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Nicolet College To Convert To Online Learning For Remainder Of Semester

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All Nicolet College classes will be suspended through Sunday so the school can convert to online learning in response to the COVID-19 outbreak.

Classes will resume next Monday with an online learning model.

The college announced online learning will continue through the rest of the spring semester, which ends Apr. 24.

All Nicolet College events, both on campus and off, are cancelled through Apr. 24.

“Events with more than 50 anticipated in attendance are cancelled or postponed until at least May 11,” the college wrote on its website.

The school said it would remain open to the extent possible, but some office hours might be curtailed and some services may be limited.

Ben worked as the Special Topics Correspondent at WXPR from September 2019 until November 2021. He now contributes occasionally to WXPR. During his full-time employment, his main focus was reporting on environment and natural resources issues in northern Wisconsin and Michigan's Upper Peninsula as part of The Stream, a weekly series.
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