1. Nichols Historian Unveils New Book

    23 December 2013

    Standing before a 1931 map of Nichols projected on the screen behind him, and addressing more than 200 guests in a packed Daniels Auditorium on December 16th, History Professor Emeritus James Lawson Conrad, Jr. formally introduced a history of Nichols College five years in the making and a product of his 45 years at the school as a teacher and administrator.
  2. Nichols chairman makes $1 million commitment

    13 December 2013

    Nichols has received a commitment of $1 million from John H. McClutchy, Jr. ’72, chairman of the Nichols Board of Trustees, and his wife, Janet.
  3. Nichols Alumni Talk Real World

    13 December 2013

    “You have to make sure you dot your i’s and cross your t’s,” counseled Danielle Flavin ’10 to the more than 100 Nichols seniors gathered at midday in Davis Hall earlier this fall.
  4. Recent Grad Chosen by Teach for America

    5 December 2013

    Darcy Russell, ’13 has recently been selected for the 2014 Teach for America Corps.
  5. Nichols Offers New Entrepreneurship Certificate

    29 October 2013

    The new Nichols Certificate in Entrepreneurship is opening that world wider to all Nichols students.
  6. Nichols Holds Line on Tuition Costs

    28 October 2013

    Nichols College has announced that tuition for undergraduate day students will remain the same for the 2014-15 academic year as in the current school year.
  7. Institute for Women’s Leadership Launches

    16 October 2013

    Nichols has announced the creation of The Institute for Women’s Leadership (IWL). Its stated mission includes developing the leadership potential of the college’s female students and serving as a community resource on issues impacting women in business and society.
  8. New Grant Fuels Leadership Training

    2 October 2013

    A three-year grant from the Davis Educational Foundation based in Yarmouth, Maine is helping to fund a Nichols initiative to develop student leadership skills in a range of part-time jobs around campus.
  9. Faculty Comes Out First in Student Survey

    27 September 2013

    Student approval of the faculty topped the results in a just released Nichols survey of student satisfaction with academic and non-academic life at the college.
  10. Nichols Scores Big in U.S. News Rankings

    11 September 2013

    Nichols College ranks ninth among regional colleges in the northern United States in the category of “Best Value Colleges,” according to the 2014 survey of Best Colleges just released by U.S. News and World Report.

  11. Dudley Little League Presents Plaque to Nichols

    11 September 2013

    Major League Baseball won’t be making its annual awards for another month or two, but the Dudley Little League bestowed a plaque on Nichols earlier this month as thanks for the school’s continuing financial support.
  12. Nichols College Hosts Dudley Appreciation Dinner

    26 August 2013

    On August 13, more than 170 community leaders, staff and their guests gathered at Nichols College for its 36th annual Dudley Appreciation Dinner.
  13. Findings of Nichols Scientist Published by NASA

    14 August 2013

    The work of Mauri Pelto, a Nichols Environmental Sciences professor and expert on glaciers, was featured last month on the Landsat Web site of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
  14. New Survey Says Nichols Degree Offers High Return

    14 August 2013

    Students can expect a remarkably high rate of return on their Nichols education, says

  15. Nichols Hosts Admissions Leaders

    14 August 2013

    Nichols College hosted the annual Leadership Development Institute (LDI) for the New England Association for College Admission Counseling (NEACAC) from August 5-7, 2013.
  16. Nichols Helps Pay for Dudley Police Car

    30 July 2013

    The Dudley Police Department has purchased an additional police cruiser, thanks in part to a $7,500 contribution from Nichols.
  17. New Executive Director Takes Reins at GPS

    9 July 2013

    With the aim of expanding the programs offered in the Nichols Graduate and Professional Studies program, Kerry Calnan became executive director of GPS on July 1st.
  18. Nichols Hosts Famous Drum and Bugle Corps

    1 July 2013

    Anyone who’s ever longed to see a marching band parade on Vendetti Field, got their wish on the evening of June 6th when the Boston Crusaders serenaded almost 200 Dudley residents in a free concert.
  19. Alumni Fund Business Cards for All Juniors

    1 July 2013

    As they head through the summer, Nichols juniors are handing out their personal business cards, thanks to a unique initiative created three years ago by two Nichols alumni.
  20. Nichols First-year Students Selected for Scholarship

    20 June 2013

    First year students Alexandra Morrow and Jake Zapatka experienced the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity when they were presented with a $5,000 Hood® Sportsmanship® Scholarship at Gillette Stadium in May.
  21. 353 Nichols Students Make Dean’s List

    17 June 2013

    The Nichols Office of the Registrar has named 353 students who made the Dean’s List for the spring semester.

