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Dudley, Massachusetts – main campus with two Mass. satellites: Worcester and Devens
Dr. Susan West Engelkemeyer
Within a supportive community, Nichols College transforms today’s students into tomorrow’s leaders through a dynamic, career-focused business and professional education.
Nichols ranked 9th in U.S. News and World Report 2014 Best Colleges in the north.
Nichols ranked 6th nationally among business schools for ROI (Return on Investment) by payscale.com
4 in 10 Nichols graduates become a president, CEO or business owner.
93% of Nichols 2013 graduates were employed or in a graduate program six months after graduation.
|Undergraduate (Evening) Degrees||
|Graduate Degrees and Certificates||
Nichols signature Professional Development Seminar (PDS) Program is a four-year program of one credit academic courses. Coursework logically builds on the prior year, with first-year students receiving help with the transition to college and exploring majors; second-year students exploring majors and internship opportunities; third-year students refining their job search skills including interviewing, writing resumes and developing portfolios; and fourth-year students launching successful careers.
Believing that leadership is vital and should be discovered, cultivated, and celebrated, Nichols College encourages the leadership potential in all of its students through experiential learning, hands-on opportunities, and individualized mentoring.
Internships provide an opportunity for students to explore a specific career, gain real-life work experience, and develop a network of contacts. Often, internship experiences lead to full-time employment upon graduation.
Study Abroad through: Regent’s University in London; Academic Programs International(API) (a business-focused program available in 17 countries); The Education Abroad Network (TEAN) (with sites in Asia, New Zealand, and Australia); European University (in Barcelona, Munich and Geneva); Semester at Sea; and the EC Language School in Boston.
|Fall 2013 Cost for Undergraduate Day Student: tuition/room/meals||
|2013-14 Tuition Per Credit Hour/ Undergraduate Evening||
|2013-14 Tuition Per Credit Hour/Graduate||
|First-year Full-Time Day Students, Fall 2013||
|Total Day Student Enrollment, Fall 2013||
|Student to Faculty Ratio, Fall 2013||
17 to 1
|% of Day Students Living on Campus, Fall 2013||
|Annual Financial Aid||
$34.2 million (Includes work study, institutional funds, alternative loans, parent).
|% of Full-time Students Receiving Financial Aid (excluding parent loans and private loans)||
WNRC 97.5 FM
|Number of Alumni||
Faculty 93 (part-time and full-time)
|For additional information about the undergraduate day program, please contact:||
Director of Admissions
508-213-2371 / firstname.lastname@example.org
|For additional information about evening undergraduate and graduate programs, please contact:||David Rice
Assistant Director of Recruiting
Graduate & Professional Studies
508-213-2264 / email@example.com