1. Campus Mourns Loss of Professor Emeritus John Katori

    27 December 2010

  2. Nichols College Again Ranks Among Top Colleges in 2010 National Survey

    22 December 2010

    The November 4th release of the results of The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching’s “2010 National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE)” determined again that Nichols College ranks among top colleges.

  3. Three Nichols Students to Attend “Inside Washington”

    15 December 2010

    Many college students opt for some fun-in-the-sun over winter break; but instead, three savvy Nichols students will be traveling to Washington, D.C., to learn more about what goes on behind the scenes in our nation’s capital: senior Keith Alan Bogan (of Bellingham, MA); senior David Jay Janjua (of Southbridge, MA); and sophomore Stefany Mendez (of Worcester, MA).
  4. Moscow Internship Befits Nichols International Business Student

    11 December 2010

  5. 14 Seniors Named to Who\'s Who

    9 December 2010

  6. Homeless Tell Nichols Students: “We are the same as you.”

    8 December 2010

  7. Dinner with Accounting Alumni Enhances Professional Development

    3 December 2010

  8. Nichols Alumnus Says: “I’m Lovin’ It!”

    2 December 2010

    “My first and only job has been with McDonald’s” began David Balducci, a 32-year-old, 2010 recipient of the Worcester Business Journal’s Forty under 40 Award as he addressed junior and senior Entrepreneurial Management students at his alma mater, Nichols College.
  9. New Campus Center to Open August 2012

    29 November 2010

    Nichols College is embarking on a new, $7 million building project that is sure to change the face of its campus: a new Campus Center will be built on the footprint where Alumni Hall now stands on Center Road. Construction starting in April 2011 will take approximately 16 months to complete.
  10. Nichols Announces a 2009-2010 Economic Impact on Surrounding Region of $108M

    18 November 2010

    Nichols College President Gerald Fels states that for 2009-2010, the College’s positive economic impact on its surrounding communities topped $108 million, a three percent increase over the previous year based on factors which include budget, capital improvements and student spending and fees.
  11. Made with Pride in Dudley, Mass.

    1 November 2010

    “Has the transformation of this facility been written up as a case study?” queried Dr. Libba Moore, associate dean of business at Nichols College, on Oct. 14th.Moore’s question was directed to Production Manager Peter Lynch and Human Resource Manager Shannon Spitz during an overview of Gentex Optic, Inc.’s operations just prior to a tour of the manufacturing floor.Gentex’s Dudley location serves as the primary source for polycarbonate lenses sold by