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  1. Nichols College Launches Integrated Marketing Communication Bachelor of Science Program

    25 July 2016

    Nichols College's Integrated Marketing Communication concentration is designed for students who are interested in generating creative marketing solutions and effectively communicating these solutions to key stakeholders. The program employs experiential learning approaches focused on three areas: the development and management of brand relationships; positioning and segment analysis; and evidence-based decision making.

  2. Nichols College Again Named a ‘Great College to Work For’ by Chronicle of Higher Education

    18 July 2016

    The Chronicle of Higher Education's annual “Great Colleges to Work For” is one of the largest and most respected workplace-recognition programs in the country. Employee feedback is the primary factor in deciding whether an institution receives recognition.

  3. Nichols Contributes Toward Renovation of Dudley Elementary School Playground

    11 July 2016

    Nichols Dean of Students PJ Boggio and Nichols Student Government Association President Brieanna Baron joined Nichols President Susan West Engelkemeyer in presenting the donation to Dudley Elementary School Principal Terri Caffelle and Dudley-Charlton Regional School District Superintendent Gregg Desto.

  4. Nichols College Helps Improve Access for Elderly, Handicapped to Dudley Municipal and Senior Center

    7 July 2016

  5. Nichols Earns National Recognition as ‘College of Distinction’

    30 June 2016

    The national guide to colleges highlights innovative learning opportunities at top schools.

  6. Nichols College Launches Communication Bachelor of Arts Program

    23 May 2016

    Available to undergraduate students starting this fall 2016 semester, the new major will prepare students for careers in broadcasting, journalism, social media, public relations, and advertising. 

  7. Nichols Holds 2016 Commencement

    23 May 2016

    In his address to the 456 students graduating from Nichols College May 8, 2016, keynote speaker and Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker predicted that the leadership skills that they have gained will help continue the Bay State’s leadership in innovation and economic development.

  8. Giving Back

    25 April 2016

    During the just completed spring vacation, almost a dozen Nichols students travelled to New Orleans as part of Alternative Spring Break to help restore houses still in need of repair after Hurricane Katrina a decade ago.  Their efforts added another chapter to the ongoing story of community service performed by Nichols students, including the participation this year by a number of them in a local Big Brothers Big Sisters program.

  9. Learning Leadership at Disney

    25 April 2016

    Thirty-three Nichols students travelled to Walt Disney World in Orlando this past spring break, but their visit—and what they came away with—was anything but Mickey Mouse.

  10. Already Employed

    25 April 2016

    Graduation Day traditionally represents the launching pad to finding a job.  Don’t tell that to Nichols seniors Frank Butler, Paige Laflamme, Sean Hoey, Brian Hancock, Amber Tariq, and a host of other new grads who have already found employment.

  11. The Coming Commencement

    25 April 2016

    <p>A high-profile leader, the end of an educational journey, and a fast track into their chosen careers await Nichols seniors at the school&rsquo;s <a href="http://www.nichols.edu/calendar/commencement-1030-am">annual commencement</a> exercises taking place on Sunday, May 8th at the DCU Center in Worcester, Massachusetts.</p>

  12. Nichols College Receives $1 Million Gift to Establish Endowed Professorship of Accounting/Finance, Support Students

    7 April 2016

    A portion of the gift—bestowed by a generous anonymous donor, who is a Nichols graduate—will be used for an endowed professorship. Additionally, a Finance and Accounting Enhancement Fund will be established. The fund will be used to directly support students and faculty with curricular and co-curricular resources to augment and enrich the programs.

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