  22. Four Freshmen Triumph in Worldwide Business Game

    31 May 2013

    Using everything from astute marketing and merchandising skills to good decision-making, four Nichols students taking the College’s freshman seminar in Business and Society rose as high as fourth place—and outdistanced—10,000 rivals in an international, online business competition.
  23. Class of 2013 Celebrates Nichols Commencement

    13 May 2013

    With high fives, hugs, and repeated cheers for each other, the students in the Nichols Class of ’13 celebrated at the College’s commencement ceremony on Saturday morning, May 11th.
  24. Bison Tennis Program Continues to Dominate

    13 May 2013

    Going to the NCAA Division III post-season tennis tournament is getting to be a habit for the Nichols men’s and women’s tennis teams.
  25. International Business Students Connect With Chinese Peers

    30 April 2013

    Students at Nichols and in China meet via videoconference.
  26. Ceremonies Welcome New Locations for ARC, WNRC

    22 April 2013

    March and April marked the dedication of new homes for two longstanding Nichols institutions.
  27. Students Spend Spring Break Rebuilding New Orleans

    11 April 2013

    For the second year in a row, a group of Nichols students journeyed to New Orleans during their spring break—the week of March 17th—to spend 12-hour days doing demolition, putting up drywall, and installing hardwood floors.
  28. Alumnus Endows Scholarship for Dyslexic Students

    5 April 2013

    Nichols alumnus James D. Wagner ’59 has established an endowed scholarship fund bearing his name and dedicated specifically for Nichols students with dyslexia.
  29. Women in Business Conference Brings 150 to Campus

    1 April 2013

    A full house at Davis Hall networks, attends seminars, and hears from a woman mayor.
  30. “Kuppy” Sponsors 14th Annual Faculty Dinner

    20 March 2013

    Trustee hosts festive gathering, while prominent alumnus shares business advice.
  31. Annual Career Fair Draws a Crowd

    18 March 2013

    More than 300 Nichols students seeking internships and jobs meet with 70 potential employers.
  32. Connecticut Governor to Speak at Nichols Graduation

    7 March 2013

    Governor Dannel Malloy, the first term governor of Connecticut, will be the featured speaker at Nichols College’s annual commencement on Saturday, May 11th.
  33. Students Combine Serious Study and Serious Work

    15 February 2013

    It’s become commonplace for students at many colleges to hold down part-time jobs, either on campus or in the larger community.
  34. Harvard Expert Maps Post-Election Future

    15 February 2013

    Before almost a full house in Davis Hall, Alex Keyssar—a professor of Social Studies and Social Policy at Harvard University’ Kennedy School of Government—gave students and faculty a vivid picture of the post-presidential election landscape, along with predictions of what likely will and will not change.
  35. Nichols Junior Turns Animator

    5 February 2013

    Junior Melanie Gajewski, has had an animated existence at Nichols, not just because she has a lively interest in so many fields, but because she is becoming an accomplished videographer and animator.
  36. 386 Students Achieve Dean’s List

    5 February 2013

    The Nichols College Office of the Registrar has announced that 386 students made the Dean’s List for the fall semester of 2012.

  37. New Book Chronicles Nichols College History

    30 January 2013

    Professor Emeritus of History James Conrad, Jr. may be the most qualified person to tell the story of Nichols College.
  38. Teacher Prep Prof Ventures to Lebanon

    22 January 2013

    Nichols Professor Joanne Newcombe spent part of the just-completed holiday break in Beirut, Lebanon, not on vacation but on a mission to better prepare teachers in that country.
  39. Eight Nichols Seniors Make National Who’s Who List

    15 January 2013

    Eight Nichols seniors have been recognized by the publication Who’s Who Among American Colleges and Universities, which identifies students who have distinguished themselves on both the academic and extracurricular fronts.
  40. Nichols Class of 2012 - 91 Percent Employed Six Months after Graduation

    7 January 2013

  41. 2012 Grads Score Big in Job Market

    2 January 2013

    Once again, the most recent Nichols graduates have proved big winners in their job searches.