Marcus Goncalves in China. Or Brazil. Or the Philippines. Or the United Arab Emirates, not to mention Canada, Argentina, and Germany.

  4. Nichols Blazes Trail in Student Leadership

    24 December 2014

    As they prepare for the second semester of their college careers, half of Nichols’ freshman class already has a leg up on how to succeed in business, or any other endeavor.  They have just completed the semester-long course Lead 101: Introduction to Leadership, which debuted in the college’s curriculum this fall.

  5. Nichols Hosts, Wins Competition for Sport Management Majors

    18 December 2014

    by Matthew San Clemente ’15

    On Friday, November 21st, Nichols hosted its first annual Sport Management Case Study Invitational.  In addition to three teams from Nichols—which accomplished a first and third place finish—sport management squads from Becker College, Mount Ida College and Springfield College also competed.  Becker finished in second place.

  6. Alumna Jen Caissie Joins Nichols Trustees

    18 December 2014

    Well-known attorney, Governor’s Council member, and Nichols alumna Jen Caissie ’00 has joined the Nichols College Board of Trustees. A Nichols MBA graduate, Caissie was elected by the 23-member board at its October meeting. She will begin her four-year term in January 2015.

  7. Guidance Counselors Visit Campus

    12 December 2014

    More than 80 high school guidance counselors from as far away as Florida and Maine visited campus on Friday, December 5, 2014 for an evening of information sessions, campus tours, and a night out at the Hanover Theatre to hear the Boston Pops.

  8. Sport Management Students Learn from the Pros

    10 December 2014

    By Guy DePlacido ’15

    Sport Management majors got a close-up look over the past month at successful business leaders in their chosen field, as officials from two major league sports teams visited Professor Alice Mullen’s Introduction to Sport Management class.

  9. Fashion Show Highlights Presentations by Hospitality Majors

    10 December 2014

    By Jordan D’Aurio ’16

    On November 18th, the Nichols College Fischer Institute for Policy & Culture and students in the College’s Hospitality Management program presented a fashion show dubbed "Love the Skin You're In.”  The event featured an array of clothing and delivered the message of a positive body image to the largely female audience in Daniels Auditorium.

  10. Nichols Ranks 7th in Return on Investment:

    10 December 2014

    Students earning a Nichols degree can expect a high rate of return on investment (ROI), according to ratings released by career information company

  11. Bison Mascot visits Woodstock Academy

    9 December 2014

    Four Woodstock Academy seniors were surprised with a visit from the Nichols College Bison mascot, Thunder, and a group from the College Admissions Office on Tuesday, December 2, 2014. The group came bearing acceptance letters for the four students.

  12. Nichols Students Give High Grades to Faculty

    8 December 2014

    For the second year in a row, Nichols first-year students have rated their interaction with faculty members significantly higher than their peers at other New England private colleges.  The results come from the 2014 National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) conducted by the University of Indiana School of Education in Bloomington.

